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T2ii: OREGON SUNDAY JOUIwiAL. r G.cTLAKD. SUNDAY M0IINI:G, AU
Jjy J. T. VrUSON, Auctioneer
At 10 a. m. each day at sales
room, 208 First Street. '
Our three days aeles for the .week
comprise th latest style parlor and
library furnishings, select dining room
equipments, bedroom and kitchen ef
fects, a variety of folding; beds, sani
tary iron iii, pura roaumHrB, wwi
Manksts, ru.iows and other bedding;. por
tieres, laca curtains, dlnln room tablea,
buffets and sideboards, chairs, rockers,
dishes and housekeeping- requisites, raa
ransea, gas plates, steel ranges, a fine
assortment of eelect carpets and rurs,
linoleums and ouhsr valuable house f ur
nlahinga. ' s . ' . 't -
Dy J. T. WILSON, Aactloneer
Tuesday, Aug. 20, at 2 p. m. at
Fannera S tablea, 303 Front.
A consignment of high class horses,
comprising 10 bead of anddle. driving;
and work horses. Among them the thor
oughbred ', ; i . 4
-year-old Register-Emma Gregg, broke
tn saddle and harneaa. gentle an J a-uar-
anteed sound; also a number of bugglea
and harness, jjovsrs oi gooa norsea
siiould attend this sale. Additional con
rlgnmenU for this sale respectfully so-
NOTE Ws went furniture and hen so
furnishings, also fixtures- and bankrupt
stock, fees us if you hare anything- to
oil. Phone Main 162; A-4241. Sales
rooma log First street.
J. T. WILSON, Auctioneer.
Everybody who has bough
inVernon has made money
Nothing simpler buy. ;
Best close in lots in Portland
at" the price. Easy terms
Take ;car with the Big "A'
at Second and Washing-
ton and see for yourself. .
OaT TTTB8DAT aTZXY AT
ATTCTXOsT XOTTBB, COBsTXS AXOZS
ajto vajue ara. .
" We ara Instructed by the owner, Mrs.
8. L. Ksyburn, la sail the furnishings
of her residenoe ramoyed to our sales
rooms for convenience of sale, compris
ing several rood IRON BEDS, beat
M.rtnga, fcJLK FLOSd and other Mat
trexns, leather Pillows. Separate
In oak and mahogany, Oak
Chiffonier Toilet Ware, Parlor Couchee,
Kockere, Center Tablea. DAVENPORT,
Lace Curtalna, Portlera and Brussels
Carpets, Dining-room Suite, via., Exten
sion Table, SIDEBOARD, BUFFET and
Chalra, Oaa Reading; Lamp, Mantle,
Folding Beds. Rattan Wlckera, Oil PainU
Inrs and other Pictures: Metal Folding
l.ed. Llnsoleum, nearly new; GAS
RANOB, also Gas Water Heater, Gaso
line 6 tore and Oven; Heaters, Refrige
rator, Lawn Mower Glassware. Utensils
and other effects. On view tomorrow
(Monday).--Sale Tneedav at 16 o'clock.
OH TUUBSUAT next at same address
w shall aeil Furniture, Carpeta, etc,
removed from Hoyt St.; also Furniture
from East Portland. Sale on Thursday
st 10 o'clock. . ..
laxn BOH. Amotion.
Office and Salesrooms 161-4 Alder Bt
The choicest In th city. Between
2ot. and 16th. , , t
Between 21st and $2d; splendid place
for flats; Joining three elegant new
houses, and th price ta only $1,100,
with all lmprovementa la. .
.Between 25tb and llth. '- ' ;:
Cverlon Sfreel i
Beautiful lota front $1.2S0, to (1,500.
Enlendld suarter block for 11.500:
don't fall to see mo about this, for
it line. - - . ,. ,
Quimby Street r
tOxlOO, sightly, accessible; only three
blocks - from carllne; $1,400, , worth
$1.750 easy. ,
. Fine lot. splendid view; between llth
and 19th. All Improvements In; good
houses pn each aid of It; bargain.
Ceculilal Qaar tcr Clock
In Goldsmith's Addition for 15.500,
One In next blook sold last week for
'7,500. Don't miss this.
R. M. WILBUR
no axooHO STaxniT.
Bo You Believe
" Then investigate this. :
Section Line Road,
Imprcvi, - V;.
IT PAYS TO SEE US.
