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THE OEEGOII DAILY JOURNAL. roIiTLAND. TUESDAY. EVENING, JULY C3. 1C;
Sin Francisco Office
78? Market St, bet 3d & 4 th
ATBTTmrrWT ew-r, UVB-
. SCAUJ-Xiw MOfeXVESl.
Oregonlans when ta Baa Franelaoo
eea nave i' well ot
The Journal office,
ARTHUR X ri8H, Representative.
REAL ESTATE 'TRANSFERS
NEW . TOD AT,
LAMBERT, WHITMER CO.
Real- Estate Department,
; iot MonttOOK bxjo.
Seron Park"---'Base Line Road"
t-acre tracts In cultivation. 1100 per
acre and nn. . This la ona of the best
buys la Multnomah, county "Invest!
1,000 ACRES 5
IT par acre. Call and Investigate and
wa will show yon a monar-makar.
Suitable for subdivision. Tba boat
buy in tha vicinity of Lenta-
A SNAP :
v. .., .. : . -t -
: Half block on Grand . ave. "solid
ground." Thla' la a nna atoro or. fao
tery site. On a of tba cheapest buya on
. tba East Bide,,..-.
, $4,250 ' l
ut lid at..
$110.00 Per Acre
II acres, I miles from city limits.
A good buy. '
' 10x109. l-roota house, modern - con
ver,tences,NF.ast ltd at.
PJ1INIR RI TV5
5000 Swell home on Eas20th
st, near Salmon; fine lot, 7 rooms.
big reception hau, pais pantry, -tun
concrete "basement, concrete side
walks, fireplace.- furnac,-xcellnt
plumbing, porches, front and rear;
an exceptional bur.
. S5250 S xooms modern, hai . hot
water beating system, porches front
ana 'rear, line piummng, run ot in
select location, East Ankeny st
Terms can be arranged. , i .
Commonwealth Trust Co.
Sixth and Ankeny. . !
Park Land eonptnr to Ellxebeth.
. A. Power, lot , block 106. Uni
versity Park inn
THla Guarantee A Trust company
to Kllsabeth A, Power, lot i.
- block S. West Piedmont...:... N 400
R. L. Free borough t al. to B F.
, Btrange. lot 1. block 4, Monta
villa Walter C. and Mary K. Smith' to
Frank and Addle Tabor, lota It
and IS, block 108, Norwood.... TOO
arts, lot I, block 11. Arleta
?; ;. :
n. mwv oi to w. vigeiius,
lot . block I. Park VW add!:
".OB.:v i -i. - TOO
nvmny at Trust company
,-to A. Lundoulet, lota 4 and (.-
block 0, Kvelyn ; - .100
Joseph and Alice J. Naah to Hen-, . .
ry C. Wulf, lot 8. block. .
' Nash a First addition 400
i ; Vourn f ortland Railway,
Light 4k Power company, an un
divided half of portion of the
D. L. C. of Jacob Zimmerman
and wife. In townahln 1 north.
range I mat. .. ; HI
Hastings to George Smith,
north 20 feet of lot I. Clossett,
levers A Labbe's subdivision
of block "F," Alblna homestead 1.0M
i nnoaure . Kaseoerc to llna H.
Kwlns. lot 21. hloclr I A. A rial.
, No I. u TOO
tOR ABSTRACTS, TITLE INSUR-
ance or mortgage loans, call on Pactno
xtust jo.. i4---7 railing Djag.
oet : V6uft,' 1nurXN;e and ab-
etrscta to real estate from the Title
uuarantee 4k Trust Co 140 Waahlngloa
pl.. cor. ia - .i
NOTICK OF ' THK BAT.R Of BTATB
Landa Notice is hereby given tnst
the Utate Land Board will receive sealed
bids until I o'clock P. M. on September
. 1007, for the purchase of the follow
ing described Indemnity Sciiuol Lands,
to-wit: . - ,-. , .. . . .
Clatsop County: . : i , . ,
NWL of B&M of Section It T 4 N.
8W' of 8WU of Section 1. KVTK
of NWH of NWifc of Section l T 0 N.
n i w.
t II in tt t at Sec
tlon II, Lota 1. I.0. T. 10. II. J. .
10 of Section 11, Vot i. of Sfc'1""-"
Lota 0, J, 10. 11. II. la. 1C, '?,;
tlon 1. SE4 of BH of Section Z9 C
4 M. K. S W.
SH of 8Vs of Section 10 T 1 R
11 Xll of Bectlon II T II B. R. U
E. 8EH of NWtt of Section
R. 10 K, .: ,"i.v-:.:
Grant County: ' " ' ' .
NK4 of of Seetloa tl.NEtt
of NEVt. NH of BE. 8E14 of BE 14 of
Section IT T I 8. R. B. ' .
WH-of SEi4 of Section IT T a
8E14 of NE14 of Section I. KWli of
IW of Section IT T 0 B.Rj 10 E. .
H W tX Ar H HI 4s. M P. AV OI D TT TS. vl C7V7-
tlon II" NEK oTNWli. NWH of NEi4
of Section II T I I. R. IT E. '
8WV of NE14 of Seotton It T 11
NE4 of SW14 of Section I, Lot 4
of Section 4. Lot 1 of Section I T 11
8. R. 1 H. ; -s V r,...:
Jackson !ounrysr J;
8Eii of SWia of Section I0. NEH of
NW4. NU of NEK. of Section 14 T 17
& R. 1-E.
NEM Of Becuon 1. KW or 14 wm.
SE!4 of KWll,. NWH of SEH. NE14
of 8 WU, e2 of EE 54 of Section 11
I ii b. r. i a
All of Sectto-j 14 I 40 S. R. 1 B. -Klamath
County: .. . ,
vt i i m blu ami vwlt T n.
I Of fleet inn I T II S. A. IK E.
8W14 of 6EV4 Of Section It. BE 14 of
IEV or Hectlon .Zfl Nti.Dl Hk OZ
Section IS T II 8. R. E.
WH of BEH of Bectlon II. NEH Of
NWH of Section II. NWV of Section
17. NEK of NUV of Bectlon 10 T IT
8. R. 1 E.
NWH of NEU of Section 1. NH of
NEU of Bectlon 11 T IS S. R, t E.
NEV of NEK of Section II. 8EU.
of NE of Section IT. 8W H of NW K.
of bwh. titlt oz Decuon
14 T IS B. J. 11 Hi
Clarence E. Wallensteln. 4IT East Hat
St., It; Barbara Hefner, II .
Gordon Stuart. 111. Thurman at, II;
Janet sicKennon,. If. -
Jesse R. Martin. Ill East lTth st,
II: Ella Louias Lottmsn, ,10. .
