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THIS OREGON DAILY JOURNAL. PORTLAND, MONDAY EVENING; ' SEPTZZT!?rZVt 3. 1SQ7.
Is a Mighty Fcor Ttlr tb Bade ca-Bn't Suppose Bat Ereiyfcdy Knows YoarYftnts,'
-tat Actually Enow. Bat, Bey lew - hy Placing a "Want" "Ad. In - tbc Journal;-Ac-knbwIcdgcd-fHomc
Paper9' 'of Portland -2nd Oregoa.: Guaranteed Circulation Bally Oyer
San Tuncisco Office
789 ttarket.St,bet. 3d6r 4th
. CMUetXMB MOWTIB. '
' Oregonlsns when tn Sen Francisco
run have their mall sent la car of
The Journal offlc
ARTHUR I FISH. Representative.
-room house, strictly modern. Thla
1s a beauty for tha money; on block
from carline; a"t front; -corner lot.
60x100; terma Phone,E6404.
Cause and Lot for $66
Wi will give an absolute tltla to a lot
60x160 fwt, with a 7-room house there
on, which today cannot .be duplicated
for leae than 31.250, and with the lot aa
it now atanda the property la eaally
worth fl.500. The property la located
on the WHt Side, In Portland proper, on
the Oregon Electric Railway line, and la
one of the cholcent piece on Capitol
HilL Call at the office to Inquire about
thla; do not write, aa w ahall not sji-
- cotTespondeneer- -
(Messy & Smith
401 XoXay Sldf , Third aad Stark mm.
. Portland and vlclnltyv Fair tonight.
Tuesday, fair and cooler. Northerly
' winds. '
feince Saturday a high pressure area
. haa moved from the north Pacific coast
to the upper Missouri valley. It haa
caused dry northeasterly winds In the
north ' Pacific at a tea, with unusually
warm weather. The maximum tempera
ture yesterday in Portland was ninety
degrees, which la the hie heat Septem
ber temperature In the last fifteen
yrara and only once in the history of
the nation haa this record Deen exceed-,
rd, and that waa on September 11th,
1886, when It waa ninety-three deareea.
In marked contrast to thla hot weather
the temperatures were aufficlently low
to cause frost in portions of Montana,
the iJakotas. and northern Minnesota.
A shallow low pressure area overlies
the Iake rerlon, and Tain has fallen In
northern Texaa. Oklahoma, and the
northeastern states. The barometer is
relatively low over California and Art
sona, but no rain haa fallen la that sec
tion. ' '
The Indications are for fair weather
Jn this district tonight and Tuesday. It
will be warmer east of the Cascade
mountains and probably cooler Tuesday
tn western Oregon and eastern Wash
ington. . .. . :
''.; Max. Mia Preclp.
Boston, Mass. .....71 , 0 .04
Chicago, 111. .......71 Bf .0
Kansas City. Mo. ..Tl r ' tl r .0
New York, N. Y, A.,.. T4 ! CI ... .X
Nome, Alaska ......41 40 .01
maha. Neb. 01 61 . T.
1'hiladelpbra. Pa,, . .70 j . , .01
1'hoenlx, Aria. ..l.lOt ' 71 .0
Pittsburg, Pa. 71 :: II .04
Portland. Or. ,,....10 61 - .0
8t Louis, Mo. .....74 00- " ' .0
St. Paul, Minn. .,. . 44 .0
Washington, U. C. i.ll ' " ' .0
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Henry J. and Mary F. Donner- -burg
to Jennie M. Kramer, lots
1 and 1, block 12. first addition -to
Hoi lad ay Park addition.
W. D. .....,.... 1,700
Joseph M. Healy and Walter J. .
: Burns, trustee, to Joseph Noli, .
lota 1 and I. block , Waver
lelgh HeighU addition, W. D., 150
Cement Block company to Mich
ael O'Brien, lots 11, XI and II,
Melrln, W. D. 10,500
M. and Kate Rlckert to W. ). and
, Jane O. Thompson, northeast --'-r
4 of the northeast of sec-,
tlon - 11, - township 1 south, --range
4 eaat; alao southeaat hi '
of southeast U of section 1.
towrshlp 4 south, range 4 east,
agreement : 4.T60
Mary E. Buahong Booth and
Robert Booth to R. L. Zeller et
a I., eaat of lots 1 and 1,
block JJJ, East Portland.
W, Dt a a e a s SaSOO
Gilford Terry to James r. Mo-.,
Gulre. weat H of lot 10. block
- l.-subdlvlalon lot "C" IS, Pat
ton tract W. D .... .......... . 100
Sycamore Real Estate company -
. to William Hull, lots 11 and
11. block 1, Kern Park, 8.
W. V. 150
Claude D. and Llla K, Starr to '
E. E. Merges et al,, same aa
described above, S. W. D 100
J. R. and Alice t- Glllls to J. N.
- Elton, lot , block I. Barrett's
addition. W. V 1,821
Jane O. and W. J. Thompson to .
M. Rlckert. lot 17. block 1,
Reservoir Park. W. D (70
Oliver and Hannah Anderson to
, Nellie Blavln. lot 11. block 1.
and west 10 feet of lot 16.
block 1, Edendale addition, W. '
Charlea and Elisabeth Geppert to
Alex and Mary A. Altken, lot '
.11, block 118, Balch'a addition.
1 Wr. I. , 4,000
William and Annie Reldt to Alex
and Mary A. Altken, lot 13,
oiocg sis, oaicns addition. W
. XL' 1 1 1 1 a m a rA V VI a 1. T3 l
, -a. ... a. -U-M im DIRIU- .
' ard to Lena Jolxapfel. lot 11,
block T, Terminus addition, W.
U. ................ U.I00
Percy H. and Mary Augusta
Rlyth to Security Savings
" Trust company, lota 1 and 2, ' :
block 17, Willamette .Heights
addition. 8. W. D. 4,500
Arleta Land company - to Plor- '
, ence V. Oroce, lot 5, block 4. '
Elberta, 8. W. t....... -.S-- 1T5
John M. Lilsberg to Ollse M.
