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THE" OREGON . DAILY .JOURNAL,1 PORTLAND, TUESDAY EVENING, vjUNU IvO.
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ARTHUR! FISH, Representative.
NEW TODAI. .
A ,$10,000 Invest
QTY PROPERTY AS SECURITY
X know of an investment that la as
safe as a government bond;. It will pro
duce 7 per cent annually and no doubt
aoout ir w. uaviat itv stars at.
- Must sell at once, new modern 5
room house, - nice lawn; . reasonable
terms. Inquire of owner . - ,
- The north Pacific high pressure area
Is now central over eastern Montana,
and the barometer continues relatively
: low over Artsona, California and New
Mexico. A email low pressure area Is
central over the Lake region, and a high
pressure area occupies the south Atlan
tic states. Light rain has fallen In
southern Idaho, Colorado, 1 Nebraska,
Kansas, Missouri, Illinois and at scat
tered places In the south Atlantic
states. It is cooler In the Missouri val
ley and warmer In the Lake region and
middle Atlantic states. Elsewhere the
temperature has remained nearly, sta
tionary. .--. '
indications are for fair weather In
this district tonight and tomorrow. It
will be warmer east of . the Cascade
mountains. .. t
'" ;-' Max. Mln. Preclp.
Abilene, Tex.. ..... 94 ' 74 .0
Boise, Ida. 74 60 : .04
Boston, Mass. ..... S8 C8 1 .0
Chicago, I1L ...... 80 v ' 6 .0
Denver, Coi. ...... 7( 7 4 ; . ' .04
Havre, Mont. 70 , ; , 48 . .0
Los Angeles, CaL., 78 64 .: .0
New York, N. Y.. , . 78 '; 68 .0
Portland, Or. ....... 86 : ' 82 .0
Sacramentv, Cal. . . 80 6 ! .0
Bait Lake, Utah..v':70 '. ' : 46 y''T.'
San Diego, Cal. ... 86 - 68 . .0
Ban Francisco. Cal. 60:': , 48 '., .0
Spokane, Wash. .. 78 52 .0
'lacoma, Waah. t.i . 80 M : 64ft-" i.O
Washington, D. C.; 88 ' ? 7J : .0
:'-';".v.- THE RIVER.
The liver will rise slightly, tomor
row, remain nearly stationary Thurs
day and fall slowly, Friday and Satur
day. , , . ' -i ,.-.
REAL ESTATE . TRANSFERS.
Fred T. and Mary Llsco to W,
F. Llndley, lot 7, block 7, Clif
ford addition f
Arleta Land company to John
W. Brown, lots li and 16. block
6, Lester Park
Augusta Jaakolla to Pleasant M. '
Howard, lota 14 and 16, block
' 23, townsite of Willamette...,.
H, G. and Luclnda E. Richardson.1
to Robert T. Linney, lot 28, .
block 13, Orchard Homes
E. B. and Alma E. Holmes to
Luella J. Shetterly, lots 31 to
36, block 47, Peninsula addi
tion No. 4..,.,.
Linda G. and J. M. Crook to
Mabel R. Terry, lota . 7 and 8,
block 1. Kern Park.......... .
George W. Brown to Mike Ruk.;
lots 8 and 10, block 2, Wood
mere Park i
Hub Land company to Mary Ba
seel and " Mike Sahara, 60x100 '
feet beginning - at northeast
corner of Gilbert and Prince
7. W. and Hattle B. Latimer to
C A. and Lb J. Burton, lot 7,
block 2. Barrett's addition ....
Emma L. Ferry to P. A. Randall,
east half of lota S and 6. block
33, Sunnyslde 2,400
aouise . ciara. aaministrator to
V. G. Glldden et aL lots 1. 2,
S, 4 and 6. block 6, Laurelwood
Oregon & California Railroad
company and Union Trust com
. pany of New York to Andrew
: Smith, ; northwest quarter of
northeast quarter, south half
of northeast quarter of north
west quarter. , south half of
northwest quarter of V section '
16. township 2 north, range 3 -west,
containing 240 acres. ... '
1 lArleta Lend company to John:
Edwin Lehrltter, lots 29 and 30. '
block 8, Arleta Park No. 2....
JLnders H. and Mary Christen
sen to Charles U. andV Minnie
: P. Gates, south half of north
, west q uarter of section 2 2,
township 2 north, range 2 west,
talning $0 acres .............
William Tarrant to Graham
Glass, lot 40, Cedar Hill
Mary J. a.nd George McGowan to'
. Merchants Savings A - Trust '
company, lot 13, block 31. Wll
llamette Heights addition . ...
James F. Hugglns et al. to Cathe
rine TJnruh Windle, lots 21 to
26, block 22, Tremont place..,, .
Mrs. A, M. Worth to h. Jean,
lot Sv block 2, Crosler's addition
E. T. and F. R. Blochberger to
Frank Mlchels, lota , 1 to 10,,
block 1, Marchmont addition. . !
Mercantile Trust & Investment'
., company to W. H. Helman, lot
7. block 2, Manning's addition.
Nellie N. and John W. Ryan to
- Daniel T, Flaherty, lot 11, sub
division part of block 6,' Oak '
Park addition to St Johns. . ..
L. J. and Nancy A. Walters to
Philip H. Bates, 6 acres com
mencing at point 1,175.48 feet
eouth of southeast corner of -W.
H. Maxwell's farm.,...,..
Joseph M. Healy et al, trustee, to
B. F. and Alice A. Walter, lots '
Heights addittonv.. ;........
Julius and Carolina Bonadurer to
Emily Palmquist lot 4, block
6. Feurer" addition..,,......,
Delia and Edgar T. Carr to John
Zwick. lot S, block. JU Tlbbett's
homestead ............. .. . , , ,
Moore Investment company to O.
H. Goldberg, lot 12, block 20,
Louts and Nellie R. Burke to
'J'homas C Devlin, lots 2 and
3. block A, Holladay park addl-
I N. Fore Iter to A. B." Eastmanl . "
rrk addition . ,;. i ... ,
r..oe Werner to 11. H. Cobb, lot
1, hlni k g, Park View extension
J'. A. and .Minnie B. Knapp to
Aiixtus NVison, lot .11, block 1,
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Herman Schaub to' Abigail
. Wrip-ht lnt !..M(Vk 1. t.anrol. '
wood addition t60
Jamri W. and Jaanthe Cook to
Stave Olarllr. , lot 8. hlnrlf 1&. .
Cook's addition to Alblna. ,. t. 1,000
Title liners n tee ft Trust com
?any to Elisabeth Davis, loti
6 to 13, block -28, Berkeley. . . ' 400
Overlook Land company to Carl v
uveriooK ...... i v ............
Henry F, and Martha Borden to
UUxaoetn Harrison Evans, lot .
8, block 10, Caruther'a addition
to Caruther'a addition.........
McMlnnvllU college to Bertha L. '
Helllg, Ol 7, DIOCK 101. Sell-,,
John and Helen C. BenUeln to .
