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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 20, 1904.
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BEST OF CHASE
HEALTH OMICrBS ABB HTTBTIWO
A BEPOBTED 8MA1.1P0X CASH,
BUT THB PATEE1TT KAftAOXS TO
BfcTPB THXM AT CBITICAL MO-
v During the past three days the local
health authorities have been trying to
capture a man who was reported to be
confined at 144 First street with a dis
ease, first ald to be smallpox and later
A ' friend of the man called et the
health office In the city hall on Thurs
day and reported the case as resembling
smallpox. Acting under this advice
ieputy Beutelspacher visited the num
ber given him, but no sick man was
' there. , -
Since that time it has been a game of
hide and seek and the fugitive seems to
have had much the best of It. "We will
catch the fellow yet." said City Physi
cian Zan today. So far he has had the
(Journal Special ScttIc.) J
' Manila, P. I., Feb. 20. News has
reached here that Lieutenant McRae and
six constables were ambushed and cut
to pieces in eastern Saraar. The na
tives of that section have for a long
.time, been considered dangerous .but the
authorities did not think that they would
would have the audacity to make a
serious demonstration. 4t is'feared that
other murders may have taken place at
some of the, outposts 'from which word
has not been received. . The constables
were tortured and cut to pieces until
Troops may be ordered to the scene
to put down the rebellion Army officers
here are of the opjnton that the only way
to establish'peace is to punish the na
tives In a manner they wIlV long remem
TO WM. R. HEARST
(WashlSKtoa Bnreaa of Tbft toutnal.)
Washington, Feb. 20.-Secretary M.
V Ihmsen of the National Association
of Democratic clubs today made public
a dispatch received by him from the
Democratic , central committee of New
Mexico commending the Interest ani
efforts shown ' by W. R. Hearst In be
half of the statehood for New Mexico.
'The committee says: "Mr. Hearst has
shown and proved himself a true loyal
friend of New Mexico and deserves the
undying gratitude of Its people."
' "The committee has no authority io
Instruct delegates not yet chosen, but It
favors instructing - New Mexico dele
gates to the national convention to work
for Mr.: lIearstJ:.':..u.::.-.:.--- :
MAN DIES BY GAS
. (Journal Special SerTice.)
Bpiagepori,- t'onn.r rvtzv: josepn
Canfleld, the - manager - of the Canfteld
Rubber . works,' a wealthy young club
man. who several years ago created a
.sensation by marrying a factory girl,
was found ' dead In bed yesterday.
, A Swedish . maid servant was also
found dead. It is presumed they were
asphyxiated by gas from the furnace.
A HAPPY HOME
ti the One Ton Can Call All Tour Own
and Enjoy life In.
.." Did you ever own a home? Did you
ever have a desire to own a home? Do
1 you want to own a home? If you have
a desire to own one, the way to do so
in in your grasp. The opportune time
Is "at hand. You can own a home, erected
-. on the finest residence property in the
'city. It makes no difference where it Is
located In the Hawthorne First Addi
tion, Hawthorne Park and Ladd's Addi
tion outclasses them all for residence
purposes. ' High elevation, good drain-
' age, fine soil, walking distance of main
part of the city, best streetcar service,
.bar 'none, streets graded, cement
" sidewalks, " gat and "electricity, wa-
ter connection, close to churches and
schools. What more could be asked?
You can have choice of unsold lots In
either of these additions, a house built
after plans made from your own Ideas,
, house erected in 90 days, without a cent
' cost to you until accepted and ready for
you to move Into. Then you pay one
fourth the cost of "house, lot not In
cluded, and after that you pay a nominal
r rental sum, and the taxes and insur
ance, which are never more than $50 or
$60 a year.
No houses In either of these additions
are erected that cost less than $2,000, not
including a lot.
The property offered is without ex
ception the best in the city from any
and every standpoint, while the plan
easy monthly payments is the very best
made. The houses that have so far been
built speak for the quality of material
ana workmanship that are put into tnem.