I. Ushers, lota t and , block i.
Mountain View Park addition, ' :
quit claim deed HI
Nora A. and William Hoas to
George Welsensee, loU 1 and 8,
blrK-k 14. Lincoln Park annex,
warranty deed .........,,,, ISO
Title Ouarantee and Trust Co. to
Henry and Barbara K. Schats, .-
lot , block 7. Weat Piedmont,
Kettle L. . Palmer -to Harvey ,
Northrup. lot 14, block 17, Sell-"
wood, warranty deed. ...,.... 100
H- Kenneth Biekford. executor, to
Charles A. and Walter C. Bret
111. lots 12. I and 4. block 1,
lirlckford Park, Fruitvale, war
ranty deed , : 00
C. I. d KdTth A. Brun to J. M.
Ptrowlirldfre, south 100 feet of ,
lots 7 and 8, block 10, John Irv
Ing'a first addition. S. W. L... 1.000
ilr. Frank SiMVln to Oliver and
Jiannah- Anderson, lot 4, block
1. tilenroe Park, warranty desd 1,100
JTans and Marv Larsen to Cor-
t.eihis and Asta Tonseth, Hs
end i. hlork 5, Iiraon's addl- .
I(. n. warranty d.-'-d 1,475
I,. C. an.l Koe N. Hi over to Bd
1 ft Hotffnmtlr. WrtTf 15
t ,l 1 and noiih 'j of lot 2,
l.lofk 1. City View Park, war
I il.tv .feed 2.000
J. A H'i.1 Florence K. I'ettlt it
lir riut 'M-r. lot 12. Holly,
..-...t, wsr- nlr 1. el tat
A "red and f i'.iiei't., Tliompaon
i ir"n Iiiiff. 1 ts 3 ond
1 1 -k 4. 1 li'n.oti a addition
tj l.is,,..i.i, Biiu'.'y ticed... 109
. REAL JESTATH TRANSFERS
Harriott and C C. Osier to Anton,
Bviaui In 11 Hollywood, war
ranty deed 550
Rlvervlew Cemetery association
to George Shearer,' lot If, ifc.
- tlon 101 aald cemetery, war
ranty deed .", 100
Justin J. and Sophia M. Leevltt
to A. M. Barber. Jot It. block 2. ,
, Cloverdale Tract. warranty
Monemla 8. James to Mra. A.
Lltch work, lot 1. block 1. Ken
wood Park, warranty deed...,, . 100
Charlea A. Myera to T. 8. McDan
- iel, lota 6. 6, 7. 8, , 10, 11, 11,- -14.
15. 14. 17. and IS. block 112.
Bellwood. S. W. D. 1.050
Herbert W. and Llsxle M. Nltter.
to Richard and Mary . Walsh,
lota 0 and 10. block 15. Colum
bia hetxhts. w&rrantr deed LI60
joeepn M. Heaiy to w. L. Mor-
fan, west e reel or iota t ana
, and eaat 24 feet.of lot I.
block 101 Eaat Portland, war
rants deed 11.000
Crescent . Land Co. to Georgia A... ...
H-.h I.. AAA. IX Af 1 1-1. M inn '
west 11 hi feet of lot . block
. 4.' Keystone addition, warranty , .
deed .............. I . . 1.150
Joseph Ij. Turner to jsusaoetn
firirrifn. lot a. moca a. n. h.
Shops addition, warranty deed 1.500
OR ABSTRACTS. TITLE INSUR
a nee or mortgage loana. call on Pacific
Tine at xruac to., .v-B-e-f railing -lag.
GET TOUR INSURANCE AND All-
streets to real aetata from the Title
Guarantee A Truat Cix, 140 Washington
at., cor. ltd. - ,
IT.... X.- Thftwnmm l.rtal. M T"l
10 : Alice J. DeGraf f, i.
TnmH- Tstuir u Q I ..la. fw II May
Johnson, 21. . - . " t '
John A-arson, Astoria, vr, i; noprjia
Weddins Card a W. G. Smith Co-
Washington bldg., corner 4th and wash-
in n ton BtS.
Weddlna cards the bast 100 for 14.
Aivm a. naw.. . iq at.
Tonaeth A Co.. florlsu. for flowers ol
aW-wt-Hievwa M t.
Clarke Broa. Florists i'lne flowers
ana norai aeaigna i Morrison st.
Full drees suits for rent, all aises.
Pnlque Tailoring Co.. 100 Stark st
BIRTHS - v
WINKS To Mr. end Mrs. W. C, Wlnka
Sept. I. 1007. a boy.
JEFF ERSON Sept l to Mr. and Mra
John Jefferson, , 811 E. llth SV. a
B1KI Sept 4. to Mr. and Mra. John
Bird, 6S0 5th st. a daughter.
HARRISON Sept. , to Mr. snd Mrs.
C. W. Harrison, 401 N. 26th sU, a
son. ' "
FERGUSON Sept. 4, ' John Ferguson,
.aged 17 years, at Astoria; softening
of brain. . ,
MEKHAN Sept. t, John P. Meehan,
aged 18 years, 6S2 N. 17th St.; cere
bral hemorrhage. .
LELAHU NT dept. 6, Baby Delahont,
aged 11 days, 161 Tillamook; gastro
enteritis. CLARK Sept 4, Ines C ' Clark,' aged
I years, I months and 22 days, at
Baletn; gastritis. -
NIT8CH In this city at the family rest.
an a4 ft ? . V.at 1 1 K a ,
Llaaiete, daughter of A d and Louisa
Nltach, aged 8 years, 10 months and 22
MAX M. SMITH. FLORIST, 160 6TH
St., opp. Meier r yrank a Main 7116.
DUNNING. M'ENTEH GILBAUGH,
undertakers and embalmcrs: modern
in every detalL Seventh and Pine. Mala
4B. irfoy assistant - -
fcRlCSON UNDERTAKING CO, AND
embalming. 400 Alder st Main
lisa. .-say aasistant
J. P. FINLEY ft SONS. ID AMI) MaI.
son sts. Ofoce . of , county coroner.
none Main .
