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THE SUXDAY OREGOXIAX, PORTLAND. MAY T7, 1908.
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Local. . .
Friedman Packing Company. Inc. Meats.
Poultry. Fish. Vegetablea 105-1 Third
street. Both phones.
fjog Mnntloa LAflto Mantle. 25c. the
UBS iUUmieS equal of the best 85c
mantle on the market. Barretts, 410 lior-
. risen. Both phones.
WnnH 6000 cords first-class 4-foot fir
. iiuuu wood, $5 per cord delivered.
Phone Main 4435. Eagle Creek Fuel Com-
pany. 4na cornetr .mag.
Sfof lAllArv Dld y "now there was
oiniiuucij a atationery store at 249
Morrison street, near Third. Stationery and
Blank Books. Davis AKllburn. A 1611.
IMnr.ct Cut Flowers always fresh from
iUI 10 1 our own conservatories. Martin
e Forbes. 347 Washington st. Both phones.
. ('aq! Rock Springs Coal. Independent
vuai Coal & ice Company, opposite City
Library. Both phones.
prices are right. All work guaranteed.
Western Electric Worka. 61 Sixth street.
TMnfino- Knives. Forks and all Sllver
m. luiiug ware replated as good as new.
Oregon Plating Works. 16th and Alder. Main
3575. A 2573.
."In. O'Malley & Neuberger. 327 Waah
' luc incton street. Phone "Main 2304.
Free delivery. A gallon of 10-year-old Insle
, pouk Port. Sl.ttO.
"IVnrtd Tne Portland Fuel Co. Seasoned
i flr cordwood. 4 It.. 15.50; aawed.
80.00. Hard wood and coal. Yard 287
t E. Morrlaon at. Phonea E 26. B 1020.
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TORT tNDl'S LODGK, NO. 57. D. OF H.
i Mrrrt-.'ri" lake notice that on May 22.
tite loily. will bold a joint recptin for tfu-T-erlor
t'hief of Hor tflHtr Hiittjis in Jarpe
nail, W. O. V. blg.. I2S Klrvrnth street.
Members and friemis inited. trder of
r KATHERINE tiARDINKR.
C. of H.
ARPt Tl'S TRri,E, NO. 27:t. WOMEN OP
AVIK-KAFT, will give a military whist
rarty Friday evening. May '22. in the w. O,
w. Templo, Kleventh ctrret. bftwr?n Wash
ington and Alder. Refreshments and dancing.
. Omission. l.V. .
OWING to the illness of Officer Murpbv.
-- the whist party to he given by the offi
cers' wives will be held Tuesday evening.
May 19, lft-os. at the home of Officer
Tevtn, 430 Uantenbein ave., near Tilla
ROTAL CIRCLE. WOMEN OK WOOD
OKA FT. wttl Rive a whent social at their
hall. U'S llih st.. Wednesday, Mav 2.
lanctng and ref ivshmenta. Admission 15c.
OALBPONIAN CLVW Social and dance,
frr Hall. Second and Morrison. Saturday
et nlng. May 2. o'clock. Kine programnu'.
Scotch songs, lliehland dance.
- MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA will
gice the last irrand ball Thursday, Mav 21.
'M air's Hall. Williams ave. and Russell st.,
.Mhlnt. utiles orchestra. Admission 30c ;
' GENERAL RELIEF COMMITTEE.
1 A- M. Members will renou promntlv. ai
count of conducting funeral of our late
. brother. J. F. Orel! Icy at 1:;S0 o'clock from
Holman's chapel. All members of the order
are Invited to attend.
IVAN O. ANDERSON. Sec.
EI'REKA COV NO I U NO. 204. K. & tX OP
fi ;' party tomorrow evening at Au
ditorium : refreshments and dancing, ad
mission 15 cents
MULTNOMAH ENOIN'R OOMPANT RE
i NEVOLENT ASSOCIATION -All member
are requevted to meet at Lone Kir i TTLetery on
Sunday, May 17, at. 2:30, to attend the burial
services of our- late member; August Wend z.
mho died in Vancouver. Wash.. May 31. AH
old firemen are rpectfully InvKed at
tend. RVSS.T. CHAM BERLIN,
t - Secretary.