If you are interested, call and see
Cate c Powell, 701 Chamber of Com
merce. You will find them pleasant gen
tlemen to talk to and they will take
great pleasure In explaining the plans,
showing you the property and the houses
that have been erected. Tou can take
our word for it, you will find it worth
your time even though you did not In
vest HABXVB VOTES.
Ran Francisco. Feb. , 20. Sailed at
10:30 a. m. United States transport
fiuford for Portland. 1
Sailed at midnight Steamer Aberdeen
Sailed at ( p. nr. yesterday Steamer
Despatch for Portland.
. Astoria, Feb. 18. Sailed at 1:30 p. m.
Steamer G, C Llndeuer for San Fran
cisco. Left up at 8:15 p. m. Steamer Ore
gon. Astoria, Feb. 20. Condition of the
bar at 8 a. m.. moderate; wind south
west; weather rainy; thick outside.
BIX MAXZ8 QOOD TOO,
Pilot Patterson, who took the trans
port pix to Astoria reports that the
steamer mads good time all the way
down stream.. Owing to a heavy fog.
however, she was detained several hours
ywterUy" morning at Rainier, It, re
quired but three hours for her to. go
niicr. ana rour ana. one nair hours
rou lor to, Astoria,
,1 Ml BOON G
The sagebrush Flatus Will Boon, Be
- Transformed Into a Fair Sample of
a Modern Eden Wearly a Quar
y , ter of a Millions Acres to '
Tracts of rive to Twenty Acres Being
Bapldly Bold Molsturs Whoa pa
sired and Crops Cannot Tallr
. Settlers Bushing In Bnsl-
asss Chanoes. .
Irrlgon, Or., Feb.. 19. Let me tell yon
first of all, that Irrlgton, Or., is located
on the Oregon Railroad & . Navigation
company's railroad. 180 miles east of
Portland; 7 miles west of Umatilla Junc
tion and 51 miles nearer Portland than is
Pendleton, . Umatilla county. I locate
Irrlgon thus minutely because the town
is only 60 days old,; and although hun
dreds of Journal readers have passed over
these grounds since the embryo , city a
birth, it is probable that not a score of
them could tell their neighbor within 20
miles of its location. The place la In
Morrow county, and Heppner Is the
county seat. -
It Is probable that . Irrlgon is today
the liveliest hamlet on the Pacific slope.
I find the place a veritable beehive. Mul
titudes of strangers are here from all
sections of the country, especially from
the irrigated regions, and they are buy
ing up S, 10 and 20' acre tracts of land
with an avidity that would almost con
vince a tenderfoot that here is the last
chance on earth to acquire a spot of
poor old Mother Earth large enough upon
which to plant a vine and flg tree under
which the owner' might Worship to his
heart's content without fear of molesta
tion: The cause of this activity is easily ex
plained when the conditions here are
understood. At this moment the country
hereabout is a Vast, almost arid, sand
and sagebrush plain. At least this is the
reputation tha region long has borne, and
in many respects Us character has not
been believed. That there is sagebrush in
abundance will not be denied, and that
there is sand enough-to 'plaster every
dwelling in Oregon and sufficient to spare
to supply the Russian army with that
much-needed commodity, it would be folly
to gainsay. But this "sand" Is largely
impregnated with a rich loam that needs
but moisture to make it as productive
as any soil in the United States. This
has been perfectly demonstrated time
and again by ranchmen who have irri
gated smalt fields with water pumped
from the Columbia . river, which skirts
the nearly 250,000 acres of ground owned
by the Oregon Land & Water company.
