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THE SUNDAY OREGONIAy, POBTLA2TD, FEBEUART 18, 1900.
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SHMX.T METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
3NMTTUAKD. Feb 17 -B P. M. Maximum
I pwiMin. M. minimum temp&raturc. 26;
rtw reading at U A. M.. S. feet; change in
tfc teat SK hears. 0 1 foot, total precipitation,
DF.X.It8P. JC w 11 1BOB. WW precipiiauoQ
ft. 1. I8W. X4.t mates; mnnai pre
fma Sent. 1. lSw. 39.24 inches; defl-
m cm ti-hnn: total sunshine Feb. 16.
13M; eeslhte sunshine Feb. IB. !..
Mat bM fallen In Western Washington and
Oregea, and the temperature has risen, gener
al er Washington, Northern Oregon, Idaho
It has fallen in Southern Ore
Oallfornia. and Utah The pre3-
fkibM is the Paciflc Northwest, most
hmt Mhn Over Western British Cb-
thnun b aentral a moderate low pres
sure, -whteh will probably move rapidly east
Mi brsngtag the rain to Eastern Washlngtun
as Mate The rise la temperature has been 6
to M dog. ta Eastern Washington, and 10 to 18
dag. ta Montana. West of the Cascades In Ore
mm. the temperature has rises bat slowly. In
Xartfcwest Washington the- rise has been de
nied. West eC the Cascades the temperature
raw gen from. to 46 deg.
2sreeaeie made at Portland for the 28 hours
earning at mMnient Sunday. Feb. 18:
Wont am Oregon Occasional rain; warmer;
wfcwh atxatheeet to south.
Eastern Oregon Probably snow; warmer;
Woatarn Washington Oocaskmal-raln; warm
er; winds south to southwest.
Bulnm Washington and Northern Idaho
Ossowonal rain., warmer, southerly winds.
Southern Idaho Probably rain; southerly
and viciultr Occasional rain; warm-
XSKTRACHT MASQUERADE BALL,
BEKTKACHT MASQUERADE BALL,
BtKTRACHT MASQUERADE BALL,
FEB. 22. AT TURN HALL.
FEB. 22, AT TURN HALL
Amniuaon Miirttfrs. S6c; spectators, 23c
. Omuwn to be had at the Chicago Costume
MOhete at House's ooffee bouse. Turner hall
iidOBna and see Morrison et
POOR PROSES TO BE GIVEN AWAY.
KniEtots of Pythias are Invited to
Mt Hi air hwHatiooe for the Pythian anniver
sary ball, given Feb. U), 1800, of C. T. Roberts,
s&areanrr ( committee, Salem Woolen Hills
afaa, m Third at.
XAJTOLttR Fefe. IT. 1800, to the wife of A.
17. 1W. Mrs. C H. Jarce. wife
at the late W. H. D. Joyce, aged 07 years.
nan Sfeancteeo. Boston and Portland, Me., pa
nne meaee cent'. Funeral from residence, 270
OHMt st.. Monday at 2 P. 34.
feHNRE In Oermaar. Anna. Maria Storz, Nor.
H. It reaVe old. Mother August Storz, Liz
se. ". B.. Roth and Anna Werittsh.
PIPPIX At Sacramento. Cal., Feb. 16, 1900,
A. B Pippin, aged 80, formerly an emploje
of Ltpman, Wolfe & Cv.
BBWARD HOLMAN. Undertaker, 4tb
aHd Yaaihlll ats. Rena Stinson, lady
s4(itHt. Beth plionen Ao. 507.
J. P. FIXLKV &. SON, Dndcrtnltcrs.
Ln&y AHaiatant. ST5 Tklrd at. Tel. 11.
K. S. DDXMXG, CBdertnlcer, 414 Hast
Alder. Laoly Aaslataat. Both phonea.
SAOO. TAPIOCA. SPLIT PEAS. PEARL BAR
lar. oametarch, gloss starch and dried green
peas, ac per pound. At McKinnon Grocery
On., 11 Third st.
Money to Loan at 6 Per Cent.
On vttB- property; no brokerage. SOL BLOOM,
MK Gbaanber of Conunoroe.
Matting 6 to 8 per cent, for sale. J. W.
CwaOiam & Co.. 114 Chamber of Commerce.
JOBT KKKVSD CARGO OF
PACIFIC COAST CO.,
Talon owe 2 246 Washington st.
On Improved city and farm property, at lowest
parrot rates. Building loans. Installment
Vmm. Macnwster & Blrrell. 211 Worcester elk.
TIMBER 25,000 ACRES
mi pet-foot. Inquire at
S Sast JHghth at. north, Portland, Or.
ghart market price paid for municipal an!
tohoat bonds. Lowest rates on mortgage loans;
WW take oharge of estates as agent or trustee
an fsanonaMp 'terms.
ye. X. FJCAR. 416 Chamber of Commerce.
BY J. T. WILS
Special Auction Sale of
jtjrvtne reoetved a consignment of valuable
I umllni i from a. patron. I have- decided to hold
& aptdal sale on Mondaj, February 19. at j0
A. L, at my salesrooms. 182 First street, cor
aar Yamhill. Tins selected furniture com
III lam parlor, dining and bedroom articles of
-MMofa the following are among the beet COM
BXXATION OAK BOOKCASE. with oval French
niatil mirror and swell glass front, OAK CH1F
JtOMlKlt. R6 Inches high bj 40 Inches wide;
OAK KALI- RACK, wttb bevel mirror. 34x30;
OAK EXTENSION TABLE, S feet, polished
Man; I dtning chairs, oak, wood seat, valua
ble u painting, fine couch, with patent mova
ble hand nd boat, spring edge, very VALUA
0UC BBDROOH SUIT, in antique oak finish.
top osxat incnee, wnn fTencn-piate
XX incnee. itj? suit oeserves special
Another OAK1 SUIT, antique finish,
ar. Oertnao-Dtate mirror 30x24 inched.
MANTEL FOLDING BSD, In antique oak, 6
twat fcr 4 fee Inside, -wjth bookcase above, 27
taflbes M(h. wovca-wtre spring and swell front,
ate; kasr an Boas mattresses.
THto sal offers a grand chance for any one
frffiMmm good, substantial furniture.
M. 8. Best goodfe will be sold at 10 A. M.
J. T. WILSOK, Auctioneer.
ftmtture. Klinball organ, etc on
IT. FEBRUARY St. at 39 A. M.,
it mil hi in Hot FDtbT stkhstt, compri
3jBdaBfe. jMrtor furnltjure; oak and aeh :
en MMl CSMifs. bed lounges, lamps; lace
its Fuxenr iitstki. comprising:
and wool carpets: extension
and dlnrog chairs, sewing machines;
m suits; snnnas and m t-
; hiiatTTn. Xaiestlc steel range; cook
kit an an taMea. chains, graniteware. aiM.
Wr other nrtleloo too numerous to mention.
J. T. WRJBON. Auctioneer.
Of a BanXrapt Stock of Groceries
ny r- T 22. nd follow-
Ihf gdh, at 19 A. X.. at 367 FIRST STREET.
3tmmUmrxm and Columbia. I will sell &
j""( las ir atock of groceries and nrturec THE
KxTTJaUK ate as tnttows: Dayton computing
sealea. sflftd two other scates. targe coffee milt.
Moadld vetasjerator. 7 feet high (cost $135).
cash register, oil tank, awning, meat rack
and tabV. store truck; targe cheese safe: dock.
lj barrels, with aovem. abJ a number of other
l.tnri AJao one HORSE (delivery)
THE PTOCK comprises canned meata of alt
kinds canned vegeUbHs. dried fruits spices.
