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THE OREGON SUNDAY JOURNAL?, PORTLAND, SUNDAY . MORNING,'. 'AUGUST II. 1907.
San Francisco Office
nTJ!TTElfltWT AITO HOB.
Nwicairxioji beobitzo. . .
OrJfconltns when In Ban Francisco
ean have their mall sept la care of
The Journal offlca , .
ARTHUR L' FISH Representative.
L 7' EBUSINESS NOTICES
6KELLY CO.. 14TH AND FLANDERS
floor, feed, bay. grain. Pbonea A-l.li,
i 111. - ,....
LOST , AND rOUND.
NotWlthataniUnr tha himnialu win,
'tinued to rise over the north PaoJflo
y states. local rains fell in tha Willamette
(y v,iey and the sound country and a
t amall amount of rain was reported In
southeastern Idaho. Elsewhere fair
weather prevailed with slightly, big bar
: temperatures. .
Indication ere for fair and -warmer
weather in this district today. . - .
. Portland and vicinity Today, ; fair
(no warmer; westerly wuius. ..
Waatern flraron and waatern Wash
lngton Today, fair and. warmer, except
near coast; westerly winas, .
Eastern .Oregon, eaatern Washington
ana Idaho Today rair and warmer.
Maximum temperature, 67 degrees;
. minimum temperature, 62 degrees.
River reading, at s a. m., 9.0 feetl
ohange In last 24 hours, 0.1 feat
Total rainfall, I p. m. to t p. m., ,01
Inch; total rainfall alnee September 1,
1900, 46-11 Inches; normal rainfall alnce
apt ember 1, 1808, 40.41 Inches; de
.Hclency, 1.10 Inchea. -,
Tot-aveunshine veeterday. houra. '41
ital-Sftt vuiaalhla aiinahlna waararit-
Sours. 27 minutea
Barometer (reduced to sea level) at
I p. tn. yeaterday, 10.12 Inchea.
FOR ABSTRACTS, . TITLE) INSUK
ance or mortg age loana. call on Pacino
mil Trust co., io-.--t railing bldg.
GET- YOUR' INSURANCE AND Ai&u
atracta to real aetata from tha Title
Guarantee St Truat Co 140 Waahlngton
t, cor. -.a.
FOUND A PLACE TO HAVE HAIR
mattresses renovatea ana returnea
same day. 221 Front It Mala 474.
Portland Curled-Hair Faotory. H. Mau
Lost UdUH RED .iEiFER.WH.fi-
. stripe down back; reward.. Ed. Ring
atad, -Clarkamaa, Or. -
ARTl! i TAKING BR.AcELl-T FROM
window of Tourpy building on Taylor
street, Pieaae return to ueiena otewara.
room nit, rourny ping.; rewara.'
Lost a Japanese . pug; wi-ii'i-
Doay wun lemon eara; return ma
earns to 4(4 Hall and claim liberal re
ward. - ' -
ioL'N'li 8TRA7 ufib'M.Lci. CoW,
white apot forehead.- 148 Front Bt.
Lost If pArty taking "Pacific"
Racer" bicycle, Thursday, from Pub
Ho Library, returns same to Portland
Oun Store, 161 First at; -.reward; no
rinaa: finder Dleaaa return to cashier
journal; noerai rewara.
LOST DAY MARE, WEIGHT "aUOUT"
1.100 pounds, Roman noae. black feet
return fo owner, James Hewitt. (71 E.
Gllsan and set reward. Phone Eatll6.
WILL PART Y WHO PICiCEDUP REK
lined roba on Cullv road laat Sunder
below Padook's please phone Mala 1S41.
LOST AT BEABIDE. "A CHAMOIS
skin bag containing several valuable
L. U HarUey. tOS lltb at, II; Jessie
JS. Lucas, tl.
Arthur W. Chanoa, 11; Kate a ara-
Arthur I.. Jones, 114 E. Ird st, 17;
'bjdcui. una j ones, xe.
Wybur E. Evans, Troutdale, Or.," It;
Waddina Carda. W. O. Smith A Co.
Washington bldg., corner 4th and Wash'
Wedding cards the best, 100 for tS.
Alvln B. Hawk. 144 Id st
Tonseth Co., floriats, tor flowers of
an ainaa. izi stn st. .
1 HI . 1 1 ... j
ctarae tiros., lortata nne Oowera
and floral dealgna 180 Morrlaon st
Full dreaa aulta for rent, all slsea
Unique Tailoring Co., 100 Stark st
MAX M. SMITH, FLORIST, 110 ITH
st, oppoaiM Meier A Frank's. Mala
J. P. FWLfcf & 6onb. Id aNd maW
son sts. Office of oounty ooroner
Phone Mala 0.
fctjNNlNO, M-EOTM it OlLBAtJoH,
undertakera and embalm era; modern
In every detatL Seventh and Pine. Main
4 10. Lady aaalatant.
,JL B. HftMBfOCKL PONtiRAL
rector. Eaat 18th and Umatilla, Phone
Bell wood 71. Lady aaalatant
iiiii ip M v. turn w.. t- " . . .
rectora embalmera 171 Ruaaall. Rat
10IS. Lady aaalatant
kqward holm"a. uDgnTAja.
IE0 td it
till. Lady asalatawt -
family - lots. 10x11. for 1100, and I
vpwaras, acooraing ; to Bias; the only
wnn"7 n roruina wnicn perpetually
tnatntaina- and .cares for lota.' For
iniormauon. apply to W. K. uackentle,
Worcester block. W. M. Ladd, prealdent
ROBE CITY SINGLET GRAVES. JlO;
family lots, 125 -to $76. Superintend
' ent at cemetery, corner of Fremont at
and Cully road. Phone Tabor ZOO. For
full Information apply to Frank Schlegel,
001 Commercial blk. Phone Main 1811.
PROPOSALS FOR BUILTJINQS TO BE
ereoted at the Oregon institute for
feeble minded. Including steam heating
plant, plumbing and electrio wiring.
Balem. Or,, Aug. 6, 1007. Sealed pro
poaala, Indorsed on the outside of the
envelope, "Proposals for buildings for
the Oregon ' inautution . for n Feeble
Minded. Salem. Oregon." and addressed
to 8. A. Koier, clerk of the board, will be
reoeivea ai-ine aecreiary oi aiaies oi
ftoe, state capitol, Salem, Oregon, until
t o'clock p. tn of August 4, 1007, for
furnishing materials and labor required
to construct and complete the following
buildings with electrio lighting: Frame
administration building, frame dormi
tory, frame barn, brick laundry-building,
brick boiler house, steam beating
plant and- plumbing, in atrict accordance
with plans, specifications and instruc
tions to bidders, which may be examined
at the secretary of state's office, capitol
building, and at the office of WT D.
Push. Balem, Oregon.