Cfiapin & Heriow
222 Chamber of Commerce.
Phone, Main 1652.
268 Stark St.; Rooms' 17, 18
and 19. Frank Harbke, Agt., I
on ground at 21st and Al
berta Sts. Phone East 2082.
Bom of the cheapest and most desir
able In the city all with trackage fa
f JB,800 8-room new house and lot,
7Sx 10a at WUlamette ot.
f 1,400 100x102, ' northeast corner
34th and Lincoln. ...
f 1.250 Lots 1 and 2 in next to
Park annex to Highland, 9th and
bkidmore. . ' ' v
f 800 Southeast corner E. 33d and
f 850 50x100 northwest corner 33d
and Sterens. -
f 5,000 One acre E. 34th and
Grant; terma.j--Uii.- .
f 1,200 4 lots 100x200, at, Wood
stock. On canine., , , , , -
Tom M. Word
Real Estate Co.
Main 45fil. J A-2561
A block and a fraction,
beat bar gala la town.
This la the
Two half bloclcs !n Central East Tort
land res pectl rely at the abora figure.
... . , - - J. ..'..
A block and a fraction solid around:
xoellent foundation for maaslr build
ing and beary machinery; orer 400 feet
frontage on S. F. railway.
Anwef th abor ar excellent bays.
If only for speculation, as they are away
below present market yaJues. . . .
lot nnaxocne bxao,'m m. axdhb.
Red Estate Department
10T aTHnZeOOX BTTrLBXHO, -
ajto oax ara.
For One Veek Only
We ffer to ron an opportunity to buy
on BAST TERMS one of those choirs
4 AND 5-ACRB TRACTS In WILLAM
ETTE PARK for $100 to 1160 per acre.
Each tract Is supplied with pur water
free of charxa. No better soil In Oregon.
r Seror Park i
On Base" Line road. A few of those
choice 6-ACRE TRACTS w now offer
at $120 par acre. School close by) half
mils to carlln. . )f .
4 ; II Acre Farm
On Foster road, Lents Junction, on Mt
Scott and Caaadero electrlo lines; 10
ira clear in cultivation. 1 acr arors:
(-room house, good conamon; nam, ouu
houses, all farming implements, horse
and rig, cow, chickens, geese, etc;
abundance of water., f 7,000 buy this.
20 Choice Lots
$550 to $800 each
In IRVINOTON DISTRICT. ' Wo offer
for your Inspection zv or tne cnoicest
lots in mis aisirici. wtj w wwuvi
fnilv located and close to carllne, with
cement sidewalks and other Improve
ments. Nothing; like tnem at tne aoove
price can be boujrht anywhere In this
enure aisu-tci. mib icuu a uwiwi.
You'll Get the Snaps
?0,000 Quarter block, hand
some 8-room residence, modern
conveniences, . East Burnside,
'' near Sixteenth. ": V--''"l--:
?4,00O Nice 6-acre place, good
new buildings, choice variety
fruit, 2 acres in berries, con
venient to cars, Montavilla.
?2,000 Corner lot, elegant
new Queen Ann 7-room cot-
,tage,. modern conveniences,
x aiiun arc, iiu iiuiv.ii
$1,6003 full lots. East 8th St.,
nice, 6-room cottage, rents for
$12.80. . This is a good invest
ment and a real snap.
$1,1 50--Full lot, J nice 4 room
cottage, Spokane Ave., near
Est 8th St, Sellwood.', , ,
::i . v r'..' '-'-': ,.' (
The Dunri-Lawrcncc Co.
' Wy FIRST ST. . .
Building restrictions, and im
provements superior to any
- thing in Portland.
Every lot within two block
'; of car line.
AGENTS 6N GROUNDr
A F. SlVETiSSOri 5
. General Agents.'
253 WASHINGTON ST.'
Phones Main 3055; A 3051
West Slope of Mt Tabor.
X -... : .. '.' - " V
3 Acres $3,600
IT PAYS TO SEE US.
Cbapin & Derlow
332 Chamber of Commerce,
" Phone," Main 1652. 1
IS GROWING fAST
New industries locating there.
Buy a very desirable home place
whfle prices are low in the FIRST
ADDITION. Lota ?100 , to
9150, on . monthly payments.
