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THE SUXDAY OREGOXIAX, PORTLAND, JANUAHY 14, lJHrff.
RIGHTTO GRANT FRANGHISE
nESTS WITH COUXTV CO.MMISSION-
EltS, SAYS ATTORNEY-GENERAL.
Clark County ProeCHtlHg Attorney
. Say Franchise to Car Company
AV1I! Not Bcncflt the People.
OLVMPIA Wash.. Jan. 33. (Spe
cial.) County commissioners may
grant electric or other railways the
right to use the public roads of the
county. In the opinion of the Attorney
General. The opinion was given In re
sponsc to a request from Clark County
where the Commissioners, according
to the Prosecuting: Attorney, are about
to grant a 50 years franchlso to the
St. Helens Public Service Company, to
construct ana operate an electric rail
way on certain county roads, with the
further right to sunbstitute other mo
Prosecuting Attorney W. TV. Sparks
expresses the opinion that the issuance
of the franchise will not be for the
benefit of the whole people.
Ilangc Free From Disease.
MONUMENT, Or., Jan. 13.-(Spccial.')
George Irvin. of Monument, was appoint
oa btock Inspector for Grant County at
the recent session of the County Court.
Mr. Irvin was Inspector two years ago.
and presented a petition with almost 300
signatures for reappointment. William
Hall, the retiring Inspector, reports that
stock on the range Is quite free from dls
case, and the sheep are doing unusually
well In every -part of the county.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND. Jan. 13. Maximum tempera
ture, .10 dcg.; minimum, 40. River reading
at S A. IL, 5.2 feet; change In past 24 houri;
rls. 0.5 of a foot. Total precipitation, I
I-. M. to 5 P. M.. 0.41 of an Inch; total lnce
September 1, 1005, 18.09 Inches; normal.
22.45 Inches; deficiency, 3.40 Inches. Total
Minshlne January 12. ' 190C. 1 hour and
minutes; possible. 8 hours and A 8 minutes,
PACIFIC COAST WEATHER.
v 3 m
S Sg Wind. E
STATIONS 5 i3c 2. :r j
o o j.
3 3. a
Baker City :'0.00; 4'SE
Hlsmarclc '22 0.00 4 N
J?fiM ttS'O.OO 12ISE
Jfolena... 'M T t 4W
Kamloops, B. C. .. ."!40.00..
N-orth Head '4R 0.0i;'20LS
I'oeatollo '34' T ! OfSE
I'ortlnnd no'O.Oll 4'E
Rd niuir ;r.o,o.s2i 4!nw
Roseburg 44l0.l0j 4XB
Sacramento rS 0.70 18. R
Salt Lak City 1400.30,12 -S
San Francisco ir.S!0.4rt!20:sw
Spokane '.ISjO.nij 4'SE
Seattle . (48 O.fKI'lOjSE
Taloosh lland U0f0.Mll2 W
Walla Walln 48'0.00i 0SE
The Gtorm yesterday over Vancouver Is
land Is advancing slowly southeastward. It
has caused Keneral rains In the Pacific States
and snow In the lnter-mountaln states. The
following hlsrh winds are reported: North
Head. 40 miles south; Portland. 28 miles
i-outhwest; Sarramento. 30 miles south.
Storm southwest warnings are still dis
played at all seaports In the North Pacific
States, as It Is expected that the winds will
continue hlRh and susty from. 12 to 24 hours
longer. The conditions are .favorable for
rain Sunday in Western Oregon and Western
W.afihlnjcton and for rain or snow In the east
ern portion of these Mates and in "Idaho.
, WEATHER FORECASTS.
Forecasts made at Portland for the 2S
hours ending at mldnlffht, January 14;
Portland, and vicinity Rain. Fresh south
to -west breeze.
Western -Oregon and Western Washington
Rain. Freh south to west breeze In the
Interior and fresh southwest gale along the
Eastern OrcROn. Eastern Washington and
Idaho Rain or snow. Fresh nouth to west
CLASSIFIED AD. RATES.
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keeping Rooms." "Situations Wasted." IS
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cents; 21 to 25 words. 5 cents, etc. No dis
co ant for additional Insertions.
UNDER ATX OTHER HEADS, except
"New Today," SO cents for IS words or lessj
1C to 20 words, 40 cents: 21 to 25 words, SO
ceats. etc. first laserttoa. Each additional
insertion, one-half: bo further discount un
der obo month.
"NEW TODAY (raure measure agate), IS
cents per line, first Insertion: 10 ceats per
line for each additional Insertion.
ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS, ad
dressed eare The Oregoalan. and left at this
office, should always be Inclosed la sealed
envelopes. No stamp is required on such
The Oregonlan will not be responsible tor
en on la advertisements taken through tha
PORTLAND CAMP TBAM. NO. 107. W. O.
