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THE SUNDAY- OREGQNXaN. PQBLiAND OCTOBER . 22, 1905
All the fine pieces of marble statu
ary of Professor 0. Andreoni will be
offered for sale at auction by S. L.
IT. Giljnan tomorrow,
Monday, Oct. 23d
At 10 A. 3L in the Foreign building,
Pair grounds. O. Andreoni is one of
the most prominent sculptors in Italy,
his studio in Rome -being the Mecca
of all art lovers all over the world,
and it is for the first time in history
that his marbles are to be sold under
the hammer. The exhibitor bas. de
cided to give .a chance to the Port
land people to acquire magnificent
crenuine marbles at their own prices,
rather than to have to pack and ship
' , .. i
inousuiias ol imics uwaj, iu aum
the enormous expense and trouble.
Some fine bronze will also be included
in the sale. Thesale will last only
one day aud will be absolutely with
out reserve, as Mr. (oilman refused to
hold the sale if there were any re
strictions. This sale will appeal to
all lovers of art, and great bargains
will be had. Sale will last all Mon
day onhT. Catalogues at time of sale
and sale commences at 10 A. M.
S. L. IN. GILMAN
Turkish Rags, Etc.
We are instructed by Mrs. William
Goldie (on a'ccoUnt of. departure for Los'
Angeles) to sell by public auction at resi
No. 336 Twenty-Third Street,
Corner of Raleigh Street, on
Wednesday Next Octoher
25th, at 10 o'CIock A. JV1.
BY CATALOGUE) All the elegant fur
nlsblngs. Including, In part, fine Chase
piano; elegant weathered oak furniture
for dining-room and den, specially hand
some, the dining table; buffet; china clos
et; chairs in leather, etc., aro very fine
and of latest design; choice Turkish rugs;
onyx and brass-cabinet; solid inlaid, gen
uine mahogany settee and unique chairs;
taborette and pedestal, all In genuine ma-
hoganj ; Arabian curtains; Persian .rugs;
sofa pillows. Tho reception-hall contains
Turkish rugs; cuckoo clock; marble and
bronze clock; teakwood table, etc. The
"bedrooms, known as the green, blue, red
and brown rooms, aro furnished with
English, solid, all-brass bedsteads; white
hair mattresses: "half-box springs: elegant
genuine mahogany wardrobe, with full
mirror; dressers; commodes; easy chairs;
dressing tables; ."chiffoniers, etc. all In
genuine mahogany and the finest blrdseye
maple: down pillows; velvet rugs; deco
rated china; Brussels rugs; fine wool blan
kes; fine golden oak bedroom furniture.
Including Princess dresser; choice' pictures
as per catalogue; Imported pedestals and
jardinieres; several choice bronze pieces;
Turkish lace nigs, and Brussels stair
carpets. Refer to catalogues for names
and description of valuable picture
which are unique. Mahogany tea table:
silk vclour portieres; palm; rubber plant:
box couch: valuable Austrian pedestal:
jardiniere; inlaid solid mahogany cabinet.
p.aje-giass ncivcs, very Beautiful; rare
Austrian vases from Austrian exhibit.
'hlcago World's Fair; all the kitchen
furniture, laundry, etc.. first-class in every
detail; linoleum; porch furniture; hose.
All of the above-mentioned furniture Is
of the highest grade, and as good as new.
and Mrs. Goldie Is disposing of same only
because she is compelled to go to Callfor
Catalogues arc ready, and can be had at
the auctioneer's office. No. 413 Washing
toa slreeL Telephone, and we will mall
ou one. Or at-residence. No. 336 23d st.
North, corner of Raleigh. House will" be
open to visitors deslringto jtfew the goods
on Tuesday, October 24, from 10 A. M. to
P, M. Kindly keep your catalogue. Sale
Wednesday. October 23. at sharp 10 o'clock
A. M , with the finer goods. We desire-
to Invite special attention to this sale.
S. L. N. GILMAN, Auctioneer.
Tuesday, October 24th, at 10
A. M.. at Rooms No. 413
Household furniture. Including a large
amount of household effects, to be sold
without reserve to close up conditional
sales. Buyers will do well to attend and
S. L. N. GILMAN. Auctioneer.
Thursday and Friday, at 413
Washington Street at 10 A.
M. Each Day, of Household
Furniture of Every Descrip
tion. S. L. N. GILMAN,
Positive Sale Tomorrow,
Monday, at 567 Gllsan Street,
Between 17th and 18th
TAKE 16TH OR S CAR.