Also water frontage for sale or
ease. Apply to C F. BUNKER,
514 ' Chamber of Commerce, or
Linnton Office, Phone Main 6321
It taken quick; 11-room . bouse, within
walking distance; lot 10x109; a fin
noma.! ' r:.- "r ' v - i
Price $5280. Terms
;- xr ats) to an vu.
CHAPIfl & HERL0V
339 Chamba of Oonuneroo. ;
V m . l w VV .t .In.. 1 m n
Ideal location for apartment house or
residence. inis nir i w vmvw
present values in- thla neighborhood.
Factory or Warehouse, Site
One half block In warehouse district.
E. Morrison St.; on railroad, , .
.ST DUY IN PORTLAND
r)fw !uiU!tnst: monthly
( ail tomorrow.
i ti'j., room a. .
To Make Money
1Z.BOO for the eheaneat quarter
block I blocks from Morrison and
lrnd aves.; flnO for rooraln bouse,
factory or wsrehouse.. Kaar terms.
SROOOO for the moat beautiful 129
t (iirtn. In hljrh stale of cultivation,
fronting the Willamette this side of
Jnnlnss ld. If divided Into I
and 1 0-arre Iract money , can ba
doubled. y,r terma.
Aatnir Commission Protected.
F. FUC11S.I2IJ Alorrisoa Street
EAST TWENTYSECdND ST
PRICE S500 . :
Termsj tloo down, balance In Install
ments or tit per month. Lot 60x100, on
K. 2 2d bet. Holladajr ava. and Pacllo St.
MALL & VON BORSTEL.
104 Second and 392 E. Burnside
We have acreage close to east
side S. P. car shops that we will
sell as low as $600 per acre on
easy terms. ' " '
MOORE REALTY CO.
2C3 Stark St., Rooms 1718, 19
Real estate inoreaslns- In valae every
day. - Why, It has only been about two
years since unnton was unueara or.
Look at It today, with Its large mills
and factories stretching for miles along
the beautiful Willamette and why nott
Have we not aa deep water along thla
side as any natural depth' in the whole
Paclflo northwest T
Then again, look at our beautiful aids
hills that afford the flneat places for
residences with views of all th sur
rounding country. On th main line of
the N. P. railroad, onlv. I miles from
Portland, acoesalbl by either rail or
water, also to be connected by two lines
of eieotrlo railways now ' under proba
tion, - , - .. . .
San francisco Office
789 Markets t, bet. 3d 4th
al)TT'TTvritl awr SVaV-
buAxxiiujia avacjuvxs. .
Oregonlsna waen In Ban Francisco
ran have their mall seat la ear of
The Journal ofnc. , '
ARTTiCR U"ri8H. Representative
The pressure rose decidedly over th
Paclflo northwest during the laat 11
hours ending with this report, and the
high area overlying that region aa
aumed a pronounced character. Fair
weather generally prevailed over the
Paclflo sloue and inter-mountaln region.
I.iKht rain fell at Seattle during yes
terday and inappreciable amounts at
North Head and PortUnd. The British
IXJtiT AND rOLXP.
FOUND A PLACK TO HAVM maim
mattresses renovated and returned
same day. 22t Kront at. Main 414.
Portland Curled-lialr iTactory. IL Ueisr.'V
ser. Dronrlelnr jr, ' r
LoriT A fi kt I : n m tii'-i.-l-tIi 3r"
: --w-. a,v J.e.jbi A O J aj IlajLet
, view. Wash., to Portland. tPl-s
" ''"in, oeaview,-Waah
and receive reward. '
LOST ONE UOLU LOc'KhJi', tMBLEvf '
W. a W.; iniuale on back, a. a
Kinder will be liberally rewarded bV
iraving BHine ai zau Hurnslde st.
Columbia depression noted on yesterday
morning a cnari appearea 10 oe cenru
laat evening about Pocatello. where a
raotory and mill sites to be had o-w
ai a vary reasoned xigur. also oemuu
ful sites for home.
A Few Good Outside
IT PAYS TO SEE US.
Chapin & Derlow
332 Chamber of . Cornmerce,
Phone, Main 1652.:
T AOmxs on Willamette ' Hirer; an
rich, beautiful land: lays well and dotted
her and there with nice shad treea;
only one mil from railway station? on
good publlo road. Prloa $800 per acre.