W., will jive a danclne party on Tuesdav
evening next. January 16, In the Western
Academy of Music hall. Second and Morrison
EUREKA COUNCIL. No. 204, K. and L. OF
F. will give a whist party and refreshments,
dancing afterward, tomorrow evening. Audi
torium. Admission 35 cents.
ASTRA CIRCLE'S shirtwaist party will bo
given Thursday, January IS, In the East Side
W. O. W. Hall. COMMITTEE.
PORTLAND CIRCLE, NO. 53. WOMEN
OF WOODCRAFT, will give a whist party
noxt Tuesday evening, January 1C, Allsky
Hall. Refreshments; admission 35 cents.
..MEMBERS OF WILHELM TELL LODGE,
u . - D- H- s- are requested to attend
uie funeral of our late brother. Josef Sabel.
Funeral wlll take place from his late resi
dence. 1,4 Meade at., at S:30 A. M.. Montfay.
January 15. 3006.
-ttr ..JUJP,LPH FRANZEL. President.
W. WALLER; , Secretary.
List your REAL ESTATE with us.
We will SELL It.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES HOUSES
Scott & Upton. 413 Columbia bldg.
OLD GOLD. JEWELR1. BOUGHT, MADE
over, exchanged; diamonds, precious stents,
loose and mounted: watcher Jewelry, re
paired. Uncle Myers, Jeweler. 143 3d-Alder
SOME FIRST-CLASS MINING STOCK AND
cash for email bouse and lot near car lint.
O 46. Oregonlan.
AN IMPROVED LOT ON EAST SIDE; GOOD
localIts Call SPS E. 8th st. N. Phone
Fred Werterdal, 217 Or'g'n bldg. Graduate
Stockholm; massage and Swedish movement.
Interest can be obtained by an investment
of Jlo.500. of which 55500 can remain on
mortgage at 6 per ccnL The property
consists of 100x100 feet, with Ave dwellings
and situated on 21st st. N. and close in.
f CAfl r51100 reet- lth flat, on Col
4jUU lose sL Hents Hi Per month.
ftft iceU wIth two dwellings.
JOjUU 0nh st- Rents J55 per
F. V. Andrews 6 Co
131 Third St,
Fractional lot with two front-
iges. on Twenty-third, near
. ashlnrton. WHITircn wrmv.
TKEE, 418 Ablngton bldg.
TROEGER In this city. January 13. IS.
Charles F. Tropcer. aged 45 years. Funeral
REED In this city. January 13. 1906. Henri
etta Carrin, youncest daughter of James
S. and Mary Corinne Reed, aced 16 year.
ITINERA I NOTDTE5.
REED In this city. January 13. 1!K. Henri
etta Catgill. youngest dauphter of Jame S.
and Mary Corinne Reed. Funeral will take
place from Trinity Church. Monday morn
ing, January 15. at 10:30 A. M. Services
at grave private.
FOHRER January 12. 1B0G, Mary Fohrer.
aned 45 years. Friend are respectfully In
vited to attend the funeral Services which
will be held at Holman's chapel, corner Sd
and Salmon sts.. at 2 P. M.. Sunday, Janu
ary 14, 3006. Interment Lone Fir Ceme
tery. SAB EL, Friends and acquaintances are re
spectfully Invited to attend the funeral
services of Joseph SabeL which will be
held at the St. Lawrence Church, cor. 3d
and Sherman sts.. at 0 A. M.. Monday,
January 15. Interment, Mt. C&U-ary Ceme
BOORN In this city at 230 Beech st. Jan
uary 12. 180G. Caroline Boom, aced 04
years and 11 months, beloved mother of
Mrs. A. H. Boyian. The funeral will take
Place from the residence Sunday afternoon.
January 14. at 2 o clock. Friends respect
fully invited. Interment at Lone Fir
M'CARTHT In this cits-. January 33. IPOS.
Thomar McCarthy, asred 32 ears. Funeral
will take place from Dunndnc. McEnteo &
Gllbauch's chapel, 7th and Pine sts.. alon
day. Jan. 15, at 1:30 P. M.. thence to tb4
Trinity Episcopal Church. 10th and Ever
ett sta.. at 2 P. M., where funeral service
will be held. The remains will be crcamted.
LARSON In this city. January 32. 190G. at
the family residence. 510 N. 24th St.. Clar
ence R., Infant son of Louis and Amand
Iarson, aged 4 months and 14 days.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
Invited to attend the funeral services,
which will be held at the above, residence
at 2 P. M. today. Interment. Lone Fir
KING In this city. January 13. 3005, at the
residence of her daughter. Mrs. C MaRoe.
15 North 0th st., Harriett King, aped 74
years. 8 months and 3 days, widow of the
late. Jerome Klntr, beloved mother of Mm
C. Magee. Mrs. 11. Murtha. Philip. Ben and
Mark King. Friends are respectfully In
vited to attend the funeral services, which
will be held at the above residence at 2
P. M.. Monday. January 15, 3000. Inter
ment Lone Fir Cemetery.