Seas and ecCeea about W sacks lloiir; rolled
oats and meal, maple and Log Cabin syrup:
ZTMn salad oil washing sodas, March; table
mni rock saM. lard, tobacco: sp. lamp calm
The atosw atocK an new. and the,
yufclte mMsm has ae good a chance- of buying
1 .. ,j. a
wf , me nxivnv mu 0c pun f 11m; wnii-
tmz'mt M o'clock, an J groceries on Thursday
" j t WILSON. Auctioneer.
Call for State Convention
A republican convention of; the state of
Oregon Is "hereby called to meet In the
city of Portland, on Thursday, April 12, at
18VcloclrA. M.. for the purpase of- nomi
nating candidates for preslde-atlal elect-'
ors, state and district officers, except con
gressmen, and of electing four delegates-at-large
to the republican national con
vention, and to transact such other busi
ness as may properly come before the
convention. The convention 'will consist'
of 335 -delegates, chosen Jby the several
counties as follows:
Benton : 8
Clackamag .V. 15
ClatS0TJ... .. 12
Coos ..'. 7
Douglas .......". ....'..12
Gilliam......, j.... 4
Jackson ., 10
Josephine .7 6
Klamath .- 4
Lane .-. 14
Lincoln ., 4
Linn'.. .'. 14
Malheur' ?...". v4
Morrow , .;. 5
Bolk.. " r......... 3
Tillamook '. 5
. "Washington 13
"Wheeler ..". 4
The same being one delegate-at-large
from each county, and bne delegate for
every .150 votes, and one for every frac
tion "over seventy-flve, cast for Governor
Geer at the last state election. The com
mittee recommends that the primaries be
held on "Wednesday, March 21. and the
county conventions on Thursday, March
59, 1300, unless otherwise ordered by the
proper county committees.
G. A. STEEL, Chairman.
GRAHAM, GLASS, JR., Secretary.
BY CURR1E & PAG
OF FINE GROCERIES. HORSE. HARNESS,
DELIVERY WAGON. ETC.. AT THE STORE,
207 THIRD STREET, ON WEDNESDAY
NEXT. .FEBRUARY 21, AT 10 A. M. FA
VORED WITH INSTRUCTIONS FROM THE
OWNER. WHO IS RETIRING FROM BUSI
NESS. I SHALL ON THIS DAY COMMENCE
TO SELL THE STOCK ON HAND. CONSIST
ING OF 80 SACKS FLOUR. BEST BRANDS;
SO SACKS GRANULATED SUGAR; TEAS;
COrFEES. AND THE .USUAL STOCK OF
FINE GROCERD3S KEPT BY THE BEST
GROCERS, ALL OF WHICH HAVE BEEN
LATELY PURCHASED. ALSO A HORSE.
WEIGHING NEARLY 1300 POUNDS: SET OF
HARNESS; DELIVERY WAGON: COUNTER;
SCALES; COFFEE MILL: SHOWCASES;
COUNTERS; SHELVING. ETC.
SALE POSITIVE. TERMS CASH.
THE HORSE WILL BE SOLD AT 10
JOHN CAMPBELL CURRD3, Auctioneer.
At the Vvr Auction Room, 202 First
St., Cor. Madison, on Thursday
Next, Feb. 22, at 10 A. Mk
At thii eale we "will sell to the best bidders
parlor furniture. In odd pieces: rattan and
other pretty chairs; cobbler-seat and other
rockers; handsome bedroom sets; odd bedsteads;
dressers; commodes, 'springs; mattresses; ONE
NEW WESTERN COTTAGE ORGAN, several
good sewing machines; FAVORITE STEEL
RANGE. "WITH "WARMING CLOSET; OAK
SIDEBOARDS. WITH LARGE BEVEL-PLATE
MIRRORS: dining and other tables and chalw;
cook and heating stove-, kitchen treasures;
safes; hanging and other lamps. The balance
of the boots and, shoes. SEVERAL PAUtb OF
MISFIT CUSTOM-MADE PANTS, in wool,
cashmere, etc A quantity of new graniteware,
and about 100 jards AXMINSTER and other
good carpets, etc. TERMS CASH.
CURRIE- & PAGE, Auctioneers.
Oregon phone North 211.
Auction & Commission Company
S. L. N. G1LMAN, Auctioneer
SPECIAL AUCTION SALE
Of the furniture of residence. We arc Instruct-,
ed to sell by public auction at the residence,
321 TWEI iFTH ST.. CQR. CLAY. TOMORROW
(MONDAY). FEB. 10. at 10 A. M.. all the fur
niture and fittings. Including oil paintings;
carpets: rugs; bookcase: dining-room furniture;
rockers; chairs; Hat-top desk; Also bedroom
suits; bedding; crockerj f glassware, etc.; tent;
Wide West cook stoe. and kitchen furniture.
On sale Monday. 10 A. M.
S. L. N. GUZMAN, Auctioneer.
Of Household Furniture, Piano, etc, at
411 Washington street, on Tues
day Next, at 10 A. M.
We will sell fine Knabe piano; handsome fold
ing bed. with sideboard combination; folding
bed. with mirror, brass bedsteads; Majestic
range; carpets; couches; good sewing machines;
goose feathers: .oakinajitel bed, ohlffonlera; hall
rack; a few fine furs, to close account; gas
ooek stove; carpets, kitchen cupboard; lamps;
also lot of household effects.-
S. L. N. GILMAN, Auctioneer.
AUCTION SALE '
On Tuesday Next, at 10 A. M.
At 411 Washington st.. we will sell a. large line
of .HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE from residence.
S. L. N. GDL.MAN, Auctioneer.
On Tuesday Next, February 20
At the Central Auction Rooms, Cor.
Alder and Parle Sts.
We have recelied instructions to sell the furni
ture, carpets, etc, removed from private house
In East Portland, comprising: Upright piano.
trichord, and in first-class condition; SOLID
MAHOGANY oval tables, divans, in Swiss bro
catolle; box couch, covered in Bagdad, first
class quartered-oak rockers, with spring eeau,
csVered in genuine leather, combination desk.
In quartered-oak case, with French-plate mir
Tor. library table, In redwood; center tables,
TTith metal feet; handsomely carved cobbler
seat rockers: German-shaped couch, spring seat
and 30 Inches wide, pair of beautifully carved
alabaster vases; shell flowers under shade; tap
estry and chenille portieres; new design lace
curtains, six Brussels carpets, good stair and
three-ply wool carpets, large mirror, oak side
board, with swell front and large Trench-plate
mirror; solid oak extension table, six dining
chairs, crockery and glassware; hanging and
bracket lamps, .oil paintings and etchings, in
good frames white enameled Iron bed; odd
dressers, attracts e- mahogany finished bedroom
set, piano polished, oak and other bedroom
sets, complete, with hair and wool mattresses-:
Yum Turn springs; feather pillows; silk patched
quilt: six-drawer oak chiffonier; Matuska fold
ing bed and -mattress plusn couch, toiletware;
75 yards Jap matting, first-class SIX-HOLE
RANGE, with water-back, recently new; air
tight and oil heaters, household treasure; kitch
en safes; flat irons, good wringer, washtubs;
10 window shades, and the usual kitchen outfit.
On view tomorrow (Monday) afternoon.
Sale TUESDAT AT 10 A. M. SHARP.
Paroles-furnishing are particularly invited to
Inspect the goods. As usual, everything is clean
and in first-class condition.
GEO. BAKER & CO., Auctioneers.
On Thursday Next, February 22
We ioM our regular weeklyTsale at the roams,
cor Alder and Park sts , for a full line of
household furniture, carpets, stoves, etc. Par
ticulars later Both phones.
GEO. BAKER & CO., Auctioneers.