I ACBIS o WlHamett River: 'aU
lays well; partially cleared, balaaoa nloe
Umber. Prlc $1,600. . , , , -
- 1 ACBB frontkng on WfllametU River;
all lays well; on good publlo road with
sidewalk to station. Prle 11,100; half
cash, balance on time.
. 11 TMMT OHOZOB ZiOTS, S0z260 each,
With good sidewalk on on end and Wil
lamette River on -other. Price $800 to
$1,600 each. 'The- above lots ar th
only available property now to b had
on the Willamette Rlvr., - . - t,
The Shaw-Fear Company
S4SH 9abx mr.
& jIOAA T-room house; bath, toilet,
A4ZUll furnso, electric lights, barn
'"vv 16x14; lot 100x100, choice
fmlt and shrubbery; two blocks from
carlln. -,- ...
-room ' modern house, ' ele
gantly finished. Terms, $1,000
cash, balance per cant. J
7-room modern hous, lot 100X
100, .. .. ....
SI 20 I
Otto, Crockett S Ilarkson
7-room modera house; elegant
home; lot 75x100.- .
l-room modem homsa, lot 100a
A 15 In
An Apartment House
Of IS apartment and It glngl rooms,
Mnlw irtlniitee walk- frnm the r -
ter of the city, on th eaat side, with a
ruaranteed leas .of $500 per month;
20,000 will swing It This 1 a snap
and Is a positively aaf . Investment
"Call on us." , . - .
Columbia Trust Company
' covck TnuTjr.
2 Acrcs-8 Quarter Blocks
On mil front Morrison at; for factory,
warehouse, wood or coal yard; income
$110 per month $$7,000. - . y
M. MO oaa. o Chidnita t .
S3 BOO 40 acres over 100 fruit
VUI1UIU Mill we.,
acres cleared, th rest easily L cleared.
Thia I a snap.
105O-II acres, fin land, at Phil
lips; buildings and running water on
place, ureal Bargain.
Chicken ranch. 10 acres; only t miles
from Linnton. Jin Ideal place Cor this
business. , --..'' -
Timber Lands -
' TO acres, fin timber land; cdosa ta
Holbrook. . . .
$0 acres; close 40 Linnton; 1 miles
from N. P. railroad and river.
lit. acres, mixed timber and! farm
land; vsry close to Llnntdh; In very
good condition and at a very low figure.
thunderstorm occurred about midday
rnmnanieri bv a trace of rain. Much
'cooler weather prevailed laat evening
I over Oregon, eastern Waahlngton and
Idaho, tne ran in lempevaiure, uems par
ticularly marked at Baker City, Oregon.
Indications are for fair weather over
Oregon, western Washington and south
ern Idaho today, but Increasing cloudi
ness with poslby rain Is expected over
astern Waahlngton and northern Idaho.
Forecasta: . .
' Portland and vicinity: Today anr
ally fair; northwest wlnda. -
Western Onion and western Wash
ington: Today generally xair; norxuweai
winds. k - !
' Eastern Oregon and southern Idaho:
Today fair. .. . '
Eastern Washington and northern
Idaho: Today Increasing cloudiness with
possibly showera and cooler.
Maximum temperature. Tl degrees;
minimum temperature, 6 Oegreee.
River reading at t a m., . feet;
change In laat it hours. 0.1 feet
Total rainfall (I p. m. to t p. m.),
trace: total rainfall sine September 1.
10, 4S.I1 Inches; normal rainfall sine
Beptemoer 1, iu. ee.ea incnea, aeii
elenrv. 1.10 Inches. -
Total aunahine yesterday. 14 hour
and 7 minutes; possible sunshln yester
day, i nours ana i minutes. -Barometer
(reduced to sea, level) at
I p. m.. 10.00 Inchea.
RlllBON WATC1I KOB; OOLIJcreh"
cent and book, serpents and A. K. K.'
On crescent: gold elk's head with dlI
mond on ribbon. $10 reward, n? R.J
W. Matson, 408 Marquam bldirr T.
LOST LIBERAL RE WARD dlVfeJ
for return or Information about oniii.
dog name ! -Sandy." Loat Baturd.2
morning from 7:40 Caiadero car Et
Madison and Water sta. Dr. li.nrv 5
Jones, 4 N. 17th st. ar'
LOST BLACK COCKER EPaK'IeP
Teddv": ( months old from itt &
Brooklyn;. $5 reward for return to prem.
iiea or to Willis Magulr. oar Title
! Guarantee and Trust Co. "
VOB T SMALL, DARK BAY WaRS"
with whit spot in forehead; h,
halter apd rope on; reward 1 returned
to 11(5 Macadam st, opposit Jones'
Property Beautiful residences, as
well as buslnean lots and acreage. For
prices and full particulars on above,
communioat) with .
