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' THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL. PORTLAND. SATURDAY EVENING. - AUGUST 31. . XS07.
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I LI. C. A. PLMIS
Two Buildings . Will ' Be
Erected on Site Instead
of One." . v "
C0NC11KTE WILL BE- :,
Young Men's Structure to Be Six
Stories High While Other Will Be
But Four Arrangement of DIN
' ferent Floor I Complete.
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In placa of on largo building cover
Inf a hUf block, to b occupied by th
T. M. C. A.-y. V$. C. A. aBsoclutlonn.
th plana now cU for two aeparalc
atructurra; on at th corner of Sixth
and Taylor iti-eeta, aix atorlea hlh and
corartnc a alt 100x140 feet, to b oc
cupied by the T. M. C A., and the other
'a four story structure, occupying a site
COxlOt feet, to be the home of the Y.
, W. C- A. The bulldlnc committee of
the two aaaoclatlons has about decided
to have the T. M. C. A. atructure built
of reenforced concrete or steel, and the
T. W, C A. wlU be what la known as
The original plans provided that the
.two buildings should be of the same
construction. helRht - and architecture,
but the organisations decided that the
building fund was not sufficient for
this, and that two buildlnas. one of
cheaper type cduld be put up for less
The reneral outline of the Interior ar
rangement of the T. M. C. A. building I
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it' 1. Am
provides that the besement will contain ' ". v " ' :; !
a 20x0 foot swimming pool, boys I UrillrtlPTl ' Shllt. "DaWTI fT
locker-rooms, dining-rooms, four bowl-j 1JUCU OUUl, UUlTU, Wl
Snipments to ? Avoid Ad-
Iiik allevs. four mechanics educational
rooms and probably the aUlHard rooms.
On the main floor wlU be -located the
lobbv. receDtlon rooms, reading-rooms.
parlors, executive offices, baths, men's I
lockers, Duntness men s ciuo-roomi, ana
tin asHoclatlon hall 63x54. The second
finnr will la devoted larcelr to the bovs
department. Including reception and
earae rooms, also club and class rooms
for'the little fellows;-on thexsecond and
third floors two gymnasiums 'will Da in
Rtnlled one O&xSs feet and the other
4ux5S feet: employment offices for re
ligious and educational directors, study
rooms, reference libraries and general
educational quarters will occupy the
third floor: a portion of the fourth floor
will be utilized for class rooms for the
educational department, and - the re
mainder will be divided Into 27 dor
mitories; the entire fifth and sixth
floor" will be turned into dormitories
whlrh will give about ISO living apart-I
ments in the building. The officers or
the afteoclatlon count on
niltorles bringing in a handsome Income.
T vance in Freight Bates. ,-:
SHIP ALL MATERIAL : ,V
BEFORE OCTOBER FIRST
Increase of Three Dollar Per Thou
' sand Feet Compels Dealers to
.' Torn Down Orders They Are Un
able to Fill Within Thirty Day a.
ttt trlew of th nrmtnaeA advance In
naTncnme UnVratea to points east of the Rock
ies, local lumber manufacturer are re
fusing eastern business thafcarmot be
handled with a certainty-irtor to Oc
tober 1, the time fixed) for lbe pro
posed advance to become effective. At
the present time, however, eastern ship
ments are exceedingly lively, when oars
art obtainable,, because the shippers
fear getting caught with unfilled or
ders on hand when the new rate goes
Department Store Building irTOo. iniirX
-.tt.1i 1- m n.ii o-..- orders witt
C0J.1PLETE PLANS FOR
LEV BRICK STABLES
Will Be Two Full Stories
in Height, '
Plans', for Olds," Wortman a. king's
without a mo
ment s delay.
"We are compelled to refusareastern
business after October 1' on - present
basis of operations," said a prominent
lumber man In discussing the situa
tion, "and buyers of fir have already
sgun turning to the southern terri
tory for yellow pine, which, bf the way,
propose brick stable to occupy a quar- ts none, too strong, 'owing to the tight
ter block at the corner of East Ninth money market of toe east. Our fir has
and East Flanders streets, hava been ?"I?hou.ntt!1n ,!"ie?hn ."i-l.