Bids submitted otherwise than on pro
posal sheet attaohed to each, specifica
tion will not be entertained.
B. A. KOZER, Clerk.
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEEt
HELP WANTED MALE
pobition Open, outsidh of-port-
land, for. a -well equipped dry goods
man, with city experience, for head of
department! a good Place for one who
has a thorough knowledge of dry goods,
and who has bad some experience In
buying. Is able to write ads, dress win
dows, decorate the Interior .and. direct
help under bint. State former employers;
matter will be treated as confidential;
salary $135 per month. M-4 05, Journal.
VauSEN 8 LAEIE8', aoenct.
'.Wan and wife, log camp, 110; 1 coo Vs.
City. ISO tan. ,.. kZl
tela, 140; Cook's helper for threshing
U,"7.J,,U ara Paia; i waitresaea, re
sort, 140; 1 waitress, hoteL ISO; Lcham
bermald, hotel, 126; I waitressea? Aber-
""Hi eav; i . waitress, camp, is;
waltreasea, Idaho, $31 and board; "
witrniau ... i... , . . .. i .
for city, to' 110 a week; chamber-maid,-2S
to 40 a month; girl for
iruuiuna, is a wee a: z aousekeenera
Sta?c Mt Cutters Wanted
$1.50 jpcr ccrd, timber yel
low fir, apply R. 306 Stearns
Uau Portland, Oreiron. :
UlttaWll iey'pLoVMT a6BnCY;
N HihnnA ut j 1 KA Burnslda
; I rough carpenters, $4.40 per day; I
rough painters, $3.00 per day; planer
feeder, 11.60; blacksmith, ; 14.00; eamp
I H vu f Qw m iv w -.we - --
to 1 4. 0 0 ; 1 0 concrete jaborera,
12.76! - teamsters. 11.76; 4 men ror
wholesale packing-house. R. R. laborers.
I..DV to tt.ia lumoer graaara, bj.dv,
vtH tin amimih 1 T K mAffi And wife
for farm, $01; superintendent for farm.
WANtED SALESMEN ; ilAltit MARfl
II A. . 111. . w W . . . u. W
f IV, (V 9V III VII , -III. ' w M
more; etock clean, grown - on reserva
tion, far rrom old orcharas; eaan aa
vaneed waeklvt choice ef territory. Ad
dress Washington Nursery Co, Top-
Union Hotel .
, . rvirtf an DriDTr.iwn Aa
i OAA WW wlwM w WW W I 1 , W
' Free employment to all: boarders' rates
$1.60 per week; room, 16o and up; spe
cial monthly rates given. Anderson,
OPPORTUNITIES TO ADVANCE IN
- the government service. Positions for
Ky. mail clerk, let., carrier, eta juet us
prepare you for exam. Call or write,
rac. states Bchooia, en McKay piag.
The undersigned incorporators of the
Portland Country Club St Live Btock
asaoclatlon, dealgnated by a majority
of auoh Incorporators to open' books and
receive subscriptions to the eapltal
stock of the corporation and to fix
upon a time for a meeting of the sub
scribers to the stock of said corpora
tion, hereby call a meeting of the aub-
scriDers or tne atoca or tne rortiana
Country Club Live Stock aasoclatlon.
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 n. m.. for the
purpose of electing not less than three
directors of said corporation, as the
stockholders - preaent shall determine.
the edontlon of bv-lawa. and for the
transaction of such other business as
may properly eome before the meeting.
roruana. Oregon, juiy ittn, i.ut.
O. A.' WESTGATE,
JULIUS t- MEIER,
SEALED BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED
by the Clerk of the County Court of
Multnomah County up to 11 o'clock
noon. August 21st 1107. for the ereotlon
of a two-story frame Detention Home at
Center Addition, for the boys and girls
of the Juvenile Court Bids will be re
ceived either separately for each branch
of the work, or complete for the entire
building. Plans can be viewed t the
office of the architects, Bennes-Hend-
mlXtm ML TaI... Mt T.kk. -tlw. a . ,
I i v no K um.i w i uua wjauB., w a. v in.
orrice or tne ciera or tne county court.
A NE W DEPA RTURE
For fraternul nnl.ra
Webfoot Camp No, 06,
vYooomen oi tne world,
starts sn educational
. contest In which the
members and their chil
dren alone will be al
lowed to participate. The
' i camp baa always been
progressive and now uas a membership
of over 1.250 and among this large
membership are some of the leading
pruicBBiunnu ana Dullness men OI the
vuy ana state.
WEBFOOT CAMP NO. 08,
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.
FREE CONTEST FOR BUSINESS
Open to any daughter orison, broth
r or sister of a member of Webfoot
Camp No. 05, between the age of 15
ana xv years inclusive.
Contest to commence Aur. fi 19A3.
Closing of conteat to be announced lat
HOW TO ENTER CONTEST.
' Send name and address to Dr. H.
4. warns, Koom Washington bldg.
MUW.TO GET VOTES AND VOTE
for eAah'meetln- jl m,mhr rf
wbdiooi eano attenaa. riv vnt,i tvin
be allowed him In the contest, and for
eacn name handed in of an eligible can
didate, five votes will be allowed. For
each application' presented, 10 votes, and
when applicant is initiated. 10 votes.
All votes must be east each Friday
.night at the session of Webfoot Camp
No. OS, All names of prospective can
didates for membership must be certi
fied to by at least one Woodman In
Sood ' standing.' Any friend of the or
er will be allowed to present names
or application when properly signed by
a neighbor in good standing and may
vote such votes for any candidate they
SCHOLARSHIPS AND AWARDS.
First prise, full course, 1100: second
prlte, nine months' course. $75. In
eluding diplomas. .Winners of either
contest to select one of the following
colleges: Portland Business college,
Holmes Business college. Behnka-Walk
DR. H. J. HARRIS,
DR. E. L. CARTER,
A. L-. BARBUR.
; Awarding Committee.
Application fee for Joining Webfoot
Camp, $3.00: IncludluK certificate fees
and medical examination. 1
DON'T FORGET. "
To all neighbors of George Washing
ton camp, 11. -W; O. W., you are re
quested to attend camp meeting next
Tuesday and bring all vouf gentleman
friends. Let's have a good, old fash
ioned meeting, There will be a good
program and refreshments. Don't for
get. H. A. Fredrlch, clerk, y -y
SEALED BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED
by the undersigned at the courthouse,
Portland, Oregon, until 12 o'clock noon
on Wednesday, August 28, 1007, for Im
provements and alterations to be made
on the, Multnomah county armory build
ing 10th and Couch sts., Portland,
uregon. nans ana specmcauons ror
the proposed improvements and alera
ttons can be seen at the office of the
architect, Richard Martin Jr., Dekum
building. Portland. Oregon.
The county reserves the right to re-
lee, any, ana au bias.