"We aro Instructed by Mr. J. Lenox,
who Is returning: to New York, to sell
the neat furnishings ot bis 20-room house,
including -20 Iron beds, springs and mat
tresses: dressers and commode In quar
ter-sawed oak and other woods; toilet
eets; -Brussels and Ingrain carpets; two
dozen oak -dining- chairs; six tables; largo
.assortment of crockery and glassware:
linoleum; lace curtains; steel Davenport
and metallic folding beds; Jewel gas
range and water heater; refrigerator;
household treasure; granlteware. etc
THIS IS A CLEAN AND USEFUL LOT
OP GOODS. Sale tomorrow at 10 o'clock
GEO. BAKER & CO., Auctioneers.
On Tuesday Next
Elegant and most costly furniture,
in fact, as good as can be found in
Portland, all purchased since July
last. The choice pieces were selected
from the stock of Tull & Gibbs, who
carry the highest grade of goods in
GEORGE BAKER & CO. hare received
instructions to sell by auction on Tues
day at their auction-house, corner ot
Alder and Park streets, the handsome
furnishings of residence, comprising:
Elegant reception chairs, in gold frames
and covered-, in embroidered Gros de Lon
-dre: very costly mahogany armchairs in
handsome brocaded French satin tapestry;
high-grade lady's desk in blrdseyo maple;
rge library easy cnatrs ana rocxers in.
real leatner: pretty parior suite in biik
damask: center tables: Arabian lace cur
tains; portieres; Axminster rugs; velvet
carpets; small velvet rugs; couches;
massive brass bedsteads; fine curled hair
and patent felt mattresses; costly Re
naissance lace bed set. with bolster;
large size and handsome dressers in
blrdseye maple and golden oak. WITH
TREBLE FRENCH-PLATE MIRRORS.
chiffoniers to match; Windsor folding
bed: also very pretty cabinet folding bed.
witn- large mirror: dininc-room set in
cludes set of box-seat diners, -with carv
er, all In real leather seats: costly round
table, 52-Inch top buffet, all In the finest
quarter golden oaK; small lot or avi
land plates, etc.: twin-box couch, hair
stuffed, expressly made to order: weath
cred oak desk: piano lamp, with costly
globe: Brldtre-Beach range, with reser
voir and water back; hot-blast heater
and other effects.
THE ABOVE GOODS ARE OF HIGH
ORDER. AND WILL BE ON VIEW
ALL DAY TOMORROW .(MONDAY).
AUCTION ON TUESDAY NEXT, AT 10
GEORGE BAKER & CO., Auctioneers
Auction Sale Thursday Next
Our regular housekeepers' sale for con
slgnments of medium-priced furniture.
carpets and stoves, sent rrom different
parts of the city for positive sale. AT
BAJvJSirS AUCTION HOUSE. SAL.E
PROMPTLY AT 10 A. M.
GEO. BAKER & CO., Auctioneers.
FOR PRIVATE SALE AN IDEAL
HOME IN PIEDMONT. It has large
rooms, and Is ,modern In every particu
lar; must be seen to be appreci&cd.
ALSO TO RENT A fine modern resi
dence in Holladav Addition. Particulars
of the owner, GEORGE BAKER, ALD
ER AND PARK.
A SCHUBACH,' PROP
Residence, 470 Clay Street
Tomorrow, Monday, at 10 A.M.
We have been instructed by Mrs: Palmer
to sell the EXCELLENT furnishings of
her S-room residence. EVERYTHING TO
BE SOLD WITHOUT RESERVE. MASS
IVE OAK EXTENSION TABLE and
SIDEBOARD; fine oak bedroom suits; YY
springs and mattresses; feather pillows.
sheets and comrorts; line oaK wararoDc:
bed lounsre: odd dressers and commodes;
lace curtains and portieres; fine STEEL
RANGE: center tables; rockers; dining
chairs: Brussels and ingrain carpets; toi
let sets: crcckery and granlteware, and
manv other Items. Sale at 10 A. M. sharp
tomorrow, uefi - gooas soia iirsu cw
residence, "0 Clay. street.
u. i-t. rUKU, Auctioneer.
At 211 Firtt Street
Tomorrow at 2 o'CIock P. M.
BALANCE OF FURNITURE FROM
THE LINCOLN HOME.
MAHOGANY CHAIRS. ROCKERS
CHAIRS. ROCKERS. CENTER TABLES
and the l.incom oea. as wen as an tno
EXQUISITE DRAPERIES. RUGS.
