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Tim ORECOIJ CUIJDAY JOURNAL'. PORTLAND, SUNDAY HORNING, 'AUGUST II. 1507.
San Trancisco Office
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can bava their mall sent la car of
Too Journal office, .
ARTHUR L. FISH,' Representative.
Notwithstanding the barometer con
' tlnuad to rise - over the north Paoino
states local rains fell In the Willamette
valley- ana the sound country and a
; mall amount of rain was reported tn
southeastern Idaho. Elsewhere fair
weather prevailed with slightly , higher
' Indication are for fair" and warmer
weather In thin district today, ;
.. f FORECASTS.
. Portland and vicinity Today fair
. and warmer: westerly winds.
Western Oregon and western Wash
ingtonToday, fair and. warmer, except
Beer coast; westerly winda, -
Eastern Oregon, eastern Washington
" And Idaho Today fair and warmer.
Maximum temperature, 67 degrees;
, minimum temperature 62 degreea.
River reading-, at 8 a. in., 1.0 fet
vahange In Uetl4 hours, 0.1 feet. .
Total, rainfall, t p. in. to I p. m- ,01
Inoh; total rainfall since September 1,
10I, 46. IS Inches; normal rainfall since
: September 1, 108,' 46.42 Inches; de
... floiency, 1.10 Inches.
Tot-rsunshlne yesterday, "hours, '41
mpavs; possible sunshine yesterday,
r hours, 27 minutes. ., -.;
Barometer (reduced to, sea level) at
p. m. yesterday. 10.12 Inches.
Abd -HACTS. TITLK-IN3UK-
ance or mortxase loans, call en Pacific
Title ft Trust Co.. 104-6-0-T Falling bldg.
OiCT YOUR , INSURANCE AND AlC
streets to real estate from the Title
Guarantee at Trust Co, 140 Washington
' at, cor. id. ........ . - .
BKKLLY CO.. 14TH AND KLANKSi
flour, feed. hay. grain. Pnouss A-Wll.
Pnrmo0U. i " r
LOST AND IOUaND.
FOUND A PLACE! TO HAVE HAIR
mattresses renovated and returned
aame day.. 121 Front St. Main 474.
Portland Curled-Ualr Factory. H. Mets-
Lo4t LlGTn'" RED HEIFER,; WHITE
stripe down DacK: rewara. mug-
tsd. Clackamas. Or. '
PARTY TAKTNU fcRACY.L-f HoM
W 1IIUUW Ul lUUIUJ UUii'iiua w.. - -
tree., pleas return to HeWna 6 U ward.
room alio, lourny wi'n-, rowing.
Lost-a APASsisPUra; t Willf W
body with lemon ears; return, the
same to 414 HaU and claim liberal re
fc-OUN'D BtftA? ItflD MILCH COW,
white spot forehead. 148 Front si.
Willi, lurrncnu. a i ci g
LOST IF PARTY TAKING "PACIFIC
Kaeer" bicycle, Thursday, from Pub
lic Library, returns same to Portland
Oun Store, 161 First St.; reward; no
q uestlons asked.
Lost at seaside, 'a chamois
skin bag containing several valuable
rings; finder please return to cashier
Journal; liberal reward.
LOST DAY MARE. WEIGHT ABOUT
1,100 pounds, Roman nose, black feet;
return to owner, James Hewitt. 071 K.
Gllsan and get reward. Phone East 1186.
WILL PARTYTvHO PICKED UP RED-
lined robe on Cully road last Sunday
below Padock's please phone Main 1241,
L. L. Hartley, 106 12th st, II; Jessie
E. Lucas, 21.
Arthur W. Chanoe, I1J Kate ft'Gr-
bam, 11. -
. Arthur I.. Jones, 184 E. Ird St., 27;
; Bybella. Tina Jones, 14.- -
Wilbur E. Evans, Trootdala, Or., It;
Alice K. Neely, 11. "
. Wedding Cards. W. Q. Bmtth ft Co.,
. Washington bldg., corner 4th and Wash
ington sts. ' -
' Wedding cards the best, 100 for. $5.
A'vn a. t-tawx. ne la st.
1 onset h ft Co.. florists, for flowers of
II Kinds. . Ill ftn at.
' ;' Clarke , Bros., Florist? Fine flow
7 and floral deslgna 280 Morrison st-
"' c Full dress suits for rent, all sixes.
' Unique Tailoring Co.. I0 Btark st .
MAX K. SMITH, FLORIST. 1(0 ITH
st, opposite Meier ft Frank a. Main
Till. - -. .
J. p. FlN"Lf & 6n'S. Id an maZI:
son sts. Office of county coroner.
mono Mam .
BUnnIno. " MENTES "A gILBXTJgu:
unaeriaxera ana tmoiratri; moaern
i ever- detail, sere:
410. Lady assistant.
Vk 'HftM&f oCiL PUNfiftAL M:
rector. East 11th and Umatilla, Phone
Bellwood Jdyco"l jp'fjXi PI
rectors, embalm rs, iVt Russell. East
,1011. Lady assistant.
fiDWARli JkOLiUN, UNDfillTAKliH:
220 Id at
ICSON tlNLERTAKlNG CO- AND
embalmlnc. 400 Alder sU Mala
1121. Lady assistant. '
RJVIR. VIEW 81.NGLJC ORAVEa,-10;
. family - lots. 10x11. for 1100, and
upwards, according to slsej the only
cemetery In Portland which perpetually
maintains, and , cares for Jots.' For
Information, apply to W. R. Mackensle,
' .Worcester block. W. M. Ladd. president.
"ROSE CITT SINGLE GRAVES. 110;
family lots, 121 Ho $71. Superintend-
ent at cemetery, comer of Fremont St.
and Cully road. Phone Tabor 200. For
full Information apply to Frank BchlegeL
- 102 Commercial bit. Phone Main 2821.
PROPOSALS FOR BUILIJINaB TO BE
ereoted at the Oregon institute, for
feeble minded. Including steam heating
plant, plumbing and electric wiring.1
Salera, Or., Aug. Jt, 1907. Sealed pro
posals, indorsed on the outslds of the
envelope, "Proposals for buildings for
the 'i Oregon 1 institution - for " Feeble
Minded, Salem, Oregon," and addressed
to S. A Koser, clerk of the board, will be
reoeived at .the secretary or state or-
ftrui itui, ranltol. Salem. Oreaon. until
1 o'eloclt n. in., of August 4, 1907. for
furnishing materials and labor required
tn ronnirurt and comDlete the following
buildings with electric lighting: Frame
administration building, frame dormi
tory, frame barn, brick laundry-building,
brick boiler house, steam heating
plant and. plumbing. In atrtct accordance
with plans, specifications and Instruc
tions to bidders, which may do examinea
at the secretary of state's office, capltol
building, and at the office of W. D.