O. W. asalsr. C re b tree. Or 11: Pearl
M. Smith. 20. - 1
Louis B. Fox. Elgin. Wash.. II: Etta
Burrougha, 19. - ,.
Dwisht Wool worth. 11: Patience
Dickinson. 11. s
J. C, aewell. Walla Walla, Wash., II;
Jennie Collier, 11.
Wedding Cards. W. Q. Smith Sz Co
Washington bldg.. eornar 4tb and Wash
Weddlns. cards the beat 100 for 18.
Alvln B. Hawk, 144 Id et.
Tonseth A Co.. florists, for flowers of
all klnda lit Sth st.
Clarke Broa. Florists Fins flowers
and floral deslgna, it Morrison st
Full dress sulta for rent, sll sixes.
Unique Tailoring Co.. 101 Stark at
I room, all modern. with full cement
basement and waahtuba set. . .fl.SOO
T-room, 1 loU. !
S-room, I lots..............
t-room .. b...... ......
fi-room ............ . ......
4-room, I lots..............
4-room ................ . ...
Vacant lots, f 100 to t-sOO.
AU r ierma. nee ,
m a nnn w rvi
. . t .e w. . -v
Sfillsxd Ave, StonJil Boott Oazllae.
The high pressure area . over tha
northern Rocky mountain states baa In
creased In energy end remained nearly
stationary. The barometer is relatively
low over California and Arlaona, and
the disturbance over the upper 8t Law
rence valley baa advanced east to the
New England coast Showers have oc
curred in northeastern Washington,
northern Idaho, western Montana. New
Mesfro, eastern Colorado, western Ne
braska and In the Atlantis states from
Philadelphia to Jacksonville. Unusually
warm weather prevailed yesterday In
Oregon and temperatures of 00 degrees
or more were common throughout the
Willamette valley and In the southern
portion of the state. . -
Indications are for cooler weather la
this district tomorrow, with conditions
favorable for showers tonight or to
morrow In western Oregon and westers
Max. Mln. PreclD.
jvDiiene, rex. .......... i 1 , 1.
Baker City Or. ........ II
Chios go. 111. .....i,... T4
Denver, Colo. ......... 14
Fresno, Cai. 00
Los Angeles. Cat',..... TO
New York, N. X ....... T4
Phoenix, Aria. .........101
Portland. Or. .......... 10 1
Roseburg, Or. ......... II
Bsoramento, CaX ...... 14'
Fait Lake. Utah ., 91
Ban Diego. CaL 71
Baa Francisco. CaL .... 04 '
Spokane. Wash.- ....... 14
Taootna. Wash.. ....... 14
Washington. D, C ..... Tl .
I nun, Am -ri-i-ry-i-.-fr-i-.lffe -
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. :
KRIZ July 11, to Mr, and Mrs. Albert
jvn. mi ironi street, r"uuon pars,
k daughter.-"' . ....
ROSE July 17, to Mr. and Mri. Syl-
vesisr noses, six ttan, naiaai street, a
on. A -
BAM MAN July 10. Mrs. Francis Bam
man aged 14 yeara, . months and 1
days. East llr and Powell street; phy
thlsla pulmonolla. "
THOMAS July IT. Mrs. Winifred
Thomas, aged 11 year, 1 month and 21
aaya. eui pjorui atreet: senility....
C I fX .V Wtt Till u f 7 U.K.1 L'..l. 1..1..
- . . .....in,, Ul 1,1,
aged 1 rears, 1 month and IT days. 10
c. n ster street; tuoercmar meningitis.
MAX M. SMITH. FLORIST, 110 ITH
st, opposite Meier" rank's. Mala
J. p." fin-Lb a b6N3. id aN! Mad!-
son sts. . oince ox county coroner.
Phone Main .
DUNNiNd. W'ErJttti! 61LBAUmc
undertakers and embahners; modern
In every detail. Seventh and Pine. Mala
em. uay sssistsnt. 1
EDWARD " HOLMaX ' I'NliERtlltKR:
120 Id st. .
A. B. HEMBTOCK. gTjfJEAAL Dl-'
rector. East llth and Uraatllia. Pbone
Bel) wood 71. Lady asslstsnt
ZELLER-BTRNES CO.. fUNKRaL DT
rectors, sm balm ere, 271 RusselL. East
1011. Lady assistant'
NOTICE OF BTOt K MULDERS' MEET-
The undersigned iiwrorporetors of the
Portlsnd Country Club A Live Stock
association, deslgnsted by a majority
01 suca uKTorporsiurs to open books and
receive subscriptions to the capital
stock of the corporation and to fix
upon a time for a meeting of the aub-
scriDers to tne stock of said corpora
tion, hereby cell a meeting of the sub
scribers of the stock of the Portland
Country Club Live Stock sssoeiation.
to be held at Commercial club rooms In
the city of Portland. Oregon, on Tues
day, the 17th day of August. 107. at
the hour of four o'clock p. m., for the
Surpoae of electing not lesa than three
(rectors of said corporation, as the
stockholders present shall ' determine,
the adoption of by-laws, and for the
transaction of such other business ss
may properly come before the meeting.
Portland. Oregon. July 2th, 1907.
... 1. j. a. nisiuAir,
Jl'LIUS L, MEIER. .
, , r : TOM RICliARDSON,
1 ' " Incoroorstors.
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT
WANTED SINQLK MAN. ABOUT !I
years old, to drive retail oil wagon
on commission; must hsve good refer
ence. Address A-4S1. Journal.
81SVKRAL GOOD MEN WITHOUT DK
lsy to prepsre for U. S. Chinese snd
Immigration Inspectors. Applications
must be filed at once. Life positions,
big salary. Ensmlnstlon August 12. Bee
us todsy. Wsst Coast Mchools. lit
Oregonlan bldg. Open evenings.
WANTED FIRST cTASS UENCI
man. 441 K. Morrison.
Lot 1 of Section 11 T II 8. R. 14 EL
R. lit K.
BEH of BecUon It T II a
Seotton IT T 11 .
8EK of BE K of Bectlon II T II S.
R.HE. . .
Lot 1 of Section I T tl I R 11 E.
8EK of BEK of Section (. NWH of
NEK of BecUon If T 40 8. R. HE.
lent count v: -
B WH or f(E 01 Decuon u, 1 11
K. I W.
8EK of SW
Marlon County! , '
EH of NWH. EH or bek or Beenoa
11. NkK of Bectlon It TIB. R. IE.
BH of Bectlon 14 X s av R. S JS.
Multnomah County: - -
NEK of Bectlon 11 I I H. , I E. .