CHINOOK TRIBE. NO. 5". IMPROVED 3R
DER RED MEN. meets every Thursday aieep
at 2o6fe Third street. Auditorium Hall.
A. J. OS BURN, C of R.
ANCIENT ORDER I'N'ITED WORKMEN
Members of Port'and Lodge. No. t!7. are re
quested to attend lodge Friday nirht. May
22. It will be an open meeting jointly- with
Port Indus L-idgf, D. of H.. to entertain Su
perior Chief of Honor &ister RrigK. By order
F. N. PARENT. Master Workman.
Attest: T. H. FEA REV. Recorder.
PORTLAND HOMESTEAD. Pl. B. A. T..
will give the last dance of the season
Wednesday night. May 20. Western Academy
Hall. Prize waits. Admrssion 2vc.
LEER In this city. May Ifl, Nancy A. Leer,
aged 4H years. Funeral notice hereafter.
O'REILLY At St. Maries, Idaho, May 12,
John Franklin O'Reilly, aged 24 years,
10 months. Friends are respectfully
Invited to - attend the funeral , serv
ices, which will be held at Holman's
chapel, corner Third and Salmon sts., at
10:30 A. M., today Sunday), May 17.
Interment Greenwood Cemetery.
COOK In this city. May 15, at the family
residence, 220 North 16th et., Charles E.
Cook, .aged 50 years, 10 months, 30 days.
Friends are respectfully Invited to attend
the funeral services, which will be held
at the above residence at 2 P. M. today
(Sunday). May 17. Interment Rivervlew
DAHLGREN In this city, May 14, Andrew
Dahigren, aged 55 years. 6 months and
9 days. Funeral services will be held
today (Sunday). May 17. at 2 P. M. from
the Swedish Augustana Church, cor. Rod
ney ave. and Stanton sts. Friends invited.
- Interment Greenwood Cemetery.
HAMILTON A her late residence. 853
. Harvard st.. Portsmouth, May 16. Mary
Jane Hamilton, aged $5 years, 5 months
and 10 day p. Funeral will take place
Monday. May 38. at 2:30 P. M. from F. S.
Dunning s chapel, corner of East Alder
and East 6th sts. Friends Invited. Intel -ment
at Lower Cascade, Wash.
JONES The funeral of Mies Irene Louiee
Jones will be held today at 2 P. M. from
her late residence. 517 North Twenty-fourth
street. Services at house. Irrtermervt Riv
ervlew Cemetery. Friends invited.
HENZEL The funeral services of the late
John Henzet will be held at the family
residence. 701 East Sth st. South, at 2
P. M. today (Sunday), after which the
remains will be taken to the Crematorium.
GARCIA The funeral services of Mar
guerita Garcia will be held at Finley's
chapel at 2 P. M. today (Sunday). Friends
invited. Interment Rlverview.
EDWARD HOLM AN CO., Funeral Direct
ors. 220 8d st. Lady assistant. Phone M. 507.
J. p. FIN LEV eV bON. Fun oral Directors,
Third and Madison. Phone Main . A 15W.
Donning. McEntee m Gilbaagh. Funeral Di
rectors. 7th ft Pine. Phone Jtt. 430. Lady ass.
ERIC SON UNDERTAKINO CO., 409 Aider
et. Lady assistant. Phone Main 6133.
ZEI.LER-KVRNEK CO.. Funeral Direct
ors. 78 RusselL East 1088. Lady assistant.
DUNNING. Undertaker. 414 East
.Lady assistant. Phone East ft.
ON TUESDAY NEXT
AT BAKER'S AUCTION ROOMS, 152
PARK ST., NEAR MORRISON ST.