Push Halem. ' Orec-on.
Bids submitted otherwise than on pro
posal sheet attached to each specifica
tion wui not oe wnip.
KOTIClll 6F STOCK HOLKRSMKEf-
- ING. I ' 'v , .
The underalsmed Incorcorators of the
Portland Country Club ft Live Stock
association, designs ted by a majority
of suoh Incorporators to open books and
receive subscriptions to the capital
stock of the corporation and to tlx
upon a time for a meeting of the sub
scribers to the stock of said corpora
tion, hereby call a meeting of the sub
scribers of the stock of the Portland
Country Club ft Live Stock association,
to be held at Commercial club rooms in
the city of Portland. Oregon, on Tues
day, ths 17th day of August, 107, at
the hour of four o'clock p. m.. for the
Surpose of electing not less than three
lrectors of said corporation, as the
stockholders - present shall determine,
the adoption of by-laws, and tor the
transaction of such other business as
may properly com before the meeting.
n Portland. Oregon. July 16th; 1907.
, O, A.1 WESTGATR, r
, - v ' jt'LIUS L. MEIER. ," .
. . .TOM. RICHARDSON,
HELP WANTED MALE
POSITION OPEN. OUTHIDP, OF PORT
land, for a well equipped dry goods
man, with city experience, for head or
department; a good place for one who
haa a thorough knowledge or orv goooe.
And who has bad some eperlence In
buying. Is able to write ads, dress win
dows, decorate the Interior and direct
help under hint. State former-employers;
mailer win oe .".
salary 1123 per month. M46i, Journal.
. HANSKN'S LADIES' AGENCT,
142V4 Washington at., corner 7th.
Man and wife, log camp, 1120; 1 cooks,
city, $50 and '!0; 1 cooks, country ho
tels, 140: Cook's helper for threshing
crew, 11. 10, fare paid; I waitresses, re
sort, 130; 1 waitress, hotel, 110; Lcham
bermald, hotel, 126; I waitresses, Aber
deen, 130; 1 waitress, camp, 36; I
waitresses, Idaho, 131 and board; I
waitresses, for beaoh, 116: waitresses
for city, fl to' 110 a week; chambermaid,-
125 to 40 a month; girl for
fruitstand, 11 a week; 1 housekeepers.
$1.50 per ccrd, timber yel
low flr, apply R. 306 Stearns
ll&Z., Portland, Oregon.
HAN-SEN'fl EUpLOYMEN-f AGENCY!
21 N. Second st, , 260 Burnslde.
rough carpenters, 4.40 per day I
rough painters, IS. 00 per day; planer
feeder, 12.60; blacksmith, 14.00; camp
cook, $76 to $86; 1 log R. R. forsmen,
13.60 to $4.00; 10 concrete laborers,
$2.76; . teamsters. $1.75; 4 tor
Wholesale packing-house, R. R. laborers,
$2.60 to $2.76 i lumber graders. $2 0;
extra gang foreman, $15; man and wife
for farm, $11; superintendent for farm.
WANtEfWSALESMEN; MAN MAklfi
$100 to 1160 per month) soms even
tnnrm- mtnt-it clean, rron ' on reserva
tion, far from old orchards; cash ad
vanced weekly) choice or territory. -
dress Washington Nursery Co Tep-
II I". SIXTH ST PORTLAND. OR. '
Free employment to ail: boarders' rates
$1.60 per week; room, 26o and up; spe
cial monthly rates given. Anderson.
proprietor. ' . '
OPPORTUNITIES TO ADVANCE IN
the government service. Positions for
Ry. mall clerk, let;, carrier, etc. Let us
prepare you for exam. Call or write.
Pao. States Schools. 611 McKay blag
BiULed' B'ibd WILL bbrecbiveC
by the Clerk of the County Court of
Multnomah County up to II o'clock
noon. August list, 1107, for the erection
of a two-story frame Detention Home st
Center Addition, for- the boys and girls
of the Juvenile Court. Bids will be re
oeived either separately for each branch
of the work, or complete for tha entire
building. Plana can be viewed art the
office of the architects, Bennes-Hend-rlcks
ft Tobey, 7 Labba Bldg., or at tha
ffp of the Clerk of the County Conrt.
bv tha 1
For fraternal orders.
' Webfoot Camp No. 16,
Woodmen of the World,
starts v sn educational
. contest In which ths
members and their chil
dren alone will be al
lowed to nartlclDAta. The
camo haa always been
progressive and now uaa a membership
or over t.iav ana among tnis -targe
membership are some of tha leading
professional and business man of ths
city and stats, t -----r-
. WEBFOOT CAMP NO. It, ' r
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD. ,
FREE CONTEST FOR BUSINESS
'. i- Open to any daughter orison, broth
er or sister of a member of Webfoot
k Camp No. 16, between , tha age of 15
- and 20 years Inclusive. -
Contest to commence Aug I, 1107,
'' Closing of contest to be announced lat-
' ,'"' HOW TO ENTER CONTEST. '
v finit name - and address to Dr. H.
JT. Harris, Room V Washington bldg.
HOW. TO GET VOTES AND VOTE
rwsV. for aaarr meetins' a member of
. Webfoot camp attends, five votes will
' be allowed him In the contest,' and for
each 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 votea
AH votes must be cast each Friday
night at tha session of Webfoot Camp
No. IS, ' All names of prospective can
didates for membership must bo certi
fied to by at least one Woodman In
' good 'standing Any friend of the ir
3er will be allowed to pressnt names
or application when properly signed by
a neighbor In good standing and may
vote such votes for any candidate (hey
may choose. .
SCHOLARSHIPS AND AWARDS.
First prise, full course, $100: second
' prise, nine months' course,. $71. In
cluding diplomas, 'Winners of either
contest to aelect one of the following
colleges: Portland Business college,
. Holmes Business college, Behnke-Walk-
- r college.
. DR. H. J. HARRIS, h
- - DR. E. L. CARTER.
A. Lt BARBUR,
;i ' Awarding Committee.
Application fea for joining Webfoot
Camp, $3.00; Including certificate fees
, and medical examination.
:. ,"" : l. DONT FORGE'T. -
To all neighbors of Qeorge Washing
ton camp. 21. W. O. W., you are re
Juested to attend camp meeting next
'uesdaf and bring all your gentleman
rlends. Let's have a good, old fash
ioned meeting. There will be a good
program and rerref:nments. iwni lor
nt. n. a. ri"'i'vii. , in n,
citir.rn rtds will be
undersigned at tne counnouse,
Oraa-on. until 11 o'clock noon
on Wednesday, August 28. 1907, for Im
provements and alterations to be mads
am 4h. MniinAmKh Anuntv armnrr build
ing s 10th and Couoh sts., Portland.