Real Estate : , UNMTON, ORE.
Ust'Tow yiwvorl With
, au n. , ....
And Buy a Lot for
':V'J:A Montavilla ; :
Improved Streets, 5c - Carfare
. Easy Terms : '- t'.
$10 Down, $5 Per Month
Come ': out and see these lots.
Take Montavilla Car. - Get off at
Hibbard St,, corner of Villa, or
call at office."
1 - Real Estat Departmsnt.
10T Bharlook mug, Cos, Sd and Oak .
llx70 East Twenty-third between Bel
mont and Morrison sts. Two brand-new
-room flats are located on this property
with enough spic left for thr.e more
bouses. , Term. - '
Corner lot and l-rbom house in bt of
oondltlon, on carlln, wast side. Terms.
SINNOTT & SINNOTT
' MS OKaJOSB Ol OOlCkXZmOB.
INVENTIONS BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Covenant Contraot Ci. 411 Vliednes
bids. Main 181. w"
i"ii.iiib, -' J wasningio
rii,nun L.ii.iltAitr, 111
st: books loaned at 1 centa the dav
rcinor,'T('" " ra1 Fta A-1411.
On 14th st. Lot $1 1-1x110 feet, with
large two-sory flat building. In choice
location. This property was built by
owner for a home and on flat Is now
occupied by owner. Fin Incom and
property 1 new.
iooa aiALTf co.
Rooms 17, 11 and it, Mallory Bldg., -v
tit Stark fit.
FOR ABSTRACTS. TITLB INSUR
ano or mortgage loans, call on Paclflo
Tltl Trust Co- 104--4-T Falling bldg.
GET TOUB INSURANCB AND AS
streets to real estate from th Till
Guarantee a Trust Co. 140 Washington
sU cor. Id. ' '
' Harry R, Hatton. B( Irving st, 1$;
Wlnnlfred Byrna, It. . ,
Oscar C Bllen, 7t East 14th at, 1$;
Ethel Seaney, 11. - -
George B. Watklna, 1417 Curtis ara,
14; Mary M. Leer, 10. v
James Good fellow, Oreaham. Oregon,
10; Lena B. Hubbard. II.
Lionel Heath, 13$ Sixth L, 14; Elaaa
or Robertson, II. ..v
John Lowell 4, -4 Viola Arledge, II. --Thomas
J. Williams, O rants Pass. Or
40: Ruby Tucker IL - ' -
Frank B. Robertson, lit Starr at. $1;
Mary J. Wilson. 17.
Scott B. Bruce, Medford, Oregon. 11;
EmmaO. Sewardl 11,
Utt Libby. looi . Belmont at- SI:
ZUpha B. Harper, 1$.
- Wadding Cards. W, Q. Bmlth At Co,
Waahlngton bldg, corner 4th and Wash
Wedding cards th best. 100 for It.
Alvin & Hawk, 144 fd St.
Tonseth A Co, llorlsuy for flowers of
an sinas. 12 sin St.
Clarke-Broa.. florists Fine flowers
and floral designs. 280 Morrison st.
Full dress suits for rent, all alaea.
tTnlque Tailoring Co, lot Stark St.
OSTERMAN August llt to Mr. and
Mrs. Nels Osterman, fl N. 16th st,
ALEXANDER August . to Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Norman Aiaxander, t
Halght are., daughter.
SMITH August if, to Mr. and Mrs.
Paul J. Smith, 1(7 Beach st, a son.
KERKKE9 August 1$, to Mr. and Mra
Nathan Kerekes, 140 East 10th t, a
son. .. .. - v .
LAR8ETN August II. to Mr. and Mrs.
RosofU Larsen. $42 Eugen ava, a
LONOES August li. to Mr. and Mrs.
Henry W. Longea, 401 East 4th at, a
BROWN August 4, to Mr? and Mrs.
" Herbert Ray Brown.. 1110 East Main,
BATLEY August 14. to Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Cuthbert Bayley, 10 East 14th
St., a daughter. -JOHNSON
August 0. to Mr. and Mrs.