PORCH CHAIRS, dressers and commodes.
metal beds, patent springs, fine mat
tresses: ROLLTOP DESK: feather pit
lows, sheets, comforts, white and colored
spreads; fine glassware; quantities of beer
glasses, steins ana oiner saioon glasses;
restaurant crockery, tables, etc; fine toi
let sets: showcase in Flemish oak: GAS
ARC LAMP: cook stoves; heaters: kitch
en treasures, and a thousand and one
Items not mentioned In this list. If you
wish something nice at your own offer,
come to the Portland Auction "Rooms, 211
First st. Sale at 2 P. M. Monday (to
morrow). C. L. FORD, Auctioneer.
At 211 First Street
On Next Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday
Not from choice but forced by the great
quantities of furniture placed in our ware
house, to be sold at public auction, we
are obliged to hold one sale every day this
week, at 2 P. M. we cannot list this
creat variety, and will only say you will
find almost anything and everything you
will requlrs in the housekeeping line.
The salesrooms will be filled to overflow
ing, and EVERYTHING MUST BE SOLD
EACH DAY. All we ask 1b that you take
the goods away as soon as possible. Sales
at 2 i. 3L., at zu. .f irst su rnone .Main
5535. C L. FORD, Auctioneer.
six-room flats, close in: Income
$110 month; only
210-214 Abington, 106 Third St.
LOUIS H. BOLL
PIANO STUDIO. Special carevwlth children.
Parlors v ana iu. iifzt wasningion -ui.
JOHN CLAIRE MONTEITH
Will receive pupils in voice culture, room 32,
Labbe dIock. i'none g.iain oia.
S18 WercMtrr BlecJ
rkeee .Clay 22
BY J. T. WILSON
At Salesroom, 180 First Street
at 10 A. M.
CONTENTS THE JAPANESE TEA
GARDEN. REMOVED FROM; LEWIS
AND CLARK FAIR.
CONTENTS FAIR JAPAN RESTAU
RANT. REMOVED FROM THE TRAIL.
CARPETS, BEDDING. STEEL RANGE.
elc consigned from largo residence.
The furnishings from tea (iAKUti.
comprise bamboo tea tables, stools.
screens, china ware, etc rrom hAiit
JAPAN restaurant comprises 7-FOOT
GAS RANGE, with hood and all the uten
sils: also largo rAULits. wun
complete equipment, dishes, glassware.
tables, cnairs. etc.
Tho housofurnlshings comprise oaK
sideboard, with chlnjSclosct compartment
parlor screen; large bookcase: line ward
robe, with mirrors In doors; tables;
chairs; dressers; commodes: iron beds,
springs aria, mattresses, bedding, pillows;
steel bed couches, with mattresses:
GENT'S wardrobe, with compartments fpr
hats, ties and extras. In addition to abovo
list, we will oner large counter shuiv
CASE, oral front case: steel ranee: cook
stove; heating stoves; toilet, ware; dishes;
carpets; ruga; matungs; ana omer gooos
Great Auction Sale
At Salesroom, 180 First Street
at 10 A. M.
Furniture, bedding, carpets, stoves, etc.
Our sales at salesroom comprise even
article necessary for modern housekeep
ing. We always have a large assortment
for buyers to select from. Not necessary
to itemize. Buyers and dealers will find It
advantageous to. attend our sales. Plenty
of goods lor intending purcnaaers.
At Salesroom, 180 First Street
Corner Yamhill, at 10 A. M.
In order to cloee-consignments and make
room for coming sales, we will dispose of
all the carpets, lace curtains, floor cover
ings, dressers, commodes, toilet ware,
folding beds. Iron beds, bed couches, res
taurant tables and chairs, rockers, pic
tures, dishes, glassware, tin and wooden
ware, stoves, ranges and loads of other
Note Even person that called up Phone
Main 162G last week for us to valuate their
belongings were more than satisfied. We
pay cash for merchandise, house'urnlsh
Ings, etc See
J. T. WILSON. Auctioneer.
Successor to A. J. FARMER
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER,
ISl, 283 and 2S3 Third St cor. Jefferson.
The Big Store !
Prices auoted below will save you at
least 20 per cent: Best dry granulated
sugar (not beet). 100-pound sacks. j.s;
18 pounds test dry granulated sugar (not
beet), jl: beet dry granulated, per sacK,
35.15; 1-pound can Royal baking powder.