Oregon. Plans and specifications for
the proposed Improvements and alera
tlona can be seen at the offlos of the
architect, Richard Martin Jr . Dekum
building, Portland, Oregon.
The county reserves the right to re
jeot any and all blds. . ;
' F. D. FIELDS '-
County Clerk. Multnomah County. Or. ;
TEACHfcRS' "EXAMINATIONS NO-
tioe Is hereby given that the county su
perintendent of Multnomsh county will
hold ths regular examination of appli
cants for stats snd county papers at the
Ladd school. West Park and Madison
streets, commencing Wednesday, August
14th. A complete program furnished
on request Applicants writing here for
otner counties snouia secure wru.ii
consent of the superintendent of the
county where employed. R- F. Robin
son, county school snperlntendent.
NOTICE BAGGAGE BELONGING TO
L. Sakon and George Htllstrom. held
by the Hotel West ss security, will be
sold on or about September U X107,
t public auction.
. cashiers, clerks. Kegistrauon oureau.
aox Allskv hldv. -
WIDE AWAKE.' ENERGETIO MEN
wanted on good salary and commis
sion for city and traveling. Referenoes
required. 107 Couch bldg.
j. & GOVERNMENT SERVICE MEN
wanted at once to quaury tor iau
sxamlnatlona Call today. Information
free. West Coast schools. Ill Oregon-
lan bldr. Onen tonlrht.
waNted-man- to CLtiiAft Land.
Apply Fred Hoecker, room 401 Cham
ber or commerce.
WANtED-B6V 6Ver 'i4 Years 6
age to learn some traae. iti 1st.
VANfED A MAN OF EXCEPTIONAL
Ulng ability by leading firm) high.
grade advertising, insurance or
man can obtain fine position
compensation. Reply, giving
lnit nhona W-444. Journal.
WANTED TWO HIGH-GRADE
rsalesmea'by big corporation; must
be clean-cut and foroeful; good pay. Ap
ply by letter, giving phono number or
residence. X-414. Journal.
DELIVERY MAN FOR
Jones market. 111
J. F. Fish
tlKM AND ROTS WANTED. LEARN
plumbing, plastering, bricklaying; also
sneei metai pattern orausntina; posi
tions secured: day and nlsht classes:
ft-ee catalogue; visitors welcome. Coyne
Trade ecnoois, nan irancisco.
to prepare ror u.
AND 46, At ONCH
B. LETTER CAR-
corner E. Pins and Grand ave. meets
- svery Tuesds- night. .Phone East 0279.
Hrvf. a. kVkkgreen camp, .4I
j meets Wednesday evening.. , Allsky
bldg.. Id and Morrison sts.
JlwTaTre5on pWZra camp no.
1.975. Mondays, 7th and Marshall.
viA f At.- A I n MirtfTa
second Ind fourth, Tuesdays, at Drew
INVENTIONS BOUGHT AND SOLD. 1
I Covenant Contract Cos ll Fllednec
; . t1dg. Main ll. ' T
TrCTENrnriTH-KSi f6 jicwtLbuu:
snd opticians. I4 Washington st
XT&STlriFTUiH LIRRARf. 131
gt books loaned at I oents the day
HELP WANTED MALE
GOOD PAT MEN WANTED EVERT
. where to tack signs, distribute cir
culars, samples, etc no canvassing. Ma
tlonal District Bureau, imcago, in.
tionai uistrict nureau. t-nicaso. m.
Wanted touno man, assistant
WnM.l.l...aue. a.J aw am na M nh ekes whnlfta
ul hardware; atata salary, axparlanoa
BTIvl rflgrwi'w, jvt w q t ervui iwii
A CC-MPETfcNT"" ttPEWRITER, BOOK.
keeper and office man; must bo a
neat penman; good salary. Address In
C 1 I . I . ir .,,4 I..IH.I
own nanuwnmn. rw.-. v . ,
BOY FOR DELIVERY, 3 PER WEEK.
Lovejoy ft Lincoln, bookbinders. 111
WANTED ' W6VEN WTCT UaT-
tress weaver; permanent position.
Oregon Furnltura Mig. Co., 1214 Mao-
WANTEb tNtELLl6ENt ' VOUNQ
men to prepare ror railway teiegrapn
service. Passes furnished from school
to positions when competent Oregon
Collese. 401 Commonwealth Bldg.
WANTED EXPERIENCED SHOE
Salesman: apply at onoe.. Korrect
Shape Shoe Btore. 291 Morrison street.
ences to orive express rig on snares.
WANTED AN APPRENTICE IN THE
drafting room of the Willamette Irou
ft Steel Worke. Inoulre at orrlce.
Waited mechanWal draughtb-
man. must be first-class. . C-484, jour
WaMTED BALttSMF.rj AND'ftoLtCi:
tors ror best protosition ever mnae to
both Sgent and public; 160 to $71 per
week easily maae; ao not overinox tma
Call after 7 p. m. Hiw ttcciaentai notei,
1st and Morrison, room n. t ivramer.
HtlS'rLERS EVKRlf WHERE. $25
$30 made weekly distributing clrou-
lara. samples; no canvassing; steady,
V A NTED A BO FOR WORK IN LI-
brary. Apply publio library, 7th and
uinctc FOR HOLIDAY LINE. THE
best iiliimrn we can set: give full
experience and reference. , Address
Salesmen everywhere to selL
our ice crushers to saioonists, soaa
fountalnlsta. confectioners. Ice cream
manufacturers, etc; side line; good com
mission. Davenport Ice Chipping Ma
chine Co.. Davennert. Is.
ELKCTRTcAL"' HiiH INKER YOUNG
man. II years of sse, with college
training and three-years' practical elec
trical engineering experience in opera
tion, construction, and correspondent ca
pacity, eeekfr position in western states
with some electric railroad company;
excellent references. Address T-6226
Hapgoods, 111$ Park bldg., Pittsburgh,
WANTED EVERYWHERE" In!f
lers to tack signs, distribute circulars,
samples, etc.; no canvassing; good pay.
Bun Advertising Bureau, Chicago, . ,
RIERS AND CLERKS In Portland Post-
offlce; special examination 'August i.
LIFE POSITIONS. Sss ns today. , West
Coast Schools, 111 Orcgonlaa bldg. Open
ADVERTISING SOLICITORS. PRlNT
ers, pressmen, llnotypers wanted, fur
nished. Northwest Newspaper Broker-
age, oooqnougn oia
WAtTRESHK.aV'glTT."1 HOOP RIVER:
Walla Walla, Pe Eli (also cook, 136,
fare);, chambermaids: city, t Mineral
Springs: domestics, aooks, dishwashers
(Camas); men; cooks, dishwashers (2
coast, 40, 125), milker. Everybody
call. "Drake's,"! 106 H Washington.