Sherman -County 1
Lots 1. I, I. 4, NH of KE H Of Beo
tlon 1 T 1 N. R. II ft. ,
EH of BEH or section 11 t 1 a R,
II e. - rt ' ' ;' -" ' ;
EW Of IW Of Bectlon 11111,
Tillamook Countv: '
- SW14 of NKKrLot I, 8WU of NWHi
Lot 4 or section or nek. Lot
ectlon 4. 8EK Of NEK. Lot 1 Of
Section I. EH of EH of Section T. SWK
ERICSON UNDERTAKING CO., AND"
emoaiming. o Aider et M.
QUI. Lady asslsUnt - - '
RIVER VIEW SINGLE GRAVES. 10;
family lots. 10zl5, for 100. and
upwards, according to alie;' the only
cemetery In Portland which perpetually
maintains ' and cares for lota For
Information, anolv to W. R. Mackenzie.
Worcester block. W. M. Ladd. president
ROSE CITY SINGLE GRAVEST IT61
U1117 101a, 10 111. Buperinteno
snt at csmstsrv corner of Fremnn mt
and Cully road. Phone Tabor 200. For
tun information apply to Frans Schlegel.
001 Commercial bit. Phone Main IS2I.
NO MEETING OF OEOROB
Waahlngton Camp , until
Tuesday, Augtist 0.
H. A. FREDERICK,
- '. Clerk. -
mTW-Ju! fcVERdREEN CAMl'. UH
meets Wednesdav . evenlns Aliakv
bldg.. Id and Morrison eta
al. W A. OREGON QkAFfi CAMP NO.
I.S7S. Mondsva. 17th snd Mara hall.
CARPENTERS' . HEADQU ARTfek
corner E. Pine and Grand ave. meets
every Tnesda- night Phone East 017.
INVENTIONS BOUGHT AND BOLD.
Covenant Contract Co. 417 Flladnar
bldg. Main SltL .
S2ELLt C6, 14tM aMB f LAMoERfl;
1 tour, (no. nay. grain. rMni A-ieix,
Mary A, and Benjamin Fallows to
Ola M. Stryker. lot I. block L
Fallows Terrace... 1,110
r. a. ana uors v. Kearney to
John and Emllle Hlnck. lots I
and I. block I, Highland....... 1,110
Edward A. and Katherlne L. Me-
Orath to Portland Knights of -----Columbus
lot I. Park block I, city 11.000
3. E. and Susan J. Boydaton to .
John Dunphy and Mary Dan- .
phy, lot L block S, Alblna '
Homestead.......... ,..,.. 4,100
Arleta Land company, to Florence
M. lata B Mil IS Mivk S '
Arleta Land company to Charles
viuv. ii. xua
Park. , "
Amel snd Emma- Bundgren to
Willis E. Potter, lot II. block
It, First addition to Holladay
- Park addltlon..i...... ,
Aloys Harold to Caroline Schra
meg, lots 10 and 11, block I,
. Morgan's addition In Gienhavea '
Aloys Harold to Caroline Schra- r
rnek. lot 4. block I. lot 0. block ,
I, lot 8. block I. lot II, block "
1, Morgan's addition la Qlen--haven
Park , , ,
Aloya Harold to Mrs. Caroline
Bchramek. lot I, block I. Mor- V
fan's addition . to Olenhaven
Park .,....... '
Renl Estate Investors essocta-
tlon to Jessie R Darr, lot 14. ;
Woolt 74. Meliwood i...,.
M. I.nda A. and Frank Mitchell ta
Peter M. Peterson, I acres be- "
rlnning at a point In the center
line of Tabor avenue extended
?j 7 feet north of the half seo-
. tmn line of section 11. town
ehlp 1 south, ranre leaat...,, ,
Tl.-n and Tllli H'illns and Ben
rHiii-g (trii"'ee, to J. Alice
",) l.cwls W. Button, lot 10,
I k f, I.enrelwood Park
O i i.n.l Nellie Tavlor to F. T. '
1- tot 10. block 1 South '
' I (ir, Alice J. Nash to
' ...'.s. lots 1 and 1, V
. nils addition....
1 (., .tire K. Nottage
! ...how. seat 41
.1 nd 4. block 114.
L. d HENRicriea cA. JriiWELERS.
and opticians. 284 Washington st
NEW FICTION LIBRARY. . Ill 10TH
- st; books loaned at 1 cents the day.
PORTLAND. OREGON, JULY 11, HOT.
Sealed bids will be received at the
office of the school clerk, city hall, up
to 11 m.. Friday, August 1, 107. for
the .' following work on the East Bide
High Bchool building and grounds, via:
First plumbing and drainage.. Second,
grading and pavement on school
grounds. Third, stone retaining walla
etc. Plans and specifications for same
csn be seen at architect's office, SI4
East Id st. All proposals must be ac
companied by certified check for 10 per
cent of the amount of proposal. -The
school board reservea tha rlht to reject
any and all bids.; .
THOMAS J. JONES. Architect.
PORTLAND, OR JU'LV '" tl. ISO?.
nested bids will ha received at the
Office of the school clerk, city hall, up
to It m., Frldsy. August 1, JI07. for
painting tha Holladay school building.
Specifications for same can be seen at
architect's office. 14 Kasc na st. ah
nronosnls must be accomoanted by certl
fled check for 10 per cent of amount of
proposal. Tne scnooi ooara reservea tns
right to reject any sna an oias.
: THOMAS J. JONE8. Architect
P6RfLAND. ORjmTTvLt 2S. l0f
Sealed bids will be received at the
office of the school clerk, city hall, up
to 12 m rnnny, August . nui, tor
painting the Holladay School building.
Bpeclflcstlone for same can be seen
at architect's office, 14 East Id st
All proposals must be accompanied by
certified check for 10 per cent Of the
amount of proposal. , The school -board
reserves ins rignt to reject any ana an
bins. THOMAS J. JONES, Architect.
Portland. Oregon; juTTI STioT
- nealeil MAm will k. m1..aH -.
?ff,rj of school clerk, city halL up
l .m- frldsy. August, 2. 107. for
plastering the following school buildings,
n;.I'r2',ill".',r School building and
Ji. ..?rho' building. IVns and
oVrI f"11 "'n 't "r hitecfs
hi accoiiw i A" "roposnls must
Ve S?n:,,.J,', 'rtff'd check for
TheT-wi K'J 'mount of proposal,
i n school board reserves the right to
reject snv and all bid, rignt to
. ." THOMAS J. JoNES, Architect.
tlon IT, NEK of BecUon ILTfWUef
NW, " NWf of Hetlosi II T
'lota-1 and of Bectlon 1 T I N. R.
Lots i and 4 of Section It T 4 S. R.
10 W- -' .. .., ,.
Union Countvt , .' " . .