J. P. FINLEY SON Panrral directors
and embaJmeri, No. 261 Sd sL, cor. Madison.
Day or night calls promptly attended. Ex
perienced lady assistant when desired. Of
fice of County Coroner. Phone Mala 9.
DUNNING. MTENTEE GILBAUGH. Scc
eessors to Donnlns- & Campion, Hndertakwi
and rrab aimers; modern In every detail: 7th
and Fine. Theae Mala 430. Xady aMlstaat.
EDWARD no LSI AN CO Undertaker and
erabalmers. have moTed to their aeir bulld
lae. Third and Salaaea. Lady asslstaat
Telephone No. 07.
DUNNING. Undertaker. 4U East
Lady assistant. Telephone East 02.
ZELLER-BYRNES CO Undertakers. Em
bauaers. 273 Rnssell. East 1088. Ladr aas't.
TONSETH & CO.. florists. Artistic floral
designs. 123 6th st. Phone Main 5102.
New Auction Rooms
N. W. Cor. Second and Salmon
J. F. 6 J. D. GOODE, Auctioneers
Of Piano. Household Furniture. 8feH Range,
Domestic Sewlnc Machine. llruvls
Carpets etc., of B-room Cot
tace at 412 Rut-wll St.
Monday, Jan. 1506
at 10 A. M.
Without reserve, on account of family
returning East, we -Rill sell at public auc
tion, on the premises, 412 Russell L. on
Monday. Jan. ir. all the furniture and
equipment of a 6-room cottage, consisting.
in pari, oi one ww piano; one steel range,
cost $45; one $30 Brussels carpet; one Do
mestic sewing machine, good as new; one
heater: one extension table; beds, springs.
maiiresses, DianKCis, piuow cases, all
kinds of beddings; dining chair.-;, rockers,
parlor chairs, kitchen safe, dishes: 32
vols. HISTORY OF NATIONS OF THE
WORLD: portieres, lace curtains, etc.
EVERYTHING GOES WITHOUT RE
SERVE. J. F. & J. D. GOODE. Auctioneers.
215 Second sL. cor. Salmon.
Auction Sales at Auction Rooms Tuesday.
Thursdays and haturdayn nt 10 A. M.
We buy any thine- vou have to anil nnri
sell anything you want to buy.
NEW AND SECOND-HAND FURNI
TURE AT MUCH LESS THAN FURNI
TURE DEALERS' PRICES.
PHONE PACIFIC 493.
Portland Auction Rooms
A SCHUBACH, Proprietor.
EVERY DAY AT 2 P. M.
In these sales we will sell endless va
rieties, styles and qualities of FURNI
TURE and HOUSEHOLD GOODS. MOD
ERN .AND ANTIQUE, received by us
lrom ALL PARTS OF THE CITY, to be
sold at auction In our salesrooms. 211
First sL EVERYTHING SOLD WITH
OUT RESERVE.' We have at present one
hish-grade piano: one antique sideboard,
a beauty; two 5xC-foot French plate mir
rors; 50 bedroom suits, ranging from the
cheapest to the best; gas ranges; gas wa
ter heaters; couches; chiffoniers: laces;
curtains: 500 new pictures, these are high
class works of art: ONE SET OLD BLUE
CHINA WARE: new and second-hand
cook stoves: brass-trimmed metal beds
mantel beds: sanitary steel couches: ma
hogany upholstered parlor pieces; dining
chairs; rockerB; center tables: musical In
struments: milliners: theatrical supplies:
kitchen and laundry utensils: garden
tools, eta. etc It Is Impossible to list all
the different items we receive to be sold
at AUCTION WITHOUT RESERVE at
OUR SALESROOM. 211 FIRST STREET
SALES AT 2 P.,M. SHARP. EVERY
AFTERNOON. EXCEPT SATURDAY.
C. L. FORD. Auctioneer.
ON TUESDAV NEXT
3Irs. Ogleby has consigned her furniture
and -carpets for positive sale at
Corner of Alder and Park, Including nice
parlor upholstery: solid oak .dining-room
furniture; glass and crockery: all-brass
and Iron beds; hair and felt mattresses:
real mahogany and maple dressers, with
very large French plate mirrors; good
carpets: Axrainster and body Brussels
rugs; gas range and kitchen outfit.
On view tomorrow. Monday. SILH
TUESDAY NEXT. -AT 10 A. M?
GEO. BAKER & CO.. Auctioneers.
ON THURSDAY- JS EXT
Our regular sale day for funlturc. carpets
and household goods. Consignors will
llnd this sale a good place to dispose of
their surplus furniture. We accept any
household goods if clean and salable, but
Junk we do not accept on any considera
tion. Sale at 10 o'clock.
GEO. BAKER &, CO.. Auctioneers.
Second-St. hoice Corner
Very choice corner on North 2d sL: In
come noyr over $150 per month; can easily
be made to bring over $200 per month.