. . . IA . ... in tne east, and now that the dealers
prepared by Architect Richard Martin fear their Inability to get orders filled
Jr. The building will have two full after the new rate goes into effect,
stories and a basement and will , coat It appears that they, too," have about
about 1 20,000. . The general contract decided to return to the yellow pine
has been awarded to A. Teller.- markets. , ,
Work on the remodeling and enlarg- . &oeaJ Market Booming.
!" f.' ,h "ier.ni-.b"l?.in?t?ixi'J ""'We are shipping every foot that We
. y.u -i-l'?;."" ViLTi.. S.JV2' can at present, but will not. contract
"" ..il- ,V v: " .?, " lor new business until after the rate
Xwo dul,lon1 'irif LJfZiJOl Q"tlon has been settled. The esst-
the building and extensive changes ern buyt pttmr to be a little skep-
nade. This Is one of the oldest brick tlcal, too. In buying. It appearing that
business houses on upper Washington tbey believe the railroads cannot afford
street, and at the time of Its com pie- to tna hgn-r tariff. They are
tlon was looked upon as very hand- afraid to stock up heavily because It
RESUME WORK SOON
OX BOARD OF TRADE
would Teava them at a decided dlsad
vantage should the rata not be DUt Into
effect." , .
LeeAl business never waa better at
this time of the year, and Indications
are for an immediate increase. Con
tractors 'and architects are said to be
crowded with business and this means
Work on the 1 1-atorr Board of Trade I new protects, all of which call for more
building haa suspended temporarily, I or less lumber. Prices show no change
pending the straightening out of the during the week deepste the uncertainty
affairs of , the Oregon Trust it Savings of the eastern market, and inquiries re-
hHr.ii, ivl, 4 fie building is not the veal the fact that quotations are fully
w. r ..f . '-it it Is known that as firm ss a week ago.
I '. "1 Of TrtuM Building company -The California market continues ss
l : nced by some of the heavy dull as for several weeks past, and
rtor-U.oiriers of the bank. It ts reported verv little 'business is being dons in
from authoritative sources that ample that direction. Cargoes from -this city
financial arrangements have been made during the month now about te close,
to complete the building and work will were small and infrequent, the - whole
be resumed not later than September month's business amounting to only
xvt - I iU4,.uu xeei, wnrcn is aouui nan OI
the average business. . ,
roraltfa Market Steady.
Several hundred 'thousand feet of this
Tfl "PART RTTlt! nTTTPrTThuantlt T",r aupplled by (he mills on
- -.. wvvu tn tower w II
The , West Minster
llametra, and at Vancouver.
across the Columbia. Included In the
Presbvterlsn "l'uv"..l0,"' ?..,r.,",,''""":n.TJ
-...-.. n 1 . i ui re.iiro.iu iii. rvv.uuo lttv-x. ok wnicn
atreet. has iZZi .TnHerVo?. were set aflost for Kedondo.on. the
JenTlr. A r.Mi.I "Sm?" ""J t hooner King Cyrus, , which Ib nam
nci?- hS. iieri-T? "!5t,I!, hout to sail after having completed
JSediti ? IISllJ Z"1?!:' )!? h' the mills of the Stsrid-
the addition of a gallery In the audi- .r n- --- ti.i. mt,h
. Handsome new pews have been The said, la the Uret ahlnment of ties
made during the month, the tie busl-
CONCRETE POLES TO
TAKE PLACE OF TIMBER
Increasing Scarcity Of Suit
able Lumber Brings . Out
Satisfactory Substitute. ;
Because of an increasing1 scarcity In
the eastern states of timber' suitable
for telegraph and, telephone poles, the
railway and telegraph people are turn
ing their attention to finding a sub
stitute for the monarch of the forest
that have been will nleh destroyed by
the too great prodigality of our lumber
T I 1. YYK ' -Kl m.. k.
Port Wayne - Wabash Valley Traction
company, thinks he has solved ths prob
lem oy tne use or rortiana cement in
the manufacture of nolea. He save
that with electric roadyespeolally Is the
poie question Deoomiyg a serious one,
quite aa much so as? the tie question.
and that in his opinion ths pole ques
tion win oe soivea along tne line or
using reenforced concrete a great deal
easier and quicker than the tie question
will be settled along that line. The
Fort Wayne road haa ordered lta engl-
leers (O maxe an renewals along that
lne with concrete poles.