A. a HEMSTOCC FUNERAL 151
rector. Eaat llth and Umatilla. Phone
Bellwood 71. Lady assistant
rectors, embalmera, iit Russell. Bast
1088. Lady assistant
EDWARD M6LMAN. . UWli-CliTAatkik.
t:o id st
RIVER VIEW SINGLE GRAVES, 810:
family lots. 10x16, 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. Ladd. president
ROSE CITY SINGLE URA V ES, llff
family lots, 126 to 175. Superintend
ent at cemetery, corner of Fremont st
and Cully road. Phone Tabor 208. For
full Information apply to Frank Schlegel,
401 Commercial blk. Phone Main 1821.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
United States, for the district of Ore
gon. In the matter of the Paclflo Burial
Case Co., Involuntary bankrupt For
aaie to the nigneat hiaaer lor cash, the
entire stock of the Paclflo Burial Caae
Co., Including caaketa, ahella, rough
boxea. machinery, fixtures, tools and all
materials. Any and all bids must be
sealed and accompanied by 10 -per cent
thereof In cash or a certified check,
which amount is to.be forfeited In case
the bidder fails to comply with - the
terms of .hie bid after acceptance. The
right to reject any and all bids Is to
be reserved, and said sale Is to be
made subject to the approval of the
court All bids must be In by 10 a. m.
on Tuesday, September 17. 1907. Inven
tory and itemised list of the property
may be seen at my office, 401 Aider
V '' E. E. ERICKSON,
Trustee of Paclflo Burial Case Co. In
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL RECEIVE
aealed bids far a stock of groceries
of the Inventory value of 11,4.7.12 to
gether with fixtures and a horse and
wagon, 11,654, located at llth and Mor
rison sts.. Portland Or- up to 12 o'clock
noon of Wednesday, September 11,
.,07, ' ; " .
A cash deposit of 10 per cent or
amount offered must accompany ench
bid and the right is reserved to reject
any and all bids. Inventory and stock
may be inspected on application. R. L.
8ahln, T 1st St.. Portland, Or., Dated
Beptember 7, l"7.
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL RECEIVE
seeled bids until 12 O'clock, noon, or
Tuesday, Beptember 10, 1007. for a
stock of drygoods of the Inventory val
uation of lf,603.2. together with fix
tures of 1177.00.- located at no. .o
Morrison St., Portland, Or.-
A check lor to per cent or ins amount
offered must accompany each Bid and
the right Is reserved to reject any and
all bids. Inventory and property may
Da seen on application.
,. R. L: 8ABIN,
No. T. 1st St., Portland. Or.
Deted September 4, 107.
HARMONY LODGE. NO. 12.
Ar- F. A. M. Stated com
munication this (Monday)
evening at 7:10 o'clock. Work
In the E. A. degree'.
, Visitors are cordially In
vited. . t
W. M. DH LIN. Secretary.
M. W, A. EVERGREEN P. 6.44
ateeta Wednesday- evntag.--Aitaky
bldg.. Id end Morrison eta
-4. W. A. OREGON GRAPE CAMP NO.
1.071. Mondays. 17th and Marshall.
Ill 8IXE88 NOTICES
INVENTIONS BOimilT ANU BOLD.
Covenant Contract Co- 4.7 FUsJoer
bldg. Main itL .
L C HENRICH8EN CO.. JEWELERS.
and opticians. 14 Washington st
COMMERCIA L ANt SOClETfTRINT-
lng Eaat Hide Printing Co-, 14 Union
sve. East 490. B-1888.
NEW FICTION LIBRARY, 111 10TU
St. j books loaned at 1 cents the day.
LOST AND FOUND.
FOUND A PLACE TO HAVE HAIR
- mattresses renovated and returned
same day. Ill Front st Main 474.
Portland Curled-Hair Faotory. H. M -.laser,
LOST ENGLISH SETTER DOO. 14
months old. white, tan-colored ears,
spot on each aide. . Return to Til Pet
ty grove and receive reward 110. Phone
Lost EiNdLisri setter, rather
small, white body, slightly ticked,
black and white head, leather collar;
liberal reward. Ed parsons, ut ADing-
ton bldg. Phone Main zo.o.
LOST MASONIC, BANGLE PIN; RB-
wara. a-ouo. journal.
Cost X pocket book in the mil-
ner building, or near It, with my nams
lrid address, with many articles and an
Oregowucrs club .membership ticket
In it; also a sum of money. Flndor
pleass return , to room 10, ISO H Mor
rison St., Dr. Mackle, and receive re
Cost female brJndI.14 bULLd63
with Ms earaand tall clipped. Return
to bvz AiDina ave. Kewara.
HELP WANTED MALE
Stave Bolt Cutters Wanted
$1-50 per cord, timber yel
low fir, apply R. 306 Stearns
trig.. Portland, Oregon
1 for firemen and brakemen during niah
aeaaon on leading railroada here In the
weat ana on new ines oeing eompieiea:
exnertenoe -unneceasarr: firemen. 1100
monthly, become engineers, 1200; Drake
men, S0. become conductors, 1160.
Many ooaltlona now ooen. Write at
once for particular National -Railway
Training Ass'n. Oil Paxton blk., Omaha,
Neb. or tlf central biag nansaa city,
' Several men . of good address can
make big money, first-class proposition;
no trouble to explain; good men given
splendid territory. Call on general
manager, room 212 8 wetland bldg-, cor.
6th and Washington sts.
Wanted salesmen; many Make
1100 to 1160 per month; some even
more; stock clean, grown oa-reservation,
far from old orchards; cash ad
vanced weekly; choice of territory. Ad
dress Washington Nursery Ca- Top-
Union Hotel v
II N. SIXTH ST, PORTLAND, OR."
a.u.-.l-n...I..ll, KAa w.a a .a.-
r.J.niViv uwi, m, a it , wmiwm , t
11.60 ner week: room. 26o and up: spe
cial monthly rates given. - Anderson,
iSlN AND ( BOYS " WANTED, TO
learn plumbing, plastering, bricklay
ing. Day and night clasaea. Free cat
Positions secured. io book learning.