Here Is a great bargain. Call for par
ticulars, TAFT & CO.- .
276 Stark SL, Chamber "of Commerce.
By J. T. Wilson
At Salesroom, 180 First Street,
at 10 A. M.
On this day we will dispose of ten pieces
ol oiraseye mapie. comprising upholstered
settee, three chairs, ladv's dresser and
commode, one stand, bedstead and other
cnoice pieces. The oak dining-room effects
comprise lovely sideboard, with French
plate mirrors: round extension table, with
box-seat chairs and carver: a fine assort
ment of rockers and chairs; bamboo .fur
niture; select iron oeds in appropriate
tlntings; costly oil paintings: portieres
ana ihco curtains; puiows: Ocddlng; fold
ing beds; lounges and couches; box couch:
kitchen tables: treasures: dishes? pI-im.
ware and utensils: steel and gas ranges;
oiuvcs; .Brussels carpets, rugs,
mattings and floor coverings, etc
The Entire Furnishings of the
Witch Hazel Rooming
house Gigantic Sale 100 Rooms, Cor
ner Front and Madison,
Starts at 10 A. M.
Having Instructions from the owner,
Mrs. Hammcrsly. we will sell the- entire
furnishings of this large house, compris
ing 100 dressers, 100 commodes, 100 beds;
all the rockers, chairs, carpets, mattings,
rugs, pillows, quilts, sheets, bed covers,
toiletware, lace curtains, hall and stair
carpets, tables, stoves and all other equip
ments throughout this large house.
J. T. "WILSON, Auctioneer.
At the J. T. Wilson Salesroom,
180 First Street, at 10 A. M.
This Fale comprises a fine assortment
of PARLOR FURNITUREL settees,
couches, chairs, tables and rockers, etc.:
DINING-ROOM equipments, extension
tables, chairs, sideboard, dishes, glass
P'rturcs. rugs, floor coverings, etc;
BEDROOM SUITS, dressers, commodes,
toiletware, bedding, pillows, etc.; kitchen
furniture. treasures, safes. utensils.
?n!2;.si0,vc' etc-i CARPETS, RUGS,
MATTINGS, etc '
On the Premises, 169 Sell
wood Street, Upper Albina,
at 10 o'CIock A. M.
Furnishings of Five-Room
.,.UE Instructions are to sell at auction
the following effects: Sideboard and ex
tension table; chairs, dishes and glass
ware: mantel bed and mattress: dresser:
commode: toiletware: tables, chairs and
rockers: couch; iron bed. spring and mat
tress, bedding; hanging lamp; the Crown
Parlor Organ, nearly new; cook range;
kitchen requisites; carpets, rugs and oth
er furnishings, etc
At Salesroom, 180 First Street,
at 10 A. M.
Groceries and Ladles' Fur
nishings "We will offer at nubile auction a fini
assortment of GROCERIES and nrovl-
$,on5: a,'80 the balance of the IT. B.
LlTT S ladles suits and cravanettos.
j. i. Wilson, Auctioneer.
At The D. C. Burns Grocery,
145 Third SL, at 7 P. M.
This will be the last onnortunitv ir a-
cure some of the select groceries that will
be sacrificed at auction sale this night.
j. i. ihlsua, Aucuonecr.
N. B. Parties desirous nf n nmflinwn
rooming-house business will find it advan
tageous to sec us. We have a small fur
nished house, centrally located, doing a
line business. Phone Main 162S about the
sale of your belongings.
J- T. WILSON. Auctioneer.
Auction & Commission Co.
S. L. N. GILMAN, Auctioneer
EXTENSIVE AND ATTRACTIVE
AUCTION SALE OF FINE
The contents of two residences, West
and East Side, removed to Oilman's
No. 413 Washington Street, for
TUESDAY, JAN. 16, at 10A.M.
Bayers of furniture arc invited to
attend sale Tuesday.
S. L. IN. GILMAN
No, 413 Washington Street
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY
Each Day 10 A. M.
Household furniture on account of
S. L. N. GILMAN
TO THE PORTLAND CAPITALIST.
We are making a p?c!altj- of collecting
rents or LARGE BUILDINGS and have
the BEST OF FACILITIES for carrvlnR
out your withes an an agent. Our refer
ence ar of the HIGHEST CHARACTER
and w solicit your patronare. n ir
BLOSSOM. 316 CHAMBER OF COM-
REAL 'ESTATE. RENTALS.
MORTGAGE LOANS AND
R. II. BLOSSOM. 316 Chamber of Commerce.
$35-Lotsvon the Car Line
50x100 feet each for 533 Is the full sar
chase price, all cash, for lots on the car
line and river.
The Hlhcrnla Savings Bank has sold,
within the last 40 days ZOO ont of the TOO
lots offered for sale, and will continue
to sell until every lot is sold. Irrespective
of their values. These lots are situated on
Main avc which Is now "being Improved.