Through this large tract this company
has constructed a massive flume and
ditch, .which is filled from the Umatilla
river, from which water will be deposed
upon these broad and level prairies,
changing them from comparatively bar
ren wastes to compare with the pro
ductive soil' of the greenest valleys of
the world. And this is ths cause of the
great influx of settlers to this part fit
the Webfoot state. And, as has been said.
most of these strangers come from parts
of the country where Irrigation is al
most wholly depended upon for the grow
ing of grain, hay and vegetation.. The
man uneducated in matters of irrigation
Is at first exceedingly, chary of taking
hold of such propositions, but he who is
Informed In "this respectis, by his educa
tion, precisely , the opposite of his un
learned fellow. The latter would not be
content to engage in the cultivation of
land dependent for Its moisture solely
upon the natural fall of rain, and the
former is hard to be reconciled to the
efficacy of artificial methods of pro
ducing moisture. Though on irrigated
soil water is had whenever it is needed,
and crops are always sure, there are men
who look askance at irrigation literature
and projects as though they were to be
avoided, while cn the other hand men in
formed on - irrigation will not cultivate
the land In doubtful districts and run the
chance of drouths and consequent failure
of their harveats. Nearly every man in
Irrlgon understands irrigation, so that
the conversation here Is almost entirely
on the subject of fruit, berry, grape,
melon, tomato, vegetable and grain culti
vation, while at Heppner sheep and wool
are discussed from the hour of the morn
Ing meal to that of retirement when
Nature is robed in darkness.
Irrigation means that crops may be
produced regardless of rainfall, and a lit
tle thought will teach one that vegeta
bles, berries and fruitsor any crop, for
that matter grown upon irrigated land
are of better flavor than if produced un
der cloudy skies. Irrigation Is never nec
essary except In sunny regions, hence
everything produced through the medium
of Irrigation Is matured beneath dally
sunshine, which has a tendency to
sweeten and flavor the cultivated crop.
For this reason, and the further one that
there cannot' be a failure of a harvest
where water is at 'the command of the
farmer, Irrlgon is the most talked of
town today in the state, ' and It is not
likely that anywhere else on toe coast is
property changing hands so rapidly,
Many tracts are sold through the medium
of correspondence It not infre
quently happening that the buyer
Is a clerk in a store or bank
in some' eastern city, into whose
hands the company's literature has fal
len. He, or she, makes his, or her, first
payment, according to the company's
terms of sale, which are easily complied
with, but a small sura being required
down, then delegates'to the company the
business or improving the ground, which
It does at actual cost. In this way the
buyer soon has a little principality of
his own, is out of debt, and in position to
set up business for himself. Of course
there are many well-to-do buyers, but
by the company's arrangement a servant
girl' may, by practicing a little .rugality,
own a nest egg that will Incubate into a
supporting brood, making her Independent
of mistresses and a lady of some Im
portance In the community In which she
dwells.- Of course a girl of this energy
Is much sought after, and the end of it
all Is that she becomes a mistress her
self, anxiety as to her future has de
parted, and an exceedingly useful citizen
results. Men of small families are taking
advantage of this opportunity to provide
a home (or themselves, and those of in
dependent means are here to still further
enlarge their possessions.
A large strawberry grower from Hood
fiver, that famous berry region, is plant
ing several acres of strawberry plants
this season,' and next year will have his
entire 80 acres under, berries, vines and
fruit trees. This is the largest tract sold
to any , one person, it not being the de
sire of Manager Hoi brook to sell more
than 20 acres to a purchaser. ,
The water brought to this land will
make it about as prolific as that of the
valley of .the Nile-, fertilised each year
by the overflow of the river, which means
that, $500 each will noi be an unusual
value when placed' upon these acres a
few years hence. It will be recognised,
therefore, that present prices can not be
long expected. There Is sure to- be an
elevation. It may come any day. . Mr.
Holbrook will not promts that It won't.
so if any ' one wishes to get In on the
ground floor," my advice to mat in
dividual is to move quickly. I am told
that-.--Messrs. Brong & Hammer,
MdViri; Alder street, are the company's
representatives ; In Portland, and these
gentlemen will doubtless be pleased to
give all, Information desired by inter
ested ones in that city.