We are Instructed by Mr. W. E. Lewis
Strut to soil the almost new furnishings
of his private residence, removed from
Hawthorne avenue for convenience of
sale. In parlor furniture we have one
PARLOR SUITE of 5 nieces, covered in
BROCADED PLUSH: massive CENTER
TABLE; LADY 9 DESaiv. in quartered
sawed oak; DAVENPORT, with heavv
oak arms; several pretty rockers; . PAR
LOR RUG. 9x12: chenille nortleres: combi
nation BOOKCASE, and other parlor
pieces, i ne turnisiunps or tour bedrooms,
viz: IRON BEDS; best springs and mat
tresses; feather pillows; PRINCESS and
other DRESSERS: CHIFFONIERS;
wushstands: rockers and chairs, in din-ine-room;
PEDESTAL DINING TABLE;
BUFFET; sideboard; set of CHAIRS;
dinner set; BRUSSELS RXTG, 9x12. In
the kitchen we have a complete outfit:
STEEL RANGE; GAS RANGE: CABI-
.-vi'-i: (rranite utensils: Kitchen table, etc.
We shall also offer the Dart furniRhincrs
of a flat for Mrs. Morris, consisting of
IKON BEDS; springs and mattresses: oak
dining table and chairs: CHINA CUP
BOARD; kitchen treasure: washer; Brus
sels carpet, etc. The above goods are
worthy of your inspection if you need
good, clean, up-to-date furniture. On
view tomorrow (Monday). SALE TUES
DAY AT 10 A. M.
ON THURSDAY NEXT
At same address, we shall sell for var
ious consignors, household furniture, car
pets, etc. If you have any surplus pieces
for sale, send them to us. where they
will be handled to the best advantage.
SALE AT 10 O'CLOCK.
BAKER & SO, Auctioneers.
We carry a line of good Eastern furni
ture which we sell at reasonable prices,
and don't forget if you need a rug that we
have the newest patterns possible, as we
get them direct from the EASTERN FAC
TORIES. We have iust received a ship
ment of AXMINSTERS. 9x12. in the very
latest ORIENTAL PATTERNS. Drop in
and see them. No trouble to show goods
at any time. At 152 PARK ST.. between
Morrison and Alder sts. Phones Main 1636:
A 25B7. '
S.L.N. GILM AN
411 WASHINGTON STREET.
Tuesday, Thursday and Friday
at 10 o'Clock A. M.
Tuesday's sale Includes all the art
squares, furniture and the very fine
S. L. N. OILMAN. Auctioneer.
Are You Bald?
Does your HAIR fall out? Have vou
liANURl'FP or ITCHING SCALP?
PEAK'S H.m GROWER will start
your HAIR to GROW in one week or
stop your HAIR from FAILING OCT.
and :s th first reparation in the
WORLD tnat ever did this. A 50-eent
trial size will convince the most
SKEPTICAL. Dr. S. A. Townsend has
the exclusive -sale in PORTLAND and
is located permanently at 617 DEKl'M
ISLDG- Call and see him today. Ex
amination and advtre free. Address
mail orders H.nd inquiries to Peak Mfg.
Co.. Cleveland, Ohio. Phone Main 318S'
A 3329. '
WANT A HOME' DIRT CHEAP?
New. 6 rooms. modern. corner lot,
cherries, apples, pears, berries, nicest gar
den soil. SSi)0; $700 down, rest like rent.
Beautiful quarter block, fruit, berries,
panlen, lawn, dowers, small house, barn,
near car. close In. $1100; will divide.
New 5 -room housv. barn. 3 chicken
houses and runs. 2 acres fruit, berries,
prapes. garden all In vegetables ready to
use. Jlt'O worth of gooseberries ready to
plrk. near car: a snap at $3000; terms.
& tine lots. Sherman St.. near 34th. very
3 beautiful lots on Pisk avenue, car
lg blocks, faces east. $175; terms.
L. O. STONE,
41? Commercial bids.