County Clerk. Multnomah County, 6r.
ii.AUrli.Ks JuXAMlNATIONS No
tice is hereby clven that the county au
perintendent of Multnomah county will
hold the regular examination of appli
cants zor state ana county papers at tne
Ladd school. West Park and Madison
Streets, commencing Wednesday, August
14th. A complete proaxam furnished
on request Applicants writing here for
otner counties - snouia secure written
consent of the superintendent of the
county where employed. R. F. Robin
son, county school superintendent
NOTICE BAGGAGE BELONGING TO
L. Sakon and George Hlllstrom, held
by the Hotel West as security, will be
sold on or about September 1, 1907,
at public auction.
I0S Allskv bid a.
Wide awake.' energetic men
wanted on good salary and commis
sion for city and traveling. References
reoulred. 107 Couch bldar.
ill. a GOVERNMENT SERVICEMEN
wanted at once to qualify ror rail
examinations. Call today. Information
rrae. West Coast schools. 111 Oregon
Ian bldg. Onen tonlrht
Wanted-maW to cLiSar ' LaMd.
Apply Fred Hoecker, room 400 Cham-
ner or commerce.
WANTED-B6V 6VER1. YEARS 6f
age to learn some trade. 171 1st
WANTED A MAN OF EXCEPTIONAL
selling ability by leading nrm high
grade advertising, Insurance or book
man can obtain fine position at large
compensation. Reply, giving address
and phone. W-404. Journal.
WANTED TWO HIGH-GRADE
salesmen ' by big corporation; must
be clean-cut and forceful; good par. Ap
ply by letter, giving phone number or
residence X-404. Journal.
A GOOD DELIVERY MAT? Fol.
butcher wagon. Jones market, 161
Job, good wages. J. F. Flshwi
MEN AND BOYS WANTED, LEARN
plumbing, plastering, bricklaying; also
aheet metal pattern draughting: "posi
tions aecured; day and night classes;
free catalogue; visitors welcome. Coyne
1 race ecnooia, pan r rancipco.
WA!tRiS3fcSs fllTT. H6oD RIVER,
Walla Wa'lla. Pe Ell (also cook, J6,
fare):, ohambarmalda: cl. 1 Mineral
Springs: domestics, cook a, dishwashers
(Camas); menr eooks. dishwashers (I
coaat. 140. 125). milker. Rvarvhodv
..11 ' i.. ' . " , 1 . . , ' . ..' '
m, iuen wasnington,
Both telephones. Sunday, 11 to 11.
Wa WTed LAbtES TO LeaRn" Tltd
aimpiest, easiest, quickest and least
labor in washing. It saves clothing and
laundry bills. Clothing will wear long
er, for It will not injure the finest
iBDna ruu instructions sent to any
address on receipt of one dollar. W.
v. -umpnrey, iozt chestnut st, Oak-
i.im, v. IV1.
LaCndrY bkLp WANTED NO KV.
perlence required; good wages; steady
pvai.iun. roy --.unary wa lui ju. w a-
WaNteO CHOCdLATa dIPpErS.'
cream dippers and packers. Aldon
Candy Co., 10th and Olfaan sts.
WANTEb C6MPEtENt WoMAM
zor cook ana downstairs work; no
washing; family of three. Apply at onoe
to 711 Flanders st
V ANT-CD w6maW FOR wAflHINo
147 Upshur, near
GlRLfe wAkfl.l-OPEftAt6RB Td
work on shirts and overalls. Lessons
given to Inexperienced. AddIv at Stand.
ard factory No. I, Grand ave. and Bast
kN'SEN's LAdIe' AaftNef. I..U
Washington st, corner Seventh, up
stairs. Phone Main 2(11. Female help
gIrLs wanted-appLy sf aWdard
faotorv No. 2. Grand ave. and East
UeLp WAiifdD-UNiiii LAUNdrV
Wanted qIrLb t6 HaUH mi
Well ahlrts and Boas of All overalls
LYtVki; womaW as ASsIstANl 6
take management Bept 1. Apply at
once. Address m-411, Journal.
caahlera, clerka. Registration bureau.
ioi ahbkv mag.
WANTED YOUNG LADIES TO
TOU CAN EARN FROM 11.000 TO
110,000 a year andexpense as a trav
eling salesman. we prepare young
men foe these positions In eight weeks
by mall and secure them positions with
reliable firm a Write for particulars to
day. Address - National Baleamans
Training Association, Suite $60, , Bear-
ritt mock, Kansas city, mo,
ticvf Adi "1 r. if? aHT Hs?S T
JUr.ll UP JwJJUA.. . 4 W DCUU m A Uwivii,
Exceptional chance to right party. Ill
Lumber Exchange. Portland. Or.
BRIGHT YOUNG MAN IN A U8i-
neas similar to. real aetata; salary.
101 Bwetland bldg.. Biinoay, 10 to 12.
Wanted thoroughly ' compe-
- tent and reliable aursery salesmen for
tne Bitter Root country. Montana ana
Hood River country, Oregon; exclusive
agency, given to party qualified. For
terms and particulars address Oregon
VT.. - . -. d . 1 A. . ' .
Agents ' wANTEiCilM 6U AeLL
goods T If so we need you: complete
outfit free: cash weekly., Write for
choloe of territory. Capital City Nur
sery eomoany. Salem. Or. ...
bometHincJ K'eW lti HldU-oRAtii.
perfumea; Brie very -low; supply
limited. R. MT Plumaer, at drug tore.
199 id st
AG-tNta WAklJ m PEA !ENf PRC-P-tt
selling "Novelty Sign Cards" i mer
chants buy 10 to 100 on sight; 100 va-
, 1 Uw , .iwIUI I w. PUUII.II ,wwf V w
W. Van Buren st, Chicago., 111.
i sb- ii i , i i.i, H , us -wjai--agaMB-S-ajS-
WANTED REAL ESTATE
FURNISHED BOOMS FOB REXX
-BURNISHED ROOMS PLEASANT
room in modern private home either
4118, - . .
STEAM HEATED ROOMS, HOT AND
cold water at all times In tub, ana
Shower hftt hi a mlmitM from oostof
flee; single room 111. double rooms $18,
9ft . M- wT ... . , . ww,.w 11th
FURNISHED. FIRST FLOOR) BATl
gas, lawn, phone, er.
and furn-a an
, ' nlshed - housekeeping rooms,
Sard; close In, 111. 401 R. Ash,
rand ave.: rooms vacant Mnnriav.
two, LARGE, NICELY FURNISHED
Parlor room- aln.la a an -nlta' Invar
iioor; au moaern conveniencea ill
f ill, ut V VII,
tV6 kicELV FCTRNIBr-ES ROOMS' AT
814 Salmon St.. 8 blocks of noatofflee.
VOR RENT Tw75 b"f IRN'tflU F.f)
; rooms for light housekeeping; no chU-
amn. c. sm ai. jrnone a im.
iTURNISHED FRONT ROOi? FoT.
rent 10 E. 11th st Phona B 1181.