Eva L, Spangler,. lots IS and
1(. block 9. Kern park. ........ -
FOR ABSTRACTS. TITLE - INSUK
ance or mortgage loan a, rail on Pacific
Title Truat to:, zu-&-8-7 failing oiqg.
GET YOUR INSURANCE AND AB
atracta. to real eatate from the Title
Guarantee A Trust Co, (40 Washington
at., cor. ird. :' -....i . . . .
Herbert O. Branaford, South Bend,
Washington. 34; Lillian- O, Ellsworth,
10.' .-, -. , " ,l "
. Harold ; H.' Flower, 21;' Daphne D.
Hills, 18. ,'
William M. Meier, Eugene, Oregon,
14; Anna M. Johnson. 17. .
William A, Robb, 1178 Wiiyams ave,
27; Florence D, Watkina, 80.
' Wedding Cards. W. G. Smith A Co,
Washington bldg, corner 4th and Wash
Ington sts. - '' '.: -
Tonseth A Co., florists, for flowers o
113 th st
" Clarke Bros.
Florists Fine flowers
and floral designs.
289 Morrison st.
v t7..n ...(.. ti
r uu uiw, sulks 1UI 10m, ii
Ttk1 rru p "TaltorlTijr Co.rSO ta rk at,
MAX M. ' SMITH, FLORIST. 160 6TH
Bill VUUUVi V OB 1 a mim
I? p. WnUcY a s6nA. it 'AKfl MaLI
son sts. Oftlct of . county coroner.
Phone Main t. -
rector. East litn ana umauua, -none
Bellwood 71. Lady assistant
bUNNIN5. M'ENTEE ' A OILBAUOH.
undertakers and embalmers; modern
In every detail. Seventh and Pine, Main
iELLER-BYRNES C6." FUNERAL L
rectors, embalmers, 2S Russell. East
1088.- Lady assistant. , - .
EDVVAtlD HOUtAl. UJiDERf AKJkR,
220 Id St.
ERICSON UNDERTAKING CO AND
embalming. 40 Alder st 'Main
1S8. Lady assistant. '
RIVER VIEWi-SINOLE GRAVES, 10:
famllv lots, sice lOxlt. for 1100 and
onwards, according to slse: the only
cemetery In Portland which perpetually
maintains and cares for lots. For full
information, apply to W. R. Mackeniie,
Worcester block., city. W. M. Ldd,
tiresldent. - 1 ' . -
ROSE CITY SINGLE 3RaVe8. UO;
family lots. iz to 6. eunerintena-
nt at cemetery, corner of Fremont st
and Cully road. Phone Tabor 206. For
full Information apply to Frank Schlerel.
602 Commercial blk. Phone Main 2823.
HARMONY LODGE, NO. 11.
A. F. A A. M. Stated com
munication this '(Monday)
evening at 7;S0 o'clock. Work
In the E. A. degree. Visitors
are cordially invited.
W. M. DELIN, Secretary,
CAMP NO. 261 meets to
night In W. O. W. temple,
11th at, between Washing,
ton and Alder. ' Visitors
welcome. ' '-';;'...
- HARRT BAKER. C. C.
H. A. FREDRICH. ClerV.V-
m. w. a. Oregon grApe Camp Wtt
6,076. Mondays. 1 7 th and Marshall.
visitors welcome. - -
A. EVE"RGREE CAMP, l.Ui
meets Wednesday evening,
bldg, 3d and Morrison sts.
MT. HOOD CIRCLE. NO. 161, W. O. W.
ose wnist, xuesaay, zotn. 1 p. m.,
W. O. W. hall, E. 6th and Alder sts. All
are invitea. Admission 150. Refresh'
ments ana dancing. . .
INVENTIONS BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Covenant Contract Co.. 427 Flledner
piqg. aiain xsvi. -
SiCELLY CO.. 14TH AND GLANDERS;
flour, feed, hay, grain. Phones A-1S11.
L C HENRKiHSE.SI CO, JEWELERS.
ana opticians zs wasnmgton st
6. TANGRO, CARPENTER AND J0&
ber; all kinds of work done on short
notice, leave your order at 4Z3 Davis.
WANTED BY A FIRST CLASS ME
chanlc, carpenter and all kinds of
ouiiQing woric, ; by aay or contract!
cheap. H. Baumgart. 168 17th st city.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE- Re
ceived by me at my office. Nn 7 1st-
St., Portland, Or., up to 12 o'clock noon
01 weanesaay, June zs, 1907, ror the fol
lowing personal property located at
eouui nena, wasn.: ; r rf i
One stock of general merchan- '
dise, Inventoried at ..$ 6,877.16
vno store Duuaing, on leasea '
ground. Inventoried at...... L250.00
1 1 ogetner wun nxtures ana
lights belonging to the bldg.) ;
1 wo norses, wagon ana nar-
ness. Inventoried at........ Iflonn
Three cash , registers, Inven--torled
one large sate, inventoried at. : 275.00
One lot of miscellaneous store
Total , . . . . .110,676.18
Terms cash. ; Certified check for 10
per cent of the amount offered must ac
company each hid, and the right Is re-
served to reject any ana all bida.
Inventory may be seen on aonllcatlon
and property may be Inspected at South
Dated at Portland. Or- this llth dav
of June, 1907. : .. -;
K. U BABIN, NO. 7 1st St -
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEET
Notice Is hereby riven that the annual
meeting of the stockholders of the Mid
way Oil company, will be held at the
office of Ladd A Tllton. Portland. Or.,
at 2 o'clock p. m, on .Wednesday, July
17. 1907. for the nurnnsa of nlActlnir
board of directors, and for the transac.
tton of such other business as may
come before the meeting. .
. WILLIAM M. WHIDDEN,
'';"" -'- Secretary.
SEALED BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED
: at th office of the school clerk, city
hall up to 12 m. Saturday, June 29,
1907, for heating and ventilating the
following school buildings, vis.: The
Chapman school building, Sunnyslde
school building and Montavllla school
building. . Plans . of the buildings and
speclflcatlons of requirements can be
seen at the architects office, 234 E. 8d
st All proposals must be accompanied
by. a certified check for-10 per cent of
the amount of proposal, v The aohool
board reserves the right to reject any
and all bids. Thos J. Jones, architect.
EDDYVILLE WOOL POOL WILL SELL
on the 15th. Veat A Son, Eddy vllU
BIDS WILL 3E RECEIVED BY THE
county commissioners of Multnomah
county, Oregon, up to 10 o'clock at. m,
July 2, 1907. when bids will be opened
for the building of 10,150 feet of road
in townships 1 north and 1 south, range
4 east, known as the Llttlepage road.
Plana and specifications may be seen in
the office of the countjr surveyor. Port
land. Or. . ,
THE ANNUAL ' MEETING- OF THE
stockholders of the Prlnevllle Land A
Livestock company will be held at the
office of the company, corner 4th and
Oak sts,- Portland, Oregon, on Monday,
July 6, 1907, at 4 p. m, for the' pur-
?oae of -electing a board of directors
or the ensuing year and any other busi
ness .which ms v nronerlv . cnmA hefnra
the neeuns, Lao Frieda, President.-.