Wallace Marshall, a La Favette In
diana engineer, has given the matter a
great deal of thought and has made some
experiments which were attended with
satisfactory results. Me tells of a pole
SS feet long which ha made and after
ward out to a severe test and found
that it stood a hoiisontal strain of
75 pounds before showing any signs
Exhaustive tests and experiments
nave Deen maae Dy tne engineering de-
fartments ofseveral eastern roads with
he result tfltu a 5-foot cement pole
can be made in large quantities for
about 17 apiece, which la about the cost
of the best cedar poles after they have
Deen maae reaay xor use.
.The Pittsburg. Fort Wayne and Chi.
eago division of the Pennsylvania rail
road is at present experimenting with
the use of concrete- poles for Its tele
graph aervlce. In the fall of 106 this
company baa a mile or the poles erected
on their right of way near Maples, In
diana, In order to test them out in ac
tual .service. .......
-JEW STEEL BRIDGE
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Executive Board Approves
' Grand "Avenue, Structure
Across Sullivan's Gulch;
The Grand avenue steel bridge across
Sulllvas's gulch was accepted yesterday
by the executive board from the Inter
national Contracting company, -the, final
consideration for the work being $61.-
08S.27. The original contract price was
S61.I7. - The Portland Railway. I.leht
ft Power company pays for a large por
tion of the structure, and the I6.81S.7I
extra expense will be -nearly all borne
by the streetcar company on account of
alterations made lor la
Following are the bh
made for laying trscks.
Ids for street im-
installed, the walls tinted and the en.
tire building re-wired. The seating ca-1 ness.
!"Vl nuw nwrai w. hfet ween
l.Koo snd (3,000 was expended in the
approvements. , - . . ' . ,
WORK TO BEGIN SOON
too. having fallen off consider
ably during the past few weeks, al
though cutters aro still quoting the
prices of . the early part of , summer
when the demand waa brisk. '
Following is a 'list of vessels that
have cleared with lumber for Callfor-
rV Vflir t)T7TT TiTVnl nla pons durlng.the month snd the
Ul -MjV lUlLJJiiSUol9u-ntlly carried - in feet: schooner
, I King Cyrus. 900.000: steam 'schooner.
. , IJobart Poulsen, 400,000; steam-schoon-
Iouls Oerllnger and Mrs. Burkhart er Jomits.,. 300,000; steam schooner
who are preparing to erect business I Excelsior. 630. dour steam schooner Au-
rioiiaes on the quarter-block at the I rella, 870,000; steam schooner R. 1. In
southwent corner of Kecond and Alder I man, ' 76,000; steam schooner Daisy
streets have agreed on a party wall. I Freeman, 162,100: steam schooner Jo-
nan fou mem 4tu,uuo; stesm sonooner
Nome City. 000,000; steam schooner Ex
celsior, (50,000. Total. 4.022.200 feet
. . '.; X-urgs Shipment of Ties,
The foreign business was good, in
fact, fully up to the average, in that
ll.63.d7 feet were set afloat for for
eign ports. The greater percentage of
this lumber- went to China snd Japan,
one-fourth of It, or S,6J,t00 feet going
to Australia. . Following are the for
eign shipments for the month of Au
guwt: Norwegian steamer Henrlk Ibsen, for
Shanghai 86.000 feet; British steamer
Maori King, for Shanghai, S,10,2SJ
feet: German steamer Nlcomedia, for
Hongkong sn4-way ports. 278,604 tt;
Norwegian steamer Thyra for Hankow
and way ports, 1,149,900 feet;. Nor
wegian steamer Mathilda. for Fre
roantle. Anslralta. ,B2,K0..feet; Ameri
can ateamer JLyra, f"r La Tloca. Pane
ma. 1,.60 feet. The total value of
theae- shipments amounted to I1U3.128.
