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2J Hours by Rail from Portland. Every, Improvement Promised by Us Is Positively Guaranteed
TO THIS HO
TEL, which win
b one of tha
' finest In the west, it Is
our Intention to install
grounds, speedway, a
pavilion, skating rink,
V magnificent plunge
bath, ft theatrt and a
. tent city. In fact, when
our improvements arc
completed we expect to
j 'Ajfhxvt every legitimate
at the finest "resorts in '
America. ; -'.
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v Now, taking the nat
. tiral '' attractions into
grand ; double ' beach,
the boating, the fishing,
the hunting, the moun-
tain climbing, etc- and
,;' you must realise that ,
Bayocean Park is sure
' to become the moat .
noted resort on the
western coast. .
f V' ' '! II 1 I' 1 1 U III 11 t r " '
ry'. nvn .iru'in J'B.tt' -
fc Xfc UCI
high . and is
b e a a 1 1 fully
wooded. The roadways
have all been planned
with careful thought
to artistic landscape
effect, with the result
that the few inside lots
lying high and having
a beautiful view are
. fully as desirable .for
' summer .' ' cottages as
are the lots facing the
, beach. . -
Soitible bnnflm rtric
tlons bar ba lmpneil
All straets throcgbont the
entire tract will be graded
and . water and electric
lights will be brought to
. every lo .: . "
, These lots are tare to
become as valuable ae are
those at the Southern Cel.
Ifornla resorts, or la other
words, 9100 per front foot.
These same lots can bow
be pm-chased, aader our
dub, or wholesale plan,
from $3 to 99 per front
foot, oa weekly payments
of I1J0 per lot.
WRITE FOR OUR BEAUTIFUL BOOKLET OF BAYOCEAN PARK, OR CALL PERSONALLY
Kansas City, Mo., Office; 419 R. A. Long Building
' Jj - J - San Francisco Office: 901 Monadnock Bnflding
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402 COUGH BLDG., 109 FOURTH ST., PORTLAND, OR. HomeA4724
-. Rwl MttU Inereaalnf la value every
dajr. Why, It has only bn about twe
yaara ainoa Linn ton waa unhaard of.
Iiok at It today, with Ita larva mills
. and (aetoriaa atretohlna; for ml lea alone
. tha baautlful W'Ulamatta and why notT
Hay wa not aa Cep water along una
Ida aa any natural deptb la tha wbolo
. Than, again, look at eur beautiful aide
hill that aford tha finest plaeaa for
traaldanoaa with rlawa of all tha eur-
'roundlnaoountry. On tha main Una of
tha is. p. rauroao, oniy i rniea rrom
; Portland, aeceaslbla by althar rail or
'water, also to ba eonaaotad by two Unas
iof alactrlo rallwaye new.aadar proba-
IBOtJOO fact on rtyar bank: 1(9 faat
. en 1st at., running 104 baok toward
viva. Prlfl l&.OOO.
. Twe lota on Main et.1 eentral part ef
lawn, rnco i,uuv.
Factory and mill attaa te ba bad now
at a vary reaaonaDia nguraj aiao Dauu
Xui attaa ror aomaa. , ., , - i
A Fejv Good 0u
aoraai III faat wetar
12800 aeraai erar 101 fruit traee;
. bulldlnga and walla: orar 11 aeraa
, olaaraa, ina raat aaaiiy oiaarao. inia
la a anap. f
gjOKO II aoraa flaa land at Phlltlpa;
: , bulldlnga and running watsr en place.
; ... Oraat barjralo. . .
' Chlokan ranch, 10 aeraa: only I mllaa
from Llnnton. Aa Idaal place for thla
. bualnaaa. . ' ' ' .' -', . i
TO aoraa fine timber land, aloae te Bol-
; lOarTaa, eloaa te Ltnnton, H aUlae
from N. P. rallmad and rlvah
111 aeraa mixad timber and farm land
rery eloaa to Linn ton; In very good
. . condition and at a vary low flgura,
Property Haautlful raaldanoaa,' aa
well as biislns lota and acreage. For
prices and full particular on above,
eomrnjAioate with - .,,
Real Estate LINNTON, ORE.