NOTICE OF' THB"-8ALB OF STATB
Lands Notice la -hereby given that
the State Land Board will receive sealed
bids until t o'clock P. M. on September
, l07, for the purchase of the ioiiow
Ing described Indemnity School Lands,
NWU of BE 54 of Section U U K.
BWU of BW14 of Section 1. NWM.
or Nwn oiKWH of section H T ,
Lot il iof Section 18. Lot 4 of Sec.
ta, uuib j, ( , iv, ii, 11, . ,i
16 of Section 21. It 1 of Section 28.
Lots 6, 7. 10,. 11. 12. 13, 14, It. of Sec
tion 29, SE4 of 6E54 of Section 30 T
n, a w. .. v,., ..-.
Cronk f!nnntf ,':
, of SVU of Section 10 I II S.'R.
II K. All of Section 28 T II H. K. 11
E. 6EU ot NWU of Section S T 21 S,
ht- 111 PL . : ...... ,. ..
Grant Countv: j : " ' Ji
NE4 of SE "of Section , NEVl
of NEW,IH of 8EK. SE of SE14 o
W(4 ofsSE?4 of Section 17 T S.
SE4 of NE of Section J, NWU Of
SWH of Section 27 T 8 R.- 28 1.
SW of SEW. SEtt of SWVi of Sec
tion II. 1SBH or JNV. NW4 01 SiBiVk
ef Section 2i T t fi ,B. E.
SW of NEW of . Section it T 11
S. R. 26 E. , ... -
- NE14 of SWU of flection S.' Lot
of Section 4. Lot 1 of Section 6 T 14
S. R. 2 E.
Jackson Countvs .;''
SEU of 8WU of Section 26. NEU of
nwn. xv h ox Ntii of section s a. i
NEU of Section J. NW f NWU
SEW of NWi.- NWU of SE. NE'4
of 8W14. SE34. of, SE14 of Section li
X lift K.11C, - i--.
Alt of Section 14 T 40 R R. 1 E.
Klamath Countv: ,,; - j-'
NW14 of 6EK, SE Of NW?4, Lot
nt aii tT s. a t in. w.
aw or Ktt or section io, oig 01
SEVi o Section 26.' NH of of
Section 35 T 87, S. R. 6 E. :
WH of SE of Section 22, NE of
NW or section 23. NWU oi Becuon
S. R. 10 E. - - - r :
NW4 of NEtf of Section 1, NH( of
wsu or Becttrm II T 15 H. It. Hi.
NEH of NEU of Section 13. 6EU
of NEU of Section -27, BW of NWI4.
nh of bws. w h or or section
i I ii a. k ii . .
Lot 1 of Rectlon 18 T 38 0. R. 14 E.
8EK of EE4 of Section 36 T 28 &
R. 11 E. - - '
8EU of SEU of Section 25 T 29 S.
K. 11 IS. - " . ' t '-
IX)t 1 of Section 2 T 40 B R. 11 K.
SEV1 sf SEU of Section 6. NWU of
ot section is xiOB.lv. iJ m.
BWU of NE4 of. Section 30. T 17
8. R, 1 W. . , . '
Lincoln County: ' f ?
be "A or a wit ox section it t 11 a.
R, i W. -. -,-:
Marion County: . .
EH of NWU. eh or BEii ot section
11, Ni.14 of Section 82 T 8 SV R. 2 E.
bH or section i t I b. it, to.
Multnomah County: ' ',
NE"4 or section n I l n, . I . v
Sherman County: - - '
Lots l. z. I, f.N or lvis ox sec
tion 2 T 1 N. R. 18 E. ' J
EH Of SEU of Section IT T 4 S, R.
HE. - .
6WU of SW4 Of BecUon 83 T 4 S.
R. 18 E. ' ' ''--Tillamook
8W14 of NE4, Lot ?, SWU of NWU.
Lot 4 of Section 3. SEVi of NEU. Lot
1 of 6ection 4. SEU of NE4. Lot 1 of
Section 6. E of EH of Section 7. 8W(i
of Section 18, NWU of NEU of Sec
tion 17. NEU of Section 21. NW of
NWU. SH of NWU of Section 22 T 2
N. R. 8 W. - ,
Lots 8 and 4. Of Section I T I N. R.
8 W. - i:, , -'.': ' " ' '
Lota 2 and 4 of Section It T 1 S. R.
10 W. , '-,
Union County: ' : - .-".,v - -
EH of 6EU of Section 21, SH of
Section 22, SH and SH of NH of Sec
tion 21. SwU of Section 24. EH. SEU
of NWU . NkU nt SWU of Sactlnn if
1VH of NH of Section 28, NH of
NH of Section 27. SH of SEU of Sec-
tlon 82, NH
or bwh ox section u i
SWU or Section 2. BHfor nh and
SH of Section 30. SWU of SWU : of
Section 82 T 6 8. R. 36 E.
WH of SEU. Lots 2 and 4 of See
tlon 1 T- 6 8. R. 35 E. ,
NH of SecUon 11 T I B.3. 26H K.
Wasco County: .
Lots 6 and 6. SWU of SEU of Sec
tion 1 1 1 . it i to. . ...
Wheeler- County: 3
NH of SEU of Section SJ, NW of
NWU. NH of SWU. NEU of SEU of
Section 28. WH of NWU. NWU of
b wh. 01 fiw or section, z 4,
seu 01 miuh 01 section zi x f s. k.
23 E. - . 1
Lot 4 of Section 21 T 8 S. R. , 28 E.
' Lot 1 of tectton 1 T S. R. 22 32.
NH of NWU Of SecUon I T I 8, R,
zi m. - '-' --.
EH of SWU Of Section 32 T t 8. R.
SWU Of NWU of Section 29 T 10 a
-Lots 3 and 8. SEU of NWUi K
Of BWH rOi Section 4, NKU or N
of Section 9 T 10 8. R. Zl K
neu of neu or section 83 T 11 a
R 24 E. '- J- -'.
SWU of SWU Of Section 5, NWU Of
NWU ot section s x 11 s. R. 25 B.
NWU of SWU Of BecUon 4 T 12
S. TL 24 B. - ' .if ' '"
All bids must be accompanied by a
regular application to purchase In ac
cordance with the law for the sale of
school lands and by cash or check for
at least one-nrtn pi tne price offered.
No bid ror less than $2.60 per acre
wnr ne consiaerea. .
The right to reject any and all blda
la .reserved. .'" ,: '..'-. -
Applications- ana hlds should be ad.
dressed to G, G. Brown. Clerk State
Land Board. Salem. Oregon, and marked
"Application and Did to nurchaaa ln-
aemnuy scnooi lanaa.
Clerk State Land Board.
Dated this !tfi day of June. 1907.
LOST, AND FOUND
FOUND A PLACE TO HAVFi HAIR
mattresses renovated and returned
same day. 228 Front St. Main 474.