John E. Johnson, 140 East 14th at, a
PAVI8 August S, to Mr- and Mrs.
John M. Davis, Lenta, a son.
MORRISON August 14, Mlnnl Fran
cis Morrison, aged I months and) 4
days, 14 Alblnaava; enteritis. -
FERGUSON August ' II, Richard M.
Ferguson, aged 40 ; years, 4 H. Union
ave.; anaemia. -
AVERT August 14, C E. Avery, agd
l years, st Astoria; killed by loco
motive. , -KiSER
August 17, Rees Coad Klser,
aged T months and 11 days. 111 East
Star St.; cholera Infantum. - . .
M'DONALD August It, Mrs. Alice M.
McDonald, aged 40 years,' 1 month
and 80 days, too Jefferson st; eclamp
sia. HIOHMILLER August II, Mrs. Qer
- trude L. Hlghmiller, aged 17 years, 10
months and 0 days, Arleta: dropsy.
LOWRITZ August- 1, Pftra Lo writs,
aged 10 years,, 4 months and I daya,
T7I orand ave.; suicide by strychnine
MAX M. SMITH. FLORIST. 100 ITH
at, opposite Meier a Frank'a. Main
Y p. FiNLET A
SOn SIB. Villi J W Bi SVBRIf
in aN& WaDI:
onnty - ooranee.
Phone Main 0.
BCnnTno U'KMf t& " A VilLA aU3IC
undertakers and embalmers: modern
In every detail. Seventh and Pine. Mala
1 - CASH JOB. - ,
PropossJs-wlll be received at th of-"
flee Tltl Quarantee V Trust company
until Wednesday th list Instant for
grading and also constructing a cement
curb on Hawthorne- ave., west front
West ava. to Prettyman av., Mt Tabor.
Quantities snd measurements may be
obtelned from Philo Holbrook Jr, asu..
county surveyor. :.
notice of stockh6LLersj UeeoIC
The undersigned incorporators of the
Portland Country Club A Live Stock
association, designated by a majority
of such Incorporators to open books and
receive subscriptions to the capital
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 sub
scribers of. the stock of the Portland
Country Club A Live Stock association,
to be held at Commercial club rooms in
the city of Portland. Oregon, on Tues
day, th 17th day of August. 1107, at
th hour of four o'olock p. m, for th
Surpoa of eleotlng not leas than tbrve
Irectors of said corporation, as th
stockholders present shall determine,
th adoption of by-laws, and for th
transaction ox suon oiner euaineas aa
may properly com before th Rise tin z,
Portland, Oregon, July 16th, 1407. ,
v i TOM RXCILiUUB01?
HELP WANTED MALE
BOTS WANTED TO WORK IN CANPT
factory. Paclflo Coast Blaenlt -
,11th and Darla, , ,
Wanted rtftftf -i!LAtii! . flJT-i
f makar, at cn'ce: Werner Pettersoa Oo, '
tjjlora, 144 H Ind. ,
al Dairy Lunch. - tlH hrth st
SZen and boTs wanted, " t5
Isarn plumbing, plastering, brlcklay- '
Ing. Day and night classes. Free sat.
Positions - secured. - No book learning. ''
Coyne Trade School. 110-140 Ith st.
Ban Francisco and New Tork. '
WANTED A GOOD FOREMAN FOR
bread. 161 Second st '
Wanted a praCiCaL TWniK
at once. Long . Cross, Eugene Or.
WANTED BOY OVER II TEARS OF5
age to ream soms craaa 171 1st
ELECTRICAL ENGINEER TOUNO
man, 11 years of age, with college
training and three-years' practical elec
trical engineering experience la opera- '
tlon, construction, and correspondent es-
pacity, eeeks position In western states
with some eieotrlo railroad company;
excellent references. Address T-llll
Hapgooda, 1115 Park bldg, Pittsburgh,
traVeL Fbft. AM 6Lb reUabLki
manufacturer; ataple, well-advertised,
line of food products, etc; $160 to $140 .
per month and expenses; wanted . at
once, good salesman for Oregon. H. E.
McGufre, sales manager, Detroit Mloh.
WANTED YOUNG MEN TO PRE- '
par by mall for positions aa trav
eling salesmen; experience unnecessary!
salaries $100 to $210 a month and sx-
Benses. Positions guaranteed with re-
able Arms. Write for particulars to
day. Addreas National Saleeman's '
Training Association, Suits 140, Scarritt
piocK, n-ansas tuy, wo.