EH of SEW. of Section 11. BH of
Bectlon 2Z, BH ana H or NH or Hec
tlon 11. 8WK Of Bectlon 14. EH. 8EK,
. . unru HSU .4 flWU A D . . t
NH or H or -oection is. H OZ
NH Of Section 17. BH of BEK of Sec
tion II. NH of AW of Bectlon II T
BWU'of Bectlon I. BH of NH and
8H of Section 10. SW K of BW U of
Section II T o o. n. is jb. t f
WH. of bhk. Lots s and , or Beo
tlon 1 T 0 S. R. II B.
BEH of Bectlon 1, T I I. R lltt K '
NH of Section II T 8. a. ISH JC
Lots I and a. BWUof SEH of Seo
tlon I T 1 N. Rv-lllB, ;..,!w,.
Wheeler County: c .
NH of SEK of Section 11, NWU of
NWH. NH-O? 8Wi NEK. of BE of
Section 23, WH of NW1. NWH of
HWU. NEK of NWK Of Section 14.
SEK of NEK of Section II T 0 8. R.
Lot 4 of 8eetloa.il T I 8. R. It K.
r Lot 1 of section 1 T t 8. R. II 3L
NH of NWH of Section I T I 8. R.
"e of 8WK of Section II T I f R,
""swKof KW.14 oif BecUon It T 10 8.
Lots I and t. SEU of NWS, NE
of 8WK of Section 4. NEK of NW
at Section t T 10 8. R. II B.
NEK, of NE14 t Bectlon II T 11 a
R. 14 E. . .. . .
8WH ol bwh or nection s, hw of
w v oz nection s ii to. . is JSi
NWH of SWK, of Section 4 T tl
S. R. 14 B. ' ' .
.All bids must be accompanied by. a
resular aonlTcatlon to purchaae In ae-
eordanee with ths law foe the select
school lsnda and cy casn or check for
at least one-fifth of the price offered.
No bid for lesa than 11.00 per acre
will oe consiaerea.
The right to reject any and an bids
A ddI lest Ions and olds should be ad
dressed to O. Q. Brown. Clerk State
uanq 'uvm u. ...... v. v.". wuu .w.
"Application and bid to purchase ia-
aemnity scnooi isnaa.
- -se, a. a. BROWN.
Clerk State Lend Board.
mreo tnis stn amy or June. i07.
Court for the District of Oraaon
in in. in nii.r 01 r . u. ionsiason. oanx
rupt Notice la hereby given that the
property belonging to the estste of said
bankrupt, which is In possession of the
trustee, consisting of furniture, fixtures,
carpets, safe, cash - register, bedding,
linen, silverware, dishes, cooking uten
sils, typewriter, billiard table, and all
other . nereonal 1 nronertv now In tha
Hotel Revere. Albany. Or., will be sold
at private sale by the trustee, U L.
Swan, at his. office at Albany, Or., at
10- o'clock a. m. Thursday, August .
100T, the same to be. sold to the highest
bidder In cash "upon sealed blda. which
must be deposited with the trustee on
or berore toe said time set ror the sale.
A -certified check equal to 10 per cent
of the amount must accompany the bid
or It will not be regarded. Bids, will be
opened aimultaneoualy in the presence of
bidders. Inventory may be seen In Ah
office of L, L. Swan, at Albany,. Or.
Dated this 24th day of July. 07.
L, t- SWAN. Trustee.
PORTLAND. OREGON. JULY. 21, ltof.
Sealed bida will be received at the
office of the school clerk. City Hall, up
w is m., rriuaj, August I, lui, ror
the following werk on the East Bldo
riigh Bchool building and grounds, vis.:
First plumbing and drainage. Second
grading : and pavement on .'. school
grounds. Third, stone retaining walls,
etc plana and specifications for same
ran be seen at architect's office. 114
E. Ird st All proposals must be accom
panied by certified check for 10 per
cent of the amount of proposal. The
scnooi ooaro reserves -tne right to re
ject any ana an oias.
THOS J. JONES. Architect
BIDS FOR FOOD SUPPLIES WANTED
by the port of Portland during Au
gust" 1007. will be received until noon
of July II, at office In city hall. Bide
must be made on blank forms which
can be had by applying at the office.
OHN P. DOYLE. Clerk.
WANTED MAN TO R UN RIP SAW.
Oregon Furniture A Manufacturing
Co.. Macadam road.
WANTED A PARTNER WITH $30
for a corree house just starieo. vsu
I7U Madison St.
WANTED BILLER," EXPERIENCED
nn Ramlns-ton tVDeWTlter with tabu
lator; permanent poaltlon. Addreaa P.
O. box 764, stating experience and salary
WANTEIVVU V. j I S T.VTK.
PKOPK'HTY WANThll) I WANT A
hiirfmln in I full sise reaMeme lot; not
over 20 minutes' out. H. Alle.-, ZTij Mark.
I'oi; i;:;x i .h ; Ki : visa.
furnish hTo" iT ,.1N,j
-rooms, ii In nt!. ground floor 'tl
werK; free wood, p'K.ne an, I ban,; ai'eo
Init rooirie. $1.14; aT K. imk.
NliVVrWOI'K.KN, CoXVKNI l-.NfTorii:
rwn oimnonm wun Dalli; hot and
WANTED TO KENT HOUSE'S. COT- , cold water; strum heat; rer. lxerntor and
HELP WANTED FEMALE
WANTED' YOUNG LADTKS ,
TO LEARN TELEPHONE OP
ERATING; GOOD SALARY,
SHORT HOURS. PAY WHILB
SERVED FRFB OF CHARGE
AND LOUNGING AND REST,
ROOM 8 IN CONNECTION. AP
PLY CHIEF OPERATOR. TEL- '
E PHONE BLDG.. WEST PARK
AND ALDER STS. ;
help :, Wanted unIon IaUndri
JOHN P. DOY
THE MEAT CUTTERS' UNION OF
Portland, will meet Wedneadav oven
Ins, July 31. at I o'clock, at room 10,
161 H Washington, st All meat cutters
Invited, u Charter list still open. O. A.
Keiiey. secretary, Charles J. Pennl
LOST AND FOUND.
FOUND A PLACE TO HAVE HAIR
mattresses renovated and returned
same day. 121 Front st Main 474.
Portland Curled-Hair Factory.. iL.Meia
ger, proprietor. .
10 REWARD STOLEN 6R STRAYeE
irom Darn on east side July 10.
white horse branded anchors, , finder
piease notify Andrew Kin Co.
LOST ring7of KEYS. ON MONDA
July I. Return to II H N. 0th st and
FOUND ON MY PREMISES SUNDAY
morning, July 11, one sorrel mare;
owner can have setae by proving prop
erty and paying for care and edvertla-
ing. w. H. Buroick. 851 E. lltn st N.
Lost gold scarf -pin. design.
woman's head; finder will receive $1
reward by leaving at Journal office.