Portland Curled-Hair Factory. H. Mets-
A BLACK POCKETBOOK, CONTAIN
ing 8150 In cash'and $500 In checks
was lost between Sellwood and Fremont
on - Missouri 1 or Delay sts, Saturday,
June 22. The finder will please report
to 828 Missouri ave. Edd. Nelson. Re
LOST BROWN JERSEY COW; TOP
or norns cut, weturn to 77 Morns st
LOST FRESH JERSEY COW. . RE-
turn-to T. Murphy, sylvan. Or, or
phone Bunurnan zsiz. wewara. '
HELP WANTED MALE.
WANTED FOUR MEN WILLING- TO
work evenings from 8 to 10 o'clock:
wages $6 per week, with a prospect of
earning .more; only responsible- men
of good physical condition' need apply
and only those willing to carry a news
paper route. A-ouu, journal. -
88.50 PER i ; MONTH. SAVED FOR - A
. few years will cay an annual income
Ol fovu to i,uuu. investigate, mis irun
SOBER, RELIABLE MAN, HAVING
:- references and some money to invest
can secure splendid situation; profits
unlimited. Call or address 226H Morri
son pit., room z. ..,
"VV ANTED FURNITURE AND CAR-
pet salesman gooa pay ; 10 tne.rigm
man. Martin rurniture uo,"iee-is hi.
MAKE $8 .DAILY,- SELLING ZAMBO
diamonds; sample ring free. Humel,
SfiCT tni nve.. r'hlcss'O. "
VANTED STEADY. RELIABLE
. boys, living with parents, between
ages 17 and 20, to learn the molders'
trade; must have first-class reference.
Apply Willamette Iron & Steel, Works,
foundry. -28d and York sts.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS FURNACE
man. J. C. Bayer Furnace Co.
WANTED SADDLE-MAKER; GOOD
mechanic; steady Job at $4.00 per day.
Address G. M.' Stafford, ' Lewlatown,
Mont. ' -
VANTED EDUCATED YOUNG MEN
to study telegraphy. Positions at
good wages when competent, j Oregon
college, B08 commonweaitn mag,
WANTED BOY WITH WHEEL.
Jons'.' Book fitorv Hi Alder, st
HELP WANTED MALE.
WANTED BRIGHT YOUNG MAN TO
learn real estate- business; exdep -
tlnnal nronnsltinn at thm nrsant time.
Apply 616 Swetlond bldg., bet. 3 and
WiMfMi-Kit.ii'sim'V' many MAUltl in hf second cook: i chambermaids
8100 to 1160 tier month: some even
more; stock clean, grown on reserva
tionr far from old orchards: cash ad
vanced weekly: choice of territory, Ad
dress Washington, Nursery Co.,-1 Top
penlsh, Washington. ' ' - -
.WE GET WORK FOR OUJl MEMBERS; rJrnlc Lplc!,Tf PTho,n
special members. $3. ;Y. M. C A. 4th B-1686 and East 80?! East Side Laun
and Yamhill sts. '.'' .' ' V ' dry Co, E. 6th and Ash.
. n, 'Avtn. ' t.An"M'i?fab"
Dn,ti..j niriMi nmwih
....iH Tf- MAnaM .,n,
examination. - Call or write Immediate-
ly.,Paciflo States Schools, McKay bldg,
si N SIXTH RT.. PORTLAND. OH
1 Free emnloymeni to all; boarders' rates
II. ow per we rugra, too ion vvi kvvi
clal monthly rates given. Anderson,
proprietor. ' il
iKST-ui-Aa iiai.so Attf,ai
steady employment 'ine e. J. tronln
Will let contract to sink po-
foot shaft on copper ledge and give
Interest in rothwfor same.
W. E. Jones, j
iti Alder. -
MEN AND BOYS WiNTED T6 LEARN
Dlumbinar. : clasterlng. blocklaying.
electrloal trades; free catalogue; posi
tions secured. : Coyne Trade Schools,
New Tors ana ban rancisco ,
WE PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS IN female, good positions open with best
Oregon: divorce cases a specialty. - In firms; no charge. Underwood Type
most eases clients need not appear In writer Co., 68 6th st.
.r.l110'1'1" ; Addr'M A-81f WANTED WOMEN, BOYS AND GIRLS
LADV BARBER SHOP. FOUR CHAIRS; nomeVcan'glnVcJ 'ftlg
prompt service. 64 4th st-' Lady bar- vision sts.
ber wanted. - -' - - WANTED-AMBitlOUS PEOPLE" t6
WANTED ENERGETIC MEN IN , can mt 13s 6th st. and Investigate the
"i H4 - tat
emitn iu unenocn piog. ; ,. , or gu(jy with tns international corre
WILL GIVE RENT OF SMALL DIN- spondenoe Schools Of Scranton; no expe-
Ing-room, kitchen, parlor and nearoom
n new hotel In exchange for board for
two persons. Inquire 20B 1st st. ors. If there Is any article you wish
ONE MARBLE POLISHER AND ONE to handle but don't know where to get
all around marble and granite cutter It, come or write. Solicitors A Sales
wanted at once. Apply to F. II. Watts, men's Headquarters, 66, 6th st Main
The Dalles, Or. 6188. -
WAN TO WORK" F6R LARGEi tbR- help wanted and supplied.
noratlon: salary guaranteed: must In. male or female. R. G. Drake. 205H
vest $100 cash as security; only hustlers
wanted. iS8 Lumber Exchange.
peerless combination DEATH.
kldkn... iNMArt . Atio.ranttnA hoa-
Itjtl. medical, surarical and other bene-
f Its; easy to sell: big commissions;
county managers wanted, Oregon ana
Washington. - Union . Provident League.
Portland, Or. v
HELP WANTED Good furniture sales-
man for reUll house in City: give
references and state salary expected.
F-400. Journal. '
HELP WANTED GOOD BRIGHT BOY
to -work in retail furniture store.
where he can learn the trade and work
FOREMAN WANTED TO
feat , work and take charge or uphol
stering room. , Oregon Chair company,
190 Macadam roaa.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
WANTED YOUNO LADIKS
TO LEARN TELEPHONE OP
ERATING: GOOD SALARY,
1 SHORT. HOURS, PAT WHILE
SERVED FREE OF CHARGE
AND LOUNGING AND REST
ROOMS IN CONNECTION. AP
PLY CHIEF OPERATOR. TEL
EPHONE BLDG, WEST PARK
AND ALDER 8T& y. -
-j-j t. "l.. . .1 . i.At 1 1 Hwftp I
man tnr VeannnaiblS nosltion. With OP-
1 . j ... J , VI. 1 .ntn. I
purvuiiiiirji iur .j vnnv .,111.1.
pany, lutn ana Mnrrnon
iliANHKN s iwm uvii , -
i Washington st. corner, seventn. -np-
1 ! stairs. -noue iu ,
C-IRLB WANTED OPERATORS TO
work on shirts and overalls. Lessons
given to inexperienced. ppiy
ard factory No. 2, Grand ave. and East j
Taylor st - -- " -' " "' -' . j
MACHINE OPERATOR AND ITlNlbM-
er on pants. Charles Coopey A Son, J
room J. 88H Third sr. 1
6IRL8 WANTED-APPLY STANDARD
factory No 2. Grand ave, and East
EXPERIENCED 6lRL FOR GENERAL
honaework In family of two; must
know how to cook; gooa wages. ? sv
North 24th st.