Title perfect. For particulars Inquire
room 395. McKay bldg.. 3d and Stark sts.
Hanford & Bfackwell
Railroads, Power PItnts
311 Bailey Bldg., Seattle
Real Estate Bargains
Modern 6-room cottage, full lot. lawn
and roses. East Pine st. car line, walking
uistance; part casn; ZZiM.
Nice lot. lawn, convenient cottage. 15th
st.. good neignoornood. wanting distance;
terms to suit; JOCK).
Store building and cottages, all rented;
corner loL Flandcr St.: price made low In
order to settle up estate; sure to become
Good two-story building; can be used as
store and living rooms or two flats; lot
sxiro reet: lotn St.. ciosc in; iom
11-room boardinohouse. furnished com
plete; every room occupied; vicinity of
Jefferson-st. depot; 16000.
Two good houses, full lot. vicinity 2d
una xiooKer sis.;
6-room modern - cottage, full lot. lawn.
fruit, etc. Tillamook St.; terms to suit
Two houses, good repair, corner lot, 15th
Beautiful 7-room home, large reception
room, library; electricity and gas; quarter
block; 200 rose bushes, fruit, lawn, graded
street and sewer Improvements: near
Highland School: price far below actual
value. Includes carpets and shades; owner
leaving account sickness; a snap, don't
overlook it; fJioo.
wuartcr bioctr. centrally located, on
Flanders sL. the coming property for
high values: iTO.Uf).
Quarter block, good Income-bearing;
heavy warehouse district, 13th at. and N.
P. switch; 2.000.
Half block. Union avc; JSOOO.
Seven acres at Wood lawn. In full culti
vation, good location for platting or vege
table garden; per acre, 5500.
Factory site. Hood st. and S. P. track;
would make fine location for feedmlll:
Quarter block fronting on X. P. termi
Warehouse and Factory Sites
Too many to list. Can sell you a site
any size, on any railroad track. East or
west side, will build to suit and lease
to responsible tenants. See me for "down
GEO. W. BROWN
203 Failing Bldg.. cor. 3d and Washington.
Within thft past GO days we have sold
51 lots on the Heights. There Is a limited
amount of ground now to be had. for the
reason that much of It Is occupied by
many of Portland's wealthy people, whose
beautiful homes contribute largely to the
establishment of Portland's reputation as
pre-eminently a city of homes. Every lot
that Is thus added to the home list prac
tically withdraws one more from the
available supply. At present, wo are of
fering some choice properties at very low
figures, n few of which arc mentioned
below. Select your home now. while you
have the opportunity of purchasing choice
locations at comparatively nominal cost.
Some Choice Buys
Sightly lots. 2 blocks from car.
Greenway," upper part of
SOxlCO on car line, fruit trees,
5x100 on car line, sower, water.
Cl7Kfl 50100, best view on the Height.
wi I uu
Two choice lots In Ravcnsvicw.
$2250 uarlcr D'oc cement walks.
Two now bungalows on car line,
full lots, fine view.
2U acres, one block from car;
make elegant country home.
I'i acres, one block from car; a
D. E. Keasey & Co.
Portland Heights office, opposite the "Ob
servatory." monc -Pacific 7.
95x100 ON THIRD ST.
The Beat Investment on
ALWAYS HAS PAID 10
A. F. SWENSSON & CO.
252 WASHINGTON ST.
Aitarfar Rlnrlr On First st. that Is a
VJUdliei DlUbft. bargain. Good Income
and sure to be a good Investment. Any
firm or family wanting a good Investment
should Inspect this, as it is & bargain.
Warehouse Site 885.
R. & X. and S. P. tracks. This is the
best and cheapest piece of warehouse
property close In that Is to be had.
Warehouse Corner SagS cf?
Ing on the railroad and switch. Close in.
the best bargain in the city In single lot. .
wini iracK lacumes.
Stark-Street Property SXy.chii?;
location on Stark strccL
Twelfth-Street Lot 2Sw..hiSJSS
sts . 50x100, facing east. Desirable and
reasonable in price.
Fifth-Street Quarter Block taS
gain. Who is going to get It? Flrat come,
Other good properties In different parts
of the city at right prices, for sale by
CHAS. K. HENRY
273 Stark Street.
Business Property for Sale
$35,000 Corner on 3d st. '
520.000 Two-story brick on 2d sL
J1S.O00 Quarter block on Sth st,
313.500 GxlM on Park sL. two blocks from
513.000 Quarter on Taylor sL: we can
show you a 10 per cent net Income
on this property.
$12.500 25xltO on Front sL
$8,00025x100 on West Park sL
Residences and Lots
$13,000 Best residence In market. Nob Hill
$10,00012 rooms, with 10x100, on 22d st
$3,0007 rooms, new. modern; a bargain
S2.650 5 rooms, with 33xlCO. on Quimby st.