40c: 1-Dound can Schilling's baking pow
der, 25c; 1-pound package Arm and Ham
mer soda, be; snredaeo wneat oiseuit.
per package. 10c: 7 nounds clean white
rice. 23c: 13 bans Royal Savon soap. 25c;
hard wheat flour, per sack, 51; best East-
era-hams, per pouna, 14c; picnic- nams,
per pound, 9c; "shredded cocoanut, per
pound, 15c; 5-pound pall best lard. 50ci
10-pound pan best lard. 31 : 20-pound pail
best lard. 5L90: tfest soft-wheat flour, per
ack, SI; Java and Mocha coffee (regular
35C), per pound. -c: 3 pounds broKcn Java
and Mocna (equal to 20c), zc; z cans
Primrose cream. 15c; Tiger cream (regu
lar 10c), per can, 5c: English Breakfast
Tea (regular 25c). pound, 15c; line Gun
powder tea (special), per pound, 15c;
Scotch oats, per package. 10c; Tar soap.
2 bars, 5c; Fels Naptha soap, per
bar. 5c: Postum cereal, per package.
20c; soda crackers. 10-pound box, 50c;
best Cape Cod cranberries, per quart. 10c:
Unceda Biscuit, per package, 5c; Kitchen
brand Parlor Matches (1503 to package),
per dozen. 75c; Lenox brand Parlor
Matches (500 to- box), per dozen. 35c
East Side deliveries Tuesdays and Fri
days. Woodlawn, North Alblna and
PHONE MAIN 403.
Fine, modern 7 -room house,
East 22nd and Wasco, price $3,
600; terms $300 cash, balance
in monthly payments, $30 per
month; .streets improved, sewer
connection, gas and electric
light, cement basements, cement
walk: also nine improved lots in
same location; will be sold cheap,
or -will build house to suit pur
chaser on installment plan.
100x100 on Northrup street
with large 8-room house, nice
Improved farm 12 miles east
of city all in cultivation, sold on
easy terms. Will trade for city
40 lots 50 x 100 on section
line roacj and 44th street. Price
5 acre tract south of reservoir,
on Powell Valley road, $350 per
acre. 10 acres on base line read
Many other bargains too nu
merous to mention.
William G. Beck
307 Failing Building.
Creamery butter OOc
Best creamrv 65c
Good creamery................ -wc
"D&lry butter 4045c
Eggs -' -c
Fresn rancn egg. -
Picnic or cottace ham. 10c
Best sugar cured ham He
lbs. lard (comDound) -15c
Pure lard 50G55c
Chickens for Saturday.
16-lb. geese He
LA GRANDE CREAMERY
264 Tamhlll Street.
Quarter-block. IGth and Thurman: four
Rouses, room tor more; price thourands leas
than others In same vicinity.
Quarter-block. 17th and. Northrup; perfect
for fiats or apartment-house: cheap.
Quarter-block, rood Income; right In most
popular location for rapid advance. I see
$10,000 profit in this In-a short time.
Brick building paying 12 per cent: on frac
tional lot In heart of heavy business- district..
One lot on 13th-st. switch between Gllsan
and Hoyt: rents $720 per annum.
I can supply Any reasonable demands of
inyestor or speculator.
IL M.tVILBUR. 300 M'KAY BLDG. .
$500. $1000. $15M. $2090. 500 on good real
security, one or two years. 6 to 7 per cent.
GEO. P. LENT. 303 Morrison.
i Rent Receipts j
" The contest is on. Which shall win? J
! FIRLAND !
Portland's foremost residence sub
urb, points the way to certain de
feat for the pernicious rent-paying
How many of the former precious
documents could you have pur
chased with the money your bunch
of worthless rent receipts repre
sent? Get down to facts and figures,
and you will find you could havft
bought a couple of nice homes with
the money you have paid for rent.
Is outgrowing all other suburbs.
Many ex-renters now located in
In their own cozy homes bought
with money formerly paid to land
don't wait; Invest now.
Grow and your property Increase In
MR. RENTPAYER stop hoarding
the expensive, hut worthless, rent
Which will It be; a deed or
a bunch of rent receipts?
The residents of FIRLAND enjoy
every convenience; best water; best
car service (fare 5c): 30 minutes
from city: streets graded.
Take Mt. Scott car and ride to
FIRLANDJffd.Sy--Agent o"h ground,
rain or shine. He will show you
over-the property and explain our
$3 Down and S3 a Month
NOW IS THE TIME.
Take Mt. Scott car at First and
GEO. W. BROWN
203 Failing Bldg. Phone Main 2123.
ROBT. A. TAYLOR,
Office. Flrland Station.