GIRLS TO WORK IN CRACKER FAC-
. lory; snort nqur, o """"-t, 1 1
4clean and "irht. Pacific. Coast Biscuit
Loniwny, nm nu f"
WE PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS IN
1". f XVAVA.U r . . I .
nMn rtivnrea eases a sneclalty. in 1
mom cases clients nwu ni 1
court Moderats fees, ; Address N-312. 1
Journal. - - -' '- ' l' ," " ' ,,
iVANTED STARCHWORKl IRONERS,
flannel Ironers and general laundry
East Side Laundry , Co., E. Ash
I tv rm ' r, rtri
xuuinu itAux vwaiuv :v,i. 'iv I
. j . a- i A . a Dat laM sjt mar 1
aior. wttu iyua. owfjwwtu,
ALL KINDS OF HELP WANTED AT
the A. ii. J. ampioyraoni s""v
Vtnerlnon at. Phone Main 2022. -
Wanted stenographer in law1
office, 8 13 yenton piag., o "-
is ' GIRLS AND WOMEN" WANTED
2 A?ply at on EX 8th and Bolmont
Oregon Packing Co. -':-'
Smith. 109 Sherlock bldg.
general OUBC' v-'" " , " Tx"!
A,n, n w a xin.fri . (rn TVrR V In PA. 1:
U1IU.D v i- y . 1 TZ-i I
per-box factory; steady, clean worn.
Tr. n stettler.
- . . . . , - A.t. -1 ...
Ts'heitn'. restsurant 218 Fourth1 st -
Want KB A ., FlRST '.CLASS COOKI
for family of two;- references re-
nnj"iA "Address V-400 Journal.
1 FIRST-CLASS WAITRESS WANTED
" ...i.r.nl. Imnwinl ho-I
few; 19 oereek: " "
WANTED COMPETENT GIRL W
general housework: good Wages, small j
- ' . .. L i I
PfiBTTlnw OPES FOR LADY PH YSI- I
-dan with or without experience In I
practice; good chance for- advancement I
Address D-401, Journal. I
winTED-CHORUS ' GIRLS; GIRLS
.hnnti with vouth. KOOd looks and I
figures: experience not necessary; sing- j
ing and dancing taught - Apply between j
ii en i atns-n Raker theatre. 1
WANTED-i-CAMP COOKS, FLUNkIeb, j
- Walters, waitresses, cuammsnu.iu., i
W.i f nnnka:- ahnrt-order cooks. dish-1
washers, girls roc-generai nVuBewui
good wages, roruana umpwuran vi i ogn FOR HOUSEHOLD GOODS. - SAV
Morrison St, room 4. ' 17 . a. Tannall S8-ai7 lat at TPhnn,
WANTED GIRLS TU MAis-iu .
Well shirts and . Boss of All. overalls (
at 75 1st st. ;-...-- t ;
wn "' a AT.mRT.ADTTCa PERMANENT I
' poslUon to right parties. Call ort Mr.
Sadler, 7 If uimmoer ox ramoreo,; -
rore i a. m. or aii.gr .av y. in. i
WANTED YOUNG LADY' STENOGRA-
pher and oooKKeeper.- Appiy- -ortiana I
Sash A Door Co., 230 Front ' - I
nrVvmnn ,ir.ni w inpn . iirnu a m I
i for general nouseworg ana . assist in I
care of baby. East 623. ij
INDEPENDENT LAUNDRT. 286 GLT-
sen t wants experienced marker and
WANTED EXPERIENCED SALES-
ladles ror waist department, also
salesladies on cloaks and suits. None
but. exDerienced need apply. Call in the
afternoon at Silverfleld's, 4th and Mor
rison tS.----' ' --'f-J. '.
WANTED BOOKKEEPER AND STE
nographer at the pacuio Tent A Awn-
lng Co, 27 14. ist st
Wanted a woman used - to
- h1Mrenl tn tnW car of two hova
ood home, good .wages, $0th and Al
ert sU, ,
HELP WANTED FEMALE
WAITRESSES WANTED AT NASVE S
l restaurant; wages 810 per week. 123
I Bth sa '
4. WANTED HOTEL HELP. . CONSIST
waitresses: and laundress, for seaside
- resort Call at Chicago Dental offices,
- corner Washington and 6th sts. Dr.. P.
- 1 l Austin. , j- -
- WANTED SHIRT FINISHER;
- starchwork ironers; also flannel iron-
WASTED ' GOOD SEAMSTRESS,
I Room 61. Cambridge bldg., cor. ara
I snd Morrison sts.
FANCY IRONING: SHIRTWAISTS A
specialty. 683 Water st Phone Pa-
good wages. . Call after 10 a. ro, 278
I Morriaon st ' ' '
hrriV." vnn "Hir.Krliaft'IL"" itOtfEwORli
. rn in country for summer: wases
130. 687 Tavlor st.
I iu t MTbtV! 1 hv 1 Miirri ttyritSTsi'lrii"til
. telegraphy: main line practice posi-
tlons when comnetcnt Orearon College.
i buj uommonweaitn Diog.
Japanese wants a single boom
j ,. with or without board, from - 2nd
of July. Address x-809, Journal
GIRL SMALL FAMILY; EASY
work; rood wages. 90 K. 16th st.
MALE AND FEMALE HELP.
sTrunnniDuima oatii wun 1 wn
I opportunities open to thero by a course
1 nmcni; inurrq uy iiiuunu.
I AGENTS. SALESMEN AND SOLICIT
Washington st Pacific 1370.
FIRST-CLASS SALESMAN OF BUSI-
I ness ability, at present representing
an eastern xirm in patent medicine line,
I desires a position of worth off road. In
1 Portland or near by; best references.
Address. O. O. H, Eaton hotel.
PATENT - MEDICINE SALESMAN.
I well connected In Chicago, is open
I for a. proposition where ability and
ai5mnh1?. w1i insuregood salary.
1 nivn nou
HIGH-CLASS SPECIALTY . SALES-
man from east at present well con-
I nected, desires change so can remain
west; oest references, Aaaress w-u,
Journal. ' - -
or cod vlna . evenings. Ad
dress E-401, Journal.
WANTED POSITION BY EXPERI-
enced family cook. Address
stark at, Chinese mission.)1
SITUATION WANTED A3 ENGINEER
or fireman. Address 8-403 Journal.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
keeper or to do housework in a small
family by an experienced middle-aged
woman. A good home. . Wages about
24 per week. Address G-890, Journal.