The outlook for the foreign market U
said to be fair.
and conat ruction work en the two build
ings will begin as soon as the sites
are cleared off. The Oerllnger bullj
Jng la to be five st.trles In height, but
the details of the Kurkhart structure
have not been settled yet.
: I ARSIIALL RESIDEXEE
TO BE REMODELED
Th lirs-e realdence at Klghleenth and
1 n i.i street, owned by the Misses
irnhHil. la to be remodeled and made
I' l l a '-ron apartment houae. A r
iiitet U. '. Kulaliton Is preparing
l-.,i j.lara fr iU pr"posed alterations
i.l eniarremeril. The building will
he inoderriu.-il In e-ery partli-ular. Sdme
. I i M..H..I exi-Mvut 'i it and maaonry
e.Mic ul be rie.,Mjry to.rarry , out
S movement opened by the board yeater
4y: Hpyt from Third to Fourth St. Helena
Ctusrrv com Dan v. 17.077.17.
Clinton from Hannaford to Haver-.
akam-i fitevena Bros., f .1.813.47: Keenan
Upos: $J.884.; Glebisch A. Joplln, 3,.
Bl ..VS. . ...
K'Tabor avenue from Clinton to Division
Hievjin ros.. ix.zjs.is; Keenan Bros.,
l..vi.ti. -. . . .- .
Tabor javenue Stevens Broa, 13.
117.60;. Keenan Bros., 13.H7.48.
BAKER COMPANY f
(Jenraal Btwtil Serrlre
Salem. Or., Aug. 11. The Baker
Amusement company of Portland filed
articles of Incorporation with ths secre
tary of state yesterday. The lncorpor
a tors are George I Baker, Calvin
Helllg, Milton W. Seemen and John F.
Logan. This is a theatre company. The
capital stock is 14.000. - .
The First Trust eV Savings bank of
Klamath Falls. Oregon, was ineorpor
sted by W. I. Vswter. George K. Mn.fley,
George P. Lindley, George T. Baldwin,
O. W. White, K. Denton and O. W.
Slmeua The capital stock ia 126,000.
John Deere . Bow Company
Will Erect Big Brick
v."; V 'v;".' Structure. -
GREAT GROWTH IN
. , JOBBING. INDUSTRY
Quarters Erected Five Tears Ago,
Believed Ample for Long Period
of Tear. Quickly Outgrow a --
Warehouse District Expands ,
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That ths John Deer Flow company
win aooo begin the erection, of a six or
seven-story building covering the half
block fronting East Yamhill atreet be
tween Eaat First and East Second la
Imply additional evidence of the huge
proportions te which Portland's jobbing
trade has grown In the past three or
four years. When the frame building
occupied by that company was built five
years ago. It was thought ample to meet
the business requirements for many
years to come; but according to Mana
ger Robert Darrow, the company's busi
ness has tnoreased so rapidly that addi
tional room must be had without delay.
- The building to be erected by this
company will -cost about 1100,000, and
construction work will begin on It with
in the next few weeks. ' , . '
It Is planned to have the walls of the
frame building occupying the site moved
in a few feet, so that the walls of the
proposed structure may wo up without
seriously interfering with the dally busi
ness operations of the company. This
Is the fourth big implement and hard
ware Jobbing house that has found it
necessary within the past six months to
make arrangements for largely In
creased quarters. The ethers were the
Mitchell. Lewis St Staver company, now
building a loo by zoo-root tour-story
brick atructure on East Morrison street:
the Msrshall-Wells company, which haa
ust purchased two blocks in ths North
Portland warehouse district, on which
it Is proposed to put up two large build
ings, and the Honeyman Hardware com-
any which has just occupied tne lour
on floors of the Falling building, at
Fifth and Alder streets, as an annex to
their large business structure at Fourth
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America, However, Puts J
Portland Cement to ar
! More Practical Uses! C
HUGE WATER FILTERS
CONSTRUCTED IN EAST
. Architects, contractors ."and home-builders br usina J
T A t J J . I . ' a . , . .
ui nuiu mauc gooas are malting an . invcaLracni ior tae
future prosperity of their chosen city.