$1,500 7-room, 50x100, on Northrup st.
A. F. SWENSSON & CO.
253 WASHINGTON ST.
At Its head Is real
e are fortu
enourh tn hav
me oniy corner iot in tne vicinity for sale,
and also enjoy the good fortune to be
able to offer It at several hundred dollars
less than Its actual worth. It's not cheap
property, nor would one expect to find
such In this locality. It Is the very best,
and we should like to loan money for
building purposes on this corner lot.
Portland Insf Company of freton
i. a COR. THIRD AND OAK STS.
S5M and up. fractional lots In North Port-
CM-Quarter-block facing N. 24th sU
3We-rCorner lot. Laurel and 21st.. Tort
land Helchts: east frontage.
Kie 30x100 on 1st. near Caruthers.
ff9 Nice Utile modern home. N. 23d st.
S3 1 5S East front corner lot. 24th at.
$3256 East-front lot, 11th. near Harrison.
saw Corner and new modern 8-roonx
nouse. auRha and Fairbanks, North Port
land. Don't fall to see this.
S3ee li-block. 2ith nil Pttv-rnr.
$6900 Corner and one of the most modern
and up-to-date 9-room homes In North
foni an a.
WW Modern, new. up-to-date house, com
W'l'Jr furnished, on Kearney st.
sii.ee-U-b!ock. S. E. cor. 16th and Pettr-
wnn wo dwelling-ll,W-U-block.
!7th and Lovejoy. 3 dwell
ings: rent $S0; room to build another
SM,ee Property 13th and Lovejoy; corner
-.vLl" J7S: Inside lot vacant.
3I8,ee-Brlck building, close. In. paying
fif f??-r,at. close In, paying 0 per cent net.
w,m-un on -a, near flurnsiae; can
lease 5 years. J200 per month.
TO INVESTORS AND WARE
18 Jjcres Facing the river In South Porttand
with railroad running through tho center.
r leet ot water frontage.
Half- block in terminal grounds, facing rail
roaa tract, covered with frame, buildings.
now paying fair rate ot interest. This is
the only chance to get a half-block on the
sia with switching privileges.
. .pf'usively high-class residence property.
uiiuuimc street., cement walks, gas. sewer
and Bull Run water laid to each lot; $05,000
uruj soia during the past few days, one
purchaser paying 502.000. on which there
win oe a palatial residence erected. Only i
few lots left. Bur now brforA nriees r ad
vanced Take Portland Heights car and get
i i a ave.
OVER THE RIVER
KOO-5 acres, Prun Place. Base Line,
z.w Corner lot. Kern's Addition, near In
wjan i Poulsen mill: easy terms.
wot uuxiw ana a-room house. Starr, near
Low1' Alblna: easy terms.
ffSft-aOxiro. E. Ash. near 20th st.
luw-rwo i corner lots. E. 20th. running
'"fi eiaier to Hroadway.
"'T-'" acres u. v. p. Hallway, near
,i;2$OxC0- Sth. near Brooklyn st.
Jiii-i"01 on Williams ave.. near Broadway.
3 lots southeast cor. E. 17th and
Tillamook: best buy m Irvlngton.
-"lf-"Oxl0O. modern 7-room house. 124 E.
10th. near Gllsan.
3150 Corner lot. modern 6-room house. In
Irvlngton; a snap.
W00 io acres highly Improved, best of soil.
high and sightly; Mllwaukle; part of the
iinnin,an ProDerty: near Oregon City car.
eso 33x1 GO and up-to-date- modern S-room
house and attic, close In on E. Ash.
4750110 feet facing William ave.; Just
opportunity for business block.
-block, modern house and barn.
..J5r,2k,njr : high, slshtly.
eoo-SIKhtly H -block Jf. E. cor. E. 11th
?d E. Morrison. Better see this.
3.50 U -block. E. 6th and Holladay. best
PJt of Holladays Addition.
feeoO-uOxlOO. One of the best-built mod
ern homes In Hawthorne Park.
7. 50 Corner lot- (73x100) and on ot the
rnost modern and Ideal homes In Irvlngton.
The Mar Farm-Just east of Multnomah
Hall on Section Line Road, consisting ot
40 acres. 20 arr. ?iii-iK- imn a
to-date house with atone foundation. large
..7' Xa a" K,nas or rrults and berries.
T 111 sell as whole or divide.
264 Siark Slreet.
TELEPHONE MAIN 332.
160 acre. I mil fram Tnnlailn Kfntlnn
ahlngtnn County; 73 cleared, balance
brush and timber; rich noil, fine location;
well fenced and watered; 3 acre orchard; 2
good houe and barn. Price, with all
tock and Implement. S I2.0O0.
u rf near Mtiltnwjn. Yamhill County:
140 cleared. 40 ttirrm nuttirp. hulnnn. lli-ht
and heavy timber; 35 nereo choice beaver
dam; well worth S200 per acre; well fenced
and watered: near Kchool. church, etc.; 2
hone bora. 2 onion houars with railroad
fwitch from door. ThU U n fine farm and
has been ftneclallr examined. Prlro sax rx-r
acre: Si 000 cash, balance at 0 per cent.
ou utrre ciearru ana in high Mate or cul
tivation. 8 mile fouthcaitt of Portland: lays
well; Mil very rich; R acren orchard: cood
room houM. new barn. etc. Price S5Z30.