During the 60 days that Irrlgon has
been in existence, a good hotel has been
erected,- a general store - established, a
postofflce put In operation, a lumber yard
started and a great number of ; resl
dencesand business blocks ar4n process
of building. The capacity -of the hotel
is1 greatly overtaxed, and another is
badly needed. This will doubtless come
in good season. There are Openings for
all k.inds of business found in any coun
try. Lots in-'tho town proper are sold at
very low prices at this time, ; and there
are many persons here for the purpose
of taking advantage of these business op
portunities. . From present appearances within five
years the broad expanse of country lying
between Irrlgon and Pendleton will be
changed from a barren waste to a veri
table garden. The sage brush is rapidly
disappearing already, , and the drifting
sands of today will soon be changed into
the berry and fruit ranches of the pros
perous owners of the nearby times.
Melon growers say that the sou or an
this region of Eastern Oregon is most
admirably adapted-to the' production of
that crop. Portland last year paid Cali
fornia melon growers more than $150,-
000 for melons shipped there from that
state, but when Irrlgon has another year
or two upon its age California shipments
to Portland will be a thing of the past.
Its melons come to the Oregon market
in a partially decayed, wilted condition.
Those shipped from Irrlgon will reach
their destination on the Willamette within
Six hours after the cars "have been put
in motion, and fresh as when picked
from the vines. The same will obtain as
to tomatoes, berries and other products
of the Irrlgon country, hence the day la
not far away when this part of Oregon
will supplant California in the supply of
hundreds of thousands of dollars' worth
of edibles to the Portland and Puget
Irrlgon is bound to boom. All this big
tract of country is bound to boom-. It is
booming and the Oregon Land & Water
company, owners of the townsite and the
VUlafarma, as its property is called, will
also boom. It has a good thing her.
i t a. h. ;
Early this morning the Willamette
river was down to II feet, having fallen
two feet during the past 24 hoars. It
Itf now at a good boating stage, and all
fears of a flood have vanished.
It Is expected that the remaining pon
toon on the ways at Vancouver will be
AT CUT RATES
UNTIL MARCH 1,
The Boston Painless Dentists
Are doing air dental work for cost of
material to Introduce our late discov
eries and painless methods. EX
INQS. 85c; GOLD
Full Set, Tit Guaranteed $3.00
NO STUDENTS EMPLOYED. Come
in at once and take advantage of low
rates. All work done by specialists
WITHOUT PAIN and GUARANTEED
for TEN YEARS. Our late botanical
discovery to apply to the gums for ex
tracting, filling and crowning teefh with
out pain is known and -used only by
BOSTON PAINLESS DENTISTS
Corner Fifth and Morrison streets. En
trance 291H Morrison, opposite Meier
A Frank's. Hours 8:30 a, m. to 6. p. m.;
Sundays till 1.
OPEN THE TEAR ROUND.
Cases of Dyspepsia, Indigestion. Ca
tarrh of Head and Stomach. Gout, Rheu
matism and ALL blood diseases taken
under a guarantee to be cured In a spe
cified time or all expenses. Including
railway fare both ways, refunded.
These waters renovato the entire sys
tem and remove almost every disease.
Send EOo for a bottle of nomacu and
Round-trip tickets at reieced rates.
Inquire of any Southern Paclflo railroad
TUSCAN MINERAL SPRINGS CORP.,
'.Tuscan Springs, Cat
frank X Belles, manager.
O SPICES o
FLc;on;: io extracts
CL05SET 6 DEYER5
A 1 PORTLAND OREGON ..
: Successors :'
DIXON, BORGESON A CO.
Manufacturers of Every Description of
JEWELERS' AND DRUGGISTS WALL
. CASES AND BANK FIXTURES.
140-143 V. SIXTH BT POBTTjABD, OB,
902-908 rirst Ave., South, Seattle, Wash,
Schwab Bros, PrintingCo.