Both telephones. Sunday, 11 to 11.
WanTed LadIes to: Learn" thiS
simplest, easiest oulckest and least
labor in washing. It aaves clothing and
wiuinry uuis. viot.niaa win wear long
er, for It will not injure tha finest
fabric. Full Instructions sent to any
address on receipt of one dollar. W.
V. Pumpbrey, 1027 Chestnut st, Oak
Laundry help Wanted No BX-
perlenee required; good wages; steady
f oal Hon. Troy Laundry Co 101 E. Wt.
WANTE& CHOfidLATfl DlPPHRS.
YOU CAN EARN FROM $1,000 TO
$10,000 a year and expnnse ss a trav
eling salesman. We prepare young
by mall snii secure them positions with
m aa; , ... na.,tf.iii.ri tn.
day. Address National falesmans
T..I.I.. A ....I.Mnn Unit. Ibl) H('M T-
rltt block, Kansas City, Mo. .
Mr"N UK AlUUii TO BliA.".
Exceptional chance to right party. 125
Lumber Exchange, Portland, Or.
ness similar to real eetate; salary.
102 8 wet land bldg.. flunoay. 10 to 12.
WANTED THOROUGHLY COMPE-
tent ana rename nursery mmuau .
ins niiior xiuui wuour, wvu". -
Hood River country, Oregon; exclusive
1 a. ..lie4t Vi
vi c, i r
Ints Wanted-caM V60 beLL
. gooaar IT so wa neea jt; romni
outfit free; cash weekly. Write for
choice of territory. Capital City Nur
aery company, Salem. Or.
BOMETHINtJTiEW IN IIIGH-GRADlfl
perfumee; price very , low; supply
limited. R, M. Plummer, at drug store.
ISO Id st
AdiiNTS MAkd M Per Cent ProB1-
It selling "Novelty Sign t-aras-; mer
chants buy 10 to 100 on sight; 100 va
rieties; catalog free. Sullivan Co 401
W. Van Buren St.. Chicago, 111. ' .-
cream dippers snd packers.
Candy Co., loth and Gllsan sts. ' -
WANTED COMPETENT WOMAN
for cook and downstairs work; ao
washing: family of three, Apply at onoe
to 783 Flanders at
WANTED WOMAN" "K)R WlfiniN3
and nousekeeping. 147 upahur, near
GIRLS WANTED OPERAtORS TO
work on shirts and overalls. Lessons
given to Inexperienced. Apply at Stand
ard factory No. 1, Grand ava, and East
Taylor st . '
HANSEN'S LlDlEfl' AGENCT
Washington st, corner Seventh, op-
stairs, rnona Main ion, ,jtsmaio neip
girLs Waited Ipply standard
factory NO. x, uraaa ave. and aast
Taylor st" - . .;'
HELP WANf-D-UKl&N: LlliNDRV
Wanted-qIrLb to klKfl tflt2
, Well shirts and Boss of All overalls
MAtfJlvE WOMAN AS ASSlSf ANf TO
WXnted-a parti1 wtio 13 LooK-
Ing for a modern T-room bungalow)
good location; fine lawn; best car a.rv-
ico in city; smaii payment oown.
anoe game aa rent Homo Land Co
146 H First
tuV. mnnaarsment Sent
nee. Address M-411, Journal.
cashiers, clerks. Registration bureau.
ink Allskv hide-.
Wanted Y6WQ1 LaIe3 f6
laarn telenhone ODeratina: good salary
hnrt . hnura mf while learnlna. luncheon
served free of charge and lounging and
rest rooms In connection. Apply chief
operator, Telephone building, wt
anri Alder sts.
Wanted competent girl for
Call 181 E. 11th,
Ironers. 11.26 per day: experlenced
mangle girls. $11 per week, write Wav
Iaundrr Co.. Wallace, Idaho.
WANTED CHAMBER MAID; GOOD'
,m. Bauer Hotel. Ith and Gllsan.
Wanted an experienced head
waitress; also a regular waitress.
Hobart-Curtis, iu lein st.
FIRST - CLA68 BOOKKBEPBR
wanted with good references.
Areas K-481. JournaL
WANTED EXPER1-NCED BABY
nurse. Apply sa once. 281 24th st, N.
woman" to help In kitchen;
rail Tavlor. .Restaurant
girls 6f U t6 bo LIght WorK
at Portland Cigar Box factory J good
wages. 4ays rJ. a st.
T.AnTF.a-i every BaT aT HoMB
stamped envelope for particulars. Lv-
dles' Aid, Durham, Conn.
GIRLS WANTED GOOD WAGES FOR
competent neip; sieaux empiuymi.
Tnrllnnrt Paner Bot CO.. 201 Oak St
Lady agents' to sell perfumes
and toilet articles, aireci w. bumuiuw,
girL for general lifil'SEWwRii
Live salesmen" WanTIno bEbT
of sidelines address Paclflo Coast Post
Card Co, 101 Exchange bldg, Seattle,
WANfEb COMPETENT Creamery
man for city; salary. C-405, Journal.
EXI'ERIENCED FRAME MAKER AND
bench band, Portland Sash ft Poor
Co., E. Taylor and Union ave.
ASSISTANT MALE STENOGRAPHER
In wholesale bouse; good onanoa lor
advancement; stats age and, salary ex-
ted. Address A-45S, journal.
Anoly 496 Washington.
FOR AN OLD
manufacturer: staple, well-advertised
Una of food products, etc; $160 to $210
per month ' and expenses; wanted at
once, good salesman for Oregon. B. K.
McGulre, sales manager, Detroit, t ion.
WANfE- y6uNg men t6"pAe:
para by mall for positions as travel
ing salesmen; experience unnecessary;
salaries $100 to $260 a month and ex
penses; positions guaranteed with reli
able firms: writs for particulars today.
Address National Salesman's Training
association, suits 160 Soarrltt block,
Kansas City, Mo,
WANTED YOUNG MEN WITH ABIL
Ity to sell goods for positions aa trav
eling salesmen In various lines; experi
ence unnecessary; salaries 1100 to 1150
a month and expenses. Write for per
tlmilars today. Address A-46, Journal.
must bo good cook; bo washing. - Apr
zs in. tn st ;
MALE AND FEMALE HELP.
nan & -, vvv - ,w,j..w -
pick 124 acree of hops; big crop; larg
est ana ueet wimyi i bwjmu w,w
gon; all on trellis wire; perfect accom-
uiwu.vHv, a j - . - -
er shop, barber shop, dancing pavilion.
60x160 feet; telephone, nhyslolan, beau
tiful camping ground, I acres bathing
pool, restaurant, uiv,wwup a,u
pounds. Reduced excursion rates on our
SpeClBjA train. wr u(UJ.r yni l i v j tua i a
apply to Krebs - Bros-, 171 Stark st.