Coyne Trade School, 230-240 Ith st.
Han f rancisco ana ww ior
WE SECURE POSITIONS FOR OUR
members: anaclal membershin . 12.
z. m. a.
WANTED NO. i SALESMEN AND
solicitors for best proposition-ever
made to both, agent and public. Call
after T p m.. New Occidental hotel.
Room' 1 1 z. TP. Kramer.
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED. AX
handle man. one that thoroughly un
deratands the business and can make
patterns, etc.; also a No. 1 finisher of
handles; also man for bolter. Charles
, i - . a .-II..
nul l, liiwiiasp. .ii'i v..
MEN WANTED AT KERN'S BRICK-
yard;, brick wheelers ana common la-
Dorera is. 84tn ana iinamoon sta
EXPERIENCED FRAME MAKER AND
bench hand. Portland Bash A Door
Co., E. Taylor snd Union ave.
WOOD MTCCH1NE HAND WANTED. AT
171 Front st - N
WANTED BOTS FOR GOOD Posi
tions in candy department Paclflo
Coast Biscuit Co, 12th and Davis sta
EXPERIENCED LADIES' TAILOR. 42
Washington. J. K. Stern, ladles'
WANTED BOY OVER 18 YEARS OF
age to learn eome jraire 271 let
BOY WANTED. 16 PER WEEK TO
begin. 55 N. Front, cor, pavis.
WANTED A BARBER; GUARANTEE
115 per week. 170 N. 3d st
BOYS WANTED IN FURNITURE
faotory. Call 108 N. llth st
YOUNG MAN TO WORK IN WHOLE
sale house. D. M. AverlU Co., 102
N. 5th st
WANTED DELIVERY BOY, WITH
wheel. Jones' Book store. 201 Alder.
11.00 A MONTH PROTECTS YOUR
time against sickness or accidents.
Paclflo Aid association. Lumber . Ex.
bldx.. Portlands Orv Liberal pay to
MAN TO WORK FOR LARGE COR
poratlon; salary guaranteed; must in
vent 1 100 cash as seourtty; only hustlers
wanted. 226 Lumber Exchange bldg.
WANTED MACHINeTmEN AND CAB-Inct-makera.
Oregon Furniture Mfg.
Co.. Macadam Koaa.
ALL AROUND FURNITURE MAN TO
do the shipping; good pay to right
man. its ist at.
BOY WITH WHEEL TO DELIVER
and help about store. Fraley's, 214
WANTaib BRiorif Young' "men" 6
learn railway and commercial teleg
raphy; good wages and permanent posi
tions when competent. Oregon college,
40 commonweann Diqg.
Wanted office boy, whole?
sale hardware, good chance for a boy
that Is quick Jn. figures and can writs
gooa piain nana
WANTED RELIABLE . MAN TO
. show property and business chances:
references required: commission basis to
begin. Coast .Realty company,. 224 ft
Wanted lNTfcLLfoENf '.' t6LM
man principally for of flea work tn
fire Insurance department; experience
preferred. Hart man Thompson.
WANTED FIRST CLASS STICKER
man; none but experienced need an
ply. Portland flash A Door company.
. Tsyior anq union ave.
WANTED YOUNG BOY TO LEARN
hardware business; good chance for
advancement; moderate wages to begin
with. M-500. Journal.
BOY WITH WHEEL TO DELIVER
ani ncii i" .--. mtiuvs vi vumvi j,
wanted "kelIabLK ' s6L.CiT6r,
acquainted in city, mat can promote:
large commission snd Interest to right
party. Call room 207,. New Occidental
Wanted bids for finishing
carpenter work on 6-room cottaga
Annlv to Dr. Iwrllng. 2d and Morrison.
TOU.. MAY-HAVE APOSITION- WIT 11
i II I j n nniH -nri, iiuniiucu, laii.nj
mail clerka, letter-carriers; also poet
office cl-.-rke needed. Call In regard
to preparation. P, 8. Schools, 611 Mc-
comTVctfTnT li6(rik,feKPKn "and
stnograner. a. tt. turner .sin ana
Alder. - ' '
h E HER DIGOKlis ki.ii. HouuS
Dover (U. beside baseball park. , ,
HELP WANTED MALE
WANTED I BHOVELERS AND
teamster. Pottage, 48 CommerclaL
WANTED A CARPENTER. Ml'ST BE
' good mconanio. Gordon. 28 4th st
YOTTNO MAN TO W:ORK FOR ROOM
and board. Vegetarian cafe, 106 Ith
55V WANTED: tOOD SALARY. K.B.
crvin m t-Q., a ana Aiaer.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
Llpman, 2&olfe A Co. require expe
rienced aeatuatreaaes, cloak models and
aaleawomen in all departmenta Per
manent poaltlons at good salaries. Ap
ply to superintendent
MATURE WOMAN AS ASSISTANT TO
take management Sept 1. Apply at
once, AQQreas a.-iu, journal.
WANTED YOUNG LADIES 'tS
learn telephone operating; good salary
short hours, pay while learning, luncheon
served free of charge and lounging and
rest rooms In connection. Apply chief
operator. Telephone building, west iark
sua Aiu.r i, .
COMPETEN' GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. . 231 N. 14th. Phone Main
ana Aiaer bis,
GIRLS WANTED APPLY STANDARD
faotory No. 2, Grand ave, and East
Wanted girls to ' make FlTZ
Well shlru and Boss of All everalia
at 76 1st st. v. '
GIRLS WANTED OPERATORS TO
work on shirts and overalla Lessons
given to Inexperienced. Apply at Stand
ard factory No. I. Grand ave, and East
Taylor et. .
Hansen's LadIes' AGENci1.
Waahlnarton st corner Seventh, un
OIRL8 Witk1 fALEf VOB. bRAW
' lng, painting ana designing; gooa po
sition to right party. D. M. Avsrlll 4.
CO., 1VI JN. Din St.