$80,000 CORNER LOT ON THIRD. CENTRAL
paying 8 tier cent. This is the best property
In the city. A fine Investment.
$18,000 River front, covered with docks.
This property Is worth twice our price.
$10,000 Quarter block, with stores and rooming-house,
building -cost he money.
138 acres, 60 cultivated, 40 timber, balance
pasture, near Portland, and fronts on Wil
lamette river, good 8-room house, and. other
Improvements. $23 per acre.
$950 Good 6-roem cottage, cost S1500.
$550-New 5-rootn cottage, weU located.
?250 6-room house and full lot, In Monta
villa. 10 acres, near Mount Tabor. $800.
FUNK & GROENER. room 0, 253& Wash.
A ONE-THIRD DJTEREST IN A PROFITA
ble hardware business In Seattle has been
listed with us for sale or exchange for Port
land real estate. Owner unable to give the
We want modern dwellings to rent.
We want a neat cottage and lot near car
line, not over $1400.
We want 2 acres, with house, near car line.
We want an 8 or 0-room modern dwelling,
HARTMAN. THOMPSON & POWERS,
3 Chamber of Commerce.
FOR bALt-KKAL KSTAl'E.
Mudern 7-room houses, ,008-010 E. .ish, and
20-31 E. 16tlu $1650 each.
2 lots .and 7-room house. N. E. cor. E. 22d
Corner and 8-room house, 604 E. Alder.
2 lots, running from E. 6th to E. 7th, be
tween Morrison and Alder.
Lot and 6-room cottage, 147 E. 20th.
58x100 and cottage, E. 18th and Belmont.
$100050x100 and 2 cottages, E. Yamhill,
near 23d. Now rented for ?20.
Comer and U-room house, 900 E. Yamhill.
Lots in Dent's addition. Beacon and Mllwau
kle sts., $400 each. '
Sightly lots, E. Eighth and Brooklyn.
Block and modern house, E. 21st and Gllsan.
$1500 Corner lot, 8-room house and large
barn, E. 10th and Oregon.
60x100, 7-room house, 3S8 Grand ave. north.
3 lots and -2 store buildings. Union ave. and
50x100 and g-room house, 341 Tillamock.
Lot and desirable house, 610 Mississippi ave.
Lot and desirabl' cottage, 544 Kerby.
50x100 and cottage, 511 Vancouver ave.
4 houses on San Rafael st., Alblna; now pay
ing 8 per cent on price asked.
The above is a partial list of properties owned
by a foreign mortgage company. The prices
are low and the terms easy.
W. H. GRIND3TAFF. 246 Stark.
$3256 LOTS IN ARBOR LODGE.
$850- lots in Columbia Heights, Just east
$7502 lots and cottage, S. E. oor. Falling
and Minnesota a e.
$100060x125 and 2 cottages, E. Russell St.,
now pa j ins 10 per cent.
$10502 lots, cottage, 905 Mississippi ave.
$550 Lots 50x100. E. Ash. near 20th.
$U50 50x100, 5-room cottage, 560 E. Oak.
$105035x100, 7-room nvuse, 251 Hancock.
$1350 7-room house and lot, Sunnyside.
$1500 Corner, 7-room house, E., Seventh.
$18002 lots and modern house, E. 26th st.,
$900 Improved acre, Curry ave.
t 1000 South-front lot, E. Oak. near 14th.
135050x100, modern 6 - room house, and
barn. 703 Michigan ave.
$1600-Quarter block, Hblladay'o addition.
$130060x100, 5-rodm cottage, Grand .aye.,
near Weldler, Rolladay's.
$2100 3 lots. E. 17th and Weldler. .
$2100-3. lots, E. 17th and Tillamook, Irving
ton. Will sell separately.
Acre and quarter, facing S. P. railroad, 3"
houses, E. 3d and Stephens.
Favorable terms -or. any of the above.
W. H. GRINDSTAFF. 246 Stark.
CHOICE WEST SIDE BUYS
$465050x100. with a strictly first - class
room-house. This property is looted 746 John
son, Nob Hill. House is modern in every detail,
and nas built at a cost of $5400,
$520050x100, 10-room modern house, east
front, 10th et., near Mill.
$3000-25x100. cottage, 104 11th St.. near
$650050x200 and 2-houses, north Bide Burn
side, from 0th to 10th sts.
$4500 "Lot and house, 10th st., near Stark.
$2600 Modem cottage. 701 Davis, near 21st.
$5S00 2 lots, 23d, near Johnson. ,
$2500100x100. with 2 small cottages, S. W.
cor. 15th and Raleigh.
$2300-Corner lot, 24th st.. King's Second
$600 ttf $700 Lots In Doscher'fl 2d add.,
$W00 Washington-street business "property.
Will pay 6 per cent on $10,000.
$170050x100, Irving, between 23d and 24th.
$1600 25x100, 12-room house, 440 Johnson.
$1CV) Desirable quarter block, Portland
$85050x100, Johnson, near 21st,
The large brick castle on Seyenth-st. Ter
races will be sold at a sacrifice, or exchange
for vacant property.
$7500-iBlock facing N. P. railroad, 19th and
Wilson. Warehouse property.
60x100 and cottage, 330 N. 10th.
$3000 Lot and desirable house, 150 !N. 224.
$2100 South-front lot, on Irving, Just east
$2600 Modern cottage, Hoyt, near 22d.
$2700 Comer and 2 cottages, 11th and Kear
ney. Will sell separately.
60rl00 and cottage. SOU Corbett.
Comer and 0-room house, 840 First.
Comer and 2 houses, Water and Whlttaker.
$2500 Lot. 6-room cottage, 7th st.
Comer and 2 houses, Corbett and Arthur.
Three houses and lots. Nebraska st.. South
ern Portland; $750 each.
126x100 on Tburman, between 21st and 22d.
Favorable terms on any of the above.
W. H. GRINDSTAFF, 246 Stark.
ANY ONE INTENDING TO BUY A HOT IE
or invest in real estate &-hould Inspect the fo
35 feet, fronting on 10th St., near Hall, with
good 0-room house; rents well; price only
5-room house, fractional lot, on Seventh st,
near Lincoln, -for $1450.
7-room modern house on Grant, $2300.
lOOilOO, excellent t-room bouse, on E. 17th
et., between E. Morrison and Madison, price
50x100 and neat 5-room cottage, Holladay's.
Woodlawn 30x100, 5-room. house, $700. 50x
100. 7-room house, $850.
E. Morrison car line Modern 7-room house,
two lots, $1850; sightly and In good neigh
borhood. $1850 New. modern 0-room house, corner
lot. Sunnyside. on car line.
$850 6-roctnxhouse and jot, Sunnyside.
tt lots for $850, Highland, near Union ave.;
COxlOO etch; one block from echoolhouse.
$300 House and lot, Mt. Tabor.
$500 House and lot, E. 31st, near Ankeny.
Modern S-room house and lot on WilUams
7-room house and lot on'E. Burnslde st.,
I have several fine bargalrs In Sellwood.
Choice building lots on East and West Side
at attractive prices. F. BRESKE,
44 Sherlock bldg., 83 Third st
FOR SALE NICE QUARTER BLOCK, WITH
a good, modern 8-room residence; command
ing fine Iew; will be sold if taken this week
at only $3000.
$850 buys a fine comer lot with both streets
fully Improved and sewer in front of lot;
nicest building lot In the city for the money.
$2000 buys a lot 60x100 feet on Irving st;
a fine lot in good neighborhood.
$2000 bujs quarter block on the northwest
corner of 17th and Pettygrove sts.
