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THE SUNDAY OREGOXIAN, PORTLAND, MARCH 20, 1910.
SPECIAL, MEETING OP STOCKHOLD
ERS. A special meeting of the stockhold
ers cf the Portland Concrete Pile A Equip
ment Company will be held at the main
auditorium of the Y. M. C. A. building, on
Sixth St.. in Portland. Multnomah County.
Oregon, on Thursday evening. March 24.
1910, at the hour of 8 o'clock P. M-. for
the purpose of receiving a report of the
directors and officers of the company rela
tive to the proceedings, business and affairs
of the company, and to acquaint the stock
holders thoroughly with the business and
plans and success of the company, and for
such other business as may properly come
before the meeting. A special Invitation Is
extended; the meeting will be Informal, and
It Is the desire that a full representation
of the stockholders be present.
A. 1. McLEOD, Sec
Portland, Oregon. March 11, 1910.
G. A. R J. w. KInley died In
this city, aged 66 years. eVteran
of civil War. Funeral at 2 P. M.
Monday, G. A. K.
A. W. MILLS. Com.
PORTLAND AERIE No.
4, F. O. Eagles All mem
bers of the Fraternal Or
der of Eagles are requested
to attend the funeral of our
late Brother Jacob Delnes
on Sunday, March 20, 1H10,
at 2.P. M., from the church.
corner Rodney avenue and Morris sts.
LOUIS DAM MA SCH, Secretary.
DR. S. C. SLOCUM. W. President.
THE LADIES OF GEORGE WRIGHT
CORPS will give a musical entertainment
Friday evening. March '23. Each lady bring
lunch for two; each gentleman buy lunch
and eats with lady. General good time ex
pected. Admission free.
SBCT.-RITT COl'X-IJ.. NO. 236. KNIGHTS
AND LADIES OF SECURITY Members are
requested to Attend the funeral of our late
brother. Johnny Wrieht, Monday. March 21,
P. M. Dunning & MeEntee undertaking par
lorn. 7th and Ankeny sts.
WOMEN OF WOODCRAFT Whist, 500
and dance at Women of Woodcraft Audi
torium, Tenth and Taylor streets. March
28. Game to begin at S:.iO sharp; eiffht ele
gant prizes. 10 hands. Admission 25c.
A MUSICAL COMEDY will be given by
the Oda Women's Club. Thursday evening.
March 24, at Green's Hall. Woodlawn. Ad
mission. 25 cents. Everybody invited.
ARBUTUS CIRCLE. NO. 273, will give a
whist party and dance Friday evening,
March 25. at Woodmen's Hall. 138 11th t.
Union music and refreshments. Admission,
EUREKA COUNCIL. NO. 204. K. AND
L. OK S. Whist and 500 tomorrow even
ing. East Side W. O. W. Hall. East 6th and
Alder. Refreshments and dancing. Admis
sion 15 cents.
ALL MEMBERS of the American Wom
an's League are requested to meet Wednes
day evening. March 23, at 8 o'clock, in
Alisky building. MRS. WRIGHT.
FRATERNAL UNION Whist and dance in
Foresters' Hall. Marquam hldg., Friday
evening. March 25. Admission IS centr.
SULLIVAN At her residence. 53! Mont
gomery street. Mrs. Laura B. Sullivan,
wife of Captain E.i Sullivan, of the Co
lumbia River Pilots' Association. Funeral
HATNE At his late home, near Milwaukie,
Or., March 10. Joseph T. Hayne, beloved
husband of Jennie J. Hayne.
ADAMS In this city. March IS. at the
family residence 8H3 V4 Sandy road. Mrs.
Katherine E. Adams, aged H5 years 5
months 20 days. Friends invited to attend,
funeral services which will be held at the
above residence at 9 A. M.. today (Sun
day). March 20. Interment Riverview
KINLEY In this city, March 19, James W.
Kinley. aged 6 years, father of Mrs. Grace
Williamt. of Indianapolis. Ind. : Mrs. T H
Ban- and Carl Kinley. of this city. The
funeral services will be he!. I at FInley'a
j. parlors at 2 P. M. Monday. March 21. under
the auspices of the G. A. R. Friends invited.
Interment G. A. R. Cemetery, Greenwood.