THREE HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS,
uvir a nouaeaaeDina rooms, nnnar
floor; reasonable; all modern conven
iences. 681 Johnson.
TWO trURNIBHED HOUSEKEEPING
rooms In cottage: bath. gas. shone.
nice yard. Ill Morrlaon at
FOR RENT' HOUSEKEEPING.
eetember will be a lively real estate
nnnf h ( 1 0 e.ie kua steAr-errw mmltm
get It on our books right away and we I ton at. U ear,
win turn it into easn. we nave more
Inquiries for home properties than any
other real estate of floe In Portland. Ouf
excellent ground floor location on Stark
St. maaes una poaaiDia- .-.
TUB Of ANTON COllrAn I ,
o BtarK at.
$1 II WEEK UP CLEAN. FURNISHED
UUU-twOVCIUft'IVV 1 V
laundry, furnace beat, yard. 201 Btao-
WANtfcf)-A xmi WHO 13 Loof--
Ing for a modern T-room bungalow)
good location; fine lawn; beet car serv
ice In city; small payment down, bal
ance same aa rent Home Land Co.,
14IH First .
WANTED TO BORROW $510 PRIV
ate monev: -rllt-adred reel estate se-
curity. - Address M-444, Journal
WANTED TO RENT
learn telephone operating; good salary
abort houra cav while learnlna. luncheon
served free or cnarge ana lounging ana
rest rooms in connection. Apply chief
operator, Telephone Duuaing, west i-arx
ana Aiaer sis.
Wanted competent girl for
general housework, can 1X1 is. l.tn.
EXPERIENCED LADIES' CLOTHES
' Jroners. $2.25 per day: experienced
mangle girls, $11 per week. Write Wal
lace ijaunary co., waiiace, loano.
WANTED CHAMBER MAID; GOOD
wages. Bauer Hotel. 0th and Gllsan.
WANTEb AN EXPERIENCED HEAD
waitress: also a regular waitress.
Hobart-Curtls, 265 14th Bt
FIRST - CLASS BOOKKEEPER
wanted with good references. Ad
drews K-465, Journal
WANTED EXPERIENCED BABY
nurse. Apply a4 once. 231 24th et, N.
WOMAN TO HELP IN KITCHEN."
Call 260 Taylor. Restaurant
6-RLs 6f lfl t6 dO L.GHl1 WORK
HELP WANTED MALE
GOOD PAT MEN WANTED EVERY
. where to tack signs, distribute cir
culars, samples, eta; no canvassing. Na
tional District Bureau,' Chicago, III
WANTED YOUNG MAN, ASSISTANT
bookkeeper and stenographer, whole
sale hardware; state salary, experience
and references. M-4C2, Journal,
A COMPETENT TYPEWRITER, BOOK.
keeper and office man: must be a
neat penman; good salary. Address In
own handwriting. K-462, Journal.
BOY FOR DELIVERY. $0 PER WEEK.
Lincoln, bookbinders, l.g
WANTED WOVEN WIRE MAT-
tress - weaver: permanent itosition.
Oregon Furniture Mfg. Co., 1214 Mao-
WANTED INTELLIGENT YOUNG
men to prepare for railway telegraph
service. Passes furnished from school
to positions ' when comnetent Oreaon
College, 406 Commonwealth Bldg.
WANTED EXPERIENCED SHOE
salesman: atDly at onoe. Korrect
Shape Bhoe Store. 203 Morrison street
GOOD TEAMSTER WITH REFER-
ences to drive express rlar on shares.
MEN. BBTWENN 11 AND 45. AT ONC
to nreDare for U. 8. LETTER CAR
RIERS AND CLERKS in Portland Dost
office; special examination Auarust 17,
LIFE POSITIONS. See us today. West
Coast Schools, SIS Oregonlan bldg. Open
ADVERTISING SOLICITORS. PRINT
ers, pressmen, llnotypers wanted, fur
nished. Northwest Newspaper Broker
age, uooanougn Diag.
LlVI. SALESMEN WAN Nd BBS
of sidelines address Paclflo Coast Post
Card Co., 102 Exchange bldg., Seattle,
man for city; salary. C-465. Journal
EXPERIENCED FRAME MAKER AND
bench hand. Portland Sash St Door
Co., E. Taylor and union ave.
ASSISTANT MALI. STENOGRAPHER
In wholesale house; good ohanoe for
advancement; state age and salary ex-
pecteq. Aaareea A-46&, journal.
WANTED TAILORS TO WOlH. 6lt
coats. Apply 496 Washington.
TRAVEL FOR AN OLD RELIABLE
manufacturer; staple, well-advertised
line of food produots, eta; $160 to $160
per month and expenses; wanted at
once, good salesman for Oregon. E. E.
McGuire, salee manager. Detroit Mich.
WANTED YOUNG MEN TO PRE-
pare by mail for positions as travel
lng salesmen: experience unnecessary
salaries $100 to $260 a month and ex
penses; positions guaranteed with reii-
WWI- U.IU.I ,. . b W . V. . . wU wua . 1
Address National Salesman's Training
association, state .ov boarritt biooK,
Kansas city, mo.
WANTED YOUNG MEN WITH ABIL
lty to sell goods for positions as trav
eling salesmen in various lines: experi
ence unnecessary; salaries 8100 to 1350
a montn and expenses, write ror par
tloulars today. Address A-45, JournaL
HELP WANTED FEMALL
WANTED AN APPRENTICE IN THE
. drafting room of the Willamette Iron
A, O t at IXfriMlra Tnniil.A . , nfflnta
WANTED MECHANICAL DRAUGHTS-
man. must be flrat-class.
. corner E. Pine and Grand ave. meets
very Tueada---night. .Phone Eaat 8279.
EVERGREEN CAMP, 6.460
V meets Wednesday ,, evening.
blag., sa sna OTorrison sts.- .
Id. W. a. 6re6on okAPE caMp mi
0,075. Mondays. . 7th and Marshall.
Visitors welom a .'
CIRCLE NO. 7. L. OF G. A. R MEETS
second knd fourth Tuesdays, at Drew
INVENTIONS BOUGHT AND SOLD. 1
Covenant -contract cos 4 . s .leaner
: bids. Msin 2801
, d' taENRICHBEtj c6:. JEWELERS,
and opticians, 184 Washington st'
H-tW-dTlON LIBRARY. 131 10TH
. gt books loaned at I cents the day. v
WANTED SALESMEN AND SOLICI
tors for best proposition ever made to
both agent and public; $60 to $76 per
week easily made: do not overlook this.