Residence, choice block on Everett
Residence, choice 5i block
Residences two, corner on Flanders
TTesitlence, choice corner Marshal
These and others
253 Washington, Corner Third St.
Look This Up
Quarter block close to business
center at a very attractive figure. No
other property in the locality offered
for sale. Apply to Collins Land Co.,
307 Stearns Bldg., 6th and Morrison.
iiYwirn rornsr. 11 rcr cent net In
SOxlOO. partly Improved 15,
Corner, unimproved, over two lota.. 9.0CO
First sL. brick, near .Morrison.
S er cent net..
4 flats. 10th. j near Morrison;
rents $160 tier iontu.-
100x100. 10th, cor. Flanders;
rents $S3 per montli.
Q)xl0V16Ui st.; rents ;$11S per
Xob Hill lot: snap.
E. J. DALY, 222 Eaillnfl Bfdg
$2500 Quarter block, full view ot rivers
and mountains; superb building site; 17th
VAN 'SV- ANDERSON,
201 McKay Bide.
sar 7d and lauicon sis.
3l Washington st.
C. H. KORELiIj.
The Shaw-Fear Compaay has a MMber of
btalBcivi properties la the mot favored basl
BfM district for sale, which pre pert lea are
not desiccated herein, oviag to the cgh
fldeatlal relations sustained with the ewa
era. who. do not care to haTe them referred
to, or prices quoted, except to those really
Jb earnest about pnrchalBK. Those seekiBK
such sabstaattal lnvesUneBts prefer te da m
quletlr and without the kaowledjce of the
public. Hrace the method s&jncested shoald
appeal to the Investor who seeks to place his
raoaex where he cant enjoy the maximum of
safety- tutd permanent Income combined. It
saeald also be hhthlj satisfactory to the
owner who has his property for sale, and
who does not want It cheapened by betas
Indiscriminately offered here and there.
Call or write for Information.
We hare other bnslaes properties for sale
at reasonable prices, such a
Good 2-story and basement brick balldlaic
on Union ave.. and 40x100 ground, for $7366.
BuHdlar alone cost more.
Quarter block on 1st sU, rent T2Nt for
Quarter block on 6th t.. tra.eee.
Other business properties, close la, from
$49,909 to $75,000.
A-room house, modern, furnace, etc., let
MxlOO. South rortland. $3M.
8-rooa house, new. furnace, fireplace, lane
attic, etc.: well located. West Side; f3M;
ewlr remodeled bouse. 8 rooms, basement.
furnace, modern. 11 lots, larjre orchard, flae
suharban heme, on car line. Portland
HehrbU: $10,000: half on easr payments.
arge "-room house, modern, arranged far
two families, renting: for 13 per month, .on
Williams are- for 3000 If sold by ovem
jtto hctt o-room nouoes on r-ani .uhib,
modern, lots -10x100 each. $2390 and 52756,
Good o-room bouse and lot oa Mason St..
Pine bulldlar site. 100x100. cor. 18th and
E. Anlcenr, 83SOO.
109x100, H-block from car, Portland
Helrhta: balance block with flae residences;
cheapest lots oa Height. $1 830.
B. ja. BARK, aiaaajrer City Froperurs,
We have choice tracts of 1. 2, 4, 5 and 10
; on car line, near city, fine soil, at
prices ranging from JR5 to 8200. TJiese arc
for borne or substantial Investments and
'will double la Tslue In few years.
We also have some of the best located land
oa the Peninsula we can sell la tracts. Call
We have rrala farms, stock farms, hop
farms, vegetable farms, fruit farms, in. all
'desirable localities within 100 miles of Port
land, some of the very best oa the market.
Call for Information, or write for such and
list of properties.
We solicit rental properties, both bahaes
and residence. surlng owners they will
have ejmtest attention.
We hVre for rent ttro new nouses and sew
ud modern fiat, Eaat Side, S35 and S27.50.
THE SHAW-FEAR COMPANY
245i STARK ST.
In the conduct of Its great variety ot
business, offers unusual facilities to Its
clients, who are looking for city proper
ties. Our list of Improved and vacant lots
is extensive, and suited to the needs of
Being on the west side of the river and
convenient to tho city. Is attractive to
many. On Corbett st., we are offering
beautifully located lots for 5300. $600 and
Beautiful Evans Addition
On the Cast Side, only 12 minutes' ride
from center of business. Lots afford ex
cellent view of river and hills. Only 55GO
to JSCO each, with all Improvements made.