Portland, ' Or. on or after August IT
hone Main 1110. Home A-I16I.
BTENOGRAPHEks. BOTH MALE AND
female, good positions open with best
firms; no charge. Underwood Typo
writer Co.. II th at. -
help . Wanted and supplied.
mala or female. R. u. uraaa, iutt
Waeh in gton st Pacific ins.
WANTED HOP PICKERS FOR
larre yards: long season: Una picking;
fine camping ground, etc.; groceries at
city prices. - Apply Andrew Kan ft Cos.
18T Morrison st.
b6PPICKERfl WILTED PICK ' BY"
measure. , Merlin Harding. Geryais,
HELP WANTED FEMALE
WANTED WOMAN TO ASSIST IN
tailor repair ftiop. ran Uoer st.
BUSINESS WOMAN WITH STRONG
personality, good health and selling
rowers required. One who can leave
he city preferred. N-412, Journal
WANTED SCHOOLGIRL TQ HELP
with housework; wages. Phono . E
1235. 801 Clackamas.
WANTED COMPEtENT GIRL - FO.
general housework. . Call 111 B, llth,
Phone East 1688. ' ".
Wanted girl who desirjes a
good position In housework. Small
Jiouss; only two In family and no wasti
ng: moderata wages. Home phono B
Wanted good uirl for gener-
al housework: small family.
Wanted Y6LN'g' Ladies to pr-
' pars for commercial telegraph posi
tions. Good wsges when competent.
Oregon College, . 404, iCommonwealth
Bldg. " -r
Wanted ' Keat; respectable
woman. und? 15. as housekeeper on
fruit ranch. Yamhill. Main 6411.
GIRL TO SKLlI.AND. .ATTEND IN
ladies' tailoring Vlaoe. , J. K. Starr, 421
Washington, f "
Wanted a gIrL" for general
housework. 1064 , Hawthorne ava,
Phone Tahor 412.
125 First st.
F. EL Beach ft Co.,
PRE89ER 6n' La5i'ES: SKIRTS;
steady work; $11 per week to begin
with; -must understand tailoring. Can
call Sunday. " 4 20 Washington.
VATRfwOkSTfRST CLASS 8EAM-
stress and twd apprentices to learn
aressmaxing, smnii waaaa ivj
Arpir apartment I Sheffleld, 7th and
rnTKa-6N iA bACH tiff to m
troduce our new toilet specialty; ex
perience not necessary; work can be
done In spare time; our balm outsells all
others; ladies bes? for ft: write for out
tit; terms free. Address Vslvst Balm
Co.. Newsrk, New Jersey.
WaNTE1 GIRLS IN IRONING ROOM
st Psclfln Lsnnrtrr.1 281 Arthur st.
A OlRL FOR
work; 4 In family.
4, . '
girL for Lining room work.
Tha Marlya, 161 Waabinctoa st
K ' 1
SITUATIONS WANTED MALEL
PIVTT. KNdTNEER TOUNO MAN DE-
stres position aa Instrument man or
draughtsman, wno naa naa s years
practical experience and I year in aa
engineering soUege. - Address Box
fer.r.iAHt.E SIN'GLfe MAN. kxPRl
noe in tha care of horses, carriages.
lawn, siu., want a wu uvaiviun, . i v
class reierences rurnisnea. o.e xdtue.
BOOKKEEPER COMPETENT Ac
countant and office man; married;
tan vaara - exDarlenoe as bookkeeper.
cashier and soma experience extending
Jredlts: wants to make change. A-441,
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
WORK BY DAY OR HOURj . NICE
I places. B-408. journal.
EXPERIENCED DRESSMAKER WILL
maae enKasewenta iu iuuuwA u.a
SITUATION1 WANf E EXPERiEiJO-
ed woman, chamber work, capable
. 1 . .. H Wt . ' A I .1 .1 1
WOman QUVK, Uwi' ,wa.aw.-... A.A.UU. -
aged woman houaekeeper, widower, fam
ily, laOTs lamnni. jwain ,ni.
Wanted 8iTUAfI6N by middTIR-
W ANT ED AGENTS
WANTED REAL ESTATE
PROPERTY WANTED. ' ; '
entamher will he a lively real aetata
month; If you have property for .sale
FUINISHED ROOMS I OH RENT.
FURNISHED ROOMS PLEASANT
room In modern private home either
one , or two; parlor and plauo, Alain
4118. s j
STEAM HEATED ROOMS, HOT AND
cold water at all times In tub. ami
shower bath; I minutes from postof
flce; single room 111, doubls rooms 118.
120. Flat I. 484 Morrison, corner 16th.
FURNISHED. FIRST FLOOR; BATli
and f urnaca tu. lawn, nhone.
VOR RENf W6 'NICELY FTtfT
' nlshed housekeeping rooms, large
Sard; close In, 111. 4 01 R Ash, near
rand ave.; rooms vacant Monday.
TWO LARGE, NICELY FURNISHED
parlor rooms, single or en suite; lower
floor; all modern conveniences. Ill
14th St., cor. Yamhill,
TwTNTceY" BURNISHED ROOMS AT
124 Salmon St., 1 blocks of postofflce.
FOR RENT TWO FURNISH eB
rooms for light housekeeping; no cbll
dren. t E. 1th st Phone B 1241.
FURBISHED FRONT ROOM F6fl
rent 10i B. llth St. Phone B 1182
THREE HOUSEKEEPING ROO.l
lower; I housekeeping rooms, upper
floor; reasonable; all modern eonven-
lences. 631 Johnson.
f WO FURNISHED . HOUSEKEEPING
rooms In cottage; bath, gas, phone,
nice yard. 681 Morrison st
. T.s n i . i , '
hot an.i cld . ;
;ad em! 1 ... .
only 118 per n.".'4i Phmia rst F t-
fi(MR!f Fc.i-.t- i Xi'Aici .. . . :
for rent, unturnisiieo. inyuue
EOlTRffAK-ft CA'.C XTTZClAUr
Goitre, called b! ni'k, permanently
removed.' Cancers cured without e knits.
Asthma, nervous and chronic dlsess a
specialty Ir. Vo.r 1 I ' .st st.
LARGE, MOM:KM 0-I'OJ.I HOI
a in. i-'ast Main, near 84th;
large range already connected in kitch
en; only 127.60 per mouth, tall 111
fiEVElOiOO'.NlS.'Mur.KKN. 141 UNIOtf
ava. only 117: steady tensnt Phoas
East 1893: Automatic C-12S4
TWOSTORY HO US 12. MONTAVILLA;
block from car. Teiepnous ian itti,
Call 135 Clay st.