$850 buys a fine quarter block on Clinton
and Eatt 14th sts.; a fine building site and
$125 buys a nice cqrner lot on Clinton and
E. 20th sts., fronting on the car line. A bar
gain.. Small fruit farm of 6 acres, only two
blocks from depot; has good house and barn,
and 5 acres in 12-ear-old bearing fruit trees;
a fine, productive home, and will sell at low
price, or may exchange fur house and lot
Sixth-street property Fine choice corner,
with good two-story 10-room residence, for
sale at a bargain.
Houses and vacant lots in different parts of
the city for sale cheap, and with easy terms
of payment. Apply to
C K. HENRY, 273 Stark et
We have some of the best Investments In
the city. Now ie the time to buy. Invest a
few dollars before the advance.
Neat cottage and full lot E. 31st., $1800.
Beautiful home on 24th st. $10,000.
Cosy cottage. Sunnyside, $1150.
Strictly modem 10-room dwelling, Jackson
Equity in 8-room dwelling on 6th, $1000.
Lot and cottagevon Grand ave., $1300.
Choice lot. E. 17th and E. Main, $700.
3 acres west slope of Mt Tabor, $2400.
60-foot lot on Overton st, $1200.
Lot on Fettygrov e st. near 21st $1000.
Quarter. 22d and Pettygrove sts., $2200.
Desirable quarter, E. 26th and Morrison,
10 acres Just west of city limits, $1100.
12 acres on Canyon road, house, frulr.
10 acres adjoining Irvlngton Park, $2100.
345-acre farm ea&t of Oregon City.
40 acres "2 miles cast of Mllwoukle.
155 acres near Sheridan,' $850.
Farms in all parts of the state.
HARTMAN. THOMPSON & POWERS,
3 Chamber of Commerce.
$125, $160 Lots, Lincoln Park Annex; easy
$3500 Corner lot Ninth and Burnslde
$2200 House and lot Fourth, near College.
$ S00 House and Jot, Couofuaddltion. .
$3500 2-story modem residence, basement
and furnace. East Portland; easy payments.
$1000 Nice cottage, E. Portland; easy nay
mentsA SHOO block,' 10th st. Holladay's.
$ 550r-:Lot Ninth ot. Holladay's.
$1000 block. Union ave., Holladay's.
$14007 aires cl-ard, near Piedmont.
$ 630 House and tot. "Ctper Alblna.
$ 550 Comer. 100x100, Central Alblna.
$4000 Business comer, 100x100, on Williams
ave.; renting for SCO per mouth.
A. B. MANLEY. room 42 Sherlock bldg
ONE OF THE MOST SIGHTLY QUARTER
blocks In East Portland, close in; will sell
olther as a whole or separate, favorable ternm
either way. This Is a good, cheap Invest
ment Also nice quarter In Holladay's. 226
BEST BUY IN CITY Fine home, W. Side, Nob
Hill. Laidlaw, 303 Chancer of Commerce.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
$4000-J. W. OGILBEE. ROOM 11. 145 FHtST
55 acres; 40 acres in fine state of cultlva-
tlon; good 6-room farmhouse, large bams and
other outbuildings. 10 acres In good bearing
orchard, lies on the south slope of Mount
Scott, 8-miles .from, the courthouse, southeast,
all Implements go with the place; horses,
wagons, plows, mower, rakes, etc. A cheap
suburban farm, and a good investment.
$1000, PART CASH 6-ROOM. TWO.-STORY
house and barn, 1171 Hawthorne ave. 16
fruit trees. 100 rose bushes, city water, lot
13S feet deep. 7 blocks from school, Hawthorne-avenue
cars pass -ioor.
$15,000 FOR ELEGANT QUARTER BLOCK
and first-class improvements. Also several
other good bargains inVtestrable residence lo
cality, from $3200 up. Davidson, Ward & Co.,
272 Stark st.
ACRE TRACTS RIGHT IN TOWN
$050 to $900. Opooslte Piedmont. 15-mlnute
car service, and the geese are flying north.
Favorable terms. W. H. Grindstaft, 246 Stark.
UNIQUE TRACT OF INCOME-PAYING LAND
of the richest soil, with good house and im
provements on car- line to Oregon City. Price
$5500. F. V. Andrews te Co.. Hamilton bldg.
$4f00 BUSINESS PROPERTY. ALBINA;
fine brick Improvement; paying over 10 per
cent net; owner .got Kome fever. Hart Land
Co., room 7 Sherlock bulldtrg.
TWO BARGAINS, WEST SIDE RESIDENCE
property, well located; 9-room house; $3200.
7 rooms and 38x100, lot, $3900. Davidson.
Ward & Co., 272 Stark st.
$250. CASH DOWN A 6-ROOM HOUSr AND
lot 50x100; 150 feet, from car line, in Monta
villa. title perfect. A. Matteson, 183 Madi
$250017 LOTS- READY -TO BUILD ON. Hi
neighborhood of new furniture factory; good
street to them. Miller, 305 Chamber of Com
MOUNT TABOR WANTED, 10 CHEAP
acres, cleared or uncleared, near the reser
voir. F. V. Andrews & -Co., Hamilton bldg.
Good residence and lot, adjoining Johnson's ad
dition, for sale. Beautiful location. 10 rooms,
etc F. V. Andrews & Co... Hamilton bldg.
VIRGINIA INVESTMENTS; WRITE US FOR
city and country property. Jos. R. Ives & Co.,
real estate, Norfolk, Va.
HOU8ES AND COTTAGES FOR SALE: ALSO
bakery. Emmons & Emmons, 623-25 Chamber
of Commerce building.
BUCHTEL & KERNS. 383 EAST BURNSIDE
Improved acre tracts, 4, 2, 6, 3, 10, 2, 2
and 770 etock farm.
80 acres in Cowlitz county, with 10 head cattle;
a snap. G. Debrltz, room 4, Mulkey bldg.
SNAP ONE-THIRD ORIGINAL COST; LOTS T
and 8, block 14, Central Alblna. 293 Alder Bt.
TOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Well-Improved
ranch. H. B. Compron & Co.. 618 Marquam.
INTEREST - PAYING t BLOCK, NORTH
Portland, a bargain. Hoelblng, 250 Stark.
House and lot, built to suit, Installments, small
tash payments. Dammeier, 611 Marquam.
1XH L Hr FRM OR DAIRY RANCH
of 500 acres; title clear; near the best mar
ket and cheap freight rates; about 200 acres
In grass, 360 acres in timber; land all level;
creek runs through the place. At small ex
pense a cranberry patch of 40 to 50 acres
could be made The land has a frontage of
half a mile on a navigable stream, where
river steamers can land; good buildings; two
dwellings; two large barns and creamery
building. This place is situate on Chinook
river, one-half mile from Its mouth. The
ocean Is In sight of place. Will sell at a bar
gain. H. C. Albee & Co.
FOR SALE IMPROVED FARM, 46 ACRES,
3 miles from Vancouver, Wash.; mile to
good school, on good road; one-halt in high
state of cultivation, about 5 acres bearing
orchard, prunes, apples, etc; fair house, 4
'rooms, good barn and other buildings; firt
class soil, part beaver-dam swale; two good
wells; all fenced; price $2500. J. H. Elwell,
FARM OF 67 ACRES. 10 MILES SOUTHEAST
from Portland; one two-horse wagon, 04
wether lambs, one Jersey bull, one yearling
steer, six pigs; farming Implements and house
hold furniture. If not sold in 30 days will
rent A good home, dirt cheap. N. F. Nelson,
$1500 WILL BUY BEARING ORCHARD
Within ono mile of Vancouver, Wash.; choice
variety fruit, chiefly pruiies; good cottage
house, barn, etc; fine soil; well fenced: on
good road; 0.10 acres In tract Address J. H.
Elwell, Vancouver, Wash.