Property, of which we have owned a large
amount, has been entirely sold, but we
have other choice lots in vicinity of Penin
sula for ISO each and up, at $5 cash and $3
Portland's Choice Suburb
Is owned largely by us, and It Is earning
a reputation xor its well-built, comfort
able homes. All lots are 100 feet square.
and each one a corner. It lias excellent
car service, convenient school facilities.
good store; Its green trees and pure air
make life, here a pleasure. These lots in
"Woodstock are 5250 each: 510 cash and 510
monthly, with 6 per cent Interest. Our.
terms for building homes are the most
favorable to be found in the city.
See our large list of property for sale.
roftiai irust- uompany 01 uregon
100 THIRD STREET.
LOTS 10c A DAY
Go out and see. Take ML Scott car at
First and Alder sts., and a delightful ride
or 2o. minutes win mnu you in me miuac
of these bargains. .
Every convenience In Evelyn; heat. wa
ter; best car service, etc.
Come out Sunday or weekday and be
Office. Evelyn Station.
FOR SALE. AT
Portland's prettiest suburb, on the ML
Scott car line.
A new, modern
"Larsre lot. a cozy home, with beautilul
One-thousand-dollar proposition tor
Office. Evelyn Station.
Take Mt. Scott car. First and Alder sts.
30x100. with 4
houses of live
bath In each:
cholco location on North 19th st. Rentals
about $70 per montn, U. a. ivui.ijL,.
Fractional lota In Doscher'a Second Ad
dition. ?ortn Fortlana; easy terms.
SlieS Corner lot. 17th and Madison.
$1M H -block. N. 21th st.; easy terms. .
S28W 34 acres. 18 acrts under plow, near
$3660 30x100. S-room house. Quimby st-
$39&0 30x100. 8-room modern house, i.iay
st. Don t rail to see mis.
S323& East-front lot. 11th. near Harrison.
5 Corner and new modern 8-room
house, Vaughn and Factory. rortn Port
land. KMQ New. modern home on 21st st., Nob
ISeeeU -block. 21th and Pettygrove.
$5690 3GvixlOO. modern 10-room house on
Marshall. nar 20th at.; $2000 cash. Balance
to suit. 1
SUM Sightly 3-btoclc 22d and Johnson.
Sj6,(w N. 17th St., property renting ior
saeee Beautiful, new. modern home oa Irv
ing, near 24th: mov right in.
51 7.00 S Corner. SOxuO. on 1st st. v
$18,e Brick building, close in, paying
$18,569 U-block with ntw houses In
North Portland; rent 5183 per month.
TVe offer for sale & beautiful and sightly
home on 25th and Johnson. There are about
2H lots with new ll-room dwelling, built
after the latest design and Is now ready
The most desirable building site In Port
land, surrounded by palatial homes with an
unobstructed view of our famous mountains;
the only exclusively high-class residence
property supplied with bltullthlc streets, ce
ment sidewalks. Bull Run water, sewer and
gas laid .to each lot. Take Washington
street car to City Park and get off at Park
avv. For plats and prices call on or address.
OVER THE RIVER
f350-Two lots in Lincoln Park.
?3e0 Two lot in Cook's Addition on the
hill above the car shops.
S600 3 lots In Lincoln Park.
70 Corner lot, item's Addition, near la
man & Poulaen mill; easy term.
1839 Corner lot. K. 11th and Hancock.
$90 50x100 and 0-room, house. Starr, near
Kussell St.. Lower Alblna; easy terms.
Sieeo Two corner lots. E. 20th, running
from Weldler to Broadway.
S1069 10 -acres. O. Yf. P. Railway, near
$ltG05-room cottage, 833 E. llth North.
S1130 COxlOO, E. Taylor, near 23d st.
S12ee-fl0s200. E. Sth. near Brooklyn st
S1350 Lot on Williams ave.. near Broadway.
SitiW a-room modern cottage In aunnyiiae.
rentinc for S 17.30 ner month.
51168 Corner lot. 2 cottages. E. 15th and
.iuworth: renting for S21.
SriOOO No. 402 Magnolia ave., "Woodlawn:
partly furnished. Don't fall to see this.
5239633x100 and two houses, 404 and 460
E. 8th: rent 523 per mouth.
52160 Nice modern borne on Stanton st.
S230O Corner and modern cottage. E. 12th
and Tillamook sts.
$23603 lots, southeast corner of 17th and
Tillamook: best buy in Irvlngton.
$286053x100. new. modern home In Irving
ton: don't fall to see this.
$203950x100. Modern 7-rootn house, 121 E.
10th. near Gllsan.
$28392 lots, lath, bet. Belmont and Tay
1380030x100 and 0-room modern house.
495 commercial st upper Aiuiaa.
