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THE OREGON SUNDAY JOURNAL. PORTLAND, SUNDAY MORNING,
f AUCTION SALES
' AUCTIOIN SALES
At 211 First Street,
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
at 2 p. m.
If you want something nobby and up-to-date
In Household or Office Furnl
i ture com to the Portland Auction
la Weathered Oak, 50 pieces. Includ
ing Desks. Typewriters, No. ( Reming
ton and drop top Typewriter's Desk.
Drafting Table, Office Cabinet File.
Office Chairs and Desk Chairs, All In
the Weathered Oak; beautiful goods;
aune better, and remember our
Include everything In the Housekeeping
line from a High Grade Piano to a
Needle. Balers p. m., at 211 First Bt.
C. L. FORD, Auotioneer.
By J. T. Wilson
At Salesroom, 208 First Street,
,,'.: at 10 a. m.
SPECIALS for tlnee sales comprise one
GILBERT UPRIGHT PIANO, Elegant
bric-a-brac cabinet combination desk
and book case, full LEATHER COUCH,
flue pieces or parlor furniture, aide
board, folding bods, drop head sewing
DBcnine, rina. on paintings, extensive
assortment of. jardinieres, fancy china,
decorated dinner seta, fine glassware
and dishes, vases, flower pots, new
kitchen utensils, rich pattern VELVET
AND BRUSSELS CARPETS, new lino
leum, wardrobes, chairs, rockers, tables,
adjustable dress form, tailor's work
table with drawers, fine hall mirror,
large French plate mirror, steel ranees,
gas ranges, heating stores, restaurant
equipments, and quantities of other fur
nishings. Sales Monday, Wednesday and
Friday at 10 a. m.
BAKER & SON
AT ,T,t AUCTCOsT BOOMS,
Cor. ALDER and PARK STS.
On Tuesday at 10 o'clock, we sell first
class furniture, carpets, rugs, silver
ware, etc.. Including brass and Iron beds,
complete with best springs and mat
tresses, good wool blankets, sheets.
dressers, etc. Oak dining-room furni
ture, flat-top desk, carpets, eta You
are welcome to view the goods tomor
row, Monday. Auction on Tuesday at
We sell furniture, etc.. for various con
signors, also a lot of goods removed
from the Portland store rooms. Bale
at 10 o'clock.
BAKER BON. Auctioneers.
Office and salesroom 352-164 Alder at.
Tuesday Afternoon Sale
At Salesroom, 206 First Street,
at 2 p. m.
M0 PIECES OF TAILOR'S SUIT
AND PANTS PATTERN, LADIES'
SUITINGS, DRESS GOODS. ETC. THIS
IS THE BEST WOOL AND CAS8I
MERE CLOTH THE MARKET AF
FORDS. Every piece Is Tlrst-class. No
reserve on price. We are Instructed to
close out the entire stock.
In Storage Warehouse, 210-814
Front Street, Corner Salmon.
85 Rooms of Furniture
POOL TABLE, BILLIARD TABLE.
UnUAJVB. UN K WEBB SAFE, ONE
DIBBOLD SAFE, 250 YARDS OF IN
LAID LINOLEUM, large restaurant
range, carpets, floor coverings, dressers,
commodes, beds, bedding, pillows, bed
linen, restaurant and dining-room out
fit, sideboard, chairs, dishes and glass
ware, utensils, and other equipments
for 05 rooms. Snle at 10 a. m.
NOTE. The demand for furnishings
continues. Phone Main 101 if you have
anything to sell.
J. T. WILSON, Auctioneer.
-HOOD RIVER FAIR
Monster Crowd Swells Receipts
and Exposition Proves Fi
S. L N. GILMAN
413 Washington St
Continuation Auction Sale
Each day 10 a. m.
AT 413 WASHINGTON ST.
of the stock of elegant sToasafcnl
smut, including the Buffets, d
and Plash, etc Bar galas In
goods for the residence.
S. L N. OILMAN, Auctioneer
MAY BE MADE AN ANNUAL
EVENT OF THE DISTRICT
moth Vegetables Shown by
Ranchers Prove That Products
Other Than Fruit Are Worthy of
Distinction in State. r
(RseHsl Dispatch to The JosraaM
Hood River, Or., Oct. II The Hood
River fruit fair came to a Very success
ful termination today with a larger
attendance than on the preceding days.
The Dalles having sent a delegation of
vst 100 to swell the crowd. The ex
ecutive committee say the receipts will
cover the expenses and that the fair has
Men a success financially as well as In
Professor Conjley of the Oregon Ag
ricultural College and P. H. Newell,
president of the state board of horti
culture, were visitors at the fair to
day, as were also a good many others
from Portland and the Willamette Val-
The judge In examining the vegeta
bles found that Hood River could grow
?ej ,wa monsters in inai line ss well as
appies. u. u Davidson exhibited a hill
of potatoes that weighed 17 pounds and
S squash belonging to Charles Chandler
Is four feet long, a foot thick and
Weighs about o pounds. Sugar cane
and PTafflr mm IK fMt Mh n a
by R. H. Wallace, were also on exhibi
Display la Mourning.
The display of fruit belonging to
ears a Porter, draped in mourning,
owing to the death of Mr. Sears, was s
conspicuous feature of the show this
Fruit - growers snd horticulturists
from all parts of the state who have
been here say thst the fair lias been a
i benefit not nnlv to Hood River, but to
4 fruit-growers throughout Oregon, as It
nas tnomugniy nernonsr rated what can
be done In the way of growing perfect
nd cleaner fruit than trscts or nxperl-
Growers who have been here from
Grants Pass and the Rogue River coun
try say that the have obtained most
valuable Information which they hope
rill help m eradicating scale and other
peat In that section
There some talk of making the
fstr an annual one. as many orchards
will come into bearing next year, and
It la thought It would be successful.
CAST YOUR EYE ON THIS
1,000 Full lot Multnomah street.
NEAR NINETEENTH. HOLLADAY
$1,275 Full lot. Twenty-fourth and
Wasco St., IMPROVEMENTS ALL IN.
2.25060 BT 66, SOUTHEAST
CORNER TWENTY - FIFTH AND
NORTHRUP; ALSO 60 BT 66 AD
JOINING THIS ON THE SOUTH
FOR 52, ISO OR 66 BT 106 FOR
4.700. HALF CASH.
53,000 FULL LOT TWENTY-SECOND
ST., near Johnson: east front.
53.250 Full tot. Lovejoy BETWEEN
TWENTY - THIRD AND TWHNTT
53,750 FULL LOT. EIGHTEENTH
BETWEEN LOVEJOY AND MAR
54,200 60 by SO, NORTHWEST COR.
EIGHTEENTH AND NORTH R UP
NETS II PER CENT.
55.000 Seven-room, modern house,
MARSHALL BETWEEN NINE
TEENTH AND TWENTIETH STS.
55.SOO Nine-room, strictly modern
house, LOT 60 BY 126; Morris St..
With TWO LOTS 10 BY 116 EACH,
on Stanton St., good barn; NEAR
lr- i niun javsinusj. a hpuknuid
57.500 QUARTER BLOCK. TWEN
TY-SECOND AND JOHNSON; MUST
512,00060 by IS, comer Mississippi
avenue ana Kusseu st.
LAMONT & HARRIS
f NEWPORT AND YAQUINA BAY
rasmrsion Tickets Still on Bale.
The date of sale of eammer excur
sion tickets to Newport and Taquiha
woo ,,,. a,,.... vn;ir SI,
whtoh will enable tbove who have ant
alMdv bean to this dellihtful roam-,
take the outing si th reduced rate of
4red Surtax 'he summer. Full psrtlm
1 jar in reanr.i t.. ral. by calling
ity TJek-t '(flee. Third and Week
At this price it insures an im
mediate profit. It is situate just
100 feet from
.Close in and in a district where
prices are rising rapidly.
Hamilton Bldg., 131 Third Street
Tel. Main 3349.
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN;
Buy now; dirt never will be cheaper.
Dinna wait now is the time. '
Years ago you should have bought and increased your
wealth as you know others did.
Tis not too late; better prospective conditions than
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN:
You can not go wrong in buying now.
Patrick Hanry.your old friend, said, "There is only one
way of judging of the future, that is by the past," our
There is no qity in the union presenting such oppor
tunities as are now knocking at your door.
Where can you find income property bringing greater
net returns? - '
Where can you find property for investment increas
ing so rapidly?
See Evans if there is anything you want or want to
dispose of and see Evans if you want to know how he
discussed conditions with our elderly pessimist
J. WHYTE EVANS, Broker
NO. 7 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BUILDING, CITY
TELEPHONE MAIN 4006
Iie.ttthlls.hetl In 1SS8
For Inside Property
442 Sherlock Building
a IVE hundred dollars
has been deduct-! from the price of the
house on 1 Broadway, because owner
la leaving the city.
N Irvlngton we
have homea to Suit all pocket books.
OW is the time to
a-. VERY good lot in
Irvlngton will soon havs a house on It.
We still hsve a tew desirable vacant
corners on our list.
H-room house on East 7th St. This
property is In the hands of a guardian
who wishes to close out at a lo wprice.
Hancock street is
one of the prettiest homes of the East
Bide; 9 rooms, 100x100 reel or grouna.
Price, 1 7, son ; easy terms.
DRAGGED THREE BLOCKS
BY HIS RUNAWAY TEAM
BsstaibllaiHaxi in IS98
suit. No Injury was dona either
Rers. tne team ot the wagon.
CONTRACT IS LET FOR
GRAND R0NDE BRIDGE
After his team had run from Sher
man atreet on Fourth to Madison yes
terday afternoon J- M. Rejg succeeded
In catching one of the horses by the
bridle. He wss dragged three blocks
by the frightened animals, bat stopped
them at Taylor street.
'"' - " "fI- fr (tVclsl W.e.t,b to The Jen,.l.,
. JLrZ i . Bnermaa tM Orsnde. Or.. Oct. li.Th Union
and Fourth treets while R.lg stepped , county circuit court has awarded the
!iL . "tore. They became contract for the construction of the new
frightened st s pnssing auto, and raced bridge over the Grand Rond river near
Oowo Fourth street, with Ralg In pur- the Palmar Lumber company's mill, t
ORE than some peo
ple ran pay; $11,000, but It will buy. one
of the most beautiful homes In the city.
AST lth St.: No.
A very attractive little home for
IfO; easy terms.
boME other fine res
idences on our lists that wa will be glad
to show you.
ALBEE BENHAM C0MPANY
Phone Main 3004. SB Ooaoord SaUdlag.
f. 8. Esterrtay A fn . of Falrbury. Ne
braska, the contract price being tl.llto.
The bridge la to be of steel of inovfeet
span. A large number of bids war of
fered, sna they covered both wood and
steel and mixed structures, but It was
FOR SALE BY
Reed, Fields & Tynan Co.
MS Second St. Vfcom
S2.400 Modern 5-room house
Borthwick, near Stanton. Terms.
2,500 30 acres unimproved land 7
miles from the courthouse, at Clar-
ney station, O. R. N.
2,600 New, strictly modern house.
on Ivy street, near Union avenue;
half cash; balance on time.
S2.SOO -room, new modern house,
104 Broadway. Terms.
S3.500 Lot' 60x70 and new 6-room,
modern house on Rodney avenue.
S3. TOO Southeast corner Twenty-
seventh and Savier, 100x100; beauti
ful building spot.
S4.2SO Strictly modern, S-room
house on East Ankeny, between
Eighteenth and Nineteenth. Terms
SO.OOO 1 stores and 4 8 -room flats;
pays per cent net, easy terms; sit
uated on Williams avenue.
S24.000 0xlft0 between Everett and
Flanders on mxth street. Terms.
B25.000-Full block In Alhlna on
trackage ; strictly warehouse prop
erty. Income 1100 a month. Easy
Beautiful building spot. Lots (0x100.
all high and sightly. Streets Improved.
Location, Forty - fourth street, three
blocks south of Hawthorns avenue.
Price, S8SO to BROO. Terms. ISO
down, monthly Installment of $10.
10 acres, all In high state of cultivation.
at the lZ-mlle bouse; ill necessary
41 H seres 11 miles northwest of Port
land snd I miles west of Mnnton; 1H
seres 4n orchard, several acres easily
cleared. One good dwelling. S1.200.
We have seversl 10 and 10-acre tracts
at Hazel wood on Barr road, two miles
east of Montavllla: flOO to f 150
per acre, on easy terms.
decided that steel bridge would be the
cheapest In the long run. There will
also be a railroad brings over the river
near thla point.
For house rant each month? Be your
own landlord and place the money to
the credit of your own account. Wa
offer a thoroughly modern, brand
new 6-room house with 100x100 feet
ol ground for $2,000. Cannot be
duplicated today for $2,250. You can
buy it for $35 par month and as lit
tle as $300 cash, fee it at once.
Portland Trust Company
8. E. COR. THIRD AND OAK STS.
of Charles F. Prank, aa shown on
Real Estate page, is for salt by
Lamont & Harris
for $4,150.00. See them for
further particulars at 107, 8th
treat, or Phono Main SOW.
Buys splendid residence with foil
half block, in choice neighbor
hood, in very way a very .desir
able home. One of the beat in
Buys one of the moat modern.
up-to-date, handsome residences
in the city of Portland. A fine
Buys an elegant modern resi
dence, splendid location, full
quarter block, everything of the
best, and is a bargain.
In different portions of the city,
and at right price. Apply to
Charles K. Henry
IK D ST., FA1LINO BLDO.