Call after 7 p. m, New Occidental hotel,.
ist ana Morrison, room six, r. i.ramer.
HUSTLERS EVERYWHERE, $25 TO
$30 made weekly distributing circu
lars, samples; no canvassing; steady.
Merchants' Out-Door Ad. Co., Chicago.
WANTEDA fepY FOR WORK IN LI
braty. Apply public library, 7th and
QUICK FOR HOLIDAY LINE, THE I
best salesmen we can get; give full
experience - and reference. Address
G-464. Journal. .
SALESMEN EVERYWHERE TO SELL
our ice crushers to saloonlsts, soda
fountalnlsts, confectioners. Ice cream
manufacturers, etc.; side line; good com
mlaslon. DnvenpoYt Ice Chipping Ma
chine Co., DavenpArt.Ta. .
ELECTRICAL" HNGINEER YOUNG
- man. 21 veara of are. with collets
f training and three-years' practical eleo-
tricat engineering experience in opera
tion, construction,, and correapondent ei
paclty, seeks' position in western states
Tvith some electric railroad company:
excellent references., Address T-6286
Hapgoods, 1115, Park bldg., .Pittsburgh,
Pa. - , ' '
WANTED . EVERYWHERE ktfST
i lera to tack signs, distribute circulars,
samples, eta.; no canvassing; good pay.
Sua Adyertislng Bureau, Chicaga . -. i
WANTED WOMAN TO ASSIST IN
tailor repair s-hop. 231 Alder st
BUSINESS WOMAN WITH STRONG
personality, good health and selling
powers required, one who can leave
the city preferred. N-462, Journal.
WANTED SCHOOLGIRL TO HELP
with housework; wages. Phone E
1235. 803 Clackamas.
WANTED-COMPETENT GIRL FO-.
general housework. Call 161 E. 10th.
f none mast I0tf3.
Wanted girl who desires a
good position In housework. Small
house; only two lb family and no wash
ing: moderate wages. Home phone B
WANTED GOOD UIRL FOR GENER
al housework; small family. 160 East
WANTED YOUNG LADIES rO iR
pare for commercial telegraph Posi
tions, uooa wages wnen competent.
Oregon College, 40i, iCommon wealth
WANTED .NEAT, RESPECTABLE
woman, undeft 85, as housekeeper on
fruit ranch. -30 Yamhill. . Main S413.
GIRL TO SELlI. AND ATTEND IN
ladles' tailoHnglace. J: K. Starr. 429
Washington, t- '
WANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. 1064 Hawthorne ave.
Phone Tabor 412.
WANTED STENOGRAPHER FOI-
F, m. ueacn & Co.,
135 First st.
presser on Ladies' skirts;
steady work; $18 per week to begin
with; must understand tailoring. Can
call Sunday. 429 Washington. 1
WANTED ONE. FIRST CLASS SEAM
trnaS' and two aDDrentices - to learn
dressmaking; small wages to begin with.
Apply apartment s enexaeia, ita ana
LADIES ONE IN EACH CITY TO IN-
troduce our new toilet specialty: ex-
t-rience nut necessary: work can.be
done In spare time, our balm outsells all
others; ladies beg for ft; write for out
fit; terms free. Address Velvet Balm
Co., Newark, New Jersey.
Wanted girLs in ironing room
at Paclflo Laundry,' 231 Arthur st
A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSB
work; 4 In family. Phone Woodlawn,
at Portland Cigar Box faotory
wagee. 43H E. 8d st
LADIES $1 EVERY DAY AT HOME!
stamped envelope for particulars. Lev-
dies' Aid, Durham, Conn.
GIRLS WANTED GOOD WAGES FOR
competent help; steady employment
Portland Paper Box Co.. 208 Oak st
LaD'Y1 AGENTS TO SELL PERFUMES
and toilet articles, direct to consumer,
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK;
WANTED TO RENT HOUSES. COT-
. w . . 1-tai A, nni Afflf L FA Amtftv.
houses, etc. Landlords will do well to
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANT OP
Phone Ex. 71. 8. K. Cor. 2d and Oak.
WANTED PLACE TO BOARD LIT-
tie girl aged years la nice borne.
Address T-444, Journal.
ll.Jo W..EI. L'P-LAR(3a, CL-.AN
furnished bousekeeplng-rooma laun
dry and bath. 114 Sherman at, south.
Portland. t -
and transient rooms, reasonable, . 7th
and Flanders sts.
iti& HeILer. lU dl-AkD AV.S.;
first-class furnished - housekeeping
rooms, eleotiie light and gas; free tele-
ene and bath.
housekeeping suites: gas range; run
ylng water. 501 H Alder st
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS OAS'
stove, bath, phone. Main 1011. 171
N. 11th st
LiGllT H0tiEK--fcilN6,.WlTt. dAJ
and bath. 482 E. Washington st
SMALL HOUSEKEEPING SUITE WITH"
two and three-room suites, oompletely
furnished for housekeeping. Main 6412.
Wanted to rent, after octo-
ber 1, 107, modern f or 7-room house
or bungalow, furnished or unfurnished,
'in good neighborhood; no ohlldren, only 1
people. Call or write to J. A. Bloch,
secretary oerman-American pang
6-ROOM COTTAGE: MODERN; WEST
side; close in. D-4, journal
WANTED BY" REFINED YOUNG
lady, board, In private family; must
be reasonable: references; phone num
ber. m-4. s, journal.
Wanted, or i-rooM C6f frAaa
by good tenant; must be strictly mod
ern; give full partioulara D-482,
WANTED FURNISHED HO US 0,1
about four rooms; in good location.
not too far out; must be in good con
dition and reasonable; two adults and
child 1 year old. L-481, Journal.
-must be good cook; no washing.
ply 26 N. 9th st ;
MALE AND FEMALE HELP.
WANTEIV-1.000 HOP-PIcbcERS V6
pick 024 acres of hops; big crop; larg
est and best equipped hopyard In Ore
gon: all on trellis wire; perfeot accom
modations; grocery store, bakery, butch
er shop, barber shop, dancing pavilion,
50x150 feet; telephone, physician, beau
tiful camping ground, 1 aorea bathing
pool, restaurant provisions soia at port
land prices; we pay $1.10 per 100
pounds. Reduced excursion rates on our
special train. For further particulars
apply to Krebs Bros., 271 Stark st.
rortiana. or.i on or m auruit it.
Phone Main 1220. Home A-tl6f.
WE WILL BUT TOUR HOUSEHOLD
goods and guarantee pest prices. Call,
?hone or write. 6. J. A L. Rubensteln,
76 Front st, opposite National hotel
age PennelL 146-147 1st st Phone
i FURNISHED SUITES FOR UOUSE-
keeplng and I single rooms, furnished
for housekeeping; $2.25 to $1.76 per
weex. iyim tu. ua. uasi isas.