BHRAKE Abner Strawn Shrake. at his
home in Woodstock. Friday. March 18.
at id p. M. Age 02 years. Funeral from
Finley's Chanel, at 2 o'clock this (Sun
day I afternoon. Friends invited. Inter-
MELLER In this city. March 17. at the
lamuy residence. n)4 Kast Salmon street.
Joseph S. Meller. aged it vears. mnnth
2i days. Friends respectfully invited to
attend the funeral services; will be held
front the Swedish Lutheran Church. 19th
and Irving streets. Sunday. March 20. at
2 P. M. Interment Riverview Cemetery.
iJ.I.E March 17. at 412 Sisklvou t
Jacob Deines. age 28 vea-m 3 mftnt...
Funeral services will be held today (Sun
day). March 2n, at the German Baptist
Church, cor. of Rodney ave. and Morris
at a it. m.. r rienas invited to attend.
inwrment at itose tjlty.
rj,iLitfi .- l ine lamuy resmence, near
Holbrook. Or.. March 18. J. Thomas Find lev-
aged 45 years. The funeral services will be
utria at rmieys parlors at a P. M. today
louuiuij;. rrifiwa mviiea. interment River'
view Cemetery. ,
SOHAR The funeral services of the late
AJiarew sonar will take place today at
m. t uunning it nebntee parlors
Interment Mount Calvary Cemetery.
RIGHT Friends and acquaintances are
renpeciTuiiy mviiea to attend the funeral
n ui uonn xi. wngnt, son of Mr.
ana airs. A. w. Wright. Monday, March
i' at. s p' M- at Dunning & McEntee's
i ne aeceasea was a member of
mo jviiiBuis kiiu i.au les or security. In
terment Riverview Cemetery.
HAYNE At the family residence, near
Milwaukie. March 18, Joseah T. Hayne,
aged 58 years. Funeral services will be
uivi 0.1. mo irmaiwnum twiav (Sundav)
March 20. at 2:30 P. M. Friends invited.
Donning- McEnteo, Funeral Directors,
-th and line. Phone Main 430. Ladr as
sistant. Office of County Coroner.
.-f?fR-BY'R3rES Funeral Directors.
B94 Williams ave.; both phones: lady attend
ant; most modern establishment In the city.
EDWARD HOLMAX CO., Funeral Direct
ra, 220 3d St. .Lady AiMistant. l'liono M. 607.
J. P. FUiXEr A SOX. sd and Madison.
Lady Ktteadant. Phone Main e, A IS.
EAST SIDE Funeral Directors, successors
to F. 8. Dunning, Inc. 2. S3. 1$ 623.
ERICSON CO. Undertakers: lady
ant. 409 Alder. M. 6183, A 2235.
LE H. undertaker, cor. East Alder and
6th. Phones. 781, B 1888. Lady aasistant.
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
PRESIDENT. Main 913.
SECRETARY, Main S99.
HUMAXE OFFICER, East 477.
Auction& Commission Co. Inc.
Office and Salesroom No. 126 Second
Street, ITear Washington.
Sales Tuesday and Friday
at 10 A. M.
Cash paid for furniture, et?., etc.
Phone Main 2473.
S. L. N. GILMAN, Auctioneer.
KEEP A COW I"
Plenty of room for a cow and
chickens. Fine garden soil. Low
prices and easy terms. Inside the
S. r. VICE.T Sr CO.
Shaw & Locke,
420-421 Lumbermen's Bids;.,
, p' and Stark.
Main 990. 74S8
$11,500 BARGAIN pi:'
full lot 50x100. worth $7500, Choice lo
cation, near 23d and Glisan. All for
C IL KOKKLL, on 6taJkj
Special auction sale of elegant Port
land Heights home propert-. We are
instructed to sell by oublic auction
(on the premises), Tuesday afternoon,
March 22d, at 2 o'clock, choice prop
erty situated at the northwest corner
of Chapman and Clifton streets, viz. :
Parcel No. 1, fractional lot facing 33
feet on Chapman street, together with
modern residence thereon, being No,
471 Chapman street-; also parcel No.
2, fractional lot facing 32Y2 feet on
Chapman street, together with mod
ern residence thereon, being No. 469
Chapman street; also parcel No. 3,
facing 342 feet on Chapman street,
and running 100 feet on the line ef
Clifton street. This is an unimproved
choice corner. Title to thij property
is guaranteed perfect. Abstract will
be furnished buyers. A large portion
of the purchase price of each parcel
can run for three years. We invite
you to attend this sale next Tuesday
at 2 P. M. Forrmrticuiars inquire of
the auctioneer, S. L. N. Gilman, office
No. 126 Second street, between Wash
ington and Alder. Phone Main 2473.