80 acre. 12 miles northeast, of Van
YVa h.; 50 cleared, balance' ntnmn land nnr!
pasture: well fenced and watered; 7-room
houe. moll barn; rich noil. Price. Including-
all utock and Implement", 36000.
The above simply .Indicates something of
the character of the large number of our
farms. Including the venr best on tlii mar.
ket. Write for llt and any Information
Nice InMde lot. Holladay. Addition. $000.
rine and stgnuy V)-biock. corner. Holla
day's Addition. SZ2S0.
Ve have a number of substantial business
property Investments we are not at liberty
to advertise. Likewise warehouse sites In
raot favored location.
THE SHAW-FEAR COMPANY
245 STARK ST.
ASO Acrea Of good fir timber in Pa
cific Count', "Washington only $7 per
4S0 Acrea Close to Columbia River.
Better look this up.
16Q Acre Sugar pine, 12 miles from
Grant's Pass. Sugar pine Is getting
scarce. If you want something good,
look this up. ,
jboo Acre of first-class timber in
Cocs County: will cruise sixty million
reet; only 17 per acre. This Is only
lac per thousand stumpage. There Is
nothing in the state will equal this.
ilust be handled promptly.
Elks' Bldg.. 323 Stark St.
Two acres near Golf Links, on river
bank and close to car. The most sightly
place in the city: an Ideal spot for a
suburban home. Price only $2300. If you
want something that Is really good, don't
329 Stark Street.
PARRISH, WATKINS & CO.
Since the burning of the mills at SL Johns
prices or lumber on the Peninsula have been
advanced 13 per cent above city prfcea with
grades 13 per cent lower. Therefore. In or
der io equalize this difference, we will pay
tbe frelsbt from the city for all future pur
chasers who bargain to build at time of pur
chasing lots from us.
FRANCIS I. JTKENJCA."
$1375 Takes It
27Uxl0O ft. J
This Is a nice level lot. un tn emt- n
cretc sidewalk and street Improved, fac-'
ing on car line, ims is a rare opportu
nity to secure a tine home site in one of
the best residence localities for compara
tively little money. C H. KORELL, 231
Mortgage Loans 5, Upwards
Real Estate City and Farm.
Insurance fn All Lines.
A. H. BIRRELL.
Mt-S XaKay kMff TMri a4 Eiark
It is now evident to every ob
server that a large city is being
built on the high, tableland be
tween the "Willamette and Co
The level land along the two
rivers is being rapidly covered
with mills, factories, shops,
docks, warehouses, grain eleva
tors and wholesale houses. The
high, smooth, level peninsula
that is surrounded by the great
field of industries, and suitable
for homes, retail stores, banks,
hotels, lodgings, schools, etc., is
limited when compared with the
demand that must necessarily
follow the upbuilding of the in
This peninsula is now en
circled by the Harriman system,
which includes the Union Pacific,
Southern Pacific and the Oregon
Railroad & Navigation Com
pany's lines. The Northern
Pacific, Great Northern and the
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
are now entering this great sub
urb of Portland. It seems that
every enterprise of great import
ance to the -Pacific Northwest is
seeking a location along this
University Park is the center
of this rapidly developing dis
trict and is growing at a wonder
ful rate. It is the seat of the
Columbia. University, which is a
progressive school of higher
education and brings to its sur
roundings a cultured class. Uni
versity Park has the far-famed
Bull Run water, which comes
from above the line of vegeta
tion on Mount Hood. It has
quick street-car service to all
parts of Portland for a 5-cent
fare. It has a system of wide
boulevard, graded streets, alleys,
electric street lights, in fact,
every convenience of a large city.
We predict that real estate
values at University Park will
go from S10 per front foot to
$1000 per front foot in less than
half the time that it took any
other property in Portland to
rise from $10 per front foot to
1000 per front foot.
Prices are rapidly advancing
at University Park. Business
lots are now selling for $10 per
front foot and residence lots for
$5 per front foot. If you desire
to get a home site or a business
location in this rapidly deveop
ing district you should buy at
Our terms are 10 per cent
cash, balance $5 monthly on
each lot without interest if all
payments be paid on or before
due. Every day delay means
Francis I. MoKenna
University Park Station.
Phone East 5875.
2eacre Near MllWaukic. $230 per
ncre. Will sell half. This is on the
river, and for a country home cannot
be excelled anywhere. Soil excellent
for fruit, etc.
12 acres Adjoining above, on car
line. Will sell in three-acre tracts at
5230 per acre.