Wat Teet Proyrtj W1U Ka X Caa
CENTERING AT WHEELER STATION ,
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THE PASADENA OF OREGON
v v; Secure a home la this rich nd hiehl unprored locality,
less than 10 miles frorn Portland. With present railway:
. service owners of these tracts' can reach places of business
by 8 o'clock in the morning and return in the evening, leav
lng at 4 :10 and 5 :20. Four trains daily each way.
To this add the future serrice of an electric line already -surveyed
through the tract ; V ! ; V- ;
' - Make your selections while available. Prices and terms,
both reasonable, made known on application in person or by
"'letter.-;;.- .:;':, r;r:;--:: ' :
v t . ' These tracts are exactly as represented We invite the -;,
most rigid examination. .v-T:'iV;itr"--" ' a'- " ;'. 'L'; ;'-' '
THE SHAW-f EAR COMPANY
. 245 1-2 Stark Street
THE ADDITION WITH CHARACTER"
Tho Northeast cor
ner of Front and Sal
mon Sts., facing 100
feet on Front Street.
210 feet on Salmon
Street,-130 feet deep
The most attractive
buy on the street.
FRIES & CO.
229 Stork Street
OKB HALF ACRB TRACTS WITH
$10 Down $10
Take Mount Boott ear te Tremeat
aUUon. Acaot at aUtlon. , ,
A. X Churchill & Co.
no noon itmxt. -
The coming residence section of Port
land. Its greatest charm is its abundance
of natural shade young firs and cedars
in1 profuse growthunlimited opportu
nity for trimming just as much or as lit
tle shade as you want Think of the de-
' lightful, invigorating odor of the trees I
Where else in Portland can yon find such
privileges with such conveniences at such
reasonable terms as we offer? Then
, there's the view, , the gentle, cooling
breeze, the sunshine. All these, with its
desirable location, ease of access and
rigid building restrictions are setting for ;
it a high standard as a private residence
4 park. It is an opportunity for invest
ment you; cannot afford to overlook. .
Portland's great and rapid growth and ;
the choiceness of this property absolute
ly guarantee a rapid and steady advance
in value."- See it today get ; acquainted :
with its charms and worth, then ask your
self whether, you can afford to delay an
other day in securing your lot. . Alberta
car to JEast Twenty-seventh, go three
blocks north to Killingsworth avenue. -
13. nolbrook' Co.
: '250 Stark Street
. Phone Main 8398 ,
P- Ba Schwan, A&t.
On grounds all ; the time
30th and Killingsworth .
A P A RT M E NT H O U S ES
, i ; ; 3 Investments V'f
, " will pay your money all back in less than 9 j
years, then will be worth double the price asked r v c
Cor. 13th and Clay .;":.
555,000 will pay 12 per ccnt
; : -1547.000 will pay 1 3 per cent i
5 9,000 will pay 14 per cent 1 '
Apply A. S. ELLIS .1 . . . 448 Clay Street
(ON TILLAMOOK BAY)
Ten mfles tiorth of THlamooV Bay !n the Nehalem
Country there are strong indications of coal in large 'quan
, titles. There is not the slightest doubt but what Bay City
- will become an important coal mining center in addition
to all the other many and profitable sources of revenue.
More than that, the Portland Coal & Development Com
pany is now boring for oil just back of Bay City. Plans
' are now being made 'for the development of oil properties
In the immediate vicinity of Bay City.
" Ever live in a city where oil b discovered? . Fortunes
are made In a night. Properties jump from mere nominal
values to tremendously high figures. Business prospers in
every lint and employment is given ' to marry thousand
- people. Bay City .seems to be destined to even greater
things than have ever been anticipated. ,
-.With timber alone property values are bound to fa-,
crease ten fold In five years add coal and oil to this and it
' will be miraculous if property does not Increase a hundred
fold in ' five years. Without hs present most profitable
sources of wealth, such as dairying, farming, fishing and
summer resorting, these new, developments alone would
justify great big investments in Bay City.
V Bound up within the corporate limits of Bay City are
. . scores of fortunes to be made, but the greatest of these will
come from timely investments In Bay City real estate.
- Residence lots can now be' had for $50 to $150. Business
property has doubled in nine months and can now be pur- -chased
for $500 to $750. One piece, opposite the Ly tie
depot listed. at $7,600,' can be purchased for $5,000 spot ,
cash. i Easy terms , to those who will build. Free infor
mation of all kinds from Bay City Board of Trade, Bay
1 City, Oregon. :
eya aa my
319. Lumber Exchange
1 Portland, Ore-on .