A NEWLY tURKlSI-ED. LeLI&H--
ful room on first floor; hot and cold
running water; all modern conveniences;
most desirable neighborhood in city;
reesonanie rent, can Main am
. FOR KENT ITOU S IJ.l
MODERN HOUSJ1:. 7 .'.OOM3, ALL 1 M
provementa; wood ml -hi, rn-,
Shades, large grounds Call tomv. 1 un
til 4, 160 East Couch Street l-ke i:uat
Cheapest lfoi h iN'TiiB ciiiTV
as, Datn, ana cma wemr;
lstanne, 2,d and E, Taylor;
er rnnnfl. fnone Kaat f2n.
rooms, ass, bath, not ana cu weter:
SionitH v wnmf-nuOM APARf mln' f
for rent, unfurnished. . Inquire 21) ,'
botTAfl aKd CAkci-ii feli.clAU3T
Ooltre. called bis neck, permanently
removed. Cancera cured without a knife.
Asthma, nervous and ohronio disease a
specialty. Dr. Voose. 1H :st st.
LARGE, MOIJKKN -KOUA iloUM'J,
ItMtaA at 1A24 Kast Main, near 14th:'
large range already connected in kitch
en; only $17.60 per mouth. Call 111
ITevWTSoom's, m6dern .4. IMotf
ava. onlr 117: steady tenant
. j . . . ....
i;an ; jtutomaiia c-izse.
iwd-6T6R1r IiOlSEJ. KfOTAVILLAi -block
from ear. Telephone Main 4611.
Calj 135 Clay at. - - - ' "
FURNISHED ' ROOMS TO PARTIES .
without children, 650 B. Yamhill st.
5-room cottage furnished In elegant - '
style, with four lots, choice fruit ana -.
shrubbery. .1460 Oraxtd are 'N, Wood
lawn, $1) per month. i'
THE DUNN-LA WRENCH COV .
litU, First st - .
t"6R RfiN neW 7-ROOM IlflUBSi" -
furnished: 10 feet from car .track;
Flrland; only 126. Ill Allsky bldg. ;.
6-ROOM FURNISHED HOU8IO---HG5
grounda. eaat side; reasonable, 401
FOR RENT FLATS
JUST COMPLETED MODERN FLATS
of 7, 0 and 4 rooms: walking dlatanoe,,
100. feet south of 23d and WashlnKton
eta., Green ave., Cedar Hill.
FOR RENT STORES-OFFICES
FOR RENT TWO OROUND FLOOR
offlcea Front and Ankeny sts. AddIv
R T. Cox. Telephone Main 411.
A NICB.oFIflCB flUlt-. y6R RJ-1JT.
Madison bldg., td and Madison sta
DESK ROOM FOR RENT. 411 CULA-C
ber of Commerce.
HOUSES FOR RENT IHLJRNITUK-3
FOR SALS ' ,
THE YALE, 291 GRAND AVE.; FINE,
airy rooma; tree oatna; single or
suites: also for housekeeping; very reasonable.
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS, FURNISH
ed, central: gas. phone and large yard.
3i N. ii in st. pnone A-iaee,
rooms, with porch, kitchen.
i norcn. kitchen, gas. pain
and telephone, large yard, walking dis
tance. Phone Eaat 2670.
feuiTE (jf H6us.ikEi.pING kooMfl,
J A A AM V all llif IVf'f ffT 4i Jf i.VV-U"
lit month, also single rooma. 210
We pay" m6ri b"6r FLtRSfifORiL'
PORTLAND AUCTION ROOMS,
Main B6te. Ill 1st St.
IF tOU WANT TO SELL. SEE US.
Seoond Hand Palaca
paid for aecond-hand gooda
aera rnono Mam aon.
HIGHGEST PRICES PAID FOR ALL
kinds of. second-hand goods. Union
Exchange, 282 Front at Paclflo 1411.
bEFORMlTY APPLlAKCES MADE TO
order. K. El Karlson Co.. Ill An
keny at. Main 82B0.
WANTED FURNITURE AND HOUSE-
bold goods of every description
bought, sold and exchanged. The I,
til lsi Main 1174. Home A-II17
STENOGRAPHERS, BOTH MALE AND
female, good positions open with best
firms; no charge. Underwood Type
writer CO., OB em tn.
HELP WANTED AND SUPPLIED.
maie or remain, k. u. uraae,
Waahlngton st Paclflo 1170.
WANTED HOP PICKERS FOR
lance yards: long season: fine Picklnar:
fine camping ground, etc.: groceries at
city prices. Apply Andrew Kan St Co.,
287 Morrison at
HOPPICKERS WANTED PICK BY
Merlin Harding, Oeryals,
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE.
CIVIL ENGINEER YOUNG MAN DB
sires position as Instrument man or
draughtsman, who has had 5 years'
practical experience and I years In an
engineering college. Address Box
RELIABLE SINGLE MAN, EXPERI
enoed In the care of horses, carriages
lawn, etc., wants steady position: first
class references furnished. See Little,
BOOKKEEPER COMPETENT a
countant and office man: married:
ten veers' experience as bookkeeDer.
cashier and some experience extending
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
WORK BY DAT OR HOUR; NICE
places. E-465. journal.
EXPERIENCED DRESSMAKER WILL
make engagements in families, phone
SITUATION WANTED EXPERIENC
ed woman, chamber work. Capable
woman cook, hotel, restaurant Middle
aged woman houaekeeper, widower, fam
ily. 230 Yamhill. Main 6413.
WANted--situation BY MIDDLE-
BEFORE SELLING YOUR FUR
nlture. etc, phone East 1007 and save
cliff t, bivisicW T5WN; WaTci.
Wanted to buy a cheap team.
J. E. Hammond, at Grays Crossing;
take Mount Scott ear
WANTED GOOD FARli fd W6RI.
on shares; state full partlculara and
location. H. C. ScheUhous, 101$ Denver
$6,000 WORTH Sf FURNITURE
wanted at Western Salvage Co 027
Washington. Phone Paclflo 711. Homo
Wanted to lease a dairy with
16 to 40 cows. Address Vancouver
Real Estate Co.. 708 Washington st,
WILL BUY GOOD ENGLISH SETTER
dog. Apply H. m. Btemier, 170 6th.
FOR RENT ONE OR TWO FURNI8H
ed rooms in private family. Ill Jack
son, between 6th and 7th sts.
$11 t LARGE HOUSEKEEPING
rooms: ras nlata ateel ranaa lit 7th.
FURNISHED ANt5 UNFURNISHED
housekeeping suites, new brick, hot
and cold water; steam neat; Tree pains.
166 Lonsdale st. near Morrison at
t"OR RENT THREE UNFURNISHED
housekeeping rooms, with water; $8
per montn. can ib Mill st.