WOMEN AND GIRLS WANTED, TO
work In fruit cannery. Apply at
Holmes' Canning Co, E. Ith and. Di
WESTERN EMPLOYMENT AGENCY,
fn ladies! female he In wanted. Main
827, A-2417. 610 Buchanan bldg, 284
WANTED A COMPETENT ' BOOK
keeper who can operate typewriter.
K-608, Journal '
PACKERS AND WRAPPERS: GOOD
positions, work light and clean: per
manent employment Apply candy de
partment - Paclflo Coast Biscuit Co.,
ien ana .uavis. . .
APPRENTICE OtRU Wn JalLLi-
; nery; small pay at first; gooa oppor-
tunlty to eavance. fTaiey s, tn-.n a a.
mutn t) A V. IIFT.P WlVTEh THU
Spencer Co.. ladles tailors. Shirt
waist and shirt makera . ill 10th, near
MILLINERY ORDER WORK SOLIC
ited; remodeling a speciality. 00 llth
st, near Sta rk. Phone Main, T566.
YOUNG GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE-
wurk. Call mornings. 148 N. latn st
STENOGRAPHER; SMALL WAGES TO
start Give telephone numoer. Aa-
dress 8-604. Journal.
COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. 233 N. 24th st . Main
YOUNG LAbY1 T6 KEEP BOOKS ANI
assist In office. D. M. AverlU 4k Co,
102 6th st N.
WiNtED ' tOtjNG LAbaEfl T6
learn commercial telegraphy; iso to
110 per month soon as competent Ore
gon college. 4QS uommon weann piog.
GIRLS FOR DRESSMAKING MRS,
Bt John, ill Willamette Douicvara.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORli
and cooking; 4 adults; permanent po
sit Ion; apply mornings. 440 Williams
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK
food wages, experience not requirea.
I2d st, Willamette Heights. Msln
WANTED DRESSMAKER'S IiELP
ers snd apprentlcea Mra Zeiifucbs,
Ik Washington st,
A GOOD GIRL .TO WORK IN COS
turning house. A good strong woman
to clean and mend. A good girl to do
general house work. Apply 188 Morrison.
WANTED HIGH SCHOOL GIRL TO
' help with housework; wages, Tet E
1286. 801 Clackamas st. '
WANTED COM PETENT GIRL FOR
cooking and general housework; small
family; good wages. 581 Marshall at.
EXPERIENCED TAILORES8 TO HELP
on coats: steady work, good pay. J.
K. Stem, ladles' tailor, 421 Washington.
WANTED 8 FIRST-CLASS MAKERS
pply Art Mllllnary. 401 Stearns bldg.
WANTED. BY THE 24TH OF 'THIS
month A woman for housework: two
In family; easy place; a good home for
tne right party: references requirea.
Address m-duz, journal.
WOMEN, AND. GIRLS WANTED FOR
si I classes of laundry work: good
wagea Troy Laundry Co, 201. IS.
OIRLfl WAKTED-b. it. AVBRtLL A
Co.- 102 n. otn at
COMFETENT BOOKKEEPER AND
stenographer. . w. corner itn ana
WANTED-WOMAN t6 VaKI. fesTiS;
136 a month and lodging.
House. 29 H N. a at
WANTED NEAT GIRL TO ASSIST
with housework and cooking; pleaaant
room. Call after 4 p. m. or mornings.
izi etn st.
TTaTIted coorf And ; WAltREsa;
178 Yamhill st '
cooiC'one LiNiWd r66iv diRt,6Ni.
dlsn wasner, ia west r-ara.
Janitor work, Can give refer-
ence. Address 448 , Water st Phons
WANTED GIRL TO WORK IN CON-
f ectlonary . store.
Inquire Id and
MALE AND FEMALE HELP.
100 HOP-PICKERS AT PATTERSON'S
yard at Oleoua. Wash.: do not wait
to' write, but comer take Northern Pa
cific train leaving Portland at 1:10 a,
m.; best wages. , j
STENOGRAPHERS. BOTH MALE AND
female, good poaltlons open with best
firms; no charge. Underwood Type
writer to.. stn st
HELP WANTED AND SUPPLIED,
male or female. R. O. Dtaks, 106
Washington st Paclfle 1170.
Kreba Bros, will emolov Dickers at
Brooks Or Independence; there are two
trains dally.' For further information
can up woodiawn 727
MEN AND WOMEN TO LEARN THE
barber trade In I weeks: cost less.
better salaries, learned In less time than
other tradea; catalogue free. Moler
narner college, II in. 4tn at.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
YOUNG WOMAN. STRANGER IN
I 1 eltyr wawte to nieet-a - r-rtrlem-n 'Wf
means to assist her. financially. U-6Qn,
ACCURATE, RELIADLB UNDERVzOOD
operator, must nave wn'lt; aiiary
nomlnHl. . Phone after :0 evenlnga,
room 81. Vsrlfio 491. A-l5.
REFINED YOUNG WOMAN, ALONE
(stenosrapher). desires aoaiialntance
Influential business man who will aaslat
lies W-Atf. Journal. , . , i , ,
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE.
EXPERIENCED MAN WANTS OFFICE
work; ledger work preferred; g-od
references. B. 814 E. Morrison. Phone
E. 2814. ' '
A HOUEfu rND8tRl6US, MAN
wants work In transfer stable; good
pay desired and best of references
given. M-608, Journal.
PORTLAND EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
206 Morrlaon St.... Phone Paclflo 1J
27 n! 2d st Phone Paclfle 1300
... ia v. , . . . I...... . .
T jiv.ln. r-mp. and farm halo a Spe
cialty. 20 N. Id st. Phone Main 6284,
we pay all teiegrapn cnargea
aCMEEMP. CO.. FARMERS' AND
loggers' help especially. - 14 and 2IH
N. 2d. 230 Burnslde; Main 8437.
HA.NSEN 8 EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
. FOR MEN. .
21 N. Id st Phone Main 1824-
. WANTED AGENTS
WANTED TO RENT HOUSES. COT'
tagea, fiats, storea offices, rooming
houses, etc.- Landlords will do well to
call on ' ' ,
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANT OF
Phone Ex. Tl. 8. E. Cor. Id and Oak.