LOST ON SUNDAY'S OUT-BOUND"
Portland-Corvallls train, lady's red
leather purse, -keepsake. Reward. Phone
U.ln llQK .V T . 1
LOST BLACK SKIRT. ON E. aLDER
between 7th and llth sts..f; Return
ibi tjranq ave a. Hewarq.
LOST SATURDAY1, 0 P. M., A LARGE
neur ae ns gold nugget pin. Return
401 Tilford bldg. on. Friday p. zn.;. ro-
HELP WANTED MALE
Stare Mt Cutters Wanted
$1.50 per ccrd, timber yel
low llr, appiyR.306 Stearns
blu?., Portland, Oregon. ;
Wanted a first-class car
- riaare smith. Lange A Mulr, 111 Sal
mon st. ' .
WANTED INTELLIGENT YOUNG
men to prepare for railway telegraph
and station service: graduatea fur-
nlahed with pasaea from schools to
nnalllnns I rftffiui (nil... ill cnwtmAM.
I wealth Diog-
PROP0SAL8 SEALED PROPOSALS
will be received at tne office of J.
H. AcKerman, utate Diag.. tsaiem. or.,
until 1 o'clock o. m.. on the lat dav ol
August 107, and then opened, for-the
construction (except nesting, wmch win
be let separate), of the Mechanic Arts
School building,' at Corvallls. Or., in
accordance with tne drawings and speci
fications, copies Of which mar be had
at the office of J. H.-Ackerman, Salem,
ur,, oil ics v a . vriiaon. lorvsius,
Or., and at the office of the architects,
Bennes, Hendricks A Tobey, 0T Labbe
niag., rortiana, or. Governor O. E.
Chamberlain, chairman: J. H. Ackerman,
Walter M. Pierce. Building Committee.
w. j. n.err. presiqent o. a. c
THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
United States, for the district of Ore
gon, in tne matter of William M,
Notice Is hereby given that on tha
jim oay or juiv. A. v. William
M. Hart of Portland . Oree-on was dulv
aujuaicsteq Dansrupt; ana that the flrst
meeting, of his creditors will be held
at room! 104-S, Fen ton bldg.r Portland,
yi c,uu, un in. nn asy or August, iitfv,
at 10 o'clock a, m., at which time the
sam creauors may attend, prove their
claims, appoint a trustee, examine the
bankrupt and transact such other busi
ness as may DroDerly noma bsfors auh
meeting. r . . . -
Dated July , 10T.
...... CHESTER G. MURPHT, -
.. ' ' ' Referee 1n Bankruptcy.
PORTLAND. OR., . JULY tl, "ioT
reaieq niaa win oe received at the
office of the school clerk, aMty halt up
to II m., Friday, August 1. 1007. for
f Mastering. the following-school build,
ngs. vis: Terwllllger school building
and Creston school building. Plans and
specifications for same can be seen at
architect's office, 114 East Id at - All
proposals must be accompanied by certi
fied check for 10 per cent of the amount
of proposal. The school board reserves
the right to reject sny snd all bids.
THOMAS J. JONES, Architect. '
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MKKT
lng The annuel meeting of the stock
holders of the Coeur d'Alens Develop
ment company, for the election of a
board of directors for the ensuing year,
and for the transaction of such other
business as may regulsrlv come before
them, will be held at the office of the
company, rooms Ml to 604 Chamber of
Commerce building, Portland. Oregon, on
August I, 1007. at 10 o'clock a m.
t OEOROH F. HOLMAM.
Secrets rv Coster d'Alens Development
X'orlUnd, Oregon, July 1L HOT. .
A GOOD, RELIABLE MAN E5
special work. Address V-4II. Journal.
SEWER DIGGERS WANTED; NINJ4
nours. js. 7tn ana Taylor sts.
MEN AND ; BOYS WANTED ' TO
learn plumbing, plastering, bricklay
ing; also sheet, metal pattern draught
ing; positions secured; day and night
classes; free catalogue; visitor wet
oome. Coyne Trade schools, San Fran
cisco and New York.
Wanted salesmen"; man1? MAkB
iiee to ii9 per month; some even
more; stock clean, grown on reserva
tion, far from old orohards: cash ad.
vanced weekly; choice of territory. Ad-
aress vtrssningron Nlirsery.-VO-.Top-
penisn. wssnington. ...
WE GET WORK FOR OUR itKMRKRH
special members, It. rT. M. C A., 4th
sna zsmniii sia
? Union Hotel v -.
SI n. BlAln Ol'.. rUHTLAND, OR, '
- Free employment to all : boarders rates
li.sw per wees; room, zoo and up; spe
cial monthly rates given. - Anderson,
Wanted Couch1 and LoUnge-
maser. ii irony, cor, l'avia
FIRST-CLASS HARNESS MAKERS
steady employment , The P, J. Cronln
Company. , '
railway mail clerks Foi&ftsk-
gon. -Opportunities to advance' F.S-
amlnatlon August S. Let Us qualify you.
Good salary to start. Call- or write Pa-
cif lo. Btatcs Bcnooia, aicKay ping.
U. B. INTERNAL REVENUE flERVICSL
Men wanted to qualify for examina
tion September 4. Call today. .Informa
tion free. West Coast Schools, lit Ore-
gonian oiog. open tonignt. - . -
cashiers, clerks- Registration bureau.
101 Allsky bldg. v
WANTED -A TOUNO MAN ; AS So
licitor for printing noose; steady Job;
oa wages to rign. man. Aaarese
421, Journal. , ., ,
If you are thinking 6i
f securing' a home and ,
f prefer to locate in some
;, particular section of the
city, a classified ad " in
The Journal will bring
you offers of all prop-'
erty that is for sale or,v
' rent in that locality.
Ha nsen s LAbits' agencY. . I4i i
Washington st. corner Beventn. ud-
faUIra Phone Main Ills. Female help
GIRLS WANTED APPLY STANDARD
faetorv No. S. Grand ave. and East
l ayior at.
WANTED GIRLS TO MAKE FITZ
Well shirts and Boas of All overalls
at 71 1st st.
MATURE W6m"A AS A6i-flTAN T6
take management Sept 1. Apply at
onre. - Aaaress A.-. 1 , goumsi.
cashiers, clerks. Registration bureau.
101 Allsky bldg.
GIRLS WANTED OPERATORS To
work on shirts and overalls. Lessons
given to Inexperienced. Apply at Stand-
era factory JNO..S, urana ave. ana suast
Wanted fIrst cLasS 'Waitress
in our luncn room. call toaay. uwi
land's. 171 Morrison.
WANTED FIRST WAITRESSES AT
' Hobart-Curtls. 14th and Jefferson.
WANTED LADIES TO TEACH M. E.