40 ACRES; 35 IN CULTIVATION; 0-ROOM
house, fine barn, running water, well fenced;
Just outside ot city limits; close to electric
car line. 5-cent fare. Can be had for cost of
improvements. L W. Balrd, 322 Chamber of
IMPROVED FARMS FOR SALE IN ALL
parts of- Oregon and Washington; payments
made to suit purchasers. For full particulars
as to various properties, apply to Macmaster
& Blrrell, 311 Worcester block.
SMALL FARM FOR SALE 22 ACRES, ABOUT
8 miles from Portland, on Powell's Valley
road. Apply to owner, G. B. Cornelius, or
T19 East Ankeny street.
55 ACR ALL IN CULTIVATION, 8 MILES
east, 10 acres In fruit; good Improvements;
bargain. Manager Paciflc Pottery Works.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR OTHER
realty, at the Emporium, Hood River, im
proved fruit farms.
SEE OUR LIST OF 60 OF THE FINEST
farms in Washlngtqn county. Morgan, 233
Improved farm. 160 acres, 10 miles from. Port
land; 20acree in hops. Drawer 17, Portland.
FOR RENT FARMS.
FOR RENT THE BARRETT FARM, FIVE
miles from towi of Hood River. Large house
With many convenierces. Large bam, 45
acres, 30 acres under fruit, 10 acres for
spring crops; 4 acres in hay; 30 inches of
water for irrigation; small fruits for family
use. Will be rented to right party on cash
basis at $300 per year, with privilege of 3
j ears. D. W. Hodge, Hood River, Or.
FOR "RENT A NICE LITTLE PLACE OF 0
acres; small house and bam; mile south of
Mount Tabor. Lambert & Sargent, 383 East
10 ACRES 6 MILES SOUTHWEST OF CITY;
houee, barn, fruit; for dwelling in Portland.
17 acres adjoining Oregon City; 8 acres n
fruit, house barn; for Portland property.
36 lots on Hawtnorne ave. for dwelling.
Unincumbered, rented brick building in Al
bany for dwelling.
HARTMAN, THOMPSON & POWERS,
3 Chamber of Commerce.
TO EXCHANGE GOOD WEST SIDE CITY
property for Los Angeles city property or
acreage. Inquire Mrs. Clark, 711 Milwaukle
street -corner Frankfort, Oregon City line.
FARM. TO LEASE FOR TAXES FOR EIGHT
j ears; 180 acres, with barn, and 20 acres
cleared: near Columbia river. Addresss A 17,
FOR LEASE NEW GREENHOUSE AND
grounds; centrally located. Ira B. Sturges,
Baker City, Or.
'FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
They are accumulating fast. We took In
quite a number during the past week in part
payment ior new pmncs.
Kimball s 1)5
Kimball, NEW ..35
Chlckerlng .... 275
We will close them out at the above prices.
Entail monthly payments If necessary.
THE WILEY B. ALLEN CO.,
200-211 First st, Portland. Or.
LOW -MARGIN CASH GROCERY. 209 4TH
st Coffee and teas advanced, but not my
prices; 1000 lbs. at old prices; Rio, 10c lb.;
Coeta Rica, 15c; Mocha-Java, 20c lb.; 60c
bulk teas, 33c lb.; 8 5c bags salt, 6 lbs. rice.
S lbs. No. 1 oats or 7 lbs. beans, 25b; fancy
New Orleans table syrup or molasses, 10c qt. ,
fresh creamery, dairy and ranch butter at cut
prices; hams or salt pork, 8c lb.
SOLFTLINE. SOLFILINE. SOLFILINE.
Everyone needs it Preserves leather: abso
lutely waterproof; shoes, harness and belting
treated with Solflllne prolongs life of leathei
100 per cent InBlst upon your dealer carry
ing It Henry Miller & Co., 602 Washington
st, Portland. Or.
THIS WEEK ONLY FISCHER 1
piano, .S5; DecKtr, $40; New England,
$125; Slnshelmer. MOO, Steinway, $100; 'Kim
ball organ, $40; Estey, $35, string Instruments
cheap. Lessons free. 104 First, Tipstalrs.
SECOND - HAND BICYCLES RAMBLER.
Sterling, Imperial. Columbia, Hartford and
other makes, from $5 up. Every wheel in
first-class condition. Portland Gun & Bicycle
Store, 132 First st, between Washington and
SEVERAL SECOND-HAND WAGONS AND
buggie. 61 Fourth, near Pine.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE OR TRADE 500 HORSES (NOT
cayuses). from 1 to 6 years old; brood mares
and stallions Included; on fine range: would
accept honest trade, part pay. What have
you got? T. Revlngton, lock-box 753, Port
land. Radam'sMlcrobe Killer, positively cures diph
theria, all throat troubles, blood and skin dis
eases, rheumatism, cancer, catarrh; also -cures
la grippe, colds and lung trouble. Call at 860
Morrison for descriptive pamphlet and sample.
CLEAN WALL PAPER WITH R12 RAS.
rooms, $2; carpets, hair, and feathers laun
dered Rir Ras. 25c oer pag. 'New York
Feather Laundry, Hood and Grant Phone
FOR SALE FURNITURE OF ELEGANT
suite of rooms, heart of city; or will trade
for anything of value; gas stove, for light
housekeeping Address C 20, care Oregonlan.
FOR SALE TWO FINE. FRESH COWS, ONE
half Holsteln and Jersey; one Guernsey. First
house west of reservoir No. 2, Section Line
road. Call Monday.
FOR SALE FIVE HORSES, 1100 TO 1600
pounds, also one pony and spring wagon: must
be sold. Geo. Saunders (Farmers Feed Yard),
SEWING MACHINES TWO NEW HOMES,
$10 each; one Domestic, $12.50; one House
hold. $10; Singers, $5 each. J. S. Cran. ."-50
SEWING MACHINES 20 SECOND - HAND
machines; Singer, Domestic. White, Stand
ard, New Home, etc. S. a. Slgel, 335 Wash.
TYPEWRITER BARGAINS REMINGTON.
$25; Smith. $35. Densmore. $30; Bar Lock,
$25. Coast Agency Co., 266 Stark st
FOR SALE LEWIS & DRYDEN MAP OF
city of Portland and vicinity; suitable for
real estate office; size 7x8. 564 Fourth.
Sago, tapioca, split and dried peas. Pearl bar
ley. 5c; 19 lbs. coin grarulated sugar for $L
At BrowneWell's Store, 232 Russell st
FOR SALE-ONE SOLID MAHOGANY, OR
molu bookcase, 0 feet by 5 feet Apply
room 62 McKay building, 1 to 3 P. M.
MOST VALUABLE CLASSICAL EDITIONS OF
piano and vocal music, partly unknown In
Portland. 229 Jefferson.
$100 COMPLETE BAR OUTFIT; U-FOOT
counter. Ice box. beer pump, mirror. Joe
Holder, Esmond; hotel.
FOR SALE A GOOD SQUARE PIANO. IN
excellent condition; very cheap. Addrees G
17, care Oregonlan.
TWO GREAT DANE PUPS. 3 MONTHS OLD.
male and female, for $10, if taken at once, at
3S6 Sixth street.
FOR SALE, CHEAP CITY MILK ROUTE
and dairy; not far from city. Address J 11,
BABY CARRIOE. WITH RUBBER TIRES.
In good condition, $5. Call 323 Couch, cor.
