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TACOMA.IVASH.v Centml News company, 1121
TI01SK. IDAHO Pioneer bock tore.
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' ' TODAY'S FORECAST,,
" ' Weallier condition nd general forecaat for
Orckoii, Waahliigton and Idaho; -
Clearing, and ixild weather pri'all thl morn
ing l the Nortp, Pacini- tatp. Sharp frot
(H-rtirrcd In weetern Oregon and wgitera Waah
lupion. and the temPerattirea east of the t'aa
cade nKMintHlua are from 0 to 18 degree colder
icon ycaterday morning. H'Ty miowa are re
mrtcd In Uoutan. with xen weather, and
It la equally cold lu North INiUnta. and Min
nesota and ikiw haa begun falling In that
action. High wlnda are reported at Denyer,
with the unmmally high teintteratttre of 00 de
gree, at o'clock thla nionilug,. .....
The Indications arc fur fulr weather In thta
district 'IhunMlay. with colder weather tonight
In iihinn. followed by irtmrty rterng tempera
lure Thursday In all portion of thl district.
The cold wen titer caused fall of half a
foot lu the Hyot t Portland, which now
stand at 12.0 feet. It will continue to fall
during the remainder of the week.'
Maximum temperature In the last 24 hours,
4'.'; minimum temperature, :I2; precipitation, .22.
' Astoria. Jtareh ;. ArrlVed last night 8 1 earner
VostMirg. from Tlllfttumk,
Arrived down at i a. ui I'nlted State
Arrived down early this morning and aal'.ed
i t ft a. ni. Steamer Despatch, for Han Fran
I .,tlde at 7 n. m. A four-mast ship.
Arrived at 11:15 a. !. British atcsuier Indra-
vi lli, from Hong Knug and way port.
. Man I'ranclsco, March 1. Sailed at 10 p. m.
'ts uauntiess. ror rortianu,
Astoria, tlarcb I. Arrived at 12:311 p. m.
Schooner Ijiura Madaeu. rroin Nan hrauciaco.
r'r.lled at 2:30 p. m. Steamer Harrison, for
Arrived at 4:45 p. n. Steamer Elmore from
San Kranclsco. March 1. Sailed at 2 p. m.
Stcsntee AIMniif. for Portland and way porta.
Astoria. March 2. Condition of the bar at
8 a. ui.. iniooth; wind east; weather cloudy.
Antnrla, March 2. Arrived at 1:45 p. ni.-
Austrian ahip Kranclsco (inlseppl, from Port
KARRIAGE LICENSES. .
Tt. -K. Mason. 2J1. and Eva fireenwalt. 24.
William f; DaMcrt. and Sarah M. Alien.
SI. -' -
Claude T). Starr, t'laike county, Washington,
22- and I.lla H. Barnea, 21. ,
Klmo M. Cain. 22. and Blanche Vail. 20. ,
Claude 1. Smith. 2, and Sophie Becker, 25.
January 18, to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mllzer,
at 4 S.I I'nliin avenue, a daughters
February 25, to Mr. anil -Mr. Chin Luun,
February 6. to Mr. and Mr. A manual Klep,
at 6t: Mtlwaukie street, a son. .
Felirulry 2. to Mr. and Mrs. Lester French,
at 470 Wtlllaiue avenue, a sun.
' Febrnary 21, to Mr. and Mr. Adolph Krlnge,
tiroshsui. Ota a son.
. l ebrnarv IN. to Mr. tud Mrs. George Stewart,
at H.4 t.anl Tenth street, a daughter.
February -25. to Mr. and Mrs.- William F,
Welier. at 8N Kast Twentieth street, a son.
February 24. to Mr., and Mrs. Jerome C.
. irlpper, at 181 Eaat Wliteelltb atreet, a
- Fobruary 21. to Sir. and Mrs. John R.
irau.ee. at 11.15 Twenty-fli-at street, a son.
February 22. to Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Me
Klnile. at 2I4 Ivy street, a daughter.
February 23. to Mr. and Mrs. Johu Bird, at
1M hapman atreet. a daughter.
February 22, to Mr. and Mrs. Randolph
Sihmeer, ut It) East Thirty-second street, a son.
February 24. to Mr. and Mr. Fruk E.
Turner, at Montavllls, a sou.
February 27. to Mr. and Mrs. Tuthlll Spread
ellstrough. at 0M Minnesota avenue, a ana.
February 22, to Mr. and Mrs. James Fremeut
Aim II. ut I'BM-sdc lK'ka. a daughter.
February 24. to Mr. snd Mrs. Julia A. Hitch
cock, at I.lttleriM-k. Wash., a son.
February 24. to Mr. and Mr.. James Duulsp,
at ;ui Ueiiller .treet, a son.
February 2:1. to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mc
Issac. at 134 Eaat Fourteenth street, a sun.
February 3. l Mr. and Mrs. William Geo
- nlel. at tout llnvt street, s m,n.
Felu-uarr 2:1. to Mr. and Mr. Klvln Owen
Hyde, at 1K7. HevetiUeuth afreet, a daughter.
February 2K. to Mr. and Mr. Frsnk J. Weber,
ut 4M heveiith atreet. s son.
February 'J). to Mr. and Mrs, F.dwln Test, at
dm m.i nitti'entn street, a aangnter.
1,-twuarr 2U, to Mr. and Mrs. John I. Smith,
ai J'cnmeion, s son.
Coltvelle Nlchelson, aged 14 yeara, at 425
Twelfth street, varicella, mild.
Mrs. J. i;. Owen., adult, 364 East First street,
typhoid fever, mild.
Francis Tallsitt, aged B yeara, at 221 Adnma
street, tuejales. mild. i
Jencvleve Chapln, aged 9 years, at '(41 East
SIsillMiii street, mea.lcs. mild.
lu Chapln. aged 3 years, at 741 East Madl
ftiut Mtre-.-t. ineasiiHi, mild.
Stanley Cbapfu. aged lu years, at 741 East
Madison street, lueasle, tuild.
( ill 1,1 of Mr. Magel, at 360- Cook .avenue,
February 2. Dora Marks, eged 68 ' years,
heart dlscanc. Iuterment Kette Taroll cemetery.
Crematorium, on Oregon CTt; car line, near
Kenwood; niodern, scientific, complete. Charge
Adult.. $.'16;- children, $25. Visitor 9 a. n.
th s tu m. Portland Cremation association,
The. Edward llolman t'ndertsktnf company,
fmiersl director and rmbalmer, 220 Third
lrt. Paone 607.
' J. f Flnley A Son. funeral director and
emlislmeri, have removed to their new estsb
llahuet.t, corner ?1ilrd and Madison atreeta.
Ih tb nbonea No. C.
J s '. IVE TIEW CEMETERY.
' Single grave, $10. Family lots from $76 to
SI.ismi.j - Tb ouly cemetery In Portland which
rpetully toalatalu and care for lot. For
full luforuiatioa . apply to W. R. Mackensle.
H urcestur block. tlt. W. M. -Ltdd. 1 resident.
lEAt ESTATE TRANSFERS.