Mortgage Loans. Lowest Rates
Real Estate, Insurance
A. H. BIRRELL
103 McKay Bide.. Sd ft Stark.
U1YK UK A CALL.
FINE HOUSE FURNISHINGS
Tomorrow, Monday, May 18th
10 A. M. Sharp
At the Cor. First and Clay St a.
On Account of a Death.
Thi fine, clean slock In a (rood lo
cation a 3-year leaae and all the store
fixtures iniint be sacrificed at public
auction. Jt Is only by accident that this
tine stock is on the market. Some
energetic dealer should secure this
Treat opportunity to start In business
at a mere trifle of expense. . will
sell by the piece as lonu; as we have
buyers, then the balance will be sold
In Job lots to the dealers.
EVER V DEPARTMENT
Is complete with a Brood variety Car
pets. Rua;s, Art Squares. Linoleum, Lace
Curtains, Portieres, Sheets, Comforts,
Pillows, Blankets, Iron Beds, Brass
Beds. Fold ins and Mantel Beds, Steel
Conches, all kinds of upholstered goods,
Dressers and Commodes, Bedroom
Suits. CHA1HS AND HOCKERS BY
THE THOUSAND, couches, Davenports,
Chinaware, Crockery. Glassware. Gran
iteware, Tinware, Stoves and Ranges.
S RESTAURANT RANGES,
A large stock of hardware and tools of
We could continue this list for two or
three columns, but it is not necessary.
Figure it out for yourself.
V4OO0.0O WORTH OK GOODS.
Something for everybody who takes ad
vantage of this opportunity to attend
a real genuine
Tomorrow, lo A. M., at the corner of
First and Clay streets.
C. L. FORD, Auctioneer.
FORD AUCTION CO.
112 Union Ave. and 35 E. Alder.
Eaat 888, B 2311.
We do a general auction Tmslneast
buy and pell anything. Just call up the
FORD AUCTION CO.
AT 211 FIRST ST.
TUESDAY, JO A. M.
THURSDAY, 10 A.M.
AND FRIDAY, 2 P. M.
" For 'this week we havre succeeded in
collecting the MOST COMPLETE AS
SORTMENT of the very HIGHEST
GRADE OF FURNITURE as well as
MR-nilTlvT RR 1DPS Tn crlvo vnn n
complete list of all the nice things we'll !
havk xu shJLLi this week would take
too much space, but just to mention a
few items: We have six combination
book cases and writing desk, in golden
and mission oak and curly burch, ma
hogany: chairs and rockers in leather
(original cost, $JK) ; golden oak settee;
rocker and chair in leather (original cost.
$120); library tables; flat and roll-top
desk to match. For the dining-room we
havo round and square extension tables;
golden and mission oak; box-seat chairs
and buffets to match; some very fine side
boards; hall racks; fine assortment of
metal beds; leather." sanitary steel and
other couches; MISSIONVOAK PIECES in
SPANISH LEATHBR for the DEN. in
fact most anything you'll And In a flrst
class auction room. Come and be con
vinced. PORTLAND AUCTION CO.
. 211 First St.
Special Notice to Dealers
Ft! DAY AT 10 A. M
At 212 and 214 Front Street
Our time at our warehouse is getting
short, therefore, we must and WIL,!, un
load. We have about 40 bedroom suites,
in oak and walnut, 12 wardrobes, lot of
refrigerators, tents, carpets, etc.. so. come
and get them at your own price. Mr.
Schubach will do the auctioneering and
will give everybody a chance to get bar
gains. Nuff set.
PORTLAND AUCTION CO.