FRESH COW, 0 YEARS QLD; 5 GALLONS
rich milk; price $75. E. G. Messenger, Clack
A PERFECT FAMILY COW, YOUNG AND
fresh. Jersey and Durham. 80 Grand ave.,
FOR SALE OR TRADE SEVERAL DIA
monds, at a bargain. Address B 20, care Ore
gonlan. TWO SOLITAIRE DIAMONDS, WEIGHT 6
karats, $165 each; cost $500. T 10, care Ore
gonlan. rOR SALE A THOROUGHBRED JERSEY
cow. Inquire 105 East 11th, near Alder. Price
Magic lanterns, new, second-hand, moving pic
tures. Bullard & Breck. 131 Post. San Fran.
$8 FOR A NEW GAS COOKER; $2 CASH,
balance $2 per month Gas Co., 174 Fifth st.
FOR SALE OR TRADE 20 HORSE-POWER
engine and boiler. McPherson, Glltnan hotel.
60 RIGS, 300 SETS HARNESS. 50 SADDLES,
and good horses, bargains. 211 Washington st.
Several head horses. 3 delivery wagons, top
buggy, double and single harness. 7th & Stark.
A. Llppman; high-grade ladles' tallorlngr fit
guaranteed. Ore. tel. Hood 979. Russel bldg.
GOOD, LARGE - SIZE UPRIGHT PIANO;
must be sold at once. Call at 472 Jefferson st
FOR SALE GOOD GOOSE-NECK TRUCK. O.
R. Additon, Electric roller mills, Portland, Or.
PIANO. USED BUT SHORT TIME, FOR SALE
at half original cost P. O. box 465, city.
15 HORSES. ALL SIZES. FOR SALE. CALL
.. Oregon Stables, cor. Sixth and Couch sts.
FOR SALE FOUR MILCH COWS; TWO
fresh. For particulars call 354 Clay.
FOR SALE A 1000-POUND LDTT, HAND
elevator. Apply 281 Morrison.
100 NEW BOX COUCHES FOR SALE AT
half price. 390 Sixth street.
SHERMAN, CLAY & CO.. ROOMS 16 AND 17
Rusael building, cor. Fourth and Morrison.
Steinway & Sons. A. B. Chase and Emerson
pianos. A. B. Chase and W. W. Putnam or-
. pans. Cash or installments. Gramophones and
Reglna music boxes.
A NEW PIANO FOR RENT; REASONABLE
to responsible parties. Address 141 West Park.
BEST UPRK3HT PIANO The Jacob Doll. Rent
applied on purchase money. Slnshelmer, 72 3d.
SOULE BROS.. EXPERT TUNERS, 107 FIRST
st Phones. Ellers Piano House.
HELP "WANTED MALE
CLOTHING SALESMAN TO OPEN AND
operate branch offices for the largest exclus
ive tailoring house In the U. S, Proper facili
ties given. Including woolens In the piece for
display purposes. This is a rare opportunity
to engage in a lucrative business without In
vestment or risk. Hundreds thus employed
are making from $1500.0Q to $3000.00 a year.
Our goods are absolutely guaranteed. Now is
the time to arrange for spring 1000. Write for
terms and full Information, Dept H, lock
box 933, Chicago.
SALESMAN A LEADING NEW YORK MAN.
ufacturer and Importer of pen and pocket
cutlery, scissors, razors and other special
ties, desires an experiences! cutlery salesman
for the coast Applications will be consid
ered from men who are familiar with the
trado and line only. Addresa, stating expe
rlcncp, references and expectations, which will
be kept in the strictest confidence. Griffon
Cutlery Co.. 450 Broadway, New York.
WANTED BY ONE OF THE LARGEST
crockery and glassware agencies in the United
States, to sell both European Import crockery
and glass and American crockery and glass
lamps, etc.. from factories only; two first
class travelers, who know the trade and un
derstand the business, to travel In Oregon
and Washington on a liberal compensation.
Only experienced men need apply. Address,
with references. A 20, care Oregonlan.
D? YOU CONTEMPLATE LEARNING SHORT
har.d or have failed In some other system,
come and investigate the Pernln. Can be
learned in oneTthlrd the time of Pltmanla
systems. No shading; no position; few word
ings; connective vowela; no failures. Book
keeping taught Pernln Shorthand School, 211
Oregonlan; H. W. Behnke, Prin.
Al PATTERN-MAKER, $3.25; MEN AND
teams, R. R., $4.50, pass; 6 teams, logging
camp. $1 25 and feed; carpenters, $35 and
board; laborers, $1 and board; shingle-bolt
cutters, $1 cord, man and wife, ranch, $35 to
$45; 2 farm hands, E. O., $26 and board; log
gers, $2 up; other wora. Canadian Agency,
ENGINEERS, FIREMEN, MACHINISTS AND
electricians; Send 10 cents for new 40-page
pamphlet containing list of questions' asked
by examining board of engineers. Geo. A.
Zellcr, bookseller, St Louis, Mo. Mention
WANTEDGENERAL AGENT WASHINGTON
and Oregon. Only good gasoline lamp on
market Ready seller: best terms; easiest
lighter; overcomes competition. Peerless
Lamp Co.. 206 Railway Exchange bldg., St
CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATIONS WILL BE
held soon In every state. Dates and places.
Just published, furnished free by National
Correspondence Institute, Washington, D. C.
Thousands of appointments to be made this
WANTED COLLECTORS: SALARY $18 PER
week and expenses, subject to advance; we
furnish horse and buggy. Address, with
stamp, Monterey Mfg. Co., Jewelry specialties,
St Louis, Mo.
5 LABORERS (MILL YARD). GRAYS HAR
bor, $1 and found, piling barkers, $2.60 day
of 500 L. feet; 0-horse teamster. $L60 and
found. R. G. Drake, 152 First (downstairs.)
WANTED YOUNG MAN WHO CAN KEEP
a est of books and make himself useful about
a store; state age and references, in own
handwriting. Address T 17, care Oregonlan.
LEARN SIGN PTNTTNG IN TWO HOURS-good-paying
business; no fraud; samples, in
structions, etc, 10c City Sign Co., Spring
YOUNG MAN TO TRAVEL FOR BUSINESS
firm, good salary guaranteed and permanent
position assured to right parties. W 19, Oregonlan.
HELP WANTED MALE.
WS' y TO SLL OCR
line of staple 'goods. Side line or exoluslve.
$10 per day; no experienee necessary. Free
samples. Kelllher. 3948 Market st. Phila
BRIGHT SALESMAN TO HANDLE OCR
dustless floor brush; greatest seller out West
ern Supply Cc, 7 First st. Portland. Or.
WANTED TWO HUSTLING SALESMEN FOR
Oregon. Permanent positron; staple line. M
experience necessary, box 846, Chiaago.
SALESMEN To sell office specialties. Fma side
lines. Used by all merchants. Catalegu
free. Model Mfg. Co., South Bead. Ibd.
WANTED THREEt GOOD aALRSMEN. BLS
gant line, light samples, bond, required.
Equitable Mfg. Co Iowa City. Iowa.
A LIVE. ENERGETIC SALESMAN TO RJEP
resent old-established house In Oregon. Ad
dress 1612-816 Dearborn-st, Chicago.
WANTED THREE FHtST-CLASS SPBCLVL
ty salesmen. References. Address Manager,
room 1006, 1S5 Dearborn st, Chicago.
ENERGETIC SALESMAN, SCHOOL SOP
plloa: country work; $100 salary and extras.
R. O. Evans & Co.. Chicago. HI.
WANTED A GOOD STICKER MAN; APPLY
by letter or In person at the"Doerabefcer
Manfg. Co., Cheballs, Wash.
MEX AND WOMEN TO APPOINT AGENTS.
$75 month; expenses. Steady positions. But
ler & Alger, New Haven. Conn.
A GOOD, SOBER TINNER. PLUMBER AND
general Job workman, steady work. O. O.
Hodson, McMInnvllle. Or.
WANTED A BOY TO DO CHORBS FOR
board; good home- Call Ellsworth aad Hab
ersham sts., Richmond.