" Best Work, Seasonable Prices
847K 0taxk Itrstt, mono Mala 278
f IBSsaasaaaaaasaaMaaMsaaa " i""""
3 Chamber of Commerce
We offer houses
ii reyery part of
tHe city at lO per
, cent down and
one per cent per
month that is.
on a $3500 prbp
. erty the cash
be $350 and the
We believe our
our terms cannot
These houses range
in value from
$1850 to $4500
Most of them are
We desire to
have you call
and examine our
We will also
build ahouse for
you in almost any
part of Portland,
your own plans,
at lO per cent
down and and
one per cent per
New modern 5-room house, mil
complete, ready to move into; hot
and cold water; Bath; 50x100 foot
lot; shade trees; this is a snap,
$800, It is worth $1500; cash is
what talks. Call Sunday or
Monday and see owner.
- -. t . .. f ... .
Take the Mt. Scott Car. Also
two large lots for $200 one block
from the car line.
Of one story, with private switch ter
minal grounds in North Portland, for
sale at less than cost.
j. s. wilcox a co,
Proprietor of tba
Xiarrest ana Most Complete
- Brewery In the northwest, .
Bottled Beer a Specialty
TEUIFKOirS So. 73.
Offloa 13th and Burnslde SteMta,
Y tv jar 1 '
Tha largest and most complete a a
dertaklnz establishment on theCoast.
F. S. Dunning, Inc., 414 East Alder,
corner East' Sixth. Both phones.
Calls promptly answered to any part
of the city. .
SH horse power 1100.00
6 horse power . , . .8178.00
7 horse power ................. . 9370.00
Alt SIZES OASOLIira SW
oisrxs. rtrc.LT wakbawted
Write for prices on anything in ma
REIERS0N MACHINERY CO.,
toot or mobbiso stbeet, ....
aaa wia-iMJSII.IsislisiMisasi. .y,,,,--,. . nmmmm
Our Bargains for the WecR
o ackes Unimproved land; 8 acres
good tillable fruit soil, remainder
pasture with 1 160 wood value; all
under irrigation; situated on county
road, 1H miles from Hood River;
excellent location for poultry-rals-
inif. very -eaeap. race saau.
rt W I' BAY mi mstw . mm www ttt U
a a vi,.ai -m 4. - ithili
, , doing nice business; stock new and
clean; invoices 18,000; paid salary
to owner and netted 13 per cent last
. year; good buildings; sell all or part
of stock, rrica S9.000.
80 ACBES . First-class apple land, i
miles from -Hood River, on - county
.' road; 4 acres in cultivation; 60 acres
good fir timber: house and barn.
A genuine bargain. Price S2S par
;ibi) acres, in "Upper Hood River
f. Valley," 18 miles out; 60 acres wil
low land; easily cleared; suitable
ior orcnara; some valuable urn Der;
a spring- creeks. Frio a aaso.
S-ACRE TRACTS First - class unim
proved fruit land, mile from town
of White Salmon, Wash.; 3.V. miles
from Hood River, on Trout Lake
stage line; rural mail dally; also
telephone. Prioe $300 per tract;
Geo. D. Culbertson & Co.
leading X,and Agents.
BOOS BITER, OBEaOH.
DON? FAIL TO SEE
OUR SNAPS ,
$7flft fr good (-room house, hard
,ww finished, fins In: lot EflxlOrt.
For beautiful houseboat for a
summer home on tha river. It
. has a splendid hull,, size 24x81,
air well built, outage design, 6
. rooms, 100 feet of porch; banis
ter 3 feet high; celled; a moat
- comfortable home, for sale or
rent. - .. ..- .. . .
tSflfl For to acres; li cleared; several
acres Tilantml in nr snnles.
Seaches; spring on place; splen
ld soil; near Gresham.
$?0A For a finis lot. (0x105, and 10
w foot allev: new house. Ix2
' room upstairs for 1 good bed
rooms; house not Quite com
$60 AH ACRE For a 40-acre tract, 1
v mil rrorn bo car line.
tnOft For 40 acres; 20 clear, 8 mora
fiiWV not free from stumps; soU rloh
x loam, very productive; qulta
level, but good drainage; spring
- water;- 4-room house, barn; 2
horses, 4 cows, 2 yearlings, 100
chickens, henhouse and yards;
brooder. Incubator, etc.; 2 wag
ons, plow, harrow, cultivator,
mower, etc.; 1 mile to cheese
factory; 60 fruit trees.