Investigate our line before sending to mother dtiea and
countries.- . ;-,- ;. , -:.- .x- -i r
' - The making of chandeliers necessitates the employment
of a large staff of expert workers in metal as well as the
services of designers and artists. A visit . to 1 our factory
would show you one, of the most interesting industries on
the Pacific coast. , ':-
SHOW ROOMS 408, 410, 412 MORRISON STREET NL
. FACTORY 168 ELEVENTH STREET - 1
' , TELEPHONES M. 122 AND A4154.
Most Daring Usage to .Which Mate- J
rial I- Put Today Is in Bridge $
Building and , Viaduct - Construe. I ft4 MMtMM(MMMMMMI
While It is a notable fact that the
use of reenforced concrete did not orig
inate in this country, having been well
established In Europe before we Amer
icans realised Its real value in all sorts
of construction work, still, as an 1d-
stance of how quickly the American
builder ' will take advantage of. and
profit by, every valuable European In
novation, it s a well known fact that
construction engineers and1 builders, on
this side of the Atlantic, are employing
MatcHlesSs Steel Plate
Y-?-:f : Furnace W1 ,V Aii
Simple In construction. , v
Ouaxanteed perfectly smoke, dust and
n - . i- ---.true. I Sas proof.
wuau4t4 uvuivuk v v - I - A 4 I4 M .
Uon which have not been attempted by ,uf"r "
the Europeans. . , V I The tile-lined Are pot insures great
- Oomerete TUtratloa riaalu I durability sad economy In repairs.
-a - th. int.r.ti-- naaa to I More direct; and .indirect radlatlne
Which reenforced concrete has been put I surface than contained in furnaces f
in this country was the construction of I any other style of construction.
a huge filtration plant for the municipal I All surfaces are curved, which pre-
wator plant or Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, venis tne oucxung 01 tne steel, or the
Here one of the largest filtering plan fa Ore cracking of the castings. - . .
in the world has been constructed el- The heating surfaces throughout are
most entirely of cement. There are it perpendicular and unbroken, 'presenting
sand filtering- basins, each equal to no obstruction to the free circulation of
snout one acre in area, xney are con-i me neatea air,
structed of Dlain concrete floors, col
umns and covera. Water Is brought to
these filtration basins from- the Alle
gheny - river through 1 -concrete con
duits, four feet in diameter. The con
crete covering over the encloaed filter
beds Is heavily reinforced at all points
liable to stnUn, making the construction
s-a a whole, a piece of uniform work
that Is a model and well designed piece
of engineering of large magnitude.;
v important Mrtagm aauaing.
But It is to modern bridge building
to which we must turn to find the most
daring uses to which cement has been
Rut as a construction material, anere
i lust now being finished In the Dis
trict of Columbia a bridge over Rock
creek which will rank as the largest
concrete- bridge in" the world. - Up to
this time, the bridge over the Big Muddy
river on tne line or tne Illinois central
railway has been the admiration of en
gineers engaged In concrete bridge con
struction, but this structure is only
about one fifth the else of that under
going finishing touches on the outskirts
of Washington city.
In many respects the new Rock creek
bridge stands in a class by Itself when
compared with other bridges either in
this country or in Europe. . Nowhere
haa an attempt been made to build ao
great a numbvr of arches and of- such
great length itad slse ss those In the
Both the body and. the. radiator are
constructed of extra heavy steel plate, "
oloselv riveted and . caulked and war J
Extra Urge casings - provide
pee air apace, preventing the over
m tfiA a .
heating of the furnace and insuring a
. . 1 wuy warmee air.
The feed door and ash pit doors are
a- propomona ana Closely nttea.
regulator, chain and pulleys for regu
lating the fire from the hall or living
room, and are easily managed by the
Such were the points briafli
ucn were ina eftinu n-fAi.-
ror consideration by J. J. Kadderlv '
when eeen in his salesrooms this morn
ing at 10 Flrat atreet, next to the
O. W. P. waiting rooms. . ,
-mis an ' ere i
: lv i .-IB,..
t pol.i,iious; vapors
AECHITECT-WILL ' .
. BUILD NEW II0ME
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Arehttect P. ' Chsppell Rrowne has
been cohvmlssloned by Z. Swett to draw
plana for a seven-room resldonce with
basement to be erected at Nineteenth
and Northrup streets.