K.- II. Msrlay to W. I4 Harman. lots 1
sml 2. blm-k au, krl $ and 4, block 12,
- Pnrtkmoulk :$ 1
Karl f, Bronaugh and wife to Addle liar
man.' let 6. 16, 17 to 21. bbs-k In, "
Arlwr lAdge 700
Isaac Mltrkwll and if Ut S. Hatfield, '
Articles of small value can
i frequently be sold or ex-,
changea to your profit
If an article is of no fur
ther use to you, turn it
into a month's car fare
through a For Sale or
(Male or Female): To ths
' extent of 25 words TWO
TIMES FREE ; over 2$
words, 1 cent a word.
FCR RENT, BOARD, ROOMS
and n other classifications
5 cents per Kne, of 7 words,
esch Insertion. .
MALX HILT TfAllTEp.
WAKTED FOR C. S. ARMY Able bodied nn
married men. between age of 21 and SS.
rltlens of I'nltcd States, of good ehsracter
and temperate habits, who ran apesk, read
ana write English, for information, sppiy
to Recrultrng OfOcer, Third and Oak t., i
Port Is nd. Or.
GENTLEMEN of esi-cetlve abllltv represent
' flnsnelat nrnnoHltion that will bear the
closest iuvestlgntlon; Insnrsne. B. A L. or
Tontine men preferred; no mlnlug or nil
scheme; no capital required. Address box
L. IS. csre Journal.
MEN and women to learn the barber trade;
riew class for ladle Just starting. Call or
rrlte for particulars and If in doubt make
personal tnvestlgstlon. . American Bsrber
College. 2r3 Everett at.. Portland.
MEN te learn harlier trade: only S weeks re
quired; 3 years ssved: positions secured wbea
competent: catalogue mailed free, Molcr
System college. Ban rranclacJ Csl,
$30 TO 4l pe weelf Is made by writing acci
dent and ick benefit In the tTnlon Mutual
Aid association. Call or addrea 401 Mar
mtarn building. Portland, Or.
WANTED We wnt yon to remember Portland
Custom Shoe A Repair Co.. 200 Yamhill at.,
aew sole That will not rip; fiOc and npward.
HONKKI1 KMPl.OYMKNT CO Ltor r coa
tractor; belt frea te employer. 21S Mor
TRY employment and real estate offlc ITS
Madison st. Phone. Black 1712.
DR WHITE'S Sneelflc No. 1 guaranteed, to car
gonorrhea In 10 dava: Nn. IV. and 8.1 cure
gleet and stricture In 20 day: Nn. 2. svphlll
and blond poison In 00 days; No. 10. the
only pe?tflc for weak men, old or young.
-thls-apeelflc - "iskea - yon- a- man: -Carl -or
'writ. Dr. Wi.lt Medlcln company. SCS
Stark st. -
snyATioir wanted male.
WANTED A position In office or Itore; can
furnish good reference at. home or In city,
can keep a common set of hooks and use tho
typewriter I solicit cwrcapondence. Address
C. W. N. -Box 24. Philomath, Or.
WANTKD By yeunv man. work in small
nlnmhlng shop with chance to learn trade;
bad some experience; temperate; good worker.
Address A. csre Journal.
ENGINEER want, employment; 10 years' ex
perience In California mines gs hoisting and
stationary engineer and In general charge of
machinery.' 2 X. 7,.. care Journal.
WANTED Work In smsll steam laundry by
nrst-clasa man: strictly temperate. Address
B.. care Journal. "
WANTED Young man, fair education, must
have work of some kind. Addrea X. 20.
WANTED By young man IS years of age, noal-
tlon as caahler; can give referencea. Cashier,
ca re Journal.
YorNO man, sue 21. S years' experience In
the east as aalesman. living at home; bright
nd can aell anything. ' R, I, care Journal.
TWO men, with references: exceptional op
portunity for advancement, 329 Marqunra
bldg: 8-9 :S0, B-6. '
CABINETMAKER and general woodworker
wants position. K. 2. care Jonrnl.
BILLS collected on commission. Addresa A.
21. rare Journal.
SITUATION . WANTx-D FEMALE.
WANTED By young woman, work bet. 9 a. m.
and 4 p. m.; housework preferred. K. 2. care
eaat 70 feet lota 7 and 8, block 7, Ken
Point View Heal Estate company to U.
C. Clark, lota 19 to 23. north 10 feet
kit 18. block 13. Point View
The Title Guarantee A Trust company to
Joe Teresl et a I., lot 22, block 4, Til
ton' a addition
Rlvervlew Cemetery association to Joseph
ine M. Shaw, lot, 236. section IS, Rlver
Jennie W. Donnell and husband to Ma
ria L. Van Honten. lots 20 and 21,
block 11, Arbor Lodge
Maria L. Van Houten and huatiand to
Addle Harman, lota 21 and 22, block
11, Arbor Lodge
John Mulr to John G. Hettkemper, lot
S. block 33. Caxnthera' addition to Ca-
. ruthers' addition
William Winter et al. to P. Derogatla,
eaat 25 feet lota 6 and 6, block 128,
John Klernan, trustee, to Charles and M.
Johnson, lot 16, block 2, Highland
Park addition '.
Edgar L. Camp and wife to Richard
Wilson, 100 acre section 13, township
1 south, range 2 eaat; lot 2 to S. sec-
' thin 12; lot 2, section 7, township 1
south, range 2 east, etc. (see deed)..
P. A. Maniuam. executor, to Uichard
Wilson. Uo acres section 13. townahip
1 south, range 2 east: lots k 2 to 5.
section 12; lot 2, aectlon 7. township
1 south, rsnge 2 eaat. etc. t.ee deedj.
John J. Camp a nil wife to Klcbard Wilson,
160 acres section 13, township I south,
rsnge 2 east; lots 2 to 5. aectlon 12;
lot 2. aectlon 7. township 1 aoutb. range
2 east, etc. (see deedi 21,600
Sheriff t for Ijiura M. Karnes heirs) to
J. C. Olbwn, lot 16, block 23, Mount
Joseph Tsnxer and wife' to Aiitnne Burk
hsrdt. lot 1. block 2. Slees sildltlon, .
Daisy E. Cie and husband to Mamie J.
lllff, 35x05 feet lot 1, block 124. Steph
ens' addition t
Charb' Uuhman to A. W. Bngley. lots
13 nnd 14. 'il.Kk 72, Cnlversliy Park..
P. II. Mnrlay to W. S. Overlln. lot 8.
block 24. Tlblietta addition ,
Carl A. 1OfuulHt to F. snd A. Masson,
lot 12, bUck 13, Lincoln Park annex,
William II. Grout to John Paukner,
Int. 6 and 7, block 31, Peninsular addi
tion. No. 2 . . ,
George W. McCoy tu David E. Steele, lota
6 and 6. block 14. Capltan addition
M. L. Holbrouk and wife to I). Stephen
son et al.. fraction block 11. Jamca
Johns addition to St. Johns
D. L. Adama and wife to Charles Bull
man, lots 13 and 14, I'MverallK, Park:
kn lot 3. block I. Portsmouth Villa
extension and kit 26. 27. .'(0, 31. block
6, Sinltuson Land Company adldtlon...
Get your Insurance and abstract to real
estate from the Title Guarantee A Trust com
puny, Chamber of Commerce building.
(1. Scbmld. to make repairs on house at the
corner of Scllwood and Stanton streeta, to Coat
$400. . .