Equity Real Estate Co.
384 East BCorrlsoa.
On Woodstock car Una, has a beautiful
view of the city and is nearer the busi
ness center than any other addition
with the same prices arid terms; streets
are graaea ana water mains iaia.
IOT8 BOX100 A3TD 88X1M TEET.
PRICE $185 TO $300. TERMS $S
SOW ARB $3 FEB XOHTM.
Take Woodstock car at foot of Morrison
street bridge. Agent on ths ground
SOxSSO fast water frontage,' near Morri
son street bridge.
e-ROOM house, with bath, hot and cold
water; lot 60x100. Price fl.000 8200
down, 818 per month. Call at office
between 8 and 10 a. m. -
Portland Land Co.
' 179H Xadlson atraet, -
Property Tor Sale
WE HAVE SOME GOOD BARGAINS
IN IMPROVED AND UNIMPROVED
CITY' RESIDENCE AND BUSINESS
PROPERTY FOR SALE.
Parrish, WatRins & Co.,
4 8S0 AZiSEB BTBEET.
VERY CHEAP FARM
134 ACBES SB cultivated; good family
orchard; running water: lour nn.
springs; good barn, 40x58 feet; old
house; lu miles of good town and
. boat landing; this Is cheap at I1.7&Q,
HENKLB & BAKER
SIT Ablngton Bldg., Portland, Or.
100 by ISO fast. -Ideally sitnatad, high
and Wall drained. Por sals at a bargain.
E. C. Bronaugh
434 Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
Phone, Kaln 1000.
83 ACBES All level land; sll cultj
. vated; 16 acres in hops; tins hop
house, dwelling, etc.; joins corporate
limits of good valley town, on both
rail and river;, crop this year will
pay one-half of price of farm; give
, Immediate possession.
HENKLE & BAKER
817 Ablngton Bldg., Portland, Or.
A Real Bargain
If you want a nice, new, modern horns
of rooms, with gas, bath and other
conveniences. Fulllot, 80 roses, flowers,
shrubs and small fruit. '
On Bast Bnrnslda street. Call IU Soot
8673. Prlos $8,000 cash or install
ments. SNAP - - -
88 ACRES All good, level ' land, . all
fenced:,. 20 acres cultivated; 800
bearing fruit trees; 60 grape vines;
house, barn, other outbuildings;
fronts on good road; mile to
store, shop, creamery, school, etc;
convenient to Portland; only 1,3G0.
HENKLE & BAKER
. ... . 8117 Ablagtoa Building. . ,
You Wanl to Gtt the
For Your Money?, r
And Xf Bo, Corns sad See Ks tt Will
P7 Ton. .
t 800 Buvs 6 full lots 100x810 feet. Ira
mediately on the Woodstock car
v."1 line; water pipe laid a half-mile
- : - xnis sias oe wooasiocKi remeiu-
600 Will purchase- 8 lots in same lo
callty, within 80 feet of tha car
line; nice ana sightly . grouna;
$1850 For 10 acres on the Barnes road.
and only 4 miles from Hotel
Portland; doss to school.
$8000 For one of tha finest pieces of
? round of IS acres, very close to
he "Mount Scott car line." and
: fronting ths county road; in fine
$7500 For a beautiful, piece of acreage
in cultivation, and near the pala-
tiai residence oi. Mr. urrei.
$10,500 Buys a corner lot, ' well lm-
- provea, in coucn Aaaiiion, oc
cupied by "permanent tenants,
with an : Income of $130 . per
month. , .. .
$5500 Will buy 100x100, with 3 houses,
in uoiasmiin s Auauiuu, uring
' ing $30 per month at 'low rent,
and room for one mors house..