WANTED POSITION A8 . HOUSE-
keeper or to do housework in a small
family bv an exnerlenced middle-aged
woman. A good home. Wages about $4
per week. Address G-890. Journal.
homictttino new IN HIGH-GRADE
nerfumea: oric very low: supply
tfmlfa Xt JT tiliimm., a rii. BlAra
260 3d st -
AGENT8 WANTED CAN YOU SELL
goods T If so ws need you complete
outfit - free; caah weekly. Writs for
choice of territory. Capital City. Nur-
eery company. Salem, or.
WANTED A HIGH-CLASS NURSERY
salesman for Rogue River country;
also Klamath FaUs country: exclusive
agency given; highest commission paid.
outfit furnished free: must start at
Co. Railroads: - logging; larms,
hotels: furnish witn help' of all kinds
n abort notice. xry-us. ,. -nono jama
6495. 233 H Burnslde st
-" ' " " jt 1
nnicr'4 rDriTiiMT nimnra
T . JOK MHiN.
k. 2d st Phone Main 1626.
PORTLAND EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
f05 H Morrison St. tV-Phone Pacific 339
17 N 33 t ......... Phone Paclflo 1300
RED CROSS EMPLOYMENT COi
'.Ktnng camp i p,.V,T
Clalty. , ZO IN. za t . rnons auun u.
. . . a . -
we pay an teiegrapn cnarggg.
ACME EMPLOYMENT CO. FARM
and loggers' help specialty,; i jm. za
st, or Mam 487,
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED TO RENT HOUSES, COT-
. tages, flats, store ""
houses, etc Landlords will do well to
1 TRUST COMPANT OF
Phone Ex. 72. R E. Cor. 2d and Oak.
WANTED - TO RENT 7 OR 8-ROOM
cottage, furnished, close In. for 6 or 6
. . . , , n j a . ... . t ..... .
moninn. Annrg vr-vo, uihi.
i WANTED REAL ESTATE
Imr j want MONEY. IF TOUT WANT
100 men to. sell your property to their
friends, IW llJia me; new man.
D. Howse. 86 6th st Main 6188.
i HAVE CASH BUYERS FOR GOOD
income property, - xarmo ura -wi
What, have" you. Cyril Harland.; 243H
Vt7nmV, - irtrtnn mT. -'-i'... ................
w i Trtrn mtt.N'S CAST-OFF CLOTH
Jn, mni shoes; we also buy household
furnishings; highest Price paid. ... Call at
"FbIt Deal.'? 62 N. 3d. Phono Pa
fi" vrrif BELT, 'VOTIR HOUsriHOLTl
.-0ods before seeing ns; we pay best
prfces. - Austey Bros, 326 1st st Phone
t.iein 1670 ''-' -' . .-
yg HAUL.DEAD HORSES AND CAT
tie free. ; Oregon eninzer yvoras, or
nAtifv" r.rnev"a . Veterinary. . 4th and
gusan sts. main ,
IttitinIi'URE ANlT CLOTHING Want
art; highest cash price paid, v Fox A
Brower. 82 N.; 8d st. Phdm Main 2111
WE PAY MORE FOR FURNITURE.
POKILANU AUWllOiN KUUUs, .
Main OBo. zn 1st st,
IF YOU" WANT TO SELL. SEE US.
i weconq.jaana mace. - mgcest price
paid for second-hand goods.t 267 Flan-
ders. .Phone Main 8518.
niunuaoi rii,r.o rAiu run Ai,u
kinds of Second-hand goods. Union
JTjJauimiiKTj, at v Ai r iuiiv bi.. racing not
- - mam U'annt a TJall 1 144
order. K. E Karlson & Co.. 1S1 An.
Keny st, wain du. t
WANTED FURNITURE AND HOUSE-
hold -' . goods of ;'" every - description
bought, sold SncT exchanged. The 8,
282 1st ' Main '6374. HomS 'A-2S27
WANTED A POWERFUL GASOLINE
? launch for towing; must have- at
least 20 horsepower; give sise of boat
and else and make of engine. A. , D.
'Walker, p. Q. box 282. Seattle. Wash. ;
.WE WILL BUY .YOUR HOUSEHOLD
goods and'guarantee best prices. Call,
phone or write. 8. J. A L. Rubensteln,
176 Front st- opposite National hotel.
WANTED PETERBOW CANOE, 16
feet; state age and price; cash. . Ad
dress X-40S, Journal. -
WANTED IMMEDIATELY TWO
small rabbits just alike; white pre
ferred. Telephone Bell wood 156.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR . RENT
OSBORN' HOTEL, GRAND AVE. AND
E. Ash; furnished rooms, single and
en suite. J. Northrup, proprietor.' -
THE RlCHELlEtf" 88H N. dtH ST.
' Elegantly furnished;' steam heat and
HANDSOMELY FURNISHED ' COR-
- ner suite; will rent reasonable to gen;
tlelnen; bath, hot water, both phones.
494 Morrison st; flat 11 S call after 6
tHE6RAND,-4!iH N. it sf .-ro6mS
for gentlemen, 81.25 per week and up.
'uTEL ROfAL 168H if Hi NICE
rooms, eo cents, 1 per mgnt: z to fa
per week. '
' lights and batn. 786 Raleigh. Home
nhons A.27HB . i . ' v
FURNISHED ROOM. NEW MODERN
flat; walking distance. 95 North 13th
THE COLLING E NICELY.- FU R
nlshed rooms, hot water in every
room, free phone and hath, 22.60 to 15
per week; no children, 221 4th, cor. Clay.
FURNISHED ROOMS HOTEL Ox
ford. 6th and Oak: swell furnished
front suites 37 per week. . Also bath
NICE FRONT R60M SUITABLE FOR
1 or 3 gents, iree pnone ana nam
ins west: rarK.
tll& CHEtOPA NEVV, MbbE An
apartmenta, now open, corner '18th
and Flanders sts. Clarenoe J. Wheeler,
agent with tuii A uibbs. c
UR6E1 NEWLY FURNlSllED' RONf
room; central, ii per monin. ti
3d st. fhone Main 1567.
FURNISHED ROOMS, MODERN-FLAT;
248. 6th st TeleDhona A3350.
Commonwealth Trust Co.
On1 Hi Or
two In private family.
264 12th st.
near Main. '
LARGE WELL FURNISHED FRONT
room, close in, west side. - Tel. Main
v UNFURNISHED ROOMS.
ROOMS, WITH WATER. 212. 840H
Front st; 4-room flat, bath, 114, 188H
jnaraei St. , , .-
ROOMS AND BOARD.
, THE COLONIAL. '
Corner 10th and Morrison. 2 blocks west
of Portland hotel First-class rooms
and board: rates reasonable; transient
and table board accommodated.,
ANYONE LOOKING FOR A GOOD
place to board and room, try the Mln
nequa Inn; rate reasonable. 374 Yara-
hlll st. . ,
PRIVATE FAMILY, HOME COOKING,
gas. bath, phone.