S. L. N. GILMAN,
Comer Second and Yamhill
Regrelar Sales Days.
Monday, Wednesday, Friday
Each Day at 10 A. M.
If you are furnishing- don't fail to
attend our sales, as we have the largest
assortment of Second-Hand Furniture,
i arrest, Kansren. ( ookalovra, Ua
Manses, Refrigerator, etc., to be found
in the city.
Also PlnnOK. O rearm, ' Violins and
Oraphophonen, Roll - top Office Desks,
MandinK Kosks. Office Chairs, TVpe
writer Stands, Typewriters, etc. Goods
sold private sale at all times.
We can save you money on Gro
ceries, Hardware, 'lohincr. Boots and
Shoes, etc., in our store, 171 Second St.,
adjoining auction room.
Suit and Cloak Sale
ON TUESDAY NEXT
At 2 P. M. at Wilson's Auction
Rooms, Cor. Second and
We take pleasure in announcing that
Mr. H. II. l,ltt has favored us with
another consignment of Ladles Snlta,
Cnatu, etc., to be sold to the highest
bidder for spot cash. This will posi
tively be the last sale of these high
grade goods this season, as this cleans
up the balance of their overstock. Sale
Tuesday at 2 P. M.
J. T. "WILSON, Auctioneer.
Cash paid for furniture, stocks of
merchandise, etc. Call Main. 1 626. A 4243.
Mr. Edward Kupeltian, after a short
stay in our city, has been compelled to
return to California and has left in
structions with us to dispose of his al
most new furniture, etc., which has
been moved to our auction rooms for
convenience of sale
ON TUESDAY NEXT
Comprising Real Leather Turkish Rock
er, Couch to match; Mission Rockers,
Electric Drop Light, Center Tables,
Quartered Oak Parlor Rockers, Daven
port. Brass Umbrella Vase, Gas Drop
light, Bric-a-Brac, Oak Parlor Desk,
set of Shakespeare's Works, Axminster
Rugs, very elaborate Metal Beds in
various colors, best of steel springs and
mattresses, feather pillows; Princess
and other Dressers, Chiffoniers in the
newest wax finish. Quartered Oak Dining-room
Furniture, Upright Piano in
quartered-oak case, good tone; Windsor
Folding Bed, Velvet and Brussels Rugs,
Universal Steel Range with water
pipes, and several other useful lots.
On View Tomorrow. Sale Tuesday at
ON THURSDAY NEXT
We shall sell a quantity of furniture,
etc. removed from storage-house for
positive Sale at 10 o'clock on Thuradar
Next. BAKER ft SOX,
We are instructed hv the Tni-oiiu
Manufacturing Co. to dispose of their
superior stock of high-class furniture
at public auction. Due notice will be
given later. This sale will be a rare
chance to buy quartered oak and ma-
nugaoy lurnnure wen made.
BAKER & SON, Auctioneers.
AT 211 FIRST ST.
Monday, Tomorrow, 2 P. M.
Tuesday, 10 A. M.
Thursday, 10 A. M.
Friday, 2 P. M.
All kinds of housefurnishings from
the kitchen to the garret. You will
find anything under the sun at our
auction rooms and at less than one
half the price asked elsewhere. We
sell goods at any time, and we always
sell. The price does it. So if you come
you are welcome. If you don't come
we don't care. Every sale we make
makes a new friend for the
FORD AUCTION CO.
At '211 F-irat St.
Main 8951, A 2445.
Ri?' Jedlum J,lze- 8i condition; only
17.so. 9o4 Williams ave. We are moving
to fcouse .where stoves ara furnished.
360 acres 1-200 acres ready to plow,
part of which is plowed and in crop
at present, balance woodland and
pasture. Good house, 3 large barns,
running water in both house and
barn. The soil, a deep red loam, suit
able to all crops, ' and especially
adapted to fruits, being high rolling
land. . This is an ideal place, being
high and sightly, within 12 miles of
Salem, on a fine gravel road, and 3
miles to railroad. Has telephone,
rural mail and a beautiful view, of
the valley and surrounding' country.
Our price for the entire farm is $40
per acre on very easy terms, and we
challenge anyone to produce its equal,
m either price, quality of soil or lo
cality. Now, Mr. Buyer, don't pay
inese iancy prices way out miles irom
civilization. Come to us and get in
on the ground floor, where there is
something in it for you.