6 Mill st.
other rooma Call
A NICE h60SEKEEPlN(J feUltE F6R
A COMPLETE FUR NI SHED COTTAOE3
of I rooma halL bath. gas. eta. con
veniently "arranged, very reasonable la
rent and price: west side. George J.
Bchaefer, 117 Chamber of Commerce. ,
rim tTjRNiTtfRE ' 6f' A" ' saVfiSi:
room house, close in; rent $26. , Tha
Alexander Land Co. 01V. fiUtty near
FINE'; COMPLETELY FURNISHED
ziat; lata St.; aisnee: oeaaiotaes; taw
linen; silverware, ready to go right to
housekeeping: two rooms rented out
pays rent Commonwealth Trust Co."
6th and Ankeny. . J
FURNITURE OF 11-ROOM MODERN
- house; always full. 180 W. Park.
-TURNlTURB frOR' 4-R66M" HOl'fif.
for sale cheap; rent 120 tuonth. 411
Eaat Bumalde at . -1 ,
FOR BALE FURNITURE FOR EIGHT
rooms; terma Inquire 421 Stark.
FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS.
HALL AND BALLROOM. NEW WITH
modern conveniencea Phone Main I860,
LOCKSLET HALL SEASIDE, OIL DR.
P. t- Austin, proprietor, assisted by i- ,
A-Carlyla; rates from $12.60 per week up;
rates and reservations may be made now
with Dr. Austin, dentist. Raleigh bldg.
fcLIFFS, WASH.; DIVISION POINT;
watch for opening. ' ' . ,
SHELBURN HOTEL NICELY FUR
nisbed rooms; everything flrst-clasa
home cooking. . Mra T. P. Hoare, Sea
I Bw W11A 4, w. W w
rent 120 Grand ava Phone East .' Newport, Or- private boarding; home
4792. eooKing; rates on application, it. A.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOM; BATH. MCUOn"ft
gas. phone; private family; cioae in.
s iayior st,
kTRST fL66R W C6TfA6E, Ft)R-
nished lor housekeeping, I rooms,
woodshed, water and yard; rent $14
per month. Call 667 2nd st S. '
ROOMS AND BOARD.
YOUNG MEN IF YOU WANT FIRST
class room and board reasonable, all
conveniences, nice yard and porch, also
table board 14 ner week, rood borne
cooking, call at Aster . house, 7th and
Maaiaon sts. '
OSBORN HOTEL, CORNER GRAND
ave. ana hi. Asn; rurnianaa rooma sin
gle or.jla ulte, with or without board.
Room1 ai boAiib f6R f Wo" f 6UWd
ladles or men; modern, walking dis
tance, reasonable. -4 to. Morrison.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT.
THE RICHELIEU. 13 H N. 0TH ST.
Elegantly furnisbad; steam heat and
THE BUTLER, MODERN HOTEL,
furnlahed up-to-date; gas and elec
trio lichted. 400 U Waahlngton.
THE AVALOM Udf&U .rURNISi.1-1-
rooma, modern throughout cor.
tHB CURTIS. C6Rk'ER ilTI. AND
Commercial: over Dan-leer's clothing
store; good rdoms; central location;
transient trade solicited. Astoria, Or.
IlOl-ELOAK FIRST-CLASS FUR
nished rooms, eleotrlo light gas. bath
and phones; situated next to City park.
At n.b at
THE GRAND. 45 H N. 8D ST. ROOMS
for gentlemen. $1.15 per week and up.
THE NEWLAND HOUSE GOOD
rnoma. slna-la and en aulta: rood, clean
beds, electric lights; $1.26 to $3.60 per
week. soH 1st. fnone Mam trio,
aared lady In amall family.
HANSEN'S EMPLOYMENT OFFICB
SO N. 2d st Phone Main 1520.
PORTLAND EMPLOYMENT FFICB.
206- Morrison st.,.. Phone Paclflo 210
17 N. 2d st. ...... .'. .Phone Paclflo 1200
RED CROSS EMPLOYMENT C67
Loaaine: camp and farm help a spe
cialty, zo is. 8a st rnone Mam elite.
We pay all telegraph charges.
ACME EMPLOYMENT CO., FARM-
era' and loggers' help a specialty. 34
N. 2nd st.
St. Phone Main 0437
2nd st, 141 Davis
GIRL FOR DINING i ROOM WORK.
The.Marlyn. 66$ WaahDJrto4 at.-. . .
In The Journal jreach the people In the
great Oregon country at the right time.
,- Rates for Classified
' Conn, alt words to the Una)
One cent a word each Insertion,.. .
Mora than two Insertions, eenta per
Una each insertion. . By the week, to
eenta per lino 0 days).
FltRJtflSHED ROOM. SUITABLE- FOR
young lady, private family; $1 per
month. , Call evenings or Sunday, 267
THE ELSWORTH, 160 LOWNSDALE;
phone Main 0474; new brick, steam
V...I .1 1 n 1 1 o-V, i m a(nala anit .1 ,-iti Kl
one housekeeping suite. '
CLEAN 'AND NICELY FURNISHED
rooms and transient 96 lltb at,
OWEN APARTMENT; NICE FRONT
housekeeping rooms; reasonable rates.
LARGE COMFORTABLE FRONT
room ror two; breakfast and dinner;
home cooking: private; all conveniences;
reasonable; nice location. 262 N. 10th
at Phone paclflo 1407.
WANTED BOARD FOR FAMILY
with two little girls, in plain home;
will pay $60; parents .employed during
fl&V H.4BB Journal , I v- VIWIRw w,, .-- abuviu . via, v. iu ,
wIntedPwIcE T6 fe6Ab G-RLlfew?' ,b.-" Morrl-on., , Fiona
Jcurnlr"' entrU PErt f CU7, H""' I WILL GIVE INTEREST U .W3
Iiuusenuiu nwoasiuva. yaAivnivu, av -
use of $8,000 to start f-tory j immense
BUST THE WOOD COMBINE GET
your wood much cheaper. For par-
ttculars address M-458, Journal. .
Newspaper route of 400 pa-
pars In Portland for sale; can show a
gross profit Of $100 per month. Don't
answer unless you mean business. For
sale for best . offer. Address .. N-600,
Journal. "" -
FOR SALE STOCK OF DRY GOODS,
ladles' and gentaf furnishings and no
tions, situated In one of the best and
liveliest cities on the eoast; good brick
building and one-year lease; doing a
good business; will Invoice about $6,000;
would taks small farm or city lota for
part payment v Address E-455, Journal.
PLACER GOLD MINE A GILT-EDOll
proposition for investment - W. N.
Ruble. Welppe, Idaho. ...