IS Acre At Ivanhoe. on Wood
stock car line only $8500.
1 Acres Near Odd Fellows' Home
$8500. Will sell in acre-tracts. We
have acreage also at Montavllla vcxy
40 Acres In Clarke County. Wash
ington; IS miles north of Vancouver
and 4 miles east of La Center; 30 acres
are high and level and 10 acres rather
low. with sood. live spring, which
runs all year $,100.
l?-2Acrei At Center Station, Oak
Grove; 5-room house and fruit trees
0 Acres 10 miles east ot Salem:
5 acres small brush and rest Is field
land In cultivation; fine spring $2200.
Have also a number of good farm3
in different localities, and good and
cheap, if interested, call and see us.
ISO Acres First-class land, 2 miles
from Gresham: 30 acres clear; timber
enough on place to pay for it. Only
50 per acre.
160 Acres Good, level land on O. W.
P. Ry.; said to be the best tract in
Multnomah County. Only $40 per acre.
230 Acres One mile from Gcrvais
and one mllo from Woodburn.
210 Acres In cultivation, 40 acres in
pasture: small orchard, house and
barn. This Is on line of proposed
Salem Electric Railway. Only $40 per
acre. Good terms. Anyone wanting a
flrst-class farm should investigate
150 Aerrs Two miles south of Mon
mouth. Polk County; 140 acres in crop,
small orchard, pasture: good house and
barn. $35 per acre: half cash; balance
good terms. This is good property.
I INVESTMENT COMPANY
3S9 Stark .Street.
By Commercial Investment Co.
165K Third St., Room A.
$ 4 500
$ 9 000
$ 2 000
$ 4 500
S 6 000
$ 3 500
$ 1 000
KOxlOO feet, near Washing
ton st.. on 7th at.
'iCOxlOO feet on First st.; pay
ing over 10 per cent.
50x200 feet In warehouse dis
trict. Corner Iot. with new S-room
house. East Side.
Business on Russell st., pay
ing 10 per cent.
Third-street property, paying
S per cent net.
Nice home on East Side.
Nice home on Nob Hill.
Best quarter block on Alder
Half block on railroad track
in warehouse district.
Corner lot In warehouse dis
trict. East Side.
Corner on Seventh st.
Whole block on Hawthorne
Building on Washington st.;
guaranteed income for five
years of $660 per month.
Corner on 13th st.; new
warehouses all around It;
railroad track in front of
Nice corner lot, close in, on
Good corner, on Stark st.
with brick building; paying
100x100 feet on 7th st.
Business corner, paying 15
per cent net.
Corner on Yamhill st., leased
for J6CC0 per annum.
House and lot on 5th st.
Six rooms, all modern and In first-class
condition, right up-to-date, on East Sal
mon, near 20th. See it. Don't be deceived.
Start the New Year right. Own your own
home. You can If you will. Sell on In
stallments. Seven Rooms
At 7SS East Taylor, In first-class condition,
nice yard, street Improvements: ready for
occupancy. See It. Sell on Installments.
The price Is right.
I have several other nice eottmrps and
houses for sale on easy terms. Remember,
I make homes and home sites a specialty.
They canont beat my prices.
F. W. T0RGLER, 106 Sherlock Bldg.
Is bald behind, but has a long foretop. Th
EAST SIDE has the most HOMES, has th
GREATEST population. Is srowlng the most
RAPIDLY, and the GREATER PORTLAND
MUST and WILL be there.
Is the geographical center of the city, and ts
the most DESIRABLE residence district, und
much o this will become BUSINESS property.
Do not overlook these FACTS when making
Investment, and call and Inspect the property,
for seeln; Is believing.
THE OREGON REAL ESTATE CO.
8 Third Street. Room 4. Portland. Or.
Hawthorne Park f
st.. has al
ready become the most attractive part
of the East Side residence section. We
have sold numerous properties between
Belmont and Hawthorne aves.. and as
far east as E. 23d st. and to our friends,
who were disappoltned In not getting one
of the places above mentioned, we are
glad to offer for inspection several new
properties to be sold in this location at
$3730, $4700. 54S0O 55200. $5300. etc. We rec
ommend these because they are excep
tionally good home propositions.
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY OF OREGON
S. E. COR. THIRD AND OAK STS.
JS3.000 100x100, with new brick Improve
ment, paying 10 per cent and hav
ing a good future.
$24,00050x100. corner Iot and a sure win
ner. Burnside Street
$73,00050x100, three-story brick; If you
want the best buy on the market,
you should look this up.
THE HART LAND COMPANY.
103 Sherlock Bldg.
tion on Marshall-
23d and 24th sts.; bitulithlc street Im
provement. This Is an exceptional chance
so don't miss it. C. .H. KORELL, 251
Twelfth St, Near Washington
WHITING & ROUNTREE
419 Ablactea Btdldlsr.