S3G0O 3 acres facing Woodstock car. at
Kelly ave.. worth 54000.
3369 Quarter-block. 2d and Wasco.
$3630 Nice modern S-room house, E. Coueh
st.: easy terms.
S310U Corner and 0-room house and barn.
E. Sth and Halsey. Itolladaya Addition.
S33 00 2 new cottages. 34th St., Sunnyside;
will sell separately.
S40CO 10 acres highly Improved, beat of soil.
high and sightly; amwaukie; part of tnu
Henncman property: near Oregon City car.
S4WJO 33x100 and up-to-date modern b-room
house and attic, close In on E. Ash.
$466030x100 and modern home, E. Madison
$1200100x100 and one ot the most desirable
homes in Piedmont: 11 rooms.
S4399 U-block. E. 2d and Holladay ave.
$4600 U-block. Qrand ave. and Hassalo st.
The Star Farm Just east of Multnomah
Hall on Section Line Road, consisting of
40 acres. 20 acres highly Improved, an up-to-date
house with stone foundation. large
barn, and all kinds of fruits and berries.
Will sell as whole or divide.
$4756 About one acre. E. 3d and Stephens
ts.. 50O feet railroad frontage; win trsMe
for St Paul or Minneapolis property.
$36003 acres highly improved, plenty ot
bearing fruit, modern new a-room house,
new barn, windmill, Kelly ave.. near Wood
stock car. Wilt exchange for bouse and
lot on East or West Side.
GRINDSTAFF & SCHALK
201 Stark Street.
TELEPHONE MAIN 382.
65,000 "Washington street.
8,000100x100 ortb 17th street.
5,600170x100 Thurman street.
30,000 Two-story brick, Front
street, good location, 10 per
10,000 Three-story bnck, Lnion
avenue, near Burnside. resi
2,750 Comer lot and six-room
house. East Ninth street;
centrally located, easy terms
1,600 100x100 East Salmon street.
Improved street and sewer
age, gas and water.
16 Choice lots suitable for flats
near east approach to
1,500 Lot and five-room house.
New; Montavilla. Install
ments. 900 House and lot, Oakdale Ad
dition, on installments.
Five and ten-acre tracts on
0. W. P. & R. R. line. Easy
LAMBERT, WHITMER & CO
107' and 108 Sherlock Building and
404 East Aider Street.
15th and East Washington
Up-to-date 8-room nouse. Appiy u. .weiveen.
104 E. 12th st. I'none J-aat iiu
$10,000 Nob Hill
19-room house on best residence street.
This house Is In excellent reftalr. modem.
and especially . weu-arrangea ior emur-
. talnlng: lot COxICO.
201 McKay Building.
KGflo One-half block, with 100 feet front
age on railroad. n ,
$16,50050x200, Improved, paying over 11
W. O. AUUXuLmU. J.O'.tj jiorrxaon ai.
5000 Corner with 3 houses, brln&lns
jrood interest, in a. location where values will
double Inside 2 years. tr
F. FUCHS. 140 FIRST.
0x100 an- six
room house on
East Sth. near
Oak at. Close
In and very central.
C. H. KORELL, 251
FOR SALE BY
Room 3, C. of C.
Telephone Exchange 20.
$12,000 Elegant 12-roo.m house on the Tet
Side, in best location; finished in hard
wood. A bargain.
$7500 Elegant house, best residence part oZ
West side. r.Qxl00-feot lot. with modern
$6000.': acres of land, highly improved, with
modern tt-room house; cost $2300: all
necessary outbuildings; plenty ot fruit
and berries: within 5 minutes walk of
Mt. Tabor car tine.
$GG0O dootl modern S-room house, with 100
X100. on one of the best corners In Irv-
$4700 Nw modern 7-room house, on vka'eo
st.. Holladay Park, beauuruuy nnisncu
throughout ; nne lawn.
$4300100x100. on tire southwest corner or
12th and E. StarK sts.. wun u-o'
house; easy walking distance to center of
$1000 S-room modern house. 30xl00-foot lot.
on E. Burnslde. between -uin ann u
sts. A fine location and good surround
ings. $3230 30xl00-ft. lot on the southeast corner
of E. 10th and Schuyler ats.. wun new.
modern 0-room house: streets improved
and cement sidewalks.
$2900 Modern 0-room house, fireplace and
other modern Improvements; ouxiuu ieei.
In Irvlncton on E. 13th st.
$2730 C-room house. 50xl00-fL lot. on Lar-
rabee sL; fine view of city and river.