MINING AND INDUSTRIAL STOCKS
and bonds bought 'and sold. Corre '
pondence invited. H. W. Donahue Sm
Co., (12 Buchanan bldg. Phona Mala
IF YOU WISH TO BUY OR SELL, 1e3
us. We aive you all references free)
of charge. C. S. Arnold ft Co., original
6NB R06k Wit H B6ARb; P&lVAtE
family; young man prererred; reason
able. II E. 18th st Phone B-1719.
NICELY FURNISHED, ALSO UNFUR
nlshed, rooms, single or en suite;
quiet and very suitable for single men:
reaaonabla The Kamm bldg., 1st and
t AND 8 ROOMS, 140
4-room flat 188 Market.
I NEWLY PAPERED ROOMS; TERMS
reasonable. 717 Vancouver ave.
TWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS 157
strictly modern new house; fine loca
tion, west side. Address T-463 Journal
FOR RENT HOUSES
VAN HORN TRANSFER FURNITURE
and pianos moved, stored or smppea.
WE RENT AND SELL PIANOS. 8HER
man. Clay St Co.
iron RENT TWO COTTAGES. NO. 146
and 149 16th st. between Hoyt and
Irving sts. Appiy next poor.
GO TO HEADQUARTERS FOR ROOMS,
FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED:
SAVE TIME AND EXPENSE. SUITE
12. 268 STARK ST. ,
TWO FURNISHED ROOMS, ALL CON
. venlences. 188 W. Perk at
TO" RENt NEWLY1 JFUftNlSHEb
rooms at No. 145, llthtst., near Alder.
A FURNISHED ROOM IN PRIVATE
family; suitable for one or two
gentlemen. 417 Third St.
TWO FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
mv-RfiOM HOUSE. MODERN:
First B. Portland; rent lit. inquire
388 Hamilton ave.
BIX -ROOM COTTAGE, 5 ROOMS TO
rent: part furnished, moaern; pnone
and water free; porcelain bath, gaa or
wood stove: 8 blocks from 6th-street
car. 866 Lincoln st.
tttf. IBB UUIVUIII Ok
NEW FOUR-ROOM COTTAGE ON IM
proved street, west side, $3,250; full
. J .. V. .... w .1 w.
of river; near t carllnes. N-464, Journal.
l-ROOM NEW MODERN COTTAGE.
Inquire at 488 i-ast 4tn st.
rooms, $8 per month.
pnone Mam 84. 3.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS WITH
all modorn conveniences, from 13 per
week and up. 800 Jefferson st '
LARGE vPLEASANT ROOM; FREE
bath and nhone. 60 U N. th.
TO LET NICE FURNISHED ROOMS;
walklnar distance. - 648 Hovt st.
C6RNER FCiRNIsriEb ROOiS. WITH
bath. . 80S Jefferson at; canyon roaa
car. .-'--t' ' ---
NEWIIALL, NEW BUILDING,
opened, running water in all rooma;
No advertisement taken
field ave. '
7- room house, Savier st.
8- room modern flat Williams ava.
Small 8-room house, $7 per month. '
6-room house, near Union ava
4 rooms, lower flat, Including water,
OTTO. CROCKETT & HARKSON,
133 1st st
Modern 7-room house, 260 dixon
st. near eteei nriage, witnin wanting
distance. Inquire on premises - or to
Sinnott A Slnnott, 635 Chamber of Com
6-ROOM COTTAGE F5r" "RejT iii
per month. 1111 E. 18th St. N.
walking distance, near car and school,
$8 per month; furniture of same for
sale, iiou. r-none laoor sos
SMALL 6-..60-- tidtTAGEi, WAtktN-J
dlstanca. rent 215. Tnnulra liirt
iOR RENT COk PLETELY"FtTftiSi.i
ea nve-room cottage; electrio lights
and bathv. tit Eaat 7th at. corner East
ww w - w v v wmii ii a v v a j g auimvuBej
sales; 260 per cent profit; absolute se
curity; return of money ' within .
months, guaranteed. - East 0200.
WE HAVB WHAT YOtf WANf . ' "
Rooming-houses, restaurants, hotels,
grocery stores, meat markets, real es
tate, business chanoes. Investments.
Western Realty Company, room 610,
286 Washington at, Buchanan bldg.
HOTEL AND ROADHOUSE TO LEA 6 HI
Old-established, with or without sa
loon; furnished; newly remodeled: $36:
also 7-room house and orchard. $10; and
4 flats. 18 rooms. $25; all on west aide. .
C. R Piggott. owner, lawyer. 4, 1 apd
0. Mulkey bldg. ..v..
t-OR sale-k Drug ' fe-rdRi. ' : W
Southern Oregon mining town; good
business; Invoice $2,500; two good doc
tors. For Information, writ Box 105,
Gold Hill. Oregon.
LUNCH AND CONFECTIONERY
store for eale; bargain. 374 First
PAINT AND WALL PAPER 6TOREJ
and shop; good business;- 1000. will
handle it Address N-465. journal, .
Mills -' ' -
Sawmill, capacity 10,000 feet per day.
almost new; donkey engine, $5,000
worth of orders now on hand; extra en
gine to run the planer; $12,000.
Double circular sawmill, planer and
matcher, logging engine, turbine water
wheel, abundance of timber: prloa for
mlU $2,000. . - - . : -
HiCNKLIfl 4 HARRISON. ; a"
117Ablngton bldg. '
IbaRgAIn FOR A FEW DAYS 1 kt46il
sell furniture and fixtures of Spring
field hotel, with lease on building, good
location and paying ? business: taood
private reason zor selling, Addrees box
175, Sprlngneld, Or., for prices and vaV
ticulara - - ,
kUSt SELL .A'lV 6NJC-3 ' BRiulIf",
' clean stock of cigars, confectionery,'
Ice cream, books and stationery, cheap;
good: stand) living rooms; low rent
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l... ., i'team heat; rooms $1.50 end p: cantrai. Harrison. . J ' ' '
tot less than phone" -East Mil. 401 East Washing- FINE HOME, 327 E. ilTII feTT
i v .-' lUu. at f. . . - I Farrlngton. tit Fenton bldg.
WILL SELL OR TRADE MY ; OHO
eery, ' good clean stock, doing a Una
cash business, good location; a money
maker for right party; about $1,600 re-
aulred. ' Owner D-485. Journal
FOR RENT GOOD STAND FOR RE . 3-
tauranti City Market block. 832 H.
WANTED-iaAR,l-CONFECTlO.V;i . t '
store; not to exceea ..; must cava
value; no agents. Q-488, Journal,
FOR -BALE OR EXCHANOE A i.o. -
lng bouse two blocks from t" v
T. M. C. A. building, that i
$220 a month, for lnirrovt r
In good location, for part, i .
value 5,000; owners omy- J
B-4'S, Journal .
FOR BAEe A WELL
newspaper in Oi:!; ' ',
$1,000; bulldln l i ' 1 ' ,
of aorta and tji A .. ,