211 FIRST ST.
Auction and Commission House
173-175 Second, Cor. Yamhill
Monday, Wednesday, Friday
lOA. M. Each Day
Now is the time to procure, at your
own price, valuable house furnishings,
ornamental and artistic parior furniture,
magnificent mahogany, oak and maple
furniture. You will find in all our sales
the best grade carpets, rugs and floor cov
erings: couches, lounges and settees. The
dining-room furniture consists of tables,
sideboards, buffets, chairs, dishes, glass
ware, etc.; hangings of every description;
lace curtains : portieres: pictures ; one
PARR AND AND VOTEY ORGAN: man
dolins; banjos; guitars; elegant bronze
statuary: books. The kitcheft effects
comprises ranges, gas stoves, gas. hot
water heaters, refrigerators, kitchen
treasures, tables, chairs, etc. W have
for retail buyers FIXTURES. SAFES,
CASH REGISTERS, scales, coffee mills,
counters. One complete restaurant outfit;
large steam table: gas range; chairs: mir
rors; coffe urn; dishes: utensils, etc.
At Salesrooms Second and
Comprises groceries, provisions, small
hardware, shoes, furnishing goods, paints
and a miscellaneous lot of merchandise.
N. B. If 'you have anything for sale
it pay Jou to call up Main 1626 or
A 4343. We pay cash for furniture, fix
tures, bankrupt stocks or any kind of
J. T. WILSON, Auctioneer.
SPECIAL AUCTION SALE
OF THE ENTIRES
Furniture and Fittings
Of Residence No. 647 East
Ankeny, Corner 17th, To
morrow, Monday, May
18, 10 o'Clock A. M.
The CARPETS and all the FURNISH
INGS are NBW, and buyers will do
well to ATTEND SALE. 10 A. M. MON
DAY. S. Lr. N. GILM AN. Auctioneer.
Why do you hesitate
when there are so
many golden op
; Two hundred thou
sand dollars to build
a ten-story fireproof
structure. Lease guar
anteed. Why not
make i close corpora
tion of four or five
arid handle this?
One hundred thou
sand dollars to build a
seven-story steel or
brick for a wholesale,
firm on Sixth or Sev
enth streets, between
Stark and Davis.
Fifty thousand dol
lars to build a four
story brick in the vi
cinity of . Neustadter
Bros.' for the branch
store of a big whole
Forty thousand dol
lars for a two-story
brick, covering lOOx
100, east of Tenth and
south of Everett.
sand dollars to build
homes for salaried
young men who have
saved enough to buy a
lot and are still sav
ing. A dozen or more
such applicants are
now waiting. Will
give guaranteed first
mortgage at 7 per
A score of small in
vestments just as
good as the big ones.
Call and let us
know just what you
want. The chances are
we can supply it. That
is our business.
Portland realty val
ues freely furnished.
A few choice lots left in this
! beautiful addition. I
LOTS 50x100 !
at from '
Take W.-W. ear at Third and
Yamhill ; get off at Woodstock
Station; the sign points the
way. Agent always on
1 INVESTMENT CO. I
313V Washington Street.
Acres at a lesser price than lots in
any first-class addition on the West
An attractive 15-minute ride along
A magnificent view at your home
all of the time.
Prices range from $1250 to $1500
It Pays to See Us.
Chapin & Herlow
332 Chamber of Commerce.
Phone Main 1652. i
Cheap Building Lots
See the Lots we are selling
from $500 to $800 each on
Thompson, Tillamook, Hal
sey, Schuyler, Broadway,
Weidler, Clackamas and
MALL & VON BORSTEL
104 Second and 392 E. Burnside
What About This?
54-100-50 ft. oft 'Washington St.; the very
best apartment-house site in the city;
the view is elegant and can never be ob
structed; east facing; this undoubtedly is a
good buy as the price has been reduced
$1500. This price is for a few days only,
Dietz Mueller Co.
417 and 418 Corbett Bldg.
Is the finest addition: situated on East
Glisan street, and carline between Rose
City Park and Mount Tabor, with mag
nificent views for miles around including
Portland Heights; Bull Run water; every
lot worth $500; price only $450 for corner
and $400 inside; only 26 lots in the ad
dition. If you desire a place for a fine
borne or gilt-edg investment, it's ideal.