Wallace Investment Go.
508 Chamber of Commerce.
Phones, Main 5124, A 3789
$1500 Four rooms and bath, lot
40x100; electric lights; about 500
feet west of Tremont Station; $500
down and balance $15 per month,
$2500 Lot 50x150, on Knott, be
tween Williams and Union avenues;
improvements all in; half cash.
$26007 acres, 2V2 miles east of
V ancouver b erry landine1. m city
school district; house and well with
windmill; choice fruit land; 5 acres
cleared; good road; $1000 down,
balance terms, or will trade for
$3000 Five-room bungalow, 49th
and Broadway; east front, electric
lights, modern; terms.
$4000 12 acres. 11 in cultivation,
4 acres beaver dam; five minutes
walk from Tigardville Station;
$1500 down, balance terms. Run
$20.000 62y2xl00. Russell and
Union avenue ; a fine business cor
ner; half cash.
$22,000105 feet on Union ave
nue, 100 feet on San Rafael street,
new 6-room house on 'San Rafael;
half cash, balance 6 per cent.
Paying 20 Per Cent
Will take $25,000 cash, and
is paying better than 20 per
cent on this amount. In ex
clusive neighborhood where
values are advancing rap
Morgan, Fliedner &
503-6 Abington Bldg.
For a home should appeal to most
An 8-room house, on Thurman
street, "Willamette Heights, with
out any high terraces, but with
one of the finest views obtain
able of all the mountains.
CHAPIN 8 HERLOW
332 Chamber of Commerce.
Modern 8-room residence cor. 16th
and E. Stark. You know the location
two blocks from Washington Hiirh
PRICE S5650 S1650 CASH.
After Monday price advances $1000.
333 Chamber of
This place will pay your rent and 120 a
month; 8 rooms, near City Hall: owner must
have money; no reasonable offer refused;
rent f20 a month. 6ee landlady Monday.
304 4th t.
FOR SALE 30x100 corner lste for apart-
. . . ... (lu i k.. weak AWbUUU.
AE 22. Oresaniarr
His farav is mortgaged, it
Is coming due very shortly,
aid he must sell. He is
forced to the position where
he must accept a portion of
bis equity and swallow a
Any person with a few
thousand dollars can swing
the 2840-acre ranch free
and have a clean, neat
profit on the investment.
Out of the 2840 acres there
are only 100 of rough graz
ing land. The buildings are
all in first-class shape a
seven-room modern house
and two large barns, com
pleted in 1908, are on the
1500 Acres of
This Land Pro
This ranch is located in
Gilliam County, 3y2 miles
from water transportation
and y2 mile from shipping
This ranch is a
For someone with a little
capital. This company will
be willing to buy an equity
in this land and put it on
the market in smaller
We honestly believe that
this farm offers a greater
opportunity than anything
else ever before offered th
farm investor. We believe
this because we POSI
TIVELY know that the
owner is fast getting into a
BOARD OF TRADE
84 FOURTH STREET.
( m I islssssl I bbm3
We have a chance to make
you some money that does
not come every day. We
have, 300 acres of practically
level land lying within 3
miles of the city. It will
cost you $42,000. It is cov
ered with a heavy growth of
timber that will cut into 30,
000 cords of wood that will
sell for $30,000 on the
ground, thus giving jou 300
acres of land near Portland
r,r":s and jeffery
14 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
improved and unimproved, $100 per
acre and up, in large and small tracts,
Hood River and
For sale, some choice ten-acre tracts
at very low prices and on easy terms.
BATES & LIVELY
318 Failing Building.
100x100 feet, northwest cor
ner 12th and Flanders sts.
FRIES & CO.
85 Fourth St.
20 acres overlooking Eastmoreland,
Westmorland, Reed Institute, Sell
wood and surrounding country. See
us for further particulars. ' ' P ' '
CHAPIN & HERLOW
332 Chamber of Commerce.
for Portland property. S00 acre's Sher
man County wheat land: 600 acres now
in wheat;fourth of crop delivered at
warehouse goes with place; price S25
70 Fourth St.
Location, elevation, soil, drainage, con
tour surrounding's and price
Ready to plant. TREBLE your money
in three years.