FOB RENT HOtSEKEEFINO.
get it on our books right away and we I ton st. TJ ear.
win turn it into easn. we n morw
$1.11 WEEK UP CLEAN. FURNISHED
housekeeping-rooms, ; parlor, bath,
laundry, furnace heat. yard. lOlVs Sun-
Inquiries for home properties than any
other real estate offloo tn Portland. Ouf
exoellent ground floor location on Stark
at maxes wis posaiDie.. 'm
TJ0 UrAXN 1 oim tuarjutii
ITU pjtarx st.
11.80 Week: -P-Lar-e -L-aN
furnished housekeeping-rooms, laun
dry and bath, 114 Sherman at, south,
Portland. '" t ' " .
and transient rooms, reaaonaoie.. iu
and Flandera sts.
WANTED TO BORROW $550 PRIV
ate money; gilt-edged reel estate se
curity.. Address M-4M, Journal.
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED TO RENT HOUSES. COT-
tagea, fiats, stores, oiiiees, rooming-
. Aiaaaioraa wm a. wu vi
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY OF
Phono Ex. Tl. 8. E. Cor.' Id and Oak.
WANTED PLACE TO BOARD LIT-
tie girl aged years ia nice noma.
Address T-464, Journal. .
WANTED TO RENT, AFTER OCTO-
ber 1, 1107, modern 4 or 7-roora house
or bungalow, furnished or unfurnished,
in good, neighborhood; no ohlldren, only i
people. Call or write to J. A. Bloch,
secretary German-American bank.
5-ROOM COTTAGE: MODERN; WEST
aide: close In. D-4t, journaL
Wanted b Refined young
lady, board la private family ;jnuat
be reasonable: references; phono num
ber. M-428, Journal.
Wanted-4 or t-R66i -6ftG
by good tenant; must oe stricuy moa
n: give . full ' partloulara ..D-461,
Wanted FtfRNisHED house.
about your rooms ; in gooa location,
not too far out: must be In good con
dition and reasonable; two adults and
child 1 year old. -4i, journal.
WE WILL BUY YOUR HOUSEHOLD
goods and guarantee pest prices, call,
?hone or write. S. J. ft L. Rubenatein,
75 Front st, opposite National hotel
Cash for 'riou&EHoLb o66ts. ba V
age ft Pennell, 146-147 1st at Phon
We pa m6r 'fYr F.ftts'ifuR-l
' FUHTLaNU AUtllUn ItoOlD,
Main 1866. Ill 1st St.
. VAtl WANT f6 SELL. B-BU-.
eoond Hsnd Palaoa. Highest prtose
Said for second-hand gooda, 111 Flan
era Phone Main 1818.
HIGHGEST PRICES PAID FOR ALL
kinds of. second-hand goods. Union
Bxchanre, III Front st Pacific 1411.
Lf0rm1TY APPLIAl.'CES MADE TO
order. K. El. Karlson ft Co, ill AO
keny st. Main 1280. .
Wanted furnitUrH ANDfa6us
hold goods of every description
la i a Hu irk
III 1st Main 1174. Home A-2217
BEFORE SELLING YOUR " FUH
nltura, etc, phono East 1017 and save
cliff-, biViBlON1 TOWN"; , WITCH
Wanted t6 BtJ. a cheap teaW.
J. E. Hammond, at Grays Crossing;
take Mount Scott ear.
WANTED 66D FARil'
FURNISHED ROOMS TO.PARTIsa
without children. 650 u, isainiu ei.
room cottage furnished In elegant
style, with four lots, choice fruit and
shrubbery. . 1460 Orad ave N, Wood
la wa. 122 per month.
THE DUNN-LA WKBiNta .
- 144 First st.
FOR ' RfiWV NEV7?-ndOM IIOUbL-,;
furnished: IS feet xrom car . traoaj
Flrland: only 111. 211 Allsky bldg.
1-ROOM FURNISHED HOUSE. LAw m
crounds. eaat aide; reaaonaoie. ui
Marguerite ave. -
V5Tm-wir.tf.KR. iibu, RNO XVE.:
nrst-class rurnisnea . nouseaeepina
rooms, electric light and gas; tree tele
phone and bathj 1
LaRG- LiGHT.'Ni.ELf Ft'RMiSH-SC
housekeeping suites: gas range; run
wstar. 101 U Alder st
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS OAd
stove, bath. Phone. Main 10IL
K lllh at.
and bath. 482 E. Washington st -
tMALL HOUSEKEEPING SUITE WITH
two and three-room
furnished for housekeeping.
two and three-room suites, completely
FURNISHED SUITES FOR HOU8B-
katnln. and I alnale rooma furnished
for housekeeping; $2.25 to 11.71 per
week. 172 E. oag. ast 43.
X" NKWLY' itRNISHED. LeLaGHT.
ful room on first floor; hot and cold
running water; all modern sonvenlencee;
most tiestrsDis neixnoornooo ia viij,
reasonable rent Call Main nil.
In 1(1 YlI.R 201 U ORANDAVE.I FINE.
airy rooma; iree Dams; sins' or
suites; also for housekeeping; very
- . . . . .......... nvKD l.-ITTI VTIDtT
I N. llth st phone A-1800.
Phone East 2670.
rooma, who. porcn, aitcnen, ga
and telephone, large yard, walk!
tance. Phone East 2570.
kulTtf OF HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS
111 month, also slcgis rooma, .
FOR RENT ON'BJ 6k TW6 FtJRNiSff-
eA rooms in crlvate family.
son. between 8th and Tth ate.
, ' A M . L. . JA V.. M
111 I - LAHua; ituubii. ccrinu
h. nl.t. aaal nan S11 1th.
FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED
housekeeping suites, new brick, hot
and cold water; steam neat; tree oaine,
188 Lonsdale st. near Morrison st
VriR RUNT THItEB UNFURNISHED"
. housekeeping rooms, with water; $1
per month. Call 186 Mill st "
TWO HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS, 19
18b Mill st.
and other rooms. . Call
MODERN II' I
Similes, inrxa y..i"
til 4, & KuBl V ...
romns, gas, I.hui
:.t ;...'.. . i
". 7 . ' ;.v A 1,1. I
1 s 'i I i -
l.i '"-I t- -V, 1
. 11 SlitvC i
FOR RENT FLATS
JUST COMPLETED MODERN FLATS
of 7, t and 4 rooms: waiaing oistanoe,.
100. feet south of 28d and Washington
sts.. Green ave., Cedar Hilt . '
FOH RENT STORES-OFFICES
FOR RENT TWO GROUND FLOOR
offices. Front and Anxeny sts. Appir
R. T. Cox. Telephone Main 411.
nice, office suite for r:;t.
Madison bldg.. Id and Madison sts.