I have several quarter blocks of city
property-ranging from $26,000 to $48,
000; good Investments for men, of means.
Boom 817 Commercial Blook.
HCNKLi: (EL BAKER
ai7 Ablngton Building
FARMS AND CITY PROPERTY
10 ACBES Of land, fronts on Willam
ette river; convenient to alectrlo
, line; nice new house, bam; some
fruit and berries; would trads for
home In Portland. ' -
845-ACBB Improved farm ln Linn
county, 1H miles irom sia
' ' tlon $5,890. ,. '
80 ACBES Good land; fenced; 1
acres cultivated;- new house, 4
rooms; woodshed, 16x25, rustlo and
sainted; watered by springs and
brook; house fronts on two good
roads; corners at place: splendid
community: 10H miles from Ore
gon City; planked and graveled road
nearly all way to farm; only $1,780.
80 ACBES Good land; 28 acres culti
vated, balancs In meadow, pasture
and timber; 100 assorted fruit
trees; 400 winter apples- nut
trees, all in nlcs condition; nice,
large, new house, plastered ' and
painted; bay window, porches, eta;
fawn, with shrubbery; nice fence,
painted; barn and other outbuild-,
ings; water conducted to house
from spring above house; also, nlcs
. stream of water; quarter mils . to
town, stores, school, -depot, boat
landing: also sasy to reach Port
land $2,800. ;-. .
CITY PBOPEBTT. .
BOOK nice cottage, basement, con-
, crete walks, fruits, nowars. Darn:
large grounds; in best part of
Montavilla: chean at $1,800.
V-BOOK new, modern, up-to-date house.
corner uot, in bunnysiae.
7-BOOX new, modern house, ready for
occupancy, on, East Alder at, near
TWO GOOD HOUSES, on West Bids;
rental value $28 per month.
5-BOOK new cottage, near East Ankeny
car barn; eaay terms $1,600.
4-BOOM house in Upper Alblna; ranted
at $18 per month; will exchange
for a small suburban horns.
Some Choice Inside
1st Is that nice cottage on East 10th
between East Ash and East Ankeny
streets. Now, what ars ws ottered
for It? ;- .
8d 8 -room house on East Ash street,
close-in; wa will sell very cheap;
bath, all improvements, with gas
fixtures, etc ,
3d The only good and available quarter
block left In East Portland; delight
fully located on car Una see It
corner East Pine and East 18th sts.,
and you will agree with us.
4th That delightful quarter block, cor
ner Kaat 12th and East Ollsan sts.
You will find nothing In this locality
.for the money ws ars asking for It
6th Now hero It Is those fine lots, 1,
2 and 8, block 21, Highland the
best on the market; beautiful loca
tion. , -,f
6th Fine new 6-room modern house;
complete possession given at once;
J. L. Wells & Co.
84 O BAITS ATBBTTB.
Bargains in Houses
and Lots. .
TXBEB 5-BOOM cottages', cement base
ments, with all the modern im-
.provements; 100x100 feet ground,
food location; renting now . for
14 per month each; a good in
vestment $4,800, part cash, bal
ance at 6 per cent.
A HZW 6-room house, modern Improve
ments, East 11th st, near Burn
6-BOOM modern house, choice location,
on East Ankeny street, close in.
HXW 6-ROOM modern house, barn; lot
60x100; choice location; B. 28th
st 19,300, part cash.
$1050 6-room house, corner lot. East
27th, near Ankeny.
$1500 Will buy a 6-room modern cot
tage $500 cash, balance 6 per
- , ,: cent; choice location, on East
28th and Ankeny car Una.
$ 050 Small house, lot 60x100; cash or
on time. - . i
$ 550 For a lot 60x100; choice location:
street Improved.' sewer, gas and
' electric light; title insured.