Htoben Lodge, to erect 2-story frame, corner
Wtlllaw aveuuo and Ivy street, to cost $3,600.
J, Kllgore. to erect bouse ou (illsan, between
Ninth and Tenth strets. to cost $300.
Jaine WleaaaM, to erect 2'jj-story dwelling At
Eaat First, between Hancock and Schuyder
Street, to cost $2,000
Otto Rummell. to erect 2-atory dwelling on
Ooromercl :L Ietwecli Scllwood and Stanton
street. U cast $2.0X5.
L. Smith, to erect 2-atory dwelllgg at aoutb
east fXM-ncr tirangcr triM't and Caldwell ave
nue, to cost $2,niiii.
' T. 4', and M. B. Green, to erect 2-story dwell
ing on Knit third. hitsrn Gllaan and Uoyt
itreeta, to cost fV.ooo. .
L ; jo X:-.:- '
FOlt SALE $4,000. 7.32 cre. In cultivations
8-rooni bouie, hard rlnlah brick basement;,
barn. citciiiL good feneca; ImproTpmcnt,
Worth 2.5'3; "g(Hd orchard; 10-nilnutq walk
from Htr limit, aouth of Sandy road. Inquire
FOB. SALE A modern 7-room house, cor,
lot 1(H) feet square, alley In rear, at IJnl
yerslty Park. 2 blocks from new city park,
1 block from new atreet. car line, (.'all on
owner, 310 Chamber of Commerce, for terms
and see photo of premises. .
WK BUY AND 8KIX
New and second-hand
. Furniture and stove.
For cash and credit.
Alder A Block, 60 North Third at.
Phone. Clay 6S0.
HOPHr HOPS! Hop roots for sale.. t4 per
1,000. - Apply I.. Kingsbury, 971 Hawthorne
ave.. Portland. Or.
HOP ranch for sale, 30 acres: price $4,000; 1.-
000 down, ImlHiiee on Interest 4 per cent. L.
Klngjihury, 971 Hawthorne sve. .
IF YOU want to sell your house. . lot. farm or
buslneas, list It with Lancaster Healty Com
pany, cor. Sixth and Morrison sts., ground
floor Mnrqnam bldg. '
WH1TB ROCKS Young stoik for sale: eggs
fl.no per setting. Address 84 Kast iHJtli.
HORSES FOR SALE.
FINft HORSES AT AUCTION! w '
We will sell at auction 1R0 head of flne
horses, Including about 20 head of light an
heavy drnft horses, single nnd In pairs.
Every horse for absolute sale. Sale take
place at Irvlngton Park, March 1. 2. 3, 'com
mencing at 10 a. m. Draft boraes will be
old , Thursday afternoon, March 3.
' j. l. McCarthy son.
A COMFORTABLK home and good stock ranch
In western oregon, handy to school and P.
)., to traUe for a small and 'well-improved
place In the Willamette valley; what have
yon got? J. A. Cpton, Llnvllle, Or.
LOT near summer resort for piano, organ, fnrnl-
liirrnr waicii. jiirs. t. n oviiuuh, iwuic v,
FOR RENT 80 West Tark; furniture all first
class; no trash: price reasonable; death In
family ciuae for selling.
WANTED Wa want you to remember Portland
- Custom Shoo & Jtepalr Co., 26U Yamhill, aew
aolea that will not rip; BOc and upward.
SIMM) on lot. and tmprovementa. value 12.000. at
Woodlnwn; repay In Installments: Interest
7 per cent. Itoiintree & Diamond, 241 Starit.
WANTED A good man to buy or trade one-half
. of a good patent; a chance for the right
man. Address Patent, care Jonrnal.
HHiHKST price paid for men' cst-off cloth
ing and shoe. 7:H N. 3d at. Green 428.
FARMS HOMESTEADS. '
FREE homestead landa; flrst-claa (rain and hay
KOOMINO-HOUSES FOR SALE
14 rooms, In good location ..
36 " good buy, long lease . . .
60 ' all full, good lease
11 " furniture cheap at .....
fro """" "corner, giood locatron .7;
24 " near poatofflce
It " near customhouse ......
f0 " hotel, good Ivaae
14 " furnished, houaekeeplng
12 " on Salmon, near Park
9 " Hose to city hall
11 " Twelfth and Columbia ..
10 " great transient comer..
0 " well located x..
Long Hat of good business chances.
Plenty or money to loan.
JKN N1NG8 A; CO., 382U WASHINOT0N ST.
AN EXCELLENT imsiness chance for a nrsf
class' hotel man; 62-room' hotel doing a flrat
claaa bualnisa; splendid bar connection: the
aub-reut pay the leaae rent of the entire block,
leaving the hotel and saloon buslnesa free
of rent; aituated In one of the best mining
towns In the state; a rare opportunity. For
further particulars addresa The Hunn-Lawrenfe
company, 14Qtfr First st.
ARE you looking for a business location? In
veatlgate the exceptional advantages offered
a t - Estacada, the coming town of Clackamsa
county. O. W. P. Townslte company, 1H2
First at., cor. Alder, room 6. Phone. Main 218.
PEHHONS deslrliTg timber claims or a mill site
for a large export nualnesa, oeep-water,
natural harbor, would do well to see F. B.
Allsrd. 302 Scllwood at., Portland.
THE NEW "HOTEL SCOTT" , ;
This ehant new, clean hotel Is now open
to the public, located In Postofflee block.
Seventh and Ankeny st.; you can. rent room
here at an me price ss you pay In the com-
inon rooming-houses; hot water, lavatories and
baths oo every floor; anmruclatnr service; bll
llarda; bar and flne dining-room; aommerclal
nu n wllgnd It to their advantage to see us.
TUB LINCOLN, just opened, 40131 Morrison St.,
cor. 11th, ha to best furnished rooms Jn th
city; bot and ccid running water; stium biU
electric lights, bath, and all tiodern ap
pointment.; new building; every facility for
caring for the traveling public: moderate
rotes. C. H. Hall, prop. Phone., Main 251.
THK PALMER HOUSE. S. K. cor. Alder and
Park ats foiruerly the Spalding, the most
complete apsrtment housa In th city: entirely
. renovated; steam beat. gas. electric light por
celain baths; every modern convenience; toor
1st and transient trade solicited. r.
THE OXFORD 6'A sfxtb St. cor. Oak; newly
opened and handsomely furnished throughout;
most luxurious apartments In tbe city; hot.
and cold water In every room; single and
en suite, with private baths; free phone.
Main 88. . A
$r75 P"i:il WEEK, large, furnished housekeep
ing rooms with use of laundry and bath; also
chep furnished cottage. 'Mr. Btxwn. 184
Sherman. Phone, Clay 208.. - , ,
FOB RENT Nice furnished front room In pri
vate family, $6 per month; ga bath and
phone East 1253. 200 Benton St., 3 block
from steel bridge. ' ." "
SINGLE rooms, day. week or month; bouns
kceplng rooms with psntry and running Waters
thoroiishly renovated snd newly furilshcd.
171 Wist Park.
NICELY furiilahed front room; good place for
stonily gentleninn; reasonable; iraa. bath
and phone Kst 1255. 290 Benton at., near
PARKHILL house, cor. Park and Yamhill; re
furnished throughout; under new management;
rooms by day. week or month.