STRONG- INTELLIGENT BOY TO LEARX
carpentering. Apply Gordon Mfg. Co., 187
WANTED BRIGHT YOUNG MAN; FINE Op
portunities to rlrht party; references; 2&
WANTED-GASOLnrB ENGINEER: STEADY
work. Call at 434 Mill at, or at St Charles
Cash for acceptable ideas. State If patented. Ad
dress THE PATENT RECORD. Baltimore. Md.
Worklngman's Barber Shop, haircut 15c. shave
10c: 6 chairs. Ed Dennlson. 205 Morrison st
WANTED-600 MEN TO TRY THE BEST 5e
have and 10c haircut, at 27 North Second.
WANTED-GOOD ADVERTISING SOLICITOR.
Farmer, 122 Front upstairs.
BOYS WANTED AT 182 FIRST ST.
HELP "WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED LA.DY TO TRAVEL THROUGH
Oregon: moderate salary and all expenses, to
start advancement, position permanent if sat
isfactory. Self-addressed envelope for reply.
Manager GIUls, Pontiac bldg., Chicago.
SHIRT POLISHER (MACHINE): SHIRT 1RON
er; starcher, good wages; cook, country, $20;
Al second girl, $20; no end of housework. $10
to $20. Canadian Agency, 226 Mcrrls 3.
COLLEGE GIRL OR ONE EMPLOYED DUR
lng day. can find nice some In small family,
reasonable, within 16 minutes of postoffiee.
Address O 18, care Oregonlan.
WANTED LADIES TO SELL OUR WOMEN
and children's spring and summer specialties.
Big profits. Catalogue free. Venus Mfg. Cc,
A. J., Chicago, 111.
WANTED A COMPETENT WOMAN FOR
general housework, to go to Fairfax. Wash.;
references required. Apply afternoons, 388
WANTED COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENER
al housework, family of two. wages $10. M.
Billings, Eighth st, Woodlawn Heights.
WANTED A YOUNG GIRL; ONE WHO
would like a good home, and small wages;
must be kind. H 19, care Oregonlan.
COMPETENT STENOGRAPHER, WITH GOOD
business ability, desires position, can furnish
Al references. L 19, care Oregonlan.
WANTED AT ONCE, GKtL FOR GENERAL
housework; good cook; permanent place; ref
erence. 448 Washington st.
RESPECTABLE. ENERGETIC WOMAN TO
travel. Call Monday, between 10 and 12 A.
M., room 213 The Browxu.
ENERGETIC, HEALTHY WOMAN FOR
permanent position; good salary; state age.
Q 15, care Oregonlan.
SALESWOMAN WANTED FOR LADHSS
shoe department In Vancouver, B. C. Address
x 1, care Oregonlan.
LADY WANTED TO DO HOUSEWORK AND
wait on sick lady. Addresa box 204, Van
GOOD SOLICITORS; SALARY, PERMANENT
positions. Call Monday forenoon, 163 First
st, room 1.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS WAITRESS; MUST
be expo-'enced. Apply Palace Restaurant, 250
HELP ALWAYS WANTED, WHETHER AD
vertlsed, particulars or not Call R. G. Drak,
WANTED-GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE
work; wages $10 per month. Inquire 312 HaJ
GIRL WANTED TO COOK AND ASSSIST IN
housework. Apply mornings, 575 East Morri
GIRL TO DO HOUSEWORK; SALARY AND
music lessons to right one. N 19, care Ore
gonlan. WANTED A COMPANIONABLE GIRL TO As
sist in a small family. Inquire 307 Sherman
EVERY GIRL-WOMAN WISHING A GOOD
position, call at the Horne, 306 Third st
YOUNG WOMAN. FOR MENDING; 60c A
oay; no meals. B 16, care Oregonlan.
AN EXPERIENCED DINING-ROOM GIRL.
Call today, 533 Morrison, cor. 17th.
A COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. 88 22d fit north.
SITUATION WANTED MALE.
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
BOY ATTENDING BUSKfESS COLLEGB
wishes to work after school for room and
board. Inquire 187 12th.
YOUNG MAN WISHES POSITION IN GRO
cery store; experienced; German. D 19, care
SITUATION WANTED BY REGISTERED
druggist Address B., 625 First st.
MAN AND WD5E, GOOD, PLAIN COOKS,
want work in camp or on farm; to commence
on or aftor March 1. Address Cook, Meun
JAPANESE MAN WANTS TO DO HOUSK
work, cooking or help with dishwashing. K
19. care Oregonlan.
CONTRACTORS, FARMERS, CATERERS,
money made, ordinary hlp, of R. G. Drake,
152 First. Phones.
ORDER WHITE, JAP. CHINESE, HELP
free; sent anywhere. R. G. Drake, 162 First
SITUATION WANTED FEMALE.
Stenographers and Typewriters.
YOUNG LADY STENOGRAPHER DESHUSS
position In mercantile office, five years' ex
perience; references. M 19, care Oregonlan.
THOROUGHLY COMPETENT YOUNG LADY
stenographer desires position; moderate sal
ary, references. Q 13, care Oregonlan.
YOUNG LADY STENOGRAPHER DESIRES'
position, one years experience Are insurance
office. Address X 17, care Oregonlan.
POSITION WANTED BY A COMPETENT
young lady stenographer; can give good refer
ences. T 14. care Oregunian.
BY A YOUNG LADY STUDSNT. AS AN AS
slstant bookkeeper or copy clerk, after sshool
hours. Q 18, care Oregonlan.
DO YOU WANT DOMESTICS? OUR OFFICE
li filled with them dally. Phone ua. Canadian
Emp. Agency, 226 Morrison.
MIDDLE-AGED LADY WISHES A POSITION
in small family, general housework or assist
Call room 30 Union bkwk.
POSITION IN SMALL FAMR.Y TO DO GEN
eral housework; good home; wages moderate.
P 19, care Oregonlan.
YOUNG LADY WISHES GENERAL HOUSE
work in small family; experienced. Address
X 13, care Oregonlan.
PLACE FOR SCHOOLGIRL TO WORK FOR
board and attend Park school; today, 460
BY EXPERIENCED GIRL. TO DO CHAM
berwork. Inquire 147 North 13th st ;
sunumoir ..antmd female.
aewtey fay fhnrtHwi.
WANTJBD-POWnOK, BT KXPBKIBN'-Li
woman, aa aousaiceeper m notet tt (vjg'-i
ovur; any or oeumry. u is. oare '
V1V ivn UU I ww nnmf -i-m itt
caretakers, or phiao where man ruid
nnjt. wj vr uu uiu. Ana v Xi VZ
AOKMAX WOMAX WANTS TQ DO WA"
WANTBD THE rKK OT A SMALL CXL7J
w "wm atmn lariw.
"WANTED A GFStTS.
SALBSaOBN BEST-SILLING RT:'TEiS
ne worm ciancs aonuatable mirror esjcj
asjustea, simpw m coiuHnn.Uon. pee,.
operation, handsome and ornament a
mended and in use by Marshall iw 1 &
Sterol. Omem- Jk Cn ManaM Rmtlin.
Flak & Co.. Dunlap St Co., hatters Tie 1. !
Ana -mo vreuuers. aiso many nots,
tars, barber shops, private resirteaoes. -making,
dental and halrCresstng par -3 i
hteive territory to Rood Dart tee he
9l?ht- Mo MVntvHtlna TUVI. - 1
Clark A. Prentice, owners, 209 and 211 i..ti
tri., iuv whv, i.mcagot in.