381 S. Davis, cor-
ner Union ave.
FOR RENT HOUSEKEEPING
$1.60 WEEK UP LARGE. CLEAN
furnished housekeeping-rooms, laun
dry and bath. . 184 Sherman st. south,
21.25 WEEK UP CLEAN. FURNISHED
housekeeping-rooms, parlor, bath,
laundry, furnace heat, yard. 203 H Stan
ton st U car. - - 1
THE MITCHELL -9- HOUSEKEEPING
and transient rooms, reasonable.
and Flanders sts,
; HOTEL FAIRMOUNT.
Just think, only 60e a week no fir
hew. bright rooms, worth 23 a week.
Hotel Fall-mount first opened sjnee the
fair; housekeeping or single rooms, fur
nished or unfurnished; above price If
taken before the 20th; gas, bath, .phone.
26th and Upshur, Fair .Grounds; .beautl-
iui location. - , -
FOUR UNFURNISHED HOUSEKEEP
Ing-rooms. 210 ner month. , Main 2375,
7 water et.
U4-R60MS FOR HdtSEkEEPtWd
gas plate, steel range.
GOOD FURNISHED .HOySEKi-.h-PiNU
rooms. 2 for 38 month: 3 for $12: also
5 and 7 -room unfurnished nouses, io
and $20; will furnish for more; all on
west side of river. Inquire 264 N. 26th,
Willamette heights , car to , 26th, turn
south nair diock.
v steam heat and gas range; furnished
or unfurnished. - 44H ciay st
LARGE AND NEWLY FURNISHED
107 3d, near
FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS
with phone. 164 N. loth St.,
iVU RENT FOUR NICELT FUR-
nlshed housekeeping rooms for man
and wife only. Inquire 267 Halsey st
after Sunday. -
FOR RENT ONE SUITE FOR HOU8E
- keeping in private family. Inquire at
134 3(1 St. - '
FOR RENT 3 FURNISHED HOUSE
.keeping-rooms; ground floor. 148 Sell-
wood St.,"- "Li" Car.
UNFURNISHED ROOM FOR HOUSE-
keeping. 561 Overton st, comer 17th
$1.85 PER WEEK: LARGE SLEEPING
g rooms; pnone, patn. 4z etarK st.
FIVE UNFURNISHED , HOUSEKEEP.
Ing rooms: eltctrla lights, gas. Pacific
Z44. 497 uoiumma,
THREE FURNISHED FRONT HOUSE.
keening rooms: first floor; room 23.
FOR RENT HOUSES
WE RENT AND BELL PIANOS. SHER-
man. Clay A Co.
FOR RENT AN 8-ROOM! SUBDRBAN
house; modern,: large yard, flowers;
some small fruit; 1 block from carllne.
Q-86, Journal. - I.-. --. ...'.. -.:-
MODERN HOME, PORTLAND
Heights," 9 rooms, finely furnished;
hatns; unexcelled view; fins grounds;
for rent or 8 months from August or
September. Owner 807 Macleay bldg.':
STRICTLY MODERN, NEW. 6 ROOMS;
- something nice: 130. 689 E. .Fine st
Phone Sellwood 69. -:-.
fOR RENT 6-ROOM COTTAGE, 406
Broadway. , inquire 133 Washington.
ONE 6-ROOM HOUSE, 472 BELMONT,
near tn. I'none wist 1270.
$9 4-ROOM COTTAGE. 667 E. 26TH
i, nooaBiocii car, inquire in store.
TWO NEW, 7-ROOM HOUSES: ELEC-
inc.. jignt. 4S3-4V3 , Vancouver ave..
6-ROOM '" MODERN HOUSE, NEWLY
A.ey no carutners. , Main
GOOD 6 AND 7-RbOM HOUSES, $li
' and $20; -will furnish for more; also
furnished housekeeping rooms; $1 week,
nr. aU mamm .11 ... . . 1 .1 . ,.... 1
iuuiu, mi vn .rni BIUD IIYCI, 11,-
quire 264 N. 26th; Willamette Heights
cars to 26th; turn south half block.
FOR RENT 6-ROOM HOUSE NEWLY
tinted; very complete. 917 E. Salmon,
Phone East 523.
HOUSE FOR f RENT r BEAUTIFUL
: 9-roorn home, near Hawthorne and
84th st: also new 7-room house at Fir-
land. 1 block from O. W. P. track. Key-
stone Keaity t.o. ziz Aiiaity piag.
8-ROOM HOUSE. 853
Phone Tabor 863.
FOR RENT 6-ROOM COTTAGE. MOD-
ern. E. 16th and Taggartt 'Call un
Main 4630. Tanno, 423 Ut.-
MODERN . ; HOME, ' P ORTLAND
Helirhts. rooms, 11 finely- furnished:
abundant fruits and flowers; unexcelled
view; fins grounds; for rent 8 or 10
months f.'om August a or j September.
Owner, 307 Macleay bldg.
FOR RENT 6-ROOM COTTAGE, FUR-
nished; large grouna space; aiso. lot
of fruit 401 Marguerite ave. -
HOUSES FOR RENT FURNITURE
FOR SALE. ':.' -. ; ; -
FURNITURE OF TWO ROOMS TO BE
sold this week by piecs or lot ,choap.
1B2 Rnssen, tipstairs,
WHX CONSIDER ANY REASONABLE
offer for 7 rooms, well furnished; fine
locality, close in: reasonable rent
oulr 887 6th St .-!- v':-.S..
10 3-ROOM FURNISHED FLATj
close in. west side. 6.14 7th. East 1657.
litOOM MODERN FLAT FOR RENTT
. Inquire 749 Mississippi ave; reason
able rent. '
.VOn RENT STORES-OFFICES V
,FOR RENT ALL OR PART OF
ground floor apace Bank of British Co
lumbia bldg. Front and Ankeny sts.
Apply R. T. Cox. Main 422. l
A NICE OFFICE SUITE FOR hENTt.
Madison bldg, 3d and Madison atM.
FOR RENT FINQ STORED JoxToT
suitable for market, restaurant, dry
goods; shelving in; splendid location:
rent very reasonable. 44-46 VI. 6th st
FOR RENT MISCELLANEOl i,
HALL AND BALLROOM, NEW WITH
inoucrn KUHVBniances. J-none wain 18B9.
Earn to rent, 637 Jefferson stV!
HAIRDRESSINO ROOM, WITH HOT
' and cold water and compress air. , 207
3d St. ';"''. . ' - ' . . ':
, SUALMIJl . RESORTS t w ; v
H"' '" .'''' BEACH PROPERTY. ' ' -f ;:.
The finest beach property ever offered.
Joining Breakers hotel property, to be
known as "Manhattan Beach": 250-acre
tract, a portion with building restric
tions; other unrestricted; easy terms.
, A. C. CHURCHILt A CO, ; v i
' 110 Second St, CI ty. ' ' ' 5
LocksLey tlALL SEASIDE. 6H., bR.'