Chinese, mission evening school from
7:10 p. m. to t iOAp. m at 247H Btark
st Apply III Clay St. Phone Main 0784.
YOUNG WOMAN CASHIER: SALARY
50; must be good at figures and write
a fair Jjand; state experience. Address
H-465, Journal. -
wanted Jo6d PLAIN 666b
wagss. Apply 111 N 22d St. Tuesday
TEACHERS FOR CHINESE EPI8CO
pai mission;, night school from 7:10
to 0:10 a. m. Apply at 141 0th and
MALE AND FEMALE HELP.
WANTED MEN AND WOMEN TO
. prepare for the civil service;, good
positions constantly to be bad. by those
who -are qualified for them; w snake a
specialty oz preparing you. i. u. a., ill
sth st. y
STENOGRAPHERS, BOTH MALE AND
female, good positions open with best
firms; no charge. Underwood Type
writer Co.. es sin sr.
HELP WANTED AND SUPPLIED,
male or female. K. u. IJraxa, ZUSH
Washington st. racmc nil.
WANTED GOOD COOK FOR SMALL
hotel; wages 4is per. znontn. J.. W,
Livingston. Madras. Or.
WANTED MAN AND WDE FOR
sawmill camp; woman to run board
ing house and man as night watchman;
man cripple pre rerrea. call SI Bandy
rosa, corner zvtn,
WANtED flOOD" B6f 6r 61rL for
tne Kitchen. Kicheiieu, is n. Sth- st
Wanted young1 mAn" 6k" Lady"
to Ul. rharr. of luhacrfntlnii mmmnnw
for popular magaalna X-460, Journsl.
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE. .
PAINTER, PAPERHANOER, WORKS
reasonaue lor owners, m. jasvss. lis
elderly'. Sober 6rmAn wanTs
to take care of private place or watch
man: trustworthy; references.- Address
n-4tv journal. - -
Wanted-situat t6N Afl
tor with a good reliable firm. Ad
dress tot East Couch st.
first cLass sf abLemAn WANTS
work 'with transfer company. Ref-
erenceg given. L-46I.
Would LIkb empL6ymenT St'CH
as plastering and common carpenter
Work. . L-480, Journal.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
THOROUGH. EXPERIENCED NUR8H
wlshes empleyment. Phone A-I1S. f
EXPERIENCED WOMAN , OF 10
wants a position to - run rooming-
house. D-453, Journal.
tases. flats, stores, offices, rooming-
hoiiaea, eta. Landlords will do well to
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY - OF
Phone Kt. Tl. B. E. Cor. Id and Oak.
WANTEIWrd" 'HIRE A GENTLE
horse for light work on grocery team.
L-42B. Journal. , -
WANTED ROOM AND BOARD WITH
private family, by two young men;
permanent; give full particulars. Clt&t
WOULD PAY GOOD PRICE FOR FUR
nlture In well-located house where 1
could pay for same In monthly pay
ments. P-451, Journal.
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS .
CASH FOR HOUSEHOLD GOODS, 8AV
sge PennelL 141-147 1st st Phono
WS PAY MORE FOR FURNITURE.
PORTLAND AUCTION ROOMS,
Main ooob. in ist st.
IF YOU WANT TO 'SELL. SEE US.
Second Hsnd Palace. Highest prices
Said for aecond-hand froode. 247 Flan
era Phone Main 1518. -
H1GHOE8T PRICES PAID F6r ALL
kinds of aecond-hr.nd goods. Union
Exchange, III Front st. Psclfla 1431.
BEFORMITY APPLIA1XE3 MADE ff3
order. K. R. Ksrlson IV Co., Ill An
keny at.. Msln 0280.
WWeCfurnYture and H6usa-
hold goods of , every description
bought, sold and exchanged. The I,
111 1st Main 0174. Home A-tJJT1
We will buyyourTiouseu5Ld
gooos ana guarantee best prices.. Call.
rhone or write. S. J. A L. Rubensteln.
7t Front st, opposite National- hotel.
BEFORE . SELLING
" range. Apply to Janitor, 272 Sev
ymu. fr, -dircrson St. Mmn 1608.
LARGE. LIGHT, NICELTfURN" '. J '
housekeeping rooms; water, ga..4iig,
toS H Aldr.
FOR RENT LIGHT HOUSEKEEPtN'ij
rooms, with bath and gas. 481 E.
KOH RENT HOUSES
VAN HORN TRANSFER--FURNITURS
and pianos moved, stored or shipped. -
Phone Main 1611.
WEllENT AND SELL PlANOl bherT
men. Clar A Co.
HOUSB FOR RENT BaUTIfC
i-roona noma, near nawtnorne
14th st. Keystone Realty Co.,
a ussy oiqg.
l-ROOM H OU8E. west side. $10. - "
. t-room flat, nesr Steel bridge, $10.
4-room house, east side, $14.
HATFIELD St BMITH 105H 4th St.
5R RENT t-ROOM COTTAGE, C
- ment basement. III , Sherman; key '
at 84 0th st.
FOR RENT I FURNISHED HOUSE
keeping rooms. Call in the mornings
Before 0:30; at 121 Clay St.
ItfDL'SES FOR RENT FURNITURE
tOVA v FUR-
nlture, etc phone East 104T
money. - . - ,
WANTED L16H"T FARM WAG6J W
good condition. II E. Couch. - -
WanIed-oood. sPEEbt siN6Lij
.- driver. Address D. . F. Bulley, The
FURNISHED ROO.M9 FOR RENT.
THE COLLINGEj NICELT FURNISH
ed rooms, hot water In every room,
free phone and bath, $1.10 to IS per
week: no children. 121 4th, cor. Clay.
THE RICHELIEU, liw N. ITH ST.
Elegantly furnished; steam heat and
baths. - .
THE GRAND, 45 H N. lb St. R66ms"
for gentlemen, li.zt per week and up.
nTcelyfurnished roomSTIo.oo a
month and. up. 121 Salmon. Phones
Home A-l 8 & and .Pad flc 1949.
THE BUTLER, MODERN HOTEL,
furnished up-to-date; gas and eleo-
trlo iigntea. H Washington
THE YAMHILL HOUSE. 181 YAMHILL
. and w. rara.sta; niceiy rurnished
rooms, single or en suite. Both phonee.
HOUSEKEEPING AND FURNISHED
rooms, reasonable. 101H 1st St.
THE MANITOU, IUH 1ST ST., FUR
- nlshsd rooms; electrlo light running
water and. bath; modern In every re
spect FURNlBrifcb' r66m WITH PklV-
ii... .... HMt,i.. . . r t u
Wash.; phone East 4110; tit per month,
or 120 for the see son. " -
THE AVAtON HOTEL. FUftNlflHfcb
rooms, modern throughout Cor. lltM
and Washington. . -
FURNISHED ROOM - IN PRIVATE
family, suitable for one or two room
ers. . 42T Id et - .