LESK ROOM FOR RENT. 411 CIAX-
ber of Commerce
HOUSES FOR RENT FUKNITURJ
FOR SAIaH l
X COMPLETE FURNISHED COTTAOB
of I rooms, hsiL bath, gas, eta, oon
venlently "arranged, very reasonable la
rent and price: west siae. ueorga
Bchsefer, I1T Chamber of Commerce,
fillj FURNITURE OF X! BUVFN-
room house, cioee in; rent o. in.
Alexander Land Co, II Vi Sixth, near
FINE COMPLETELY FURNISHED
flat; llth at; dlshee: bedolothee; table
linen; silverware, ready to go right to
housekeeping; two rooms rented out
pays rent Commonwealth Trust Co.,
Ith and Ankeny. '
FURNITURE OF 11-KOO.M MUUiutLH
- hnuas! alwavs roll. 188 W. Park.
FUSniturb for i-room iious
for sale cheap; rent $20 month. 411
East Burnslde st
FOR SALE FURNITURE FOR EIGHT
rooms; terms, inquire saa piara. .
FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS.
HALL AND BALLROOM. NEW WITH
modem convenlencea Phone Main 1188.
. SUMMER RESOHTS
A NICE H6BflgKEgPiNd rSft. fc6R
rent , 121 Grand ava Phono East
nIceLY fUrnhed RdbM";' " IbatIC
gas. phone; private family; olose In.
ess Tayior st,
FIRST" FLoOft" 69 cOTfAOE; P-R-nlshsd
for housekeeping, I rooms,
woodshed, water and yard; rent lit
per month. Call 667 2nd st S. "
ROOMS j AND HOARD.
on shares: state full partloulara and
location. H. C, BoheUhoua, 1011 Denver
$T000 WORTH OF FURNITURE
wanted at Westsrn Salvage Co., 127
Washington, Phono Paolflo 711, Horn
Wanted to Lbasb-a bAlftf WITH
15 to 40 cows. Address Vancouver
Real Estate Co., f 01 Washington at,
Vancouver, Wash. - -
WiLL Jftuf good tlN"6LA8fat feEtffca
dog. Apply H. E Stemler, 170 tth.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT.
THE RICHELIEU, II H N. ITH BTv-
ElsganUy furnished; steam heal and
hatha - .
fHB BUTLER, MODERN HOTEL,
furnished up-to-date; gas and eleo-
trlo lighted. 401V1 waehington,
the aVaLoU faoTfiL. fLrni-P
rooms, modern throughout. Cor. llth
snd Washington, -
tHd C.RT18. CORKER 11TH aK'P
Commercial; over Danmlger's clothing
store; good rooms; central location;
transient trade solicited. Astoria, Or.
HoteL 6ak f!rST-CLa fR-
nlshed rooms, sleotrto light, gas, bath
and phones situated next to City park.
147 Oak- st.
N. ID ST. ROOMS
per weeg snd up.
THE GRASlD. 46 H N.
for e-entlemen. 11.11
Thd newLaNd Ho.se g66d
rooms, single aim an .u.i., uawu
beds, electric lights; $1.11 to 18.10 per
week. I08H 1st Phone Main t810.
f L'rnished" room? b'L'1'tabLe "f5r
young lady, private family; II per
month. . Call evenings or Sunday, lit
axed lady la small family.
HANSEN'S EMPLOYMENT OFFIC
SI N. Id st Phone Main 1121.
PORTLAND gittpLOTKlENt .FFiC.
J06t4 Morrison st.-..rnone raciim
17 N. Id
.Phone Pacific 1200
fern cross Employment CO.
Logging camp and farm help aspe
rlalty. 20 N. 2d st Phono Mala 111.
We pay all telegraph charges.
ACME EMPLOYMENT CO., FARM-
ere' and loggers' help a spselalty. 14
N. 2nd st.. 19 H N. 2nd st, 241 Davis
st. Phone Main 1427.
I L-JJ. i - -1 SBtS
in The Journal each tha people la the
great Oregon country at ths right time.
Rates for Classified
V : Advertisements
1 Coun alt woTds to tha Una)
One cent a word each Insertion. .
Mora than two Insertions, I cents per
line each Insertion. By tha week, 10
eenta per Una 0 days).
No advertisement taken (or lesa than
THE ELS W6RTH. ' Ui LOWN8DALE;
phone Mala 1474; new brick, steam
heat electric lights, single and double;
one houcekeeping suite.
YOUNG MEN IF YOU WANT FIRST
class room and board reasonable, all
conveniences, nice yard and porch, also
table board $4 per week, good home
cooking, call at Aster . house, 7th ad
Madison sts. - " '
oshorn" H6tL,' Corner. 1 raN5
ava. and B. Ash: furnished rooma sin
gle or en suite, with or without board.
hbOM" ANDfeOAft-. FOR TWO YoWQ
ladlea or men; modern, walking dis
tance, reaaonaoie. eat m. jworneon.
Large comfortable front
room for two; breakfast and dinner;
home cooking: private; all conveniences;
reasonable; nice location. Ill N. llth
St. Phone paclflo 1497.
WANTED BOARi) FOR FAMILY
with two little girls. In plain home;
will pay 150: parents .employed during
Wanted place to board girl
of t years; central part of city. H-ll,
6ne room1 Wif a fe6Akt; pfeiVXt-
family; young man preferred; reason
able. II E. 18th st Phons B-1718.
LOCKSLEY HALL SEASIDE, OR- DR.
P. L. Austin, proprietor, aaslated by U
ACarlyle; ratea from 112.60 per week up;
rates and reservations may be made now
with Dr. 'Austin, dentist. Raleigh bldg.
CLIFFS, ' WASH.; DIVISION POINT;
. watch for opening. .
8HELBURN HOTEL NICELY FUK.
nlahed rooms; everything first-class;
home cooking. . Mrs. T. P. Hoars, bea
MctONALD HOUSE, NYE BEACH.
Newport, Or., private boarding; home
cooking; rates on application, R. A.
McDonald. " '
BUST THE WOOD COMBINE GET
your wood much cheaper. For par
ticulars address M-45S, journal.
NEWSPAPKR ROUTE OF 400 PA
pers In Portland for sale; can show a
gross profit Of 1100 per montn. uon t
anewer unless you mean business. For
sale for best offer. Address N-COO,
FOR " SALE STOCK OF DRY GOODS,
ladies' and gentsf furnishings and no
tions, situated In one of the best and
liveliest cities on the eoeet; good brick
building and one-year lease; doing a
good business; will Invoice about 10.000;
would taks small farm or city lota for
part payments Address E-465 JournsL
NICELY FURNISHED, ALSO UN FUR
nlshed. rooms, single or en suite;
quiet and very suitable for single men:
reasonable. The Kamm bldg.. 1st and
s AND 1 ROOMS, 140 U
4-room flat i8 siaraet.