172 WEST PARK st., near Yamhill, well fur
nished rooms, ainglo or en suite; also fur-
nisneii niu.eKeepin)r rooms.
THE COSMOS Fonrth and Morrison, furnished
housekeeping suites, suite and slngl room;
$3 per week and lip. '
HOTEL Vendome. cor. ISth and Alder; far
rlshed room with board; riasonable rates.
ROOMS 3 nently-furipished housekeeping room;
bsth, gas and phone. 314 Sixth, corner Clay,
f llE CAST LE 372 Washingtor. Hi rooms for
gentlemen: trnnslent. Te' outh 761.
FOR. RENT Pleasant well-fnrnlhed front room,
all cinvenlpneis. 432 Jefferson St.
BOARD and room In nicely furnished home for
2 or 3 gentlemen; select neighborhood. E. K.,
eare Journal. ' ,
ROOMS Wifil BrtTnD.rdrfiirnlshed: modern
conveniences: t.hle hoard. 221 13th st.
FOR RENT Suite rooms for light housekeeping
and 2 front ronui. 1115 Seventh, 1 block from
CLIFTON. 2B3H First st.. northwest cor. First
and Columbia ts.: 'housekeeping and single
rooms. . .
W. O. LOFTISS. No. 550 E. 17th t., architect,
contractor and bnlldcr: tilan and apeclflcatlon
furnished at a low cost.
EMMONS A EMMONS. ttorney-t-ls, .$44
Worcester bldg. . .
S B. R10GEN. nttorney and coitosellor-at-lsw;
notary. 304-306 Abhutton bldg.
THE- Trinidad Aspbslt Paving Co. of Portland.
Offlc 655 Worcester blk.
BARGING AND LIGHTERING..
OREGON ROUND LI' Ml! Kit CO., 181 Burnild
sL Phone,. Grant 1171.
Nine cases outiof ten the
man who tells you that it
is hard to sell real estate
is a man who has tried to
Sell it without advertising.
In the j tenth "case : the
man has probably tried
to sell real estate that
i could not be given away.
WE WANT 10,000 agent for greatest household
seller ever Invented; best money-maker oh
. record; actually sells to every bouse; ' send
Mie for complete sample and our two mam-
-, moth Cataloguea of agents' supplies. South
ern Mercantile Co.. Dept. 08. Houston. Tea.
TUB OFTICE, 2S5 Washington at., Phone.
Main 771. Pickett vlgneans.
ACME MILLS CO., msnnfartnrer Rnlstna Aem
Cereals. 20 and 22 North Front at
CROCKERY AND OLASSWABE.
WHOLESALE fUOCKERY ANP OLASSWARB.
Prsel llgele A Co.. 100 to 106 8th. cor Stark.
0LA1RV0YANI AMD PALMIST,
PKOF. SEYAH. sclentiflc palmist, gifted clair
voyant, expert card reader, teaches palmistry,
card reading, develops wenk medluma. Prices:
Hand.. 2Sc; cards, 2.1c; clairvoyant, 60c. . Par
lor cntriince 211 Morrison at. . ,
MAMAMF. OHSSTON, cTalrvuyant and Plm-
1st : readings dally; card reading 25c." 2S9
Third street. ' " '" ..
MRS- S. B. SKIP, clairvoyant and life reader,
81 7th. Sunday. 7:45 p. m.. Willametf hall.
SIRS. STFiVENS. Portland' leading paimlat and
clairvoyant. 343V- Yamhill. Kesdinc 60a.
PIONK-ER cement contrretor. J. F. Obrock; all
ti-oik guaranteed. Address 148 Fifth st. P.
O. address 309 Shiver. Phone, I'nlon 5082
CASTKK A ELI. cement eontrctor, 271 Porter
t. Tel.. Front 2864. Work guaranteed.
EVEKDINO ft FARRELL, produce and comml.
slon meechants. 140 Front St., Portland, Or.
Phone. Main 179.
CHATTERTON & CO.. commission merchants,
125 Front at., Portland. Or. Phone. Main 1276.
MARK LEVY A CO., ciimmlMlou merchant,
wholesale fruits, Portlaud, Or. Phone, Main
WESTERN FEED & FUEL CO. Phone 1018.
Castle Gate coal will please you. Phone us
VULCAN Coal Co., sholesale desiers best coals;
foundry and smelter coke. 329 Burnstda.
CKEGON FUEL CO.; all kinds coal and wood.
344 Morrison. Phone. Jlsln 6B. .
KING COAL CO.. Importers of high-grid house
cos Is. Phone. Main ".425.
LOOK OUT FOR FIRE D. D. Wood, chimney
sweep; flre;.litce, hrick-and terra-cotta flue
cleaned. Orders at Avery A Co., 82 Third st.
Phone. Main 1372. Res, phone.. Scott 6694.
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS.
A. J. AUTHORS ft WOOD, carpenters and bnlld
cr s; repairing and lobbing; store snd offlc
fixture, built. Shop 209 Columbia. Phone.
H. F. CLARK, carpenter and builder; repairing
and Jobbing; office fixtures. Realdence phone.
wen hz; .nog, Main mi. 4nV4 wasn. st.
O. W. GORDON, counter, shelving, house built
nd repslred. 208 Fourth. Clay 174.
CIGARS. AND TOBACCO.
F.SBERG-GUNST CIGAR CO.
CHIROPODY AND MANICURING.
THE DEVBNY8, the only sclentiflc chiropodlat
In the city; parlors 501 -8 Allsky bldg.; thl
la th long-haired gentlemen you want to see.
, CIVIL ENGINEERS.
THEODORE ROWLAND. 605 McKay bldg.. gen
eral draughting, map complll ng. hlite printing.
DOG AND HORSE HOSPITAL.
DR. S. J. CARNEY Veterinary surgeon. 108
North Sixth St. Phone. Mala 1484; re, phontv
METAL SKYLIGHTS, gslvanlxed iron cornice.
J. 0. Bayer, 265 Second jt.
DYEING AND CLEANING.
CI.CTHES CLEANED AND PRESSED $1 per
month. Unique Tailoring Co., 347 Washing
CITY STEAM DYEING ft CLEANING WORKS
Herman Enke, proprietor. Phone, Main
1713. No. 65 6th at, nor Pin. Portland. Or.
PARISIAN Cleaning Works, 41114 Morrison at
Phone. Main 2674.
MRS. McKIBBEN. artistic drts and cloak
making. &T1 Morrison st
HENRY BERGER 130 First at. wallpaper.
Ingrains, tapestries, appllqu frleses. Inter
ior decorating. '
NORTHWEST ELECTRIC ENGINEERING
company, 309 Stark at., Portlund; O. K. for
evirythlng la tbe electrical line. Phone,
PORTLAND ELECTRICAL WORKS -Offlc 861
Stark at. Phone. Slain 2212.
FRUITS AND PRODUCE.
JFLL A CO.. fruit, and produce. 109 Front st.
FURNITURE manufacturing and special order.