WANTED YOUNG MEN WITH A AIT-
Ity to sell goods for positions as trav
eling salesmen In various lines; expert- '
ence unnecessary; salaries 1100 to $110
a month and expenses. Writ for par-
titulars today. Address A-41, Journal
WANTKrj SEVrTRAI OOOT SWAVPrf
era; wages $2.71 Per day, ApplyiA
Western Cooperag Co - 101 ' BtraJ I
Diagw city. . - - - -1
WANTED 6 FIRST CLASS COAT
makers. W. P. Kraner A Co., Ill
Washington et. " - - - J
WANTKI) ONE OPERATOR FOR
Campbell machine. Joha Clark Bad-
dlery Co.. 104 Front st
BOY WANTED TO LEARN PRINTING.
Portland Printing Co.. 4H let st
salesman Wanted A p p,l y3
Great American Importing Tea - Oo,
4oa wasnington sr.
WANTED BOY TO WORK IN DRUG
store: one with experience preferred. -
1014 Hawthorne sve. Phone Tabor 411.
hkmstock: FUNfiftAL Br
rector. East 11th and Umatilla. Phon
Bell wood Tl. lay saaistant
2eLLer-byrVes 116.. fUKeRaL' Di:
rectora embalmers, 171 Russell. East
Urn U 7 IRHinuni,
ize o st
ERICHON, UNDERTAKING CO, AND
embalming. 401 Aider v t ' Main
1183. Lady assistant
RIVER VIEW SINGLE GRAVES, $10:
family lota. 10x11. for $100, and
Upwards, according to else; the only
cemetery In Portland which perpetually
maintains and cares for lota. For
Information, apply to W. R. Mackenzie,
Worcester block. W, M. Le dd president
"EOSIS CITY SINGLE GRAVES. $107
family lots. $2t to $74. Superintend
ent at" cemetery, comer of Fremont et
and Cully road. Phone Tabor 104. For
full Informal Ion spply to Frank Bchleswl,
401 Comnvrclsl blfc Phone Main I si I.
CARPENTERS' ' HEADQUARTER!,
corner E. Pine and Grand ave, meets
every Tuesds- nlsht. Phone Fast 4374.
if. W. A. KVERGR1!eJ CAMlTHTIiil
meets Wednesdsy evening, Allsky
Mdg,. Id and Morrison sts.
SfTw. aJ orkiwn orTAPit' camp Kid
1.471. Mondays, ljtu and Marshaa
Visitors welcome, - , - -
YOUNG MAN TO WORK FOR ROOMl
and board. 125 Clay St.
Lathk-r WANTED 1$TH. ANb
Conch, Monday morning. W. I Mer-
wanted 1' nova TO
trade. 81 Front, corner Dans.
wanted Parlor frame finish
es Front, corner Davis.
WANTED ENERGETIC SALESMAN
acquainted with retail grocers, city
and country, to represent an eastern
manufacturing firm here, must devote
entire time, we have no use for any
but top-notcher. Apply I o'clock Sun
day. W. B. Johnson, Portland notei
HUSTLERS" EVERYWHE RE. $25 tfl
$10 made weekly distributing circu
lars, samplea, no canvassing, steady.
Merchanta Out-door Ad. Co.. Chicago. .
MEN WANTETTeVERY WHERE; Dip
tribute samplea, circulars, etc., $$ to
$1 thousand; permanent occupation. Am-
erlcan Union, Pontlao bldg, Chicago. '
WANTED F1R8T-CLA8S SHEET
Irow worker; some experience con-
structlng new, machinery. Edwards, 4
WaNTED-UT ONCE, SIX EXPER
ienced traveling men who know how
to sell goods and are capable of earn- '
Ing large salaries: strictly commission;
old established jobbers and manufacture
ers; specialty line, staple. Addrfts 1111
Lumlwr Exchange, Minneapolis. vVlnn.
Salesmen 200 to koo per 5Ji,tc?
profit selling specialty every meKK
chant anj .business man wants; quick
casn tun; unnmuea qiisniuies. write
BullHnn Co, 406 W. Van Buren st, Chi-
ba LTkmian WANTED. ATFLY GREAT1
Amerlcsn Importing Tea Co., , 40$