$ 850 Will buy choice lots in East
. Portland Heights $25 cash, bal
ance easy payments. ,
108 Orand Avenue, East Bids.
Hood River Farm
APPLES and STRAWBERRIES
40 ACBES All lays on nlcs. gentle
south slope. Just right to Irrigate;
$H miles from Hood River, Or.; 20
acres in f ul bearing apples, best
vsrletles; 10 acres In strawberries,
balance in clover and all - under
irrigation; 2 dwellings, barn and
apple-house; the best money-maker
V offered; none better; owner- needs
1- money for other purposes and will
i sell for much less than value If
taken now. ' .-- 1
HENKLE & BAKER
017 Ablngton Bldg.. Portland, Or. -
LIND & SIIEPARD
Real Estate Exchange
We have the most
sightly building lots In
the world at very low fig
ures withlh three min
utes walk from the great
Lots and acreages In all
parts of St. Johns.; Easy
terms. . Call and see us
l flns fruit and grain ranch of 410 acres.
wunin mnes or a city oi e,vu in-;
habitants, on easy terms. .
873 acres In Yamhill county; fins stock
ranch; fins timber.
3 ohloksm ranches, small; close In.
I business blook on Third street.
1 ' quarter block, vacant, and several
otner ousmees lota that would inter
est parties with capital. - - .
8 now residences on East Bids. .
4 nles homes on West Bids.
8 very Has rooming-houses.
Boardlajr-honse, eentrallr looatadi has
now 17 boarders, and good paying
miiawi tor fiwu.
Boom 418, Bsknm Boll ding.
. 264 Stark SL
Buys and Sells
MONEY TO LOAN
To got s boms on ths Bast lids, where
prloss ara jrst low bat rapidly advancing.
Ws have a nloe 7-room cottage oa Bf.
Union avsnus for $1,750 j a good 7-room
houss close in on B. Ankeny st for $8,
300; an up-to-date, modern S-room house, .
good as new, ths very ohotosst location,
on B. Aakany st for $400 1 s model
home of rooms, grounds 84x100 feat,
oa B. 18th st 85,0001 a fins oornar, with
t-room house, very esatraJL B. Oak st
for only $3,000. Ths abovs ars all first-
class investments. Terms aasyi posses
slon can bs had oa short notloa. .
LAMBERT & SARGENT
83 H. WA8XIB-OTOB ST.
Ths nsw, coming city of Clackamas
county, offers great inducements for
manufacturers of all kinds. It has tha
most powerful electrlo and water power
In ths Northwest v ,
OREGON WATER POWER
Oregon Water Bowsr Ballway Com.
pany Bulldlag, 138 H rirst U Cor.
Aider, Boom 8, Bhoas Main 818.
HAVE YOU SEEN
LAM ARGENT PARK?
Why pay $800 for a suburban lot when
you oka get a B-acrs tract for $850 oa
electrlo ear 11ns, 40 minutes' rids from
ths city i terms one-third cash, balance
long time. This Is ths bast opportunity
svar offsrsd to get cheap land asav ths
LAMBERT & SARGENT
883 X. WABBlBwTOir IT. ,
1 50 Acres
Ons mils ' from good valley - town, on
river bottom. THIS ISA BAROAIM
FOR $1,500. -
M. E. LEE & CO.
Room itti Mohawk Bldg., 184 Third 8t
$1700 A fins new house, 8 rooms, bath.
v etc.; lot toxioo; Woodlawn, closs
, to car; terms. ,
$ 700 A beautiful little lot 89x50, on
. in. juui omo, witnin easy walk
ing distance, - and on two oar
' lines: a flns netahborhood.
$ 800 Each, a few lots on. William
Acrs tracts on ths Woodstock.- MnnW
Bcott and Gresham oar lines; cheap;
easy terms. ,
881 WOBOESTXB BX.OOX. '
I AOBB8 Choice land, near oar Una.
, at South Mount Tabor; house, barn;
80 bearing fruit trees; 1,800 black.
.! berries; 4 aqrs raspberries; H acrs
i strawberrlesil owner leaving ths
' state; will sell now, only $1,600.
HENKLE & BAKER
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