The contract for Ardhlteft J.'- O.
tTren's residence, to be erected on East
Eleventh street, between Tillamook
snd Hancock, has been awsrdnd to
Pavla & Cohh. The cost of this im
provement will be about IS, 000. -
preferred gtoek Caused Seefa ' '
Alleo at Lewis' bt UracuL
(Soedat DUoateh te Tta J intL
Prlnevllle. Or.. Aug. II. The new
Methodist church that Is being erected
here - to replace the one destroyed by
fire about a year ago, la rapidly nearlng
completion. The new structure is of
a thoroughly modem - model, of ' hand
some exterior ana large enougn to ac
commodate the congregation most com
assembly room, there Is a Sunday school
room, supplemented , with seven class
rooms arranged about on .three sides
of ths Sunday school room.'. This room
Is about 30 teet square ana will be ar
ranged in such manner that It can be
connected . with -the assembly . room
roper- in times when, additional seat-
Besides a large and well arranged
ina- snace Is needed.
' The new building will be seated with
Individual opera chairs. When com
pleted it will cost about 14,600. -
BUILDING NOTES -
: ; ' OF SCAPP00SE
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(Special Dlapatck te The Itinill
Soappooae, Or., Aug. II. Building is
going tip and more are to be built soon.
more active, now than at any time this
season. A number of buildings
Watts eV Price will soon begin work
on a nsw sawmill west of town.
It Is reported the directors of the
school will not build a new schoolhouse
this fall, but will try to secure the use
of Que chapel for the high school. If
the clsss Is large enough to Justify It,
and continue to use the old school this
year for the common branches.
The ChTian timber company Is
building aNvatch tower and putting a
semaphore at the rroaalng of the North
ern Pacific and P. S. W. rail road a
The company has ever ISO graders st
work on Its main line. It Is cutting and
delivering a large number of logs.
of concrete- and without steel framing
unport the mass or weignt. tacn or
the five main arches of the Washington
bridge is 1 feet in lengtn and tne
bridge at the highest point is 169 feet
above the bed of the Rock creek gorge.
Over 100,000 barrels of Portland cement
were used in the construction of the
Driage. . . . . .--
Wonderful Concrete Tiadoot. -.
Another engineering wonder that has
Just been completed, into which concrete
entered largely aa a construction ma
terial, is the new MO 0-foot viaduct con
necting Kansas City, Missouri, and Kan
sas City, Kanaaa. There are over 100
steer piers supporting ths roadway, each
of which rests on a concrete pedestal.
The asDhalt roadway is laid on a-re
enforced concrete base. There were 711
concrete -piles, averaging 10 feet In
length, driven into - the ground as a
foundation for the pedestals. All told
there was sza.ooo cublo yards or con
crete used in the structure. Govern
ment engineers in . -e United States
lighthouse - service are preparing to
aaopt tne use oi concrete in iigntnouse
construction. France has Just com
pleted a lighthouse on the Mediterranean
coast, entirely of concrete, which la the
first structure .of this kind to be built
wholly of that material.
Major McKlnley, engineer in charge of
the lighthouse district of California,
with headquarters at 8an Francisco, hss
recommended reenforced- concrete for all
lighthouse construction and much v of
the Repair work, te be done In his dis
Concrete Oardea Seats.
Concrete garden seats are becoming
MADE IN PORTLAND
Do 'you -know that 75 per cent of the price you pay for
chandeliers is represented in labor? This Ls nof the only,
reason why vou should ' purchase chandeliers made by us.
Another good reason is that they cost no more than eastern
goods. Furthermore, our designs and workmanship cannot
be surpassed by the best eastern factories, and our fixtures
come to you fresh from the factory and not scratched through
shipment. We are manufacturing gas and combination
fixtures for some of the most important new buildings of the
M. J. WALSH CO.
311 Stark St, Bet. Fifth and Sixth
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TDE HIAN vno
Always buys at the store where he has
te spend the least for the best values.
That la why the economical always buy
their HARDWARE! AND TOOLS at this
tore. We always have the latest and
best that Ls made and sell at the lowest
prteea. , , . -
AVERY & CO.