The big red flag is in the center of the
tract, with the words, Beulah Heights
on same: go and see it. Take MontavlUa
car to it. Every lot will double soon.
Dubois & Crockett
'Washington Bldg., Room 3.
S23 Worcester Bundles.
Chooa Main 8371.
$225 In $300 1
5 ON EASY TERMS 5
One of The
This reads like a fairy, story; but
if you will come and see me about it,
you will agree with me in my opinion
that by this investment you can
204 Corbett Bldg.
Nichol s Addition
No. 2 to
This tract is on the Oregon Electric
Railroad, with a station on the land.
Land all cleared, and is a garden-spot.
One' store and four residences built
since plat has been on sale. Stop at
Garden Home Station. Terms, 25 per
cent cash, balance at 6 per cent. Mr.
Jager, at' the addition, will give all
L.E. Thompson s Co.
228 Third Street.
FRUIT TRACTS WHICH PAY $250
TO $1000 PER ACRE PER TEAR
in a district which has been producing
apples, peaches, apricots, cherries and
European grapes with enormous profit
for more than 20 years.
Unusual residence, social and edu
cational advantages, mountain water
piped under pressure to each home,
telephone, electric lights, grocery de
liveries, within 20 minutes' drive of
all the facilities of a city of 11,000
people, with 2 daily papers, churches,
theaters and a normal school.
. Monthly payments if desired.
Lewiston Land S Water Co.
638 Chamber of Commerce.
10 acres, 5V2 miles from town; 500
full-bearing trees, 7 to 10 years old,
standard variety of apples; a few
cherry trees. Will have from 1200
to 1500 boxes of apples this year; 110
Newtowns set this Spring; 1 acre
meadow; good house, barn, apple
house and other outbuildings only
$7800. It pays to see us.
CHAPIN & HERLOW
332 Chamber of Commerce.
S-room. strictly modern, fine corner,
50x100; East 26th and East Tamhill sts.
404 East Alder st
the East i
Over 100 acres at only $S00 psr
acre. If you don't be- :
lieve it, investigate.
Lower by $500 an acre than
anything in the vicinity.
If you don't believe
25-foot lots in Kenton (Swifts
townsite) on the west have
Eold as high $1625.00 ;
And over 100 50-foot lots in
Loveleigh, on the east, have
sold from $450 to $650. If
. you don't believe it,
Absolutely the best buy on the
Peninsula today. If yott
don't believe it, in
vestigate. This will be sold without delay,
so don't tarry if you axe
Columbia Trust j
713-14-15 Couch Bldg., Z
109 4th St., Near Washington. S
The Best Bargain in
120 acres choicest apple land near
White Salmon; 8 acres cleared, 10
acres fenced, balance easy, to clear;
225 growing apple trees; close to
church,' school and sawmill. Can di
vide into 20-acre tracts and each tract
face road. Only $4000.
Also other good White Salmon buys.
The Jacobs-Stine Co.
Co-operative Farm Lands Dept.,
148 Fifth St., Portland, Or.
Fine view of city,
Streets graded and
water mains laid.
1 Portland Trust Comna.nv i
S. E. Cor. Third and Oak Sts.
A WEST SIDE
OXLY TWO LEFT.
Tour choice of those new modern 6
room houses, in splendid neighborhood,
served bv two car lines:
392 North 24th st, between Thurman
391 Guild st., between Thurman and
$100 down, $65 per month.
FIDELITY TRUST CO., Owner
406 Commercial Block.
Pbuneai Main 447, A 1445.
Strictly modern 7-room hous con
crete basement, beautiful corner, loca
tion on car line, overlooking the city.
Lot 50x100. Can be had . for $4200.
5O8-50O Shetland Bulldlna;.
At the foot of Center avenue, Oak
THE DUNN-LAWRENCE CO.,
248 Alder St.
GOODNOE HILI-S SL'BIRRIGATED FRI IT
LAND. L. C. Stone, 412 Commercial bldg.