AflEKTS W A VPWh Tf T t w CM 'iyg -
tlons far the Western World (mo&thl fc- j '.
m atm. vawi iiiustraiea lamny journa. t
Hahed- lll nlo4t Vv.tA.-t, at.,.
oemmenemg. $39 cash prises for rcA-j
"". .jsTMi van earn f 10 iv per :
blanks, etc Address The Western Wor u,ii
w wire -, -nH5W.
SALESMEN-TRAVELING OR LOCAL
can carry side line make big money hand.
our advertising fans. Retail dea.em -' .
kinds order them on eight Ordinary saeemiJ
are making $36 to $8 weekly during te-auj
nours. we pay tne largest commisalcne aif
make prompt settlements. American 2,ve.
t.. Cincinnati, O.
AGENTS WANTBD FOR THE GRFA1
and most liberal eomMnatlon ever nrred
$3.60 book and a year's subscrlottcn f-ea
one of the beat-known and most p ru ar fori
ny papers puDiianeo. .UDerai com ro islc )
agents. Write for particulars and cip"lla1
western Advertising Cc, 313 Bush at
WANTBD RBLIABLB AGENTS EVERl
where to take orders for our immense sr-
line of medium-priced, genuine male-M --J
okMhing. no capital required 1ut3 f-el
write immediately ror particulars an? c
elusive territory grwing references. Eaa
Tailoring Cc, 212-218 Franklin st , CVrg
AGBNTS XAKB BIG MONEY TAKING CI
dens for six-men medalHon easels rerrod,
from, -any ntcture. bandpome. oooular se2
$1.25 each, commission 80 per cent Send ti
illustrated catalogue, onotgrarti bu
breoehee, belt buckles. Cranley Photo But
Mfg. Co.. Chicago. IN.
WANTBD LIVE AGENTS EVERYWH "
te sell our new gas lamp, a gas plar" br xv
er than electricity: cheaper than ker-en!
hundred-candle light; eent x day fu ly gusjj
anteed, polished braes; retails so big m -J
maker, standard Lamp cc. iuz M.ch.i
AGBNTS ON SALARY OR COMMIION TI
greatest agents' seller ever produced evci
user of pen and Ink buys it on sisht ZOC
500 per cent profit, oue agent's sal&3 am-nrn
to $93) in six days, another $3S in tw hcurf
Monroe Mfg. Co , X 44, La Crosse v iB
AGENTS FOR THE MARVELOt i V N -3
era ting gasoline lamp; newest light Cij
sight, lights instantly with match ns m.
generating wttn aMoitol, torcn etc &usd
lutely 100-cainHe power. Address Pc-fact
Light Cc, 1002 First ave., Seattle. Wast
AGENTS OK SALARY OR COMMISSI
The greatest agents' seller ever Drotfuced
competition. sellB on sight. One agen s caj
amounted to $elO In six days an tier $
two hours. Dunton Mf . Co , A. I , 4.5
W. bldg., Minneapolis. Minn.
A SNAP FOR AOBNTS A BOOK TH4.T
ervbody buys at siftht. "Campaigning in
Philippines." 300 beautiful illustrations G
1st, 2d, and. 3d choice of territory Addi
at once the Jiicxs-juoa TiDHemng o., &q
WK WBLL PRINT YOU MO CARDS ANT
grave your name on a handsome aluxntnvl
eard case ror 30s In quantities. Send oe If
eatatogue- ror return sostage .aineui-aji jr-em
mhh novelty Cc, 1SS Curtis at. Denv
WANTED LODGE ORGANIZERS Sfl
and eemmtasion. continuous income on yet
business, perfection sickness, aocMent deal
insurance. Hoyal Jfraternal Lnion,
WANTBD HIGH-CLAB8 SPECIALTY SALE
men for line of calendars, fane and campa ;
novelties. Handsomest and most cminei
line on market Liberal contract Kent C-r
pany, Ad-r Dept Chicago.
COMPLETE LIFE OF" MOODY BY HIS Si
and Sankey, authorised family edit o- B
profits, outfit free, credit given rretgn; pn.
Send lor outat quick, martin Jje ua-mo i ;
AGBNTS-WHBATON & CO., NEW VZT
ford. Mass.. furruefe practical, up - to - iaS
trade secrets, formulas, etc , for making usl
ful. salable and profttable goods. Write thti
LADY AGBNTS IT YOC WANT THt
money makers, you must have our Hrg"
Bieotrie Corsets and. skirts the standa. fl
20 years. Addreeu Wetfrn Corset Co ,
JUST OUT New Peerless Gasoline La-np ean
est lighted; most satisfactory. KnocKs a, cor
Tietltion- a cents coining money. Peerless Ls.tr
Co.. 250 Railway Exchange bldg St Lou!)
WANTBD AGBNTS EVERYWHEI
Brnwn'n tree mint keens borers, rabbits, 13
eeets away. $4 per day si
leal Co , Btoomtngion, 111.
$4 per oar sure. liiODe i tctb
AOKSfTS START MANUFACTURING SP1
etalti-s on less than $10 ard employ "fj
agents Catalogue free. Laoei wtks, .t
MHVli3H TO SELL IDEAL MP VX
and wringers; other good sellers office 72 4t
RELIABLE AGBNTS WANTED APPI
rmt 23 Humllton building 131 Thlr st
WANTED TO RENT.
WAmrn-TWO HOUSEKEEPING ROfMH
furnished, for two months. In trade for firsj
class upaoisterer wore. Auoro iuumucic
. m.x sn rmr-nw- TMTTVTaTnrr
.. S-4..J a-J wwvfnji firtt Ufrfir hTlC
keeping: central . not to exceed $10. Y li
n.unnIVTO miT TTOnW VABfTI 1
,.i mUImJ mutof-n nmiM In ir.-ittrf lr
tlon. for three or four months. Address E
wjNTen innTBTTRXlffisSD HOUE.
mna. centrally located. West Side Bel
net to exceed $i. H 18, care Oregonlan.
wiwrun-TO RENT A HOUSE AXT ST
We. on Bast Side, near ear ltne N W Roui
tree & Cc, l stant st., cor. oecona
WANTED FURNISHED HOUSE OR ROf Ml
e-mth of stepnens senooi preierrea. iiq'iii
407 East Taylor st.
GENTLEMAN WOULD LDXB ROOM A"n
DOara Ju fnlTaftV in. iff, uatc vice
6 TO 7-ROOM COTTAGE, STATE PRIr
and location. J 11. care wegontan
WVNTED LKWT GOOSE - NECK CN1
horse truck, long bed. narrow track shot
turn, m exchange Mr BaMer city or as
real estate, or gilt-edged, mining stark cr
part payment for plane Address JT A
WANTBD LOAN. PRIVATE PARTY $13
two years, 8 per eent, on modern 8-room sua
urban home; awe lawn, fruit and snrDMr
owner resides on premlees. Address E 19,
WANTBD TO RENT OR LEASE A NaTv
paper plant capable of turning out a eevej
column fono or atx-oolumn quarto, must
reasonable. T 19, care Oregonlan.
SUBURBAN HOMS-HOUSE WITH MOP
Improvementa , 1 to 3 acres; part in fi'-
near car line; must be cheap Address, g
particulars, M K, Oregonlan.
SECOND-HAND COPIES 9CRIBNER S
tury. Atlantic and other standard magazlr
for current year, at Me per copy X 18, ras
WANTBD TO BORROW FOR ONE YEA!
$300; will. pay 10 per cent, good business
ekaxtei security; bo traun. f is, care
WANTED MAX AND WOTS. NO rHILTHFi
ffterotan preferred), $86. ranch. Wasco coua
ty. can z f x.. JMaoay. si aaimon
WANTED $90M OR $800 ON RFStP"V"
property near City Hail, o years per
bo comtntssioo. O 14, care Cregxmiaa.