4S Third St, BeL Pine snd Asb
very DODUlar in the eastern atatea Rome
very attractive designs are found In re
cent-, numbers of Cement World.
TH E AD AM ANT CO.'S
KU WUL nimtl in the-best "CSOWV '.''j
MMAMO" (nalr-flbered). 4- , '
WOOD- F1BRE3 PUsiSTER 1
FTN1SHINO PLASTER (nnflbered), ,
Oflos, WoroeeWr Bulldl-g. rhome Kala na. X '
' ' acwry. Fee, of 14th . Fhone KaU tide.
Everything from the plain slab with two
upright supports to elaborately carved
and moulded seats resembling a Daven
port sofa or a seml-clrculsr hall aeat
Another use in ornamentlna- the nr.
a en; to wnicn cement is Deing put, ls in
sun dial. In fact
the uses that may be made of this vat
uable material, and ss its durability aa
wen aa its aoapiiointy is Detter under
stood and appreciated. Its field of use-
THE J. McCRAKEW COMPANY
Roch Harbor Llmf Alen Portland Cmnt:
Tw-V s ' attia .a -sB-rtr .v
theri'ta no end" to VS&J2feWJlS I!a,r A"""' Steel Stiddlnfc
II" l inniwi-lMl"i"iiini Diw MUI, DVIWH OIWX SSSUU XITn.
83i-aaa wm mTMxsT. . -t Fhoae Main a70 FOKTZ&jro, omaoov.
PE0GRESS OX CROOK
(Special Blapatck ts The JoorsaU)
Prlnevllle, 'Or.. Aug. IlThe base
ment of the new -Crook county, court
houae Is practically completed. A con
tract for this part of the structure was
let oy tne county court to be completed
this fall-and the remainder of the build
ing will be completed next spring, after
the tax levy for 1901 haa been made. I
The basement Is of gray stone quar
ried aoout a mue west or tnis place, is
11 feet In height, all above ground, and
haa three solid stone approaches. The
dimensions of the ground -Dlan are
7i by 107 feet. The basement contains
three large vaults and the JalL
The remaining stories will he IT and
14 feet, respectively, according to the
plans. They will be of brick with gray
stone trimmings. The contract price
for the basement complete was 117,000
and for the building it Is estimated it
win be not less than 160,000. .
UXMH TOM BA-trUL
Portland Asbestos Mfg. Co.
Office and Salesroom, 272 Cllsan Street
fx on acAur nss
CITY IRON WORKS
- BLACKSMITHS, MACHINISTS, BOILERMAKERS
Tanks, Sawdust, Conveyers, Hydraullo Pipe, Orating, Iron Doors, Fire Escapes,
General Repairing. - .
wow, 301 rmo-rr m. , omTXA-rp, omiipoir. .
Repair .Work Given Prompt Attentionrounders, Machinists and Boilermakers,
..', . Building and Structural Work. - .
k : PHOENIX IRON WORKS
EM Ail ft MbhS
Scappoose Man Hurt In "-tnnawav.
' (Speelil Dlipatok s Tks oars.L -BcaDDOoae.
Or.. Aug. Sl Samuel Ad
ams, an aged resident of this place,
waa thrown from his wagon, in a runa
way and run over. One arm and two
ribs were broken and it la feared be Is
Office and Works, -Kawthone
A venae and Bast
Phone Eaat te.
Phones: Main 181; Home A-IHL
THE LUTKE MFi. CO.
Kaaaf aernrers el
Bank and Store Fixtures
JCoyt aa guth rta.
A cargo of J. B. White & Bros, English Cement Just arrived. TJsed en the" S
Chamber of Commerce and other well-known buildings In Portland.', . . T
. oxo. b. Sutra , co-
in Madison tn. -: , Irortlaad, Oregua
A. T. SAMUELS.
W. VT. BAN80M. .
The Electrical Appliance Co.
W1L1, DO TOUR WIRINO AND INSTALL. TOUR LIGHT. FIXTURES WITH
i . , OUT ANT AFTKR TROUBLES. ,' , -
490 Washington St,. Phones M 4834 and A 3S31