EXPERIENCED WOMAN SOLICITOR
for city lota; 'salary and commission.
The Snanton Co.. 170 Stark st .
HOPPICKERS CaFTmAKE GOOD SIDE
money selling goods. See R. M.
Plummer. at drur store, 260 Third. .
WANTED RE AL , ESTATE.
x WB BUT AND PELL REAL X
jr ESTATE. i x
x .' - j" x
x Care for and manage mining x
X property, rent houses, .flats and-, x
X buildings of all kinds, writs firs x
Insurance, loan monev. and col- x
x lect. Can we serve youT , ; x
x WTiat have you for aaleT . ' x
' Llat It with us and you will get x
x returns: we cooperate with Croaa x
tVJt. of HrAa.la.4.hiagn.,MUwaei
kee, St Paul and Minneapolis.
" COAST COMMERCIAL CO,
504 Dekum bldg. Main T14I.
wantIsd frOR Cash: smaLL Rouse
and lot: must be
a bargain. . 717
ttranq ave. jn.
IF YOU WANT TO SELL YOUR PROP.
vny see rae; ipurina nave cuatomers,
. . K. C. HURLBERT,
Ll"' Stark St .
WANTED TO RENT
AGENTS WANTED CAN YOU SELL
goods? .If so i need rou: com Die te
outfit free; cash weekly. Write for
choice of territory. Capital City Nur-
airy company, paiem, KJT.
WANTED MEDIUM SIZED HOUSE,
west aiae prererrea; carerui lamiiy;
no children: state rent and location. Ad-
areas T-DUo, journal.
BY RELIABLE PARTY. FIRST-CLASS
furnished lodxlnc house: state terma
WANTED TO iREMf fWd TnITUR-
nlshed rooms or a small house, cen
tral. Phone Main 1363. - 781 Thurman.
WB WILL BUT YOUR HOUSEHOLD
' goods and guarantee best prlcea Call,
?hone or write. S. J. A L. Rubensteln,
76 Front st, opposite National hotel.
CASH FOR HOUSKHOxA) GOODS. SaV
age A Pennell. 146-147 1st st j Phone
WB PAY MORE FOR FURNITURE.
PORTLAND AUITIIOH KUUMU, .
iF YOU WANT TO SELL. SEE UR
Second Hand Palace. Highest prises
paid, for seoond-hand goods. 147 Flan
ders, fnone Main i&is.
H1GHGEST PRICES PAID FOR ALL
kinds of aecond-hr.nd good a Union
Exchange, 262 Front et Pacific 143L
DIRT WANTED SEE J. A. BACK-
strand. , llth and Hoyt sts.
Wanted furniture andhouse-
hold . aroods at every deacrlntlon
bought, uld and exchanged. The t,
111 lsi Main 1174. Home A-222T
DEFORMITY APPLIANCES MADE TO
order. K. E. Karlaon Co, 161 An-
xeny st, wain s.tio.
WANTED GOOD FARM AND STOCK
ranches in -the Willamette valley,- in
exchange for residence property, we!)
located in tha city; also a few good
wheat farms .. in eastern Oregon and
Washington to exchange for valley land.
turner, ma. Washington st
CIDER APPLES, ALL KINDS 57
fruit, chickens and farm produce. M,
T. Wllklna, 627 Alptna. can Monday.
WANTED BY A YOUNG MARRIED
lady 1 or J children to board, suburbs.
Phone Hcott bbbiy io Emerson st
WANTED SECOND-HAND TYPB-
wrlter. Vegetarian cafe, 106 Ith st
Wanted amateurs to in-
crease tne membership or tne l.ents
cornet band; rehearsals every Monday
evening at I o'clock. Come and get
FURNISHED BOOMS FOR RENT
HOTEL OAK FIRST-CLASS FUR
- nlshed rooms, electric light, gas, bath
ana pnones; sicuaiaa next to ut; para.
847 uax at
THE GRAND, 48 H N. ID STtROOMS
for gentlemen. 11.11 per week and up.
THE RICHELIEU, tiit N. ITrl ST.
Elegantly furnished; steam heat and
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT.
The Clayton, 16 N. 10th at '
4-ROOM FURNISHED COTTAGE 526.
FURNISHED IlOUSEkfcEPtMd ROOMlJ
236 Cherry St., corner Benton, near
fARLOft suIte, fcLbo! AkTLT - VIH
I shed, I blocks from Falling school.
Cheap, Addrees t-tus.
110-vA l-ROOM FURNISHED FLAT,
close In. Phone East 1457. S. 881 7th.
ROOMS AND BOARD.
OSBORN HOTEL, CORNER GRAND
ave. ana tn. Asnj rurnisnea rooma sin
gle or en suits, with or without board.
AlAalO i 1. i DKTJintJ WlOl DlilCl,
one block from car line; 1734 Mill
st, corner 4th
ROOM 8 AND BOARD FOR TWO,
working people . preferred; modern;
reasonable walking distance. 124 E.
FOR RENT HOUSEKEEPING.
THE MITCHELL HOUSEKEEPING
snd transient rooms, reasonable. , 7th
ana r landers sis.
ITU we eII UP Large, CLKaN
rurniahed BouseKeeping-rooms, laun
dry and beta, 184 Sherman at, south,
11.26 WEEK UP CLEAN. FURNISHED
housekeeping-rooms, parlor, bath,
laundry, furnace heat, yard. 20114 Stan-
ton at U car,
FURNISHED ll6t!SEK.EEPING ROOMS
In suites of 2 and I rooms, 1 1 0 to 114
per month. Cor. E. llth . and Main.
FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING AND
single rooma, fine flat, reasonable;
get well located for winter with per
petual heat and hot water. 480 Morri
son, across from high school. Top flat
1. Don't bother the Hyland landlady
below with Inmilry.
f WOTSl'f 6 ID i5 ROOMS -VURNISHKD
for housekeeping; aaa and bath. 480
S. Waablngtun. Ill , ,
FOR RENT HOUSEKEEPING.
FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED
houeekec-plng . rooms, 4 room a, new
lowar flat and k and T-room cottages.
weat aide of river,. very low rente. Ap
ply l4 N. 2th; Willamette Heights
csrs to Hth. turn south half block.
HOUSEKEICPING ROOM8 FCKNI8HED
and unfurnlsheit. IH N. union
S'OR RENT NEWLY FURNISHED
housekeeping rooms, bath, gas and
phone. Williams ev
i newly; nicely fuunishe
light housekeeping rooms with gas
and bath. 482 E. Waahington St. -6l4
desirable apartments; rooms large and
airy; newly furnienea; gwu wuon,
FOR RENT FLATS
M1.-W .. MonKRN 7 AND . 4-ROOM
flats, 200 feet south 23rd and Wash
ington sta, urewi . .. '
premises or Phone racmo nia.
FOR RENT HOUSES
GOOD 6-ROOM ' COTTAGE, NEAR
Good 7-room cottagt, grassy yard,
New inr flat 1 4 ; rooma water In
Otuaea, xe. . ,
..... a. a.
. Furnlsnea. s-room cottage, water in-
. . , . . ana . ' '
Cluueu, il, 1 '
'Any number furnished housekeeping
rooms 11 a week. AU above on west
side or river, . .
House, barn, fruit berries. 5 acres.
tit. v - .
. . ... .a. -a A A. AA a .
blouse a . rooms, lot rivvxivv,
chicken-house, near cars., east side of
river, s montn.
" " COAST REALTY CO
Van horn transfer furniture
and pianos moved, storea or smppea.
WE RENT AND 8 ELL PIANOS. BilER-
man. Clay at Co.
ATTRACTIVE, FURNISHED.. 5-ROOM
fiat .delight tul - loA'.lon, eompie4e,
with fuel. lth St., near Montgomery.
FOR RENV IIOUS3S
TWS l-Rd6M 1 PLASTERED COT
tagea, 110 and 112 60. E. 14th and
Falling st See at 66T B. llth. Wood.
FOR RENT LARGE, BEAUTIFUL
noon, quarter diuvk, west e.uv, w-
pets. ' for sale, reasonable. Tel. . Main
FOR RENT 4-ROOM COTTAGE,, ALL
conveniences, 510; clean and neat 863
4th. Call afternoon. - -
HOUSES FOR RENT FURNITURE
- FOR SALE
FOR SALE FIRST-CLASS FURNI-
ture of a 7-room house, very cheap.
can warerooms, zi in. vtn st.
tOR SALE FURNITURE IN 4-ROOM
.. flat all modern flat for 'rent 818
per month; price.. $126. .810 Mlssia-
sippi ave. . " 1
FOR RENT STORES-OFFICES
FOR RENT TWO GROUND FLOOR
offtoea. Front and Ankeny sts. Apply
It x. toxu leiepnone wain 4.1.
A. NICE OFFICE SUITE FOR RENT.
, Madison bldg.. Id and Madison ata -
DESIRABLE GROUND FLOOR OF
f ice on 6th. near Washington. In-
quire st stn st
BTORB ROOM, GOOD LOCATION FOR
-, any kind of business; will give satls
faotory lease. Main 4202. 242 Madison.
FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS.
HALL AND BALLROOM. NEW WITH
modem convenlencea Phone Main 1648.
COAST REALTY CO,
' 126 M Morrison st, phones Main 15(8,
- 16,200 buys I new
come 60 per month..
room houses. In-
Lotg better than
a busted bjuig. ' -
3300 caalfbuys 4-roum house balance
15 per month. . - - . m-'m-
11,000 buys T-room house, lot 100x110,
near station, fine location for stora .
sis Duys rooming nouse, s rooms. .
1.600 buys 27 rooms, terma .
1,260 buys IS rooma ; , '
COO. choice 1 S-room bouea -
11,000, 10 rooms, some transient
300, clean paxery, conrec, ice cream,
l ion buys fine groceriv
All kinds of rood bargains. Several
choice homestead and - timber claims
Just listed, all tear good town, i .. ,,
COAST REALTY CO,
226H Morrlaon st Phonos Main lilt;
CONFECT16NERY. - CIGAR BTOIUE.
No. 110. N. 8th st
4-chaIr "barber SHOP FOR SALE,
c hea p. IT sold at once, pt -in st.
BUST THE WOOD TRUST CHEAPER
wood; now ready for buetneaa Co
operative Wood Co. : Call lll.Ablngton
MINING AND INDUSTRIAL STOCKS
snd bonds bought and sold. Corre
spondence invited. H. W. Donshue A
Co, 111 Buchanan bldg. Phone Mala
BARGA.N F6R A FEW t)A8 I ktjt.,
sell furniture and fixtures of Sprtne
field hotel, with lease on building; good
location and paying business; ' good
?rivate reaaon lor sewing, aaaress dox
76, Sprwgneld.-Or, for prices and par
4-CHAIR BARBERSHOP-FOR SALE,
cheap, If sold at once. 64 th St.
FOR SALE EXCELLENT SAWMILL
proposition, one nair mne irom 1 a
Colt; 1,000,000 .feet, 11 per thousand.
Addresa O. J. A., Vancouver, wnsn.
BAKERY FOR RENT, SPLENDID. LO
catlon. For Information ' writs J. B.
GROCERY STORE . AND LIVING
rooms; good corner) cash trade; rent
$10; will take I860 or-invoice stock.
This is a rare chance to get In buatneas
at a bargain as sickness compels owner
to leave cny. . yiun r-i- m-nui, .'mrnm,
FOR BALE A WE8TERN OREGON
newspaper and Job plant la doing a
big bualnesa; power plant; average
monthly business, 1600; If taken by Oc
tober 1 will sell at a sacrifice; must
have 11.500 down, h-boo, journal
ROOMING HOUSE BARGAINS."
By Hatfield 4k Smith, 165H 4th st '
86-roonr house, 4 years' lease; $1,400.
' 14 -room bouse; good furniture; close
In; ll.ooo. . (
-10-room house; sxtra location: $100.