IN THE HEART OF THE CITY. BE
' tween city hall and courthouse, 147 H
5th st. nicely furnished rooms In thor
oughly renovated house, from $1.60 pef
wees up. ... ', , ' '
The newland house good
rooms, single and en suite; good clean
beds, electrlo lights; 11.18 to 11.50 per
week. 100 H 1st Phone Pacific 165 1.
ELEGANTLY .FURNISHED ROOM 8
single or en suite; 111 7th st,- near
THE CURTIS, CORNER ' HTM AND
Commercial; over Danslger's clothing
store: good rooms: central location:
transient .trade solicited. Astoria, Or.
FOR RENT SIX-ROOM HOUSE; FUR.
nlture for'sale; thrse rooms pays rent
100 1st st. Phone Main 0801.
FURNITURE OF-J-ROOM FLA' "FOR
ssie. flat for rent. Flat A FTM-i-acon
Court. 21 Harrison st. "V!
FOR RENT FLAT"
JU8T COMPLETED MODR9 .. FLATS
of T, 0 and 4 rooms; walking distance,
100 feet south of 23d and Washington
sts.. Green ave.. Cedar Hill.
FOB RENT STORES-OFFICES
FOR RENT TWO GROUND FLOOIi
offices. Front and Ankeny sts. Apply
R T. Cox. - Telephone Main 421.
A NICE 6FF1CK -SUITE F6k b&NT.
Madison bldg.. Id and Madison sts.
T6 ' .LEA8E PARTY WlLL ' BtvIL3 )
stores, with high , besement. ' anJ.
roopM to suit tenants. Phono Paoiflo
1142. ... .
. FOR RENT MISCELI.ANEOU8.
HALL AND BALLROOM. NEW WITH '
modern conveniences. Phone Main 1I4S.
' The finest beach property ever offered,
Joining Breakers hotel property, to bo -mown
as Manhattan Beach. 160
acro tract, a portion with building re
strictions other unrestricted; easy,
: - . A. C CHURCHILL A CO - .
110 Second St.. City.
LOCKSLkY HALL-SEASlbE. 6r., h(C
P. L-'Aastln, proprietor, sssisted by L.
A.Csrlyls: -rates front 111.10 per week opt
rates and reservations may be made sow
with Dr. Austin, dentist Rsleigh bldg.
8HELBURN HOTEL NICELY-FUR-
ntshed rooms; everything flrst-classt
home cooking. Mrs. T. P. Hoars, Sea-
FOR FURNISHED ROOMS , AND
housekeeping rooms, address Mrs.;
Oregon, or phone Main 0121. -
I THE COAST REALTY CX.
- ' a.,y 1
a. - TS Mviriwn v.
Headquarters for real estate and
homesteads, timber claims, ' etc; also
4t,ooo, half cash to acres Improved
rel land; only t miles from office.-- -$17,600,
half cash Income property
BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED ROOMS
In private home; modern conveniences;
spienaiq locstion. r-.ott, journa
THE GRAHAM., t4SH WASHINGTON;
nicely furnished housekeeping, single
snd tranaient room a; very reasonable.
TWO B EAUTI FULLY
rooms: electric, light
location. -140 Washington,
and bath; fins
In walking distance and car lines:
large, airy rooms, single or suites; also
housekeeping: all modern conveniences;
very reasonable. Phone East 4141.
FRONT AND ADJOINING" ROOMS,
handsomely furnished; other outside
rooms; transient or weekly.- 18H Id.
IflCE FURNISHED ROOM, NEW. AND
modern. 04 E. 10th. Call evenings or
phone East 4121 Monday. . , - -
Large,- pleasant furnished
room in moqern private home, suit
able ror one or two. Mam 4iis.
NICELY FURNI8HED. ROOMS; CLE AM.
modern. . central. . reasonable rates.
142 H l"t St Phone Paclflo 1021.
rEA6n"Abl! oS'K oft TWO NIcE
rooms; clean; quiet; very central. 460
, EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES..
HANSEN'S EMPLOYMENT OFFICSJ
. ... FOR MEN, -11
N. Id et Phone Mala 1110.
PORTLAND EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
206 H Morrison at... .Phone Paclflo
IT N. Id St
.Phone Paclflo' 1100
RED CROSS EMPLOYMENT CO.
Lossins cams and. farm helo a sna-
elalty. 30 N. Id st Phono Main till.
We pay all telegraph charges.
ACME "EMPLOYMENT C6., ' FARM-'
ers' and loggers' help a specialty. 14
v; l&Mh-& t -N; Jn u,Ul livis
st Phofce Main 0487. . . - .
NOTICE BY MOTION DULY MADE,
seconded and carried the hnam of
directors t)f the Warmers' Fire Relief
association, of Buttsvllls, Oregon, at a
meeting held July II. 107, decided that
the Interests of this association - can
best be served by appointing one gen
eral soliciting agent for each county in
this valley. For that nurnoaa tha hiuril
of directors will receive applications
from persons desiring to act In that
capacity at tne naxt meeting, Saturday,
August, iu, ju 1 ne-Doard reservei
the right to reject anv or all annllca.
tlons. Addrsss ta aecretarv ilnn
L. Bents. Aurora. Oregon.
Yamhill, near Twelfth.
110H RUSSELL ST: OWEN APART
ments; two furnished apartments of
two rooms eacn.
PLEASANT ROOMS IN SINGLE OR
. double; central; cheap, si N. llth st
Hotel 6ak first-class fur-
nlshed rooms, electrlo light jras, "bath
ana phones; situatea next to city para.
si una iv
lence, $2 a week and up. 101 Jefferson,
I OR I FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
THREE ITNFURNISHED ROOM8 FOR
rent. 660 uoucn st.
for rEnt three' UnWrn'iShed
housekeeping rooms. IIS E. Everett
F.OUR-ROOM FLAT, 111. 181 Market
sv; tnree rooms; . wster, fit stvt
tront st. ' .
FOUR. UNFURNISHED - HOUSEKEEP-
ing rooms with water and light;, No. 70
E. 10th North; rent 1E. Inquire- tl E.
Eighth North. Phone East 1830.
ROOMS AND BOARD. .
FIR8T CLASS BOARD AND ROOMS;
walklns- distance: aentlsmen nreferraiL
ini-imni reserves 19- Jjownsnnje iv- - ' ' 1
WANTED THOROUGHLY COMPB-
tent ana reliable nursery aalesmsn for
the Bitter Root countrv Mont,., and
Hood River country, Oregon; exclusive
agency given to party qualified. For
terms and nflrll.nl.ri iilr... Omm.
iurwrry vo.. paiem. yr.