I NEWLY PAPERED ROOMS; TERMS
reasonable. T17 Vanoouver ave.
TWO NFttRNlBHD ROOMS'' IX
strictly modern new house; fins locaA
tlon. west side. Address T-482 Journal.
FOR RENT ROUSES
CLEAN 'AND NICeLV " WRNlSliki)
rooms and transient ' II llth St,
Owen, apartment r'NiCtf'FRoNf'
housekeeping rooms; reasonable ratea,
230 H RusselL ,
OO TO HEADQUARTERS FOR ROOMS,
FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED:
SAVE TIME AND EXFENBE. SUITE
II, III STARK ST.
rVG Ft'RNISHEb R60MS. aLL
venlencea 181 W. Park st
T RfcN'f-NftwLY iTrWIsHEB
rooms at No. 145, lltret, near Alder.
A" FURNIBHED ROOM IN ' PHIVAtS
family; suitable for one or two
gentlemen. 417 Third St. .
rooms, $8 per month.
at Phnn. Main 1429.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS WITli
ail modorn conveniences, from $1 per
week end up. 800 Jeffeyson St. '
Large -I'Leasant rooIH FREE
both snd phone. 50H N. th. ' .
tO LET NICE FURNISHED ROOMS;
walking dlslsnce. 648 Hoyt at.
CoRaNEII FU R NIsilE ROOMS, WITH
bath. 801 Jefferson at; Canyon road
NEWiIaLL, NEW BfLDL. JOHf
opened, running water in an rooms;
tteam hest; rooma $2 10 snd up; central,
"phone" 'East lilt. 401 East Waaliing
VAN HORN TRANSFER FURNITURE
and pianos moved, stored or chipped.
Phone Main 1811. "
We rent and sell pianos, sher-
SeNWTVO C6TTAGt8. N6. 14
and 14 llth st, between Hoyt and
Irving sts. Apply next door.
BIX-ROOM HOU6B, MODERN; - 181
First 8. Portland; rent $14. Inquire
til Hamilton ave. - -
615i ROOM COTTAGE. S ROOMS TO
rent; part furnished, moderns phone
and water free; porcelain bath, gas er
wood stove: I blocks from 6th-etreet
165 Lincoln at.
NEVV" FOUR-ROOM c6tTA0B ON IM
proved street west side, 11,160: full
basement and attic: unobstructed view
of river; near I carllnes. N-484, Journal
e-ROOM NsTW" MODERN COTTAGE.
Inaulre at 481 East 14th st .
TWbdii MODERN HOUSE.
: field ave.
7-room house), Savler st
-room modern flat Williams ava.
Small l-room house, $7 per month.
-room house, near Union ave.
4 rooms, lower flat, Including water,
'"bTTO. CROCKETT HARK80N,
18IH 1st st.
UAhiiRN -ROOMTroUSE. 260 DIXOM
St., near Steel bridge, within walking
distance. Inaulre on premises or to
Blnnott Blnnott 5S6 Chamber Of Com
S-ROOM COTfAGB FOR RENT U
per niontn. ini n. mn st., in.
PLACER GOLD MINE A GILT-EDO
proposition for investment W. N.
Ruble. Welppe. Idaho.
MINING AND INDUSTRIAL BTOCKi
and bonds bought and sold. Corre
spondence invited. H. W. Donahue A
Co., til Buchanan bldg. Phono Mala
IF YOU1 WISH TO BUY OR SELL, SE3
us. Wo give you all references free
Of charge. C. 8. Arnold Co., original
hotel brokers, tlltt Morrison, phone
WiLL give m Interest i tw'5
household necessities, patented, for
nse of 12,001 to start f--tory; immense
sales; 160 per cent profit; absolute se
curity; return of money within I
months, guaranteed. East 1280.
" We haVe what you want. '
Rooming-houses, restaurants, hotels,
grocery stores, meat markets, real ee
tate, businese chanoe s, investments.
Western Realty Company, room 610,
286 H Washington st, Buchanan bid g.
1i6teL'and roajdhoUse toTea-U
Old-established, with or without ea
loon; furnished; newly remodeled: $26:
also 7-room house and orchard. 110; and
4 flats, 18 rooms. 125; all on west side,
C. H. Plggott owner, lawyer, 4, apd
I. Mulkey bldg. -
FOR BALE A DRUG 6t6ftA IN
Southern Oregon mining town; good
business; Invoice 12.500; two good doc
tors. For Information, writ Box 105,
Gold Hilt Oregon.
LUNCH AND CONFECTIONER
store for sale; bargain, tl H First.
PAINT AND WALL PAPER 8TORi3
and shop; good business;- 1800. will
handle It Address N-485, J0umsl;
Sawmill, capacity 10,001 feet per day
almost new; donkey engine, 15,000
worth of orders now on hand; extra en
gine to run tha planer; 112,000.
Double circular sawmill, planer and
matcher, logging engine, turbine water
wheel, abundance of timber: prloo for
- . HENKLH HARRISON,
217 Ablnston bl'ig.
BARGaWFOR A FEWTiAY'S I M V fT
sell furniture and fixtures of Hprlns
field hotel, with leas on building; good
location and paying business; goo.i
frtvate reason for selling. Address box
76, Hprlngtiald, Or for prices and par
tlculara llU 8T SELL At ONCE LitKiHT,
clean etork of cigars, confectionery,
lea cream, books and stationery, cbesp;
Eood stand; living rooms; low rent
FOR" RENT 4-ROOM COTTAUK
walKing a is tance, near car ana school.
$$ per month: furniture of same for
sals, $150. Phone Tahor IKl
Small -roomTott auk, wakIns
dlstsnce. rent $15. Innuire 521 Clsy.
F6u RENfCOTl 1' LET E LY"F1P uTTl. Su
ed nve-roora cotisjin; eitrlo llwhts
snd bath. 112 East 7 m St., corner Last
fine-home,' 3 27 rTT ,Tlr. ,wl. r
- Farrlnxton, 113 1 enion biu.
WILL SELL OR TRADE MY Gh'J
cery, good clean st'x k, doing a flue
cash business, good location; a money
maker for right party; about 11.6u0 ts-
niHre.l. Owner T-45. J.o"rni.
FuK RENT tiofiD STAN L 1 H K.
tsurant; City Marketblv-k. '
WXNT EDCIGAR. COSFKCll" -
store; not to exceed J0; moat .
valiio; no aitnts. IJ 41, .T"i r - 1
5 0 it-sa Le' 6 n tx '; i i a ,n ; ; ; : a
In house two hloiks fr
Y. M. C. A. b'lllrtlnr. t'
$225 a month, for Imrrov '
In sood Iocs tlon, for vi
value $5.OU0; owm-re
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