FERHIS-MIXG REALTY CO.,
508 Board of Trade.
Adjoining- Waverleigh. on Powell Valley
Road; some first-class improvements.
uijnam ov juts, ciy cm terms.
JACKSON & DEER1G. 246 Stark St.
DALLES FRUIT LAND.
560 acres. 7 miles from The Dalles:
good automobile road; large living
stream. Winter and Summer; good im
provements, fences, house and barn;
number of fruit-bearing trees. Agent
on ground. $16 per acre.
THE I)EA LAND CO
Waldo F. Stewart.
622 Chamber of Commerce.
We are headquarters for the best
tracts within the city limits, ranging
from 10 to 150 lote. These tracts will
be sold as a whole on easv terms.
THE UEAN LAND CO
Waldo F. Stewart.
622 Chamber of Commerce.
8 ROOMS, strictly modern, new house; f40.
Grussi &Zado w
Nice, new 4-room bungalow
-e.. Morrison St.: S500 casn
New bungalow. West Side,
walking distance: $500 cash
10-room house on Corbett st.
full lot. A snap, $800 cash
New 5-room house. Rose City
farK, $250 cash, $20 per mo.
Nearly new. 6-room house, cor
ner lot, 50x100, E. Taylor st.
$200 cash, $16 per month.
Good 7-room house. Front
st., near Whittaker; terms.
New 5-room cottage. East
Main street; easy terms.
New 8-room modern house. E
32d. near Hawthorne; $500
cash, $2a per month.
New z-storv. 7-room house
furnished; full lot, on Minne
sota ave., near Mason; terms.
Fine 5-room modern 2-story
house, corner East Davis st
Swell bungalow, cor. E. 35th
and Morrison; $500 cash, $20
month; brand new.
Fine 6-room house on 100x100
corner. East Taylor st.
Corner store, Sunnyside, rent
ed for $35 per month.
70x156, with 2 houses, Hamil
ton Ave., near Corbett.
New swell 7-room modern
house in Ladd s Addition, $1000
New swell modern i-room
house on Wasco St., lrvington
terms. A beauty.
50x100, 4 cottages, rent $4S
2d St., near Hall.
4 houses and quarter block on
Keuy street, all rentea.
100x100 corner with 9-room
house, Front and Meade.
n 4 modern flats on corner lot
U rent $124 per month, Eas
Washington st., walking dis
50x100 lot on Hibbard st.
near business center Monta
villa; easy terms.
70x101 corner at Arleta, $100
cash, $10 per month; snap.
2 lots, 50x100 each. Milwaukie
6 lots, 50x100 each, on Lowell
ave., south Portland.
Nice 50x100 lot in Lenox Ad
dition; $25 cash, $10 per mo.
50x100. on "Virginia St., Southern
Portland; easy terms.
2 lots, 60x102 each; Silver
50x100, E. 33d st., near Clinton;
easy terms; snap.
Lot 50x100 on Wasco near E.
28tn. Worth $1200. Snap.
100x100. cor. 33d, near Alberta-
Snap; $400 cash.
50x100 business corner. 22d
and Division; business all
around it; fine for flats.
fine lot, 50x100, on Willamette
Heights; part cash.
100x100 on Cleveland ave.
Piedmont; worth $3000; terms.
Beautiful view lot. 50x100,
Water and Lane sts. South
100x100 corner, E. 30th and
Pine sts.; $1000 casn.
100x100 on Kelly St.; cheapest
quarter in South Portland;
Grussi & Zadow
317 Board of Trade Bldg.. 4th and Oak.
WE HAVE IT
226 STARK STREET
Modern residence on Vi block, corner
bast 11th and Clackamas, 2 blocks
from lrvington car; 8 rooms, carpeted
throughout. A d-horsepower vacuum
cleaning machine. Strictlv modern in
svery respect. Hard-surface street im
provements in and paid tor. Place
must be seen to be appreciated.
McCargar, Bates & Lively
318 Failing Building.
Owner, who needs money to tak care
of an investment, will sell his lrvington
home for $11,000. Home occupies choice
quarter block on street where all the
nones are on quarter diocks; delight
ful Surroundings. tWO blocks frnm nar.
line, on hard-surface paved street, which
is all paid for. Fine lawn. Housn is
splendidly built. Is finely arranged, has
eight big rooms, plenty of closets, fine
interior nnisn, and was hunt as a home
by the owner. Roomy front and side
porches: has sleeDincr balconv: Iwr. hi
fireplaces. Price includes all carpets.
linuieuuia ana siiftaes.