P. L. Austin, proprietor, assisted byL.
A.Carlyle; rates from (12.60 per week up;
rates and reservations may be made now '
with Dr. Austin, dentist. Raleigh bldg.
SEASIDE, ; OR, COTTAGE OWNERS,
list your property - for sale or rent
with . Frank McFarfand. ' Pactflo I860.
Large number of tenants waiting.
WANT A COTTAGE AT1 fcliASlhtt
L ...Writs. J'McFarlaruk- Seaside. -Dr- who.
wui locats you. btate price limit, etc
Until June 28. Paclflo 1860. , -
FOR RENT 6-ROOM FURNISHED
house at Gearhart Park. Inquire S.
L. - Wills, Portland Railway, Light . A -
L6NG BEACH THE "WHIT Eil6tJSEj
1 block from .depot and P. O.j newly
furnished: first class restaurant In con
nection, home cooking, reasonable rates.
Mrs. Q. F. Whitehouse. prop.
THE COAST, HEALTT CO.
, 226 H Morrison st .
Headauartera tnr real aalartt mnA tin.. .
ber. also business opportunities of all
kinds. N (Mr. Timber Man look here.)-.
4,000 aores first-class mixed timber
On river, easy terms. Including large.:
sawmill, etc. (With us exclusively.) .
315.000 Half cajih. Drat.rlnaa maun. '
facturlng business; other mfg. etc -"
7,000 Half cash best sawmlU propo
sition in Oregon near railroad, including :
larra amount of timber on hand; other ,
mills and timber tracts, alt sises. .,."?
83,000 Half cash. 60 acres, lmnroved. .
near Oregon City, v . ,
$3,260 Half-section level wheat land,
easy terms. - -
$1,000160 acres, all level land, half
In cultivation, good buildings, fences. '
water, etc, must sell: (other lands, all
prices.) Homesteads, and timber claims
$10,000 One Of the finest, homes on.
the heights, elegant new house,
afrniif h Alias
lots. East Portland, also vacant lota
from 8260 un. Othors. all locations.
82.260 Splendid house barcain. In
Sellwood, going away, sacrifice.. .! -"
$7,000 Half -cash, nearly new, mod
ern, 76 rooms. :
fln corner bouse, 60 rooms cheap rent
gooa i oca t ion. etc.
$3,600 Half cash, best paying house) .
$760 Half cash. 20 rooms, modern.
going 'away. ..-.
$1606 rooms, close in, near Washing -'
ton: house for rent $26', modern. -
31.000 Grocery at inventory, and : f
living rooms, averages $40 daily. ' - '
- $2,600 At invoice, new stock of shoes, -'
'$600 and' services - securest position
ss cashier )n restaurant; made over -$10,000
Jn 3 years, bank references, eto.
$600 Real - estate and insurance.
clearing over $300 monthly. OUT estab- . ,
lished. ' ,
$1.000 Half cash, real estate huadnes
established long time; trial allowed.
Wanted honest man : for real estate)
and employment agency, references re
quired, and small capital; other business
Call, write. -or phone Main 1568.
THE COAST REALTY CO.. , ,
226H Morrison st Suite 2. -FOR
SALE STOCK OF MERCHAN- ,
diss. In country town; will Invoice
about $3,000. Address, P-211. Journal. ' ;
A GOOD GROCERY STORE, VALUE; -
about $1,000. for $550. Nelson. 14th, -and
PLACER GOLD MINES A FEW OB , .
- the most promising; some already
paying producers; careful selection!
lilRh-grade and cream of northwest
fields; some at half value; 24 years'
mine management; Inventor and vendor
of placer machinery; gives you ths
right tip; state amount to invest W
N. Ruble, Welppe, Idaho, cars American ,
mine. ' ,'-" - ':'";
PLANINd ' MiLL MACHINERY, ALSO
large set blacksmith tools. Address'
Wagner Bros.. Dallas. Or. -
FOR SALE GOOD GROCERY AND1
- hardware business; stock and fixtures, : '
$1,000 or $1,200, Phone Tabor 819.
pletet cheap for cash, C W. Steph
ens. Orient Or. 1
FOR SALE GOOD paying steam laun---dry
plant: established and growing
business; satisfactory reasons for sell-.
ing. Address owner, K-4Q8. journal. ,
HALF INTEREST IN EMPLOYMENT!1
business for sale, cheap, k 181H Mar
PARTNER WANTED - IN ESTAB-
llshed real estate office; active man
can ' make 150 per- .month showing
property; $250 required, -money secured.
Room 17. 260H 3d ef .
CIGAR, FRUIT AND CONFECTION
. erv stand: best paying' business in the
most desirable location, 246 Alder, ter
minus of east side cars. - Pacific 122S. v
FOR SALE AT ONCE. FIRST-CLASS
grocery; one- of the best locations In '
the city; other business Interest reason
for selling. Address X-401, Journal.
FOR SALE FIRST-CLASS FURNI-1
tur of a 7-room house, cheap rent; ,
2 blocks from business center. . Address ;
B-401, Journal. - -
A BIG SNAP THREE-CORNEREL
lot on Montana and Beech sts.. with
10,000 brick and the lumber of a two
story frame , building, 16x64 on ground.
s 11 for $650. Call 91 H, 6th st
If you have stocks ir bonds for sale. . :.
let me try to -sell them for you. George '
M. Kellogg, broker, 640 Elllcott square,
BUffalO. ' -.-I-' --.-,'..,.,. "; i" 'i'iut
26-ROOM HOUSE. PAYING $250 PER
. month, nice home-Uke place. ii.iUQ. i : ,
J11AI r IKLD A SMl'lll, u .
165 H 4th St.
T?TTT-VTTTTniiTrTo.RrtrtM HnilHB! ' iiftn'vs.
income, very central, i4to. 7 -
HATFIELD A SMITH.
165H 4th St ' '
LIST YOUR PROPERTY "WITH C. SJ .
Arnold & Co.. original hotel brokers;
hotels, rooming houses- and -furmshcl ,
bouses bought sold and exchanged, In ,
all parts of the United States. . ,
l U. . AttNUliU s t;o, 3 t .
Original Hotel Brokersi ' .
Removed to 861 H Morrison St.
1 - - Phone Mat.- 7li. - - .
A CHANCE FOR SOME YOUNG MAN. .
l not acquainted with city to get Into ,
a business clearing $25 a week; $250 for
H interest. Address P-400. Journal. m
In paying manufacturing business; we ,
have .building site. . For particulars ad-
dress W. E, , Farrell. 723 Chamber of r
Commerce. --. ' :' - , - .
GROCER x , OLD, ESTABLISHED;
doing good business; cheap rent; Ice .
cream parlor in connection;- also lease.
Apply owner. B-400, Journal.
FOR RENT BAKERY IN EASTERN
Oregon; a gold mine for the right "
party. Apply to R. Martin, 928' Com
mercial st. .
8-ROOM BOARDING HOUSE, 30
boarders; swell rurniture; - rent $4U,
X bargain for $600; 214 lath st - -: