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THE OREGON SUNDAY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY lg, 1907.
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$7,000 worth of lots sold within a few days. - Soon houses will be' erected ,m Clemson and M
prices advanced 25 per cent. Today you. can $uy a lot as low as $100. The choicest corner j
left at $250. . Prices are positively too low. People at Lents know this and many have taken
advantage of it and have bought lots. Look the ground over and compare prices and if you ;
don't admit that Clemson prices are low you will be the first person we have met ;whq says
, otherwise. . If you are a builder or a material man we will sell you lots and' take pay in labor
and material and "build houses in" Clemson; Come and look the ground oyer and figure with -us.
Clemson' stood in the, way of growth and as aconsequence it has built up on three sides
of it. Now the filling in process wiil begin.' You' have the advantage of this,' as .thedvance
will be much greater than if differently situated. Situation; surroundings, convenience, to car
line; school, churches, purTwater, phone and electric light service are importanjt factors in the
selection of a homcsite or a speculation." Clemson combines all these' and. many, others,, .The,
proof of the pudding is th e eating. SeV Clemson and be your own judge. . Soon prices will j
advance and you will regret the delay: Terms one tenth down, balance 5 per cent 'a month. "
Liberal discount for all or one hzlf. cash. 1 Take Mt. Scott cap at First and Alder; and get off.
at Lents ; 5-cent fare. " - ... ' ' ' 1
CLARKE- CLEMSON - BLIMAUER CO.
, 319 ACINGT0N BUILDING "
Branch Office; Lents Hotel ! I . r Phone Main 4U11
GET A LOT AND BUILD YOUR: HOME IN
. " " ' , ONVILLA. AVENUE
HIGH LAND-SIGHTLY BEAUTIFUL
Discriminating people seek high ground. It is a delight to be able to look from
urair norm .nr nownsrairs wmuows. uvci uic luua ui uic uuuacs ui uic veuity, w a
H the hills and the three snow-capped mountains. The elevation of ROSEWOOD H
"ADDITION is a sanitary feature as well - , r - , . -
JUST 23 LOTS TO BE SOLD. 23x100 FEET
$65 and $75 Per Lot
20 DOWN !
10 PER MONTH j
!! Three minutes walk from Montavilla car linev and line soon to be extended past
property. If you are interested, we'll whisk-you to Rosewood Addition .m an
, auiomouuc. .
FOR OWNERS OF
Late in June (date and place to be announced) I will
hold an auction of Portland real estate. It will be
advertised all through the northwest and in eastern
cities where Portland investments are now held.- It
will bring more ready money into Portland than any.
one event in the city's history.
Many pieces have been listed with me privately. Give me
your confidential upset price earlyr60 I can advertise your
property and help you get a good price. I want
., Warehouse Sites
Business, Properly .
CALL BETWEEN 9 AND 12 A. M. ' TUESDAY VN D WEDNESDAY
- Awaits " :f0m::
' Investments mmm-:
Newvcapital In Portland
will consider buying es
tablished psyint; mercan
tile business. Positively
must be gilt-edged.
7 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
g 90 SEVENTH ST., NEAR STARK
Afl ERICAN BANK & TRUST CO., Agents
PHONE MAIN 154 ti
On Montavilla car linel Lots 50x100. Graded streets, sidewalks,
r " Bull Run water, building restrictions.
$350 to $500
t , Will be on the market in a few days. . :
TELLPHONL MAIN 392 T 1
264 STARK STRLLT
FARES AND ACRI) AGE
"10 ACatES, t miles northeast of Montavilla, all nice, jnoothlandvery
easily cleared. ' P?lce, per acre 125
' B3 'AOESi at Clarney Station, covered with very light bruah, easily
' cleared.' soil good and lays well; on public road. Price per acre, 1
half cash ." .... $100
ni A0BS8, 10 mllea west of Portland, 20 cleared, 2 S slashed, balance '
''.- good timber: enough wood to pay for land; railroad station rnlle,,
oil rich and lays well: good young orchard; good 8-room house,
f ' " small barn and outbuildings; on good publlo road. Price, per acre. $80
40 ACXES near Beaverton; all nice, level prairie land; all cleared and on
good public road; suitably located for cutting Into S-aore tracts.,
' - Nice young orchard; good -room house. Price only, per acre. f 150
- . r Half cash, 'balance on time. , ,
30 AOmsS,'ll miles West of Portland: all nice, level land: 10 acres of the ;
best of onion land: all cleared; 10 acres slashed; balance light timber.
' t -? . Price, per acre ... .'. . . . ..' ....... ........ . .f 75
: 40 ACKXS, 1 miles south of Beaverton. 6 acres slashed, balance good ;
j ' timber, estimated to cut irum . wm v
Zi- 'tity of good piling Umber; land on county, road;, soil rich and lays ,
J well. Price, per acre. . . . .......... ; . . .u . . .... ... . . ... ..... . . . SU
Wood will easily pay for the land.
40 ACBSS In Marlon County, 1 mile from railroad station, on good publlo
; road- 25 acres cleared, balance very light timber; well watered; all ':
.i-well fenced: t acres good orchard. ' Price, per acre. ...... 50
$7S0 easht' balance-on asy payments.- arc
40 AOXEB. JV4 miles west of Gresham carline; SO cleared, balance stump ;
land- lays well: all fenced: well watered; B acres good, orchard;
" . No. 1 7-room house which cost 11,250; good barn and other outbuild-,
'tags. Price ...;........irv.;....;..i.....................f 4,000 .
, Half cash, balance on time. -
4 ACXXI on Oregon City ear line; all rich, black bottom land, adjoining
f J railroad station. ' Price . . .... $1,600
400 cash, balance on easy payments.
4ACmZ8. near 'Willamette River, 1 block from streetcar stations 2 acres
JLa rht timber: soil very rich. Price... S2.000
" BU, ACSSsl u mile from Willamette River; 8 acres cleared, balance nice
fir grove; new s-room nuuin, y w Vuuu v... - .
' well. Price ;.;...iJ..... ......$3,000
THE SHAV-FEAR CO., 243J4 STARK ST.
We can Interest you In choice modern
residences, very desirable lots "for home
building on properties for investments.
au at tne rignt price. Try us.
, '' . . BOS 4 SJTAXX SJT. .
Two comer lots, on Kerby street ;
$265 cash, terms on balance. Less
than market price, v -
0. L FERRIS
20 Washington Building :
2 ACRES GARDEN LAND
ttt acres right on the Oregon" City car
line, all In cultivation, rich black soil,
worth a dosen wild oat lots now adver
tised so extensively. S700 buys it. .
. T. COICPTOV, ''
. ' " ' i"8 Ablngton Uld " i ,
THE MOST PROSPEROUS AND.THE MOST RAPID
LY GROWING CITY IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST
FIVE NEW FACTORIES have "secured legations ia St. Johns In .the past ten day : ,
Sites have been secured and construction will commence at once. . ..v ... ' .
The centering here of the great railroad systems and its miles of deep water frontage fixes beyond any possible , question
St Johns' commercial supremacy. In three years it has grown from 300 to 4,000 people, from an assessed valuation of $150,000
' to $2,700 000, from a payroll of nothing to over half a minion doUars-annuaUy. Within another year this payroll will be in
creased to $1,000,000. ; These are facts, not mere statements, ana can do rcauy v , , ,
All of this means immense increase in values of real estate.
We stUl have some desirable lots Uft to v , ' i L 1v
imt Mo JliMa
. They are 'aching rapidly and prices are advancing. . If you want to buy we advise you to act soon or everything will be sold.
: Prices $400 and upward. , ' . ' -V -J V " , ; . B - '
''Tetina-10 per -cent 'down 'and $10 per. month, .
REMEMBER THIS i That East St; Johns is on the ST. JOHNS CAR tINE at its crossing with COLUMBIA BOULE
VARD that it Is only two blocks from MAEQLY JUNCTION; two blocks from the NORTHERN PACIFIC DEPOT, where
Aefuturemense traffic on the Lower Peninsula must center; nfisin the vicinity of the GRAT. SWIFT PACKING
- COMPANY site which alone win xreate a city of 20,000 people. ; r t v. . - " " " '
Careful investigation will' convince any prudent investor that East St'Johns offers greater opportunities for safe and profit
Mi 'investment than any other locality in Portland. 1
Remember that three years ago lots In St. Johns which are now worth $10,000 were bought for $400.. THREE YEARS FROM
NOW THE SAME STORY. WILL BE TOLD ABOUT LOTS IN EAST ST. JOHNS. This is your opportunity the great
est ever offered Investors of moderate means." V ; , .
;' Make a personal investigation. Take St Johns car, get off at East St Johns (formerly Smith a. crossing). Agents on
Atl. ..i:MMaw mnA Sundava. . . . , . 1 . . . ., ' . ' V,,--. , . , . -
ST. jeMRIS LAM
For Sale, by Owner
New modern 6-room house, thor
dughly well constructed and fin;
ished, modern conveniences, nice
ly located on East iJaylot-and
East Seventeenth streets, within
a few blocks of High school. ;
; Easy Terms
INQUIRE 660 E. TAYLOR ST.
'I,(':;.';:.. -.- s . ;.i.-.i i-';--V.'-";;.'.,.--
. 8-room new house, modent-in
every particular; lOOxlOQ corner,
East 26th and Wa3co. Set out to
roses and fruit. -For sale by
owner,, . , , ? '.', ;r " x
O. L. FERRIS
20 Washington Buildinj '
v ISOxSOO feet of choice' water front in
Boom 889, Xtumhev Xxohag.
17 rooms In fine shape and la fine location.-
Worth 11,600. AVl'J sell for
11,109 If taken within cme p. k,
oor ' s. .-. : '
131,000 4 block, I large modrn h
: on 11th st -7
fSOOrS-room, op-to-!t t
house on East Btark.
fS.OOO 8-room pifvi -m r
fl,250 S-room it!'.' n '
3,CG! $ -rna:n fi. ' t
on lis:. -Id ',