Act quickly, as this is a snan snH
will &u in a. nurry.
S. D. VISCBXT & CO.,
420-42S LnmbermenM Bldg;.,
Fifth and Stark.
Phones. Main 8900, A 7488.
On Dover and Upshur sts.,
8-room house, good barn;
best buy in city at $8500;
$3o00 cash, bal. 6 per cent.
R. C. CHISM
.615 Couch Bldg.
See this for an investment. It can 't
be beat. Trackage in front of prop
erty. See W. J. Baker, 519 Board of
23d and Washington Sts.
Facing Three Streets
IXaiUUJ 203V4 WASIUSGTOX ST.
512 Chamber of Commerce.
$135,000 Sixth street, quar-
ter block, 3-story brick build
ing; 6 per cent net income.
$100,000 Sixth St., quarter
block, near Burnsi&o ; income
bearing. $55,000 Fifth st., full corner
lot, 50x100 feet; good revenue
producer. 5535,000 East Side, choice lo
cation, full quarter block, three
story brick building; S per cent
net income. Building alone
worth the money.
21,000 Williams ave.. with
in 7 blocks of the Steel bridge
and near the new Broadway
bridge; two choice business cor
ners; monthly rental $135.
. $17,500 Nob Hill, modern
4-flat building, full size lot, 11
per cent net income.
53000 Macadam street, near
Gibbs, full size corner lot; east
$30,COO Fourteenth st., full
quarter block, 100x100 fc-t:
close in, near Glisan st. ; some
$31,500 Thirteenth st... cor
ner, 75x100, north of Hoyt st.;
only $6500 cah will handle this.
$45,000 Thirteenth st., north
of Glisan, 21 full size lots,
with frontage also on 14th st.;
$65, OOO 15th street, full half
block, with 200 feet of track
age. Well located, north of
$75,000 Thirteenth st., just
half block, 200: X) feet, north
of Glisan st.; one-third cash.
512 Chamber of Commerce.
Highest State of Cultiva
tion and Improvement
In the garden spot of East Multnomah,
surrounded with fine homes; milt of
railroad station and Kairview electric
line; fine 8-room house, largre barns
and outbuildings; all kinds of fruit and
berries,. 2 acres set to Lambert cherries;
land all in cultivation; running water.
A beautiful suburban home arid auto
mobile road to Portland. Price 6500.
The Dunn -Lawrence Co.
IMS Alder St.
6-room and attic cot
tage, full basement, 50
xlOO. full improved et.
Kast Taylor, near 20th. A snap.
near E. 22d;
.Modern i-room homer
with furnace and fire
place; on Kast Couch,
54-foot lot; a bargain.
A nice new ti-room
house and barn in
Ladd's add.; with sleep
ing" porch, furnace and fireplace and
all other modern conveniences.
F. W. TORGLER
106 Sherlorlt Bldsr.
86SOO Modern seven-room, two-story
Twenty-second street. See this to
appreciate a home. Lot 60x100.
$4500 Up-to-date Trvlnprton six-
room nome on asco street, near
Twenty-second. Unheard-of price
for Irvlnarton. Terms.
S3600 New six - room, two - story
nome in lrvington on w asco street,
near Twenty-fourth. Modern In
S3SOO Modern six - room California.
oungatow on ivtaaison street, near
East Forty-sixth street. Corner lot.
THE SPANTON COMPANY
Ground Kloor ew I.eivln Bldff Fourth
and Oak Sts.
THE BEST CORNER BARGAIN"
On the Street.
$1000 SPOT CASH
FERRIS-MINGr REALTY CO,
50S Board of Trade.
23d St J 6,000 ;
Full corner lot
north of Wash -
ngton St., with
small cottage and large building: now
usea tor party ana meetings ana dances,
which could easily be remodeled into
stores or garage, etc. Choice location
for apartment-house or business, ami
a bargain. Only $6000 cash, balance.
long lime. rt. jvoreii, jou tstarK.
A BIG SNAP
For $14,000. half cash, balance to uit
purchaser, an apartment-house with in
come of $150 per month, and can be in
creased to $170 per month. This snap
must be taken at once at price named.
GEO. C1RTIS, 7O0 Couch Bide.
In a platting proposition, handle our
owp property. If you have $3000 to
nvtei, iei me leu you about It.
S. T. WALlviiR, 604 Corbett Building.