AGENTS WANTED CAN Y6li SELL
foods? If so wa peed you: complete
fit free; cash weekly. Write for
choice of territory. Capftal City . Nur
sery company, Salem. Or. -
nerfum.e: nrlcs varv
iimiteo. m. m. t
ZDO Id St.
Plummsr, at drug store.
AGENTS TO BELL STOCK; E.XPEN8E3
and commission guaranteed; good men
should make from $21 to $100 weekly.
107 Conch bldg. t
WANTED REAL ESTATE
MR. WANT MONET, IF YOU WANT
100 men to sell your property to their
friends, list It wli'4 me; new Plsn. M.
Howss. (0 0th st.
BE IJO-OUTLAND AUUU
It:, I want a -modern I or 7-room
house; I will pay cash; please Send me
full description and price so I csn In
vestlsste as soon as I get to Portland.
George Davis, 100 Hanover ave.. Oak
WANTED i ACRES NEAR CAkLtNll
suitable for chickens and garden; will
pay about $600. $60 down and 416 per
month. . The Spanlon Co, 270 8 lark su
FOR REM HOUSEKEEI'INU.
ti ll WEEK UP CLEAN. FURNISHED
housekeeping-rooms, parlor, - bath,
laundry, furnace heat yard. I0tH Stan
ton st U esr.
ii. to week up Large, clean
furnished hqusekeeplng-rooms, , laun
dry and bath. 114 Sherman st. south.
1 OR 1 FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING:
with use of piano. 441 tth St.
llshts. Dhona. 12 a week uo.
JTlE OTIS FURNISHED II0U8E
keeplng and single rooms; walking
distance. 171 H E. Bufnslde st,
TWO FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING-
rooms for rent. Inquire at 10 IS. 12th
St. corner Btark.
FURNISHED HOI 'SEK EE PING ROOMS
modern flat; adults only. 06 N. llth
THE MITCHELL HOUEKriEEhlNG
and tranaient rooms, reasonable.
anil t landers sts.
Large, "pTTeahAnt FuTWisheIj
room in modern prlvste home, suit-
ni. ior one ortwo. main ells
ANY COMBINATION OF"FU"RNIsUkU
or unfurnished new fists, cottngea or
housekeeping roMss, at very low prices;
on west sklo of river, near fine shady
grove. Apply 184 North llth, Wllls
metts1 Heights cars to llth, turn south
THK EE FURNISHED IltfUSikEKif.'
Ing rooms; new house,- gns range.
Ill ilehnont, corner, loth, Sunnyskle. ,
$11,000, half cash, or trade Hard
' ware store at Invoice, established , It ,
years,-doing 146.000 yearly.
. 116,000 Manufacturing at Invoice. .' -..
' $7,000 General store. 10 per cent oft.
Inventory; $5,000 handles It
. $2.000 .at-Invoice New - shoe . store -(cltvl.
. -- - - -
14.000. half cash Nearly new saw
mill with lot of lumber, logs, timber,
etc.; clears $40 dally. - .
$1,000 to acres. Improved, near Ore
gon City, good buildings, .. ate; , easy,
terms. Other acreage.
11.200, half cash 110 acres level
wheat dand; will be worth 1100 acre.
$10,000 buys one of the finest homes
on the Heights (others all prices). -
11.250, half eaah 6-room - modern -bouse.
$2.000 t-room newi strictly modem,
house. : - .,- ". '
$1,800, ttoo casti 4-room house with ,
I lots 1100 Ifp. .
Rooming-houses, all slses; restaurant
confectionery, grocery stores, oto., ana
Other business opportunities.
t600 Confectionery,- close In, city, t
living rooms; three years lease; rent
, 1800 buyshair interest In large-re--taurant
with position as cashier tit
monthly, and board gus ran teed.
000 buye Interest In real esUtS Cosi
ness, old established, money-maker. -Call,
write . or pbone Main 1661.
A-4160, . , ' ,.,
THE COAST REALTY CO. '
- 114H Morrison at.
. . MILLER. PAGE a CO,
x " Brokers. :
Room t. 171 H Morrison st -'Good,
chance for enterprising maw
grocery and conrectionery Business oi
fered for few days only at low figure
of $800. See us about this. Also very.
desirable lots In good, residential ps
of cltv nn t. . terms. . . 3S
we oan snow you soma gooa ouys
small and modern homes at prices and
terms suitable to all. List yony prop--
ertle-with us-for quick sal-;- ;
We have an Al milling and smelting
stock for sale; good money maker and
best of references; -only amal 1 number -of
shares left It will pay Investors to
look Into this. . .
MILLER. PAGE St CO,
Wanted parties with lplh
money , to Invest In amounts ofvjat
and up. In heavy manufacturing concern
now established In this city. Best open
ing In United States. F. L. Bchott, 404 H
Kast wornson St., i-oniana, urrgon.
GROCER WANTED. TO PURCHABIJ
an establishment on the east side of
the river. Address A-428 journal.
WE HAVE WHAT YOU WANT- . .
Rooming-houses, restauranta, hotels, .
Orocerv stores, meet msrketa -
-- Real estste. business Shancea, JnvertM
ments. Western Resltf Company,
Room 110. IftftU Washlnrtnn st.
MINING AND INDUSTRIAL STOCKn
and bonds bought and sold Corre
spondence InvltedT i H. W. Donahue A
Co.. Ill Buohsnsn bldg. - Phone Main
FOR SALE CONFECTIONERY AND
" i;v sbs voxels tni 10 av -
small capital required. , Address W-421,
Journal. ' .
FOR SALE FURNITURE OF 10-ROOM
miimln. hnnaa aultahla for boarding
house; a good money maker; I minutes
walk from center of town; will sell :
cheap If taken at once; leaving town. .
Call after 12 a. m. 4 N. Park st Phono
RESTAURANT FOR SALE CHEAP ON
account of other business. Auareas
1,000 OR $1,200, ALL THAT 18 RE
nnlreit for half-Interest In two stores. '
or will sell one store outright splendid
opening for -a buslnsso man. Address
HOTEL AND R0ADHOU8B TO LEABM
. Old-established, with or without -saloon;
furnished; newly remodeled; f 36 J
also T-room house and orchard, $10; and .
4 flnts. 18 rooms, 126; all on weetaains.
C. - H. Plggott. owner, lawyer. 4, I
S Mulkev hid. -- sv '
NEW6PA PER REPUBLICAN, BPLEN--
- did vslley flld; Cylinder press, big
Job business. For sale on terms. T-434,
io it sale good Hotel, $ o
steady boarders, will sell reasonaoin.
too much business. Inquire at
Olisan st - , . , ... - ,.."