L. Ruvensky' furniture factory, 370 Front st.
OREGON Furniture tlsnufacturlng company
Manufacturer of furniture for th trade. SOS
ORDER OF WASHINGTON Foremost frater
nal society of Northwest; protects the llv
Ing. J. L. Mitchell, supreme secretary, 61J
and 616 Ma ran a in b!dg Portland, Or. Tele
phone Main 642.
ACME GAS LIGHT SUPPLY CO. We deliver,
put up mantles, chimneys, shade and com
plete tight. 208H Fourth. Main 2179.
WADHAMS A CO., wholesale grocer, manu
facturers and commission morabaut. Fourth
and Oak st.
MASON. EHIIMAN ft CO., wholesale grocers;
w. rv. cor. necono sna fine sis
ALLEN ft LEWIS, ffbolesslo grocers. Port
I.a'NO ft CO.. First and Ankeny st. '
ISAAC L. WHITE, fir Iniuranc. 800 Dekum
JA8. Mcl. WOOD, employer' liability and In
dlvtdus! accident; surety bond of all kinds.
Phone 47. ConcorC bldg.
B. F. BARTEI.S COMPANY, fir lnsnranc.
- 8 Sherlock blig. Oregon phone. Clay 626.
FIRE INSURANCE J. P. Kennedy ft Co., 44
Hamilton bldg. Phone, Main 1856.
AltTHUR WILSON. Are. Insurance,
bldg. . Phone, Main 1008. ,
PHOENIX IRON WORKS Engineer, mana
facturer of marine, mining, logging and saw
mill machinery; prompt attention to repair
work. Phone, East 29. Hawthorn ave ft E. 3d
TUB O. HEITXEMPEB CO., manufacturing
Jeweler. 286 MorrIon at.
TI1H SPRINGSTEEN MEDICINE CO., 611 Ts
. ktim. Cure, women's complaint quickly,
. Phones; Home, 8cotC4182; offles, main 3068.
MONEY TO LOAN,
- ; Established 1839.) .
,143 Third Street
Near Alder. -
. Loan on Collaterals. '
- Low Rate.
Unredeemed Pledge for Sal.
Phone Main 910.
-MEW YORK LOAN OFFICE,
t . North Third Street.
, M. Miller. Prop.
loans on Collaterals Low Bat.
nredeemed oledirea for aale. Watch ana
Jewelry reiwlrlng, Phone, ClaJ 897. .. r
LOANS ON THE EASY-PAYMENT PLAN
TtT SALARIED TEOPI.E "
. v STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL. .
' Office hours, 9 a. m. to 6 p. m.
Phone 224. . Room 716. Th Dekum bldg.
' S. W. cor. Third and Washington t. ,
MONEY TO LOAN on real, personal and col
' lateral cecoritr; special attention to chattel
mortgages; note bought. C. W. Pallet,. 21)
Commercial, blk. Phone. Grant 860.
MORTGAGE LOANS on Improved city and farm
iroperty at lowest current rate; building
nan. Installment loans. Wm. MscMsaUr.
311 Worcester bldg. - ; ' ;- ... -
MONEY ADVANCED salaried people, teamsters,
. etc., wHhout ecnrltyf easy paymelits;1arg.
; est business In 49 priuclpal cities. Tolman,
S3 ol"gton n:dg.
CHATTEL hMiia In nmounta ranging from $23
to B 000; rooming-house, a specialty.- Hew
Era Loan ft Trust Co.. 206 Ablngton bldg.
$10.003 6. 7. ft PERCENT: SUMS TO SUIT;
.61 ILDINO LOANS A SPECIALTI.
H. NCNN. 652 SHERLOCK BLDG.
SHORT LOANS on chattel or. other atlsf
; tory security. Room 619 th Marqnam. Phone,
Oregon Red 2863. . ' - i '
LOANS In nma of $5 snd up on all kinds of
, ecrlty. W. A. Hathaway, room 10. Wab-
Ingtnn bldg. Phone, Hood 418.
HONEY TO" LOAN -on 'argiwor ;. mall amount
on gooil aecnrlty: lowest rates. William G.
neck, mrr r at ung nmg.
SALARY LOANS: no delay; buslneo confiden
tial; easy term. Northwest Loan Co., 821
, ' Ablngton bldg. ; , -'
$UI0 TO LOAN on first mortgage real estate
security. Clayton. King Coi22Sjtarkst-
SON It Y TO LO A N on city lot anXTmpreved
farm. W, A. Shaw ft Co.. 243 Stark st.
SHORT LOANS on all kinds nf chnttle security.
Northwest Loan Co.. 121 Ablngton hldgi
FISHER MUSIC CO., 190 Third t.--Vlctor
talking, machine: repairing. Red 962.
MR. AND MRS. H. A- WEBBER. Initructor
of banjo, mandolin, guitar. 17S West Park.
VIOLIN STUDIO Mr. Elmora Rice, 207. Allay
bldg. Phone. Red 3083. ,
THE H. C. ALBEE CO.. second-hand ma
chinery, sawmill, ete. 248 Grand ave.
Hotel Portland. American plan; $3. $8 per day
Belvedere: European plan; 4tb and Alder st.
BOSS OF TnE ROAD OVERALLS and mechan
ics' clothtnr; union made; Neustadter Bros.,
Mfgs.. Portland. Or.
DBS. ANNA M..AND FRANK I. BARR. gradu
ates American School of Osteopathy and A. T.
Still Infirmary of KlrksvIUe. Mo. Phnae.
Main 2223. Room 800 Dekum bldg. A78-85
BENNETT ft ENSMINGER. gas. steam, hot
water flttlni : water harks, ceneral Dlolna:
mantels, globes, ga fixture. 02U.J Slxt
FOX ft CO.. eamtary plumber. 23 ( Second, bet
Main and Salmon. Oregon phone. Mnln 2001.
DONNERBERG ft RADEMACIIER. plumber,
removed to 84 Fonrth st. Both phones.
PAINTS, OIL AND GLASS.
DAVID M. DUNNE ft CO. Phoenix Paint and
Oil Work; manufacturer and Importer
paints, oils snd sprays, etc.; phone 137. Offlc
and f.ctory. Sherlock ave and 19th st.
F. ETbKACH & CO. Plonoer'pslnt o elllng
the best things made In paints and general
building tsaterlal; wlndow-glaa and gtaslng
a specialty. 136 First St.; phone. Msln 1334,
W. P. FILLER ft CO., manufacturers Pioneer
Lead. Pfaoenla Paint, Kopallne: a ajuaraBtes
Elven with uvery gallon of paint manufactured
y as. . .
UASMlSSkN ft CO.. Jobbers, paluta, oils. flaa.
sasb and doors. 180 First at.
"VtAVI" la Instrumental in bringing about a
general upbuilding proces. It give nourish
ment to tli-j blood anil the blood In turn
biilldsv up tbe entire body. Pur blood, freely
circulating, means a sound nervous (ystem
. and tissue sound and firmly built. These
conditions are the basis of physics 1 perfection.
Th work accomplished, by vlsvl I permanent.
sun sure. H. reauer, no aomciiiina; I or yon,
Oregon Vlart company, 23 Lewis bldg., Port
land. Or. x
"JO-HE" OIL. Rheumatism, paralysis, neu
' ralgia, eryaljielas and old sores cured In 8 to
20 days; sample ran 60c. M. E. Clinton, 615
East Couch. Phone, Union 1002.
FREE Cut thl ont and bring to me;, with one
month's treatment of Balm of Flga will give
free 60c box Balm of Figs. 434 Alder St.
West 1586. .
YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS are mora acenratsly
ana ressoaamy nuea st ityseii s rnarmacy,
227 Morrison at..' bet. First and Second sta.
"ON a Slow Train Through Arkanaaw," by
Jackson; full of fun and Jokes; 26 cents.
Jones' Bookstore. 291 Alder st.
MME. 11. E. Ely dermstologlst, scslp treatment,
shampoo, electric message. 211 Goodnongh.
KIND reader, see Prof. Griffith, opp. P. 0.,
for a acfcmtlflc delineation; consultation fre
ANDERSON ft DUNIWAY COMPANY, printing,
lithographing, blank book. Phone, Mala 17,
FRANK HACHENEY. No. 833 Sherlock bldg.,
, No, 83H Third at., agent for New Zealand
nd Trader' Fire Inaurance companies.
P. C. 8TAMP WORKS. 249 Alder t.phoos.
Msln 710; rubber stamp. MS is, stencil,, bag
gage and trade check a.
PORTLAND CORDAGE CO.. cor. Fourteenth
and Northrop sts.. Portland Or;
REAL ESTATE FOB BALI.
FOR 8ALE FARMS
Improved farm for sal In all parts of Ore
gon and Washington; payments made to suit
pnrcbssers. For full partlculsr to vsrl
ou properties apply to, Wm. MacMaster,
811 Worcester bldg. ,
SHOWCASES AND FIXTURES.
SHOWCASES of every 'description; bank, bar
snd store fixtures made to. order. R. Lutke A
Co., Portland and Seattle. ,
steam: cabpet cleaning.
J. HUNTER, 660 Jefferson St.. steam carpet
cleaning and feather renovating; all work
guaranteed. Phone, Main 214.
POST SPECIAL DELIVERY. No. 200H Wah.
tngton at. Phone, Or.. Main 962.
TUB LATEST KIND of (lot machines of every
deacrlptlon for sale or percentage; also 100
different kind of novelties. A. I. Csanwsll
. A Co.. 218 to 224 Ablngton bldg.
TRANSCONTINENTAL MACHINE CO. Slot
machines. S. K. Park and Osk. Phone,
Main 138. i ' - . ,
MACHINES of every description tor ssle or per
centage. Frsnk Griffith, 4th nd Sslmon.
SATES. ;.... -
BUY YOUR SAFES, of J. t. Davis; our r.
pairs s nd lockouts safely done. 66 Third st.
YOST TYPEWRITER HEADQUARTER
KH stars street.
W rant, repair, ae't, exchange typewriters,
All supplies ror all machines.
Standard machines . $10, $16, $26 and ap
to $100. . , ', ..
Do you want a stenographer or typist t
, Wa hav ll.t of good applicants.
Phone, Blaik 2871. .
WATRIN ft PAINE IIIUN CO., 810 Pint It
I'buue, Main T2J. .
' STORAGE ANTt TRANSFER
C. O, PICK, office 68 First t., between Stark
and Onk sta.i phone 606; piano, and furni
ture moved and packed for shipping; eora
- modlous fireproof brick warehouse. Front and
' Clay .ats. . ' . i .
CLEAN TOWELS DAILY Comb, brush, soap,
81 per month. Lawrence Bros.' Towel Supply
company. 4th-and Couch. Phone 429.
MORGAN WALLPAPER CO., 184-186 Second
t..T et. Ysnvhltl-aiMt TaytoTi - Portland
RESTAURANT Everything- flrat-class; Boodle
and rice; prices reasonable; new rnanage
' Pent. No. 8 Jforth Fourth at., cor.' Ankeny.
StROUSE'S fiESTAUBANT. rst-cla mealaT
beat aervlc. 229 Waahlngtci st.
CAFE KRATZ. 122 Sixth (t
A Una lunch
wmo at all hour.
Abb tlxtok, bawkebs.
tKstsntlsherl m ixn. L
Transact a General Banking Buslneas,
' Interest Allowed on Tim Depoalt.
Collections' made at 'all point on favorabl
terms. Letter of credit leaned available la Eu
rope, and all poluta In th United States.
Right Exchange and Telegraphic Transfer
old on New -York. Washington, Chicago, St
Loula, DenVer. Omaha,. Sun Francisco and Hon
tt,nn anl British Columbia. .. -
' Exchange (old on .London. Pari.. Berlin.
Frankfort, Hong Kong, Yokohama, Manila and
Honolnln. .-.'' ' -
UtTZTEB BTATER Vf ATT. BAKK
OF PORTLAND. OREGON.
NORTHWEST COR. THIRD AND OAK ST3.
Transacts a Gsneral Banking Business.
Avsllable In all rttle of the United State and
Europe, Hong Kong and Manila.
COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS
...j; 0. AINSWOTtTn
...... ..W. B. AYER
...,.R. W. SCHMEEB
I OJTBOH ft SAM FBAPrCXBOO BASTX,
Chamb of Commerce Building, Third sad
8tark 8 tract. . .
Head Office, 65 Old Broad treet Indon.
Thl bank transact a general banking bust
nrss, make loans, dlicount bill, and issues let
ters nf credit available for travelera and,' for the
rorchnse nf merchandise In ny city of ths
world. Desls In forlga and domsstle eichange.
Interest Paid on Tim Deposit
W. A. WACRAH. Manager.
SBC U KIT T RATXII-OS ft TBUST CO.
866 Morrison St.. PertUnd. Or.
Transact! a General Banking Btsla.
Interest Allowed on Time and Saving Deposit.
Act aa Trustee for Eststes.
Draft and letter of credit available In ell parts
of the world.
C. T. ADAMS President
L. A. LEWIS. , ....First Vice-President
A. L. MILLS...,..,. Second VIce-Prcaldent
It. Q. Jl'BlTZ.. t... .Secretary
EBCHAHTS' VATIOBTAX. BABTK,
J. FRANK WATSON, j President
R. L. DURHAM ..Vlee-Preeldent
R. W. HOYT Caahler
GEORGE W. HOYT... Aslstsnt Csshler
Transaota s General Banking Basin.
Drafts and letters of credit Issued svallabl
to all Darts of th world.
Collections a-8pclaltv. Oold. -Dust-Bought.
FIBST BTATTOBT AX, BANK
of Portland, Or.
Designated Depository and Financial Agent of
th United State.
President A. L. MILLS
Chler ..J. W. NEWK1RK
Assistant Caahler T..W. C. ALVORD
Second Assistant -Cashier.. IV F. STEVENS.
Letters of credit Issued available In Europe, and
ibe Eastern State.
Sight Exchange and Telegraphic Transfer
m il", on New York, Boston. Chicago, St. Loula.
St Paul. Omaha. Sac Franclaco nd th princi
pal point In the N-.wthwest.
Sight and time bill drawn In sum to suit
on London. Paris, Berlin. Frankfort-on-th
Main, Hong Kong, Yokohama, Copenhagen,
Chrtstlanla, Stoekholm, St. Petersburg. Mot
et w, Zurich, Honolulu.
Collections tnade on favorable terme.
JBBBECK, BTAKB ft COOKB CO.,
Member. Chicago Board of Trade.
Crraiii, Provlslons, Stooka, Bonds gvztd
103 Third Street, Hear Stark.
Phone, Main, 313.
l are connected by private wire with
M emus. Logan ft Brysn. Chicago and New
Yorkk Walker Bro., J. S.'Bche A Co.. New
York Stock Exchange; Hubbard Bros, ft Co.,
New York Cotton Exchange; Falrclilld A Hob
Son; New Orlears Cotton Exchange; Henry
Hrrth -ft Co.. New York Coffee Exchange; Tslne,
Webber ft Co.; Boston Copper and Stock Ex.
change; Pick Bro. ft Co.; New York and Phila
delphia Stock Exchanges. -
OBBIB BBOS. ft CBtBXSTEBTSEBT,
MORRIS ft WHITEHEAD, BANKERS.
FIRST AND ALDER STREETS.
- PORTLAND OR.
OWBTXBJa, HOPKIBTS ft CO.,
VBB4T ABB STOCK BBOKEBB,
'Boom 4. Grotutd PIoot.
CBAHBEB OP COMMERCE.
On Portland Real Estate at lowr.t Rate.
Title InturedV Abatract Furnlabed.
TITLE GUARANTEE & TRUST CO
1 Chamber of Commerce.
LEWIS AND CLARK CENTENNIAL EXPOSI
TION. Proposals will be received at the nfflc of I ho
Lewi and Clark Centennial Exposition commis
sion, room 6, Stearns bldg., Portland, Oregon,
until 12 o'clock noon. March 19, 11)04. for th
construction and the construction and demolition,
1. State building.
2. Liberal art. building.
' 8 Featlval hall.
4. Foreatry building.
6. Adminlatratlon building, Ore station, pub
lic comfort, colonnade and (belter.
6. Bridge upertructnre.
Plan cau lie seen and aeclflcatlona obtained
at tbe office' of the director of architecture,
room 6. Stearna Omlldlug. aud at the office of
the above-named commission.
Bid must be aubmitted on forms furnished
by th commla.lnn and addressed to
.EDMUND C. UILTXKR. Secretary. '
NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO VACATE A
PORTION OP HAWTHORNE TERRACE.
Nntlca Is hereby given that at the regular
meeting of the council of th city of Portlnud,
county cf Multnomah, state of Oregon, to b
held in the council chamber of ld council, ut
2 o'clock p. m Wednesday. March 16, 1904, a
K-tltloo will te .presented to said council pray
g for the vacation of fifteen feet on each side
of that portion of Hawthorne terrene embraced
between Sixteenth and Seventeenth streets in
ftrover' addition to said city of Portland. Any
Interested parties opposed to such vacation are
tequester to file their protest to such proceeding.
J K. HA8KLTINK.
Notice 1 hereby given that th undersigned
have filed In the oluce of tbe auditor oC the
city of Portland a petition praying for th
vacation of that portion of Kearney treet In
the city1 of Portland, Oregon, - lying between
the west ilne of Ninth atreet and the es.t
line of Tenth street In (aid city, and that
aid petition preying 'for the vacation of said
portion of (aid treet will be presented to tbe
council of said city st a regular meeting of
ssld council to be held on Wednesdsy, the 16th
day of March, 190A, at tbe hour of 3 o'clock
COLUMBIA ENGINEERING WORKS.
By 8. M. Mears. President,
COLUMBIA ENGINEERING WORKS.
By Fred Hesse. Secretary.
WAKEMAN ft MORSE TRANSFER CO..
By A. P. Morse, President.
WAKEMAN A MOIISK TRANSFER CO.,
".. By M. B. Wakeman, Secretary.
Dated February 9. 1904. ' '
PBOPOSED .ASSESSMENT FOR 8EWEB IN
'V ' EAST HOYT STREET. '" '
' Notice Is hereby given thet the Council of
the city of ' Portland propose to asses the
following described property - nd owner or
owner ss being specially and peculiarly bene
lite lu the amount set opposite the name
and deacrlptlon thereof by the construct Urn
of sewer In East Hoyt struct, from the
west line of East, Twenty-ninth treet to a
connection with the sewer In Esst Twenty,
eighth ' street,. provided by . ordinance No,
13 72H. ' ''''. " " :
Any' objection to the apportionment rif cost
for said sewer innst be made In writing to
the conm-ll and filed with the Amlitis- within
10 da from the date of tho first publication
of thbi notice, and nalrt objections will b
heard wnd detoruilued by- ttie Council before the
passage of the ordluauco asscssiug tho east for
.no i gutter.
Blk , et 26.9 fort of lot 9. John Ellll-t J4.13
Hlk 9, lot. 10. O. Hollowell... ... 26.60
Blk 9, lot 11, Harlih V. Gratton. j.. 26.50
Blk r kit 12. Boys' Und GlrU' Aid -so.
rci or in nn netwein the north line of ',
basi iioyi street sud a line l(j feet ' '
north thereof sml parallel, therewith -and'
between tho east Hue of East.
Twenty-ninth street sml t'.u west n.
of T. Quia donation land claim. Burs' I
and 451rla' Aid society .7.,'. y- 39 Oa!
York-i" . I
Blk lh egat 26.0 feet of lot 4. Kllen C.
tlowltt . ... . j., . 8 65 I
Blk 11. lot 3. The IfMUlliorn umt : " .a .11,1
Blk 11, lot 2, The Hawthorne estate!!! 16 801
us ii, lot i, ine iiawinorue eHtat. , , 10 Oil I
Hlk 10, lot 2, Tile Hawthorne estate..,., 4 mil
Blk 10, lot 1, Tho Hawthorne estate. ... ioOl
ii.wiuoniu s rirsi .uuitiou to East
Blk' 1, north 14.6 feet of eaat 26 0 feet
.if lot 10. Kllen U Hwltt . s. ... 1
ui i. mum i-j.w ivn ot mi v, ,'ine itaw-'
t borne , eetato , no I
Dm j, nuriu it.u icei ut lot s, 'I no Haw. '' I
thorue estate i 50 1
Blk 1, north 14.6 feet of lot 7, The Hawl I
inorno estaie . 1 Kul
Blk 2, north 14.6 feet of lot 12vTnTlrw.f
thorne estate .l. A i
ui. iiirin.ii.il iei oi mi 41, inu,llaw-
inorne etuie .,........,.,,..,..,.,,, .50
1IIUH. 11. IIKVI.1N
Auditor of the- City of Portland
si. 1H04. ..
February 2!). 1904.
PROPOSED ASSESSMENT FOB CONSTRUCT-
ING, RECONSTRUCTING AND REPAIRING I
Notice . is licn-by srlven that the ' Toon,. 11
of the city of Portland iropoe to assos the
following described property ' and Owner or
owners as being specially and peculiarly bene
fited In the amounts set opposite tho names
and description thereof fur the: constructing.
recuiwiruoi ii.e; anil . repairing, tue BlOcwalk lit
frOntof each' lot or uirt Ihereof nr parcel of
land fronting' (hereon, and also for that part of
milit sidewalk known as part of the Intersec
tion and bounded by the curb lines and the
property lines extended to their Intersection
with Said curb Hues, as nrbvlded tie .the charter
of the City of Portland.