$2730 For a modern 0-room dwelling on
lot 33 1-3x07 feet, near the corner or zisc
and Vaughn sts.; terms, $230 cash and
525 per month.
$2700 New 7-room house. 30xl00-foot lot.
with alley, within two blocks of Thomp
son School, in Central Alblna.
$2700 C-room modern house with gas fix
tures and all modern conveniences, on thf
corner of E. 31st and Couch sts., in Haw
ihorne'a First Addition; terms $000 cash
and $23 per month.
$2630 S-room house, almost, new. with lot
33 1-3x07. on the southeast corner of 2ist
and Wilson sts.; terms, $000 down and
$25 per month.
$2230 0-room house. COxlOO-foot lot. nar
corner 20th and E. Salmon sts,; small
payment down and monthly Installments.
$2000 C-room house. 25xG7-foot lot. on West
Side on Hall st.. near llth: within easy
walking distance to center of cltv: house
pow renting for $20 per month.
$2000 New 0-room house. SOxlOO-foot lot. on
E. 17th St.. bet. Clinton and Division:
house now rented for 5 IS per month; easy
$2000 C-room house. 30xl00-foot lot, on
Waverly-Woodstock car line, near 16th
St.: house now rented for $IS per month.
$2000 For new 0-room house on E. 16th st.,
near Division: will sell on easy terms.
$1500 8-room house, with basement, hot and
cold water, bath and all modern con
veniences. 30x1 00-foot lot, on E. 26th,
near Clinton Kelly School.
VACANT BUILDING LOTS
$230000x100 on northwest corner of Union
' ave. and Tillamook st.; good location for
$2000 100x100 on the southeast corner of E.
14th and Tillamook sts.: nne location for
$2230 to $2500 For several One lots on Over
ten and Northrup sts.: good surrounding));
streets fully Improved. .
$275 to $500 For ten lots in Lincoln Park
Annex, near Union ave.; streets graded
$223 to $300 For S lots in Central Alblna.
within a few blocks of the Thompson
$425 to $700 For 20 lots in South Sunny -side;
this property it on the south side
of Hawthorn) ave.. bet. 33d and 31th.
streets graded and sidewalks; overy lot
2 feet above grade. This Is one of the
most desirable tract on the market.
Terms. $30 cash and $10 per month.
SAQfin Buys corner..- with two good
T-O.UU dwellings thereon.UrlnKlns: In
$50 per month: good location, sure to keep
CIEKfin Buys business corner, with
wluuUU good improvements, iu fine lo
cation, bringing income of $162.50 per
month. Any one having money to invest
and wanting a good, safe bargain, should
COfinnn Buvs S0-foot frontage on Front
dZUUUU street, covered with three-
storv brick. Iensed to responsible tenants
for $2100 per yeaf ; a safe, good Investment.
OOOenn Buys 50-foot frontage on Front
dZZQUU street, with' two-story brick
buildlntr near Washington streeL Rent
ing for $2100 per year. This Is a good In
COflfinn Buys choice quarter block on
OuUUUU Gllsan street. This Is sure to
be a money-maker, as It will greatly In
crease In value. Low rentals can be in
creased. (irnnn Buys quarter block on Sixth
dOUUU street, covered with three-
story new brick building. "Will bring good
rental, ana sure to increase in vaiue.
Other irood bargains In business or resi
dence property. If you want good prop
erty be sure and call upon
CHARLES K. HENRY
273 Stark Street. '
On the west slope of Mount Tabor,
between Hawthorne avenue and East
Lincoln street, very sightly, fine view,
attractive homes already erected and
occupied; lots 100x120, easy terms.
ROUNTREE & DIAMOND
241 Stark St., Comer Second.
Half block on 13th st.; good brick ware
house; paying 8 per cent net on asking
price. Also, a vacartt quarter block on 13th st
For prices and terms, call on .
Knapp & IYIackey:
Room 2. Chamber of Commerce.
Two beautiful lots, near
23d st.; a choice location,
where It Is -dlfllctilt to
find Rood property. This
will be sold at once for
the price mentioned.
10D THIRD STREET.
PARRISH, WATKINS & CO.
AND LOAN AGENTS.
230 ALDER STREET.
33 1-3x50. close In, excellent neighbor
hood; sufficient for two fiats. Don't mlsa
this snap. Address O 3. Qregonian.
"With good 10-room
Viv SpftQ house. Fine location,
11 X l I facing on Barnes road.
Calvary Cemetery: short distance from
city: price, $3000; onlv $1000 cash: balance
easy terms. C. H. fcORELL, 251 Washington.