Any otijucuous to the apportionment of coat
fr said constructing, reconstructing snd repair
ing of sidewalks must be made In writing to the
Council and filed with tbe Auditor within 15
days from the date of the Drat nuhllc.tl.,11
of this notice, sud ' said objections will be
heard aud determined by the Council before the
passage of- the ordinance assesslne- the coat
of said constructing, reconstsuctlnf ami repair
ing i't eiiiewsiss.
Holladay's Addition to East Port-
Blk 100, lot 2, Tbe Oregon Real Estate
company $ 11,7s
uia 11 ".1. 101 1, ine Oregon Heal Estate
Blk 119, lot 3, Th Oregon Real Estate
company ., ........... ... . . 11.7s
Blk 1 19, lot i. The Oregon Real Eatat -
cotiinuuy . , , . ... ,,.., , . .-. .-. 1. . 124 70
Blk 11H, lot 6, The Oregon Real Estate
Blk 119. lot -6. The Oregon Real Estate
Blk 134, lot 3, Tho Oregon Heal Estate
Blk 134, lot 4, Tbe Oregon Real Estate
Blk 134. lot 6. The Oregon Real Estate
Blk 134, lot 6. Th Oregon Real Estate
Blk 139. lot 3, The Oregon Real Estate'
Blk 13U. lot 4, The Oregon Real Estate
Blk 139. lot 6, Tho Oregon Real Estate
Blk 139, lot B, Tbfr Oregon Real El
Blk 164. lot 3. The Oregon Real Estate
Blk 154. lot 4. The Oregon Real Estate
Blk 154. lot 6, Tbe Oregon Heel Estate
Blk 154, lot 6,, The Oregon Real Eatat
Blk 159. lot SrThe Oregon Heal "Estate"'
Blk 150, lot 4, The Oregon Real Estate
Blk 159. kit 6. Tbe Oregon Real Estate
Blk 169. lot 6, Tbe Oregon Real Estate
Blk 23ft, lot 8, K. H. Rol.hlns
Blk 236. lot 4. K. II. Robbim..........
Es.t Portland - -Blk
7S. lot 3. K. C.'Neufelder.
BIS 78.-lot 4, E. C. Neufelder...
Frusb's Square Addition to East Port
Blk 4, lot 6, Julius Logus estate, heir
Blk 4, lot 8, Julius Logus estate, heir
Kern's Addition to East Portland
Blk K. lot 1, Victor Land company......
Blk E, lot 2, Victor Land company
Blk E. lot 3, Ruby A. Knott ;
Blk E, lot 4. Ruby A. Knott
Blk 20, lot 16, J. E. Scott....'... .,
Blk 20, lot 16, J. K. Scott
THOS. C. DEVLIN.
Auditor of the City of Portland.
February 29. 1004.
PROPOSED IMPROVEMENT OF UNION AYI
','' y' NUE. f
Notice la hereby' given that - at the ' meeting
of th council of the city f Portland. Orn
goit, held on th 17th day of February.-Wl.,
th following resolution wa adopted: " 1
Resolved. That the council of th city f
Portland, Oregon, deems It expedient and pro
pose to improve Union avenue from th center
line of Division atreet to the aouth line of I von
treet by grading the trt Nit widta with
full Intersection, to tbe proper grsde ss shown
by tbe stake set by the city engineer. V
Ssld improvement to be mad In tccordsace
with the charter and ordinance of th city of
Fortland and the plan, peciftcatlon and esti
mates of th city engineer filed In the office
of the auditor of the city of Portland oa tho
6th dav of February. 1904. Indorsed: "City
engineer's plan and ipeclflcatlon for th Im
provement of Union avenue from th center
Ilne of Division street to to south lln cf
Iron trt and th estimates of th Work .to
be don and the probable total eosf thereof."
The cost of said Improvement to be sasessed
aa provided by th city charter upon th
iropertly apeclslly benefited thereby and which
I hereby declared to be ill th lot, psrts of
lot and parcel of land lying between a line'
100 feet west of snd parallel with th wast
lln of Union avenue and a Ho 100 feet east,
of and parallel with th esst lln of Union
vau nd tetwaen th aouth line of Dlvlalon
street and a -line 100 feat south of and parallel
With th aouth II 0 of Iron atreet.
Th engineer' estimate of the probable total
cost of th Improvement of laid Union, avanu
The plan, (pacifications and estimates ef
th city engineer for the Improvement et Mid
Union avenue ar hereby adopted.
Resolved. That th auditor ef th city of
Portland be and he I hereby directed to give
notice ojf tbe proposed Improvement of Mid
avenu aa provided by the city charter.
Remonstrance agflnat the above Improvement
ay he filed In writing with th undenlgned
wlthla SO day front th dsts of th drat publi
cation of thl notice.
By order ef th council.
THOS. C.. DEVLIN,
Auditor of th City of Portland.
February 23. 1904. '
Notice 1 hereby given tbt at th meeting
01 we council 01 in city 01 roriiano, tr
goS, held on ths 17th day Of February, . 1904,
the following resolution wa idontsd:
Resolved. Tht th council of th dty of
PortlanJ. Oregon, deem It expedient and pro
pose to -Improve Oregon street from th ea.t
lln Of Beat TWentv-eisbth atreet to ths wear
line, of K.af Twenty-nluth street lit th fol4
lowing manner, to-wK:
First By grading th (treet full width with
full Intersections to th proper grsde.
Second By constructing wooden sidewalks!
in accordance with th city engineer's pln
sperlflcatlt.n and eatlmate. '
Said Improvement to he mad In accordance
With the charter and rrrfln.ne. of th ettw eft
Portland and the plana. speclllc1ions and estl-l
mstea 01 toe city engineer fled in the offlcsi
or th auditor of th cltv of Portland on that
lztn ay or February, 1904, Indorsed: "Clti
engineer's Diana and anelflcatlnna for th tm
j-rovement of Orerjwi street -from the at 11 nJ
ef Eaat Twenty-eighth atreet tn the west linn
or Esse 'twenty-ninth street, nd th eatlmateal
or to work to o flon and th probabl tots
Th. cost of laid Improvement to b lu4
as provided by th city chart-w upon Ih propA
rty specially benefited thereby and which Is!
hereby declared to be the following I Let SJ
6. 7. S, 9. and the aoutb M, of lot 10, hlockf
i, mis 1, z, a, , 0. o, in DiocK B. slk In York
Th nglner'( cstlm.ts of the nrnh.ht
cost of the ImproTement of Mid Oregon (trees
I $460.00. , 1
Th . Dln. (oeelflcstlon inl ntlmiiu .
.jo cny enaineer ror me .uiiirov-jracnr of (ab!
vrviuu .irtrvi mrw nernnr ihudtm.
Rpiolved. That th inditor of th city ni
rurti.uu u. inn u is nsreoy airecreo 10 glv.'
notice of th proposed Improvement of sal
street provided by the city charter.
Remonitrtnc agaln.t the above Improvemem
nsav b filed In writing with lh onderaline
wltnln SO day from th date of th first publl
gstlos of thl notte. I i 1
By order of th council.
V" . ' ' TtlOB. C. DEVLIN.
t-t,,n.,i .a" ," -"
) February S3, lOOA