' 1 3 -room Jiouse; close ln, transient;
$1,400. - , .
-room flat; Any furniture; make an
offer. ...... .v..
The best buy in the city: ' ,
1-room house; modern; close In. -Lot
46x100; I blocks from car; $2,109.
HATFIELD A SMITH, .
146H 4th St -466
BtiVS A' 14-R06M H6USi t-UR."-nlshed.
all full, rent $26; no agent
P. O. box 817. r'none giain iii
fOR sale a Profitable su-
burban drug business eetabllshed over
IS years; stock, fixtures, building and
lot all go; be Independent, or will sell
business and leaae building; no commis
sion; -only those meaning business need
write. H-50B, journal.
fclGllf EEN COWS AND MILK ROUTE
for sale. For particulars apply J.-aA
Pearson F. R. D. Portland Route No. 3.
1560 CIGAR "STAND, E. MORRIBONT
building, stock end flxturee; ground
rent 13, owner. 688 Hood st,
aNBPAfEIt PRINTING PLANTS
we4- rwspe-lrakergvGo ! n on j h In p. everything first-clssa See owner at
I.I.I. 'TVushirtlTw sddtttpm---ok-'-rr - eAM.
OME"W. AND SEE US IB" YOU
want rooming-houses, restaurants, no-
, . I a-aAnaaw RlHl lll.plr.t. ...1
estate, business chancea, Investments.
Western Reslty Company. Room 610,
Buchanan bldg.JIS hi Washington st
SMALL STORE, 1)61 NG GOOD uCtll
ness; good looatlon, cneap rent, living
rooms; very cheap. I-60i, Journal. ....
TWO-CHAIR BAHBKR BIIOP. DOING
-vw uuniiioB., uua locMiion; -rent
-w yc, iiiuii.u iur enop ana Z rooms
the rear m. Ha -i .
- -. .-- -...v. m unci onstc
count of leaving city. Cull at 442 Ull.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
COAST REALTY CO,
''. 22 Morrison st . ,
The leading real - estate and busi
ness brokers. Main 168i A-4140. Just
a few e;eoluls:
$1,800 Half csah, buys Strictly mod
era 7-room house, new, good lot t
blocks from carline, worth over $2,000.
.,li,ATp-rt !. ntw 5-room house,
lot 60x100; others all prices. '
$1.800 Part cash. bus fine rooming-house
of 14 rooms; best value on
our list for the money.
4450 buys 10 housekeeping rooma
11.600 Part cash,' 17 rooms; others
all prices. . e.
Partner for real estate office; $200,
a good chance to get a start with a llvi
m1?.in " round-floor offlcs.
month"" Chr mhos' JI.T09 per
$l.ii'6caJ.hbUdya,!.y:a,f ,nUrMt '
1300 Half cuah, light office business
noma i..mi I..I..1...I j.,, . . ,
, ... .-....., .u uuimnt per
"I0!1.1"? .no . "Parlance needed bew.nd
biMt7to ken Pl"ln accounts.
$500 buys timber claim, worth $8.0007!
-.. .. .. iiu river, oniy z miles awsy.
tnO Beat .m.ll -aa.a . 7 7J'
1500 secures business that made llrf,
000 In part I years; other opportunities
for investment . , , .
rn a aT .orir w aa .
tlthj Morrlaon St., 'Main 1668'; A-4160.
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A HOME?
. See these before a final decision:
6-room house, woodshed, nice yard;
U. In lino; condition Lnet eaalv 11,100, .
AlaO 8-rOOm hnilll. 1aI. an.. nkl..l...
park for $760 cash.
um s-room mocern cottage, 1 blocks
from car, 11,100. '
Oil! R.fHAM mnAui. ' aX.f a a ' - . . .
lights: beat of plumbing, full cement
Ntaementi nair Diocg to car,- 31.(50.
We also have a number of unfinished
-lAfl.-n lr t f a -a a nln.. . 11 ,,
-, ". w -m a unf, kl
s urro undgd-jgtih n,tr.s hnmei: tUa waoaaa ,
ayjm Aim bvw; easy terma Take a
sat ocoti car at nrst and Alder sta.
r.t nft mt MlllarA a u ,V.a w . a
tarns worth. ;
. F. ADAMS CO,
Real Esute and Rooming Housea
Room 100, Dekum Building, Third and -,
- Waahington Sts.
-Tour money in a home Is better than
in a bank: certainly a bsrgaln here.
6-room house with basement, just fin
ished; lot 60x100, 1 block from car line; .
close to church and school. Pries 11,80
1500 down, t years' time.
6-room cottage, lot 60x100; , new
$1,00; 500 down. I years.
6-room house, corner, 60x100, just fin
ished ; t blocks from school; street lamp .
and mall box on sama. Price 11,460
$600 down, balance I per cent Interest
No greater snap tn a rooming-house -In
Portland than thla II rooms, corner;
good location, money-maker; lease
must sen. - rnce dw.
CRYSTAL SPRINGS ADD.T.ON LOT?
near Bellwood, for sale; also lot in '
Fox-Chase addition near Alberta car-
line. Address w-500, journal.
- FOR SALE: REAL ESTATE. -
1 Acre and Half Acre Tracts.
" We make a specialty of acre-tracts
with water mains laid and payments
of. only 110 cash and $10 per month;
a much better purchase for a home or
Investment than, lots. , A- C Churchill.
SPARTAN1 k C6, 18. ialLWAUKtfl '
st, offer for sals t or 10 first-class
modern homea Wewlll staks our repu- .
tation as real estate dealers that each
and every one of these Is a bargain;
good neighbors: fins view; good loca
tions; 1 and t blocks of car; 16-minute
service; don't wait bufcaii st 482 Mil-
wauKie st pparaman at t-o.-
FOR SALE AT COST TO BUILD,
- figures produced to. prove It: s-room
houses, first-class, modern In every re- "
spect ana guaranteea; is. jtn, netween.
Halaey and Weidler streets; on one car- .
line and one block from another: sold
on time or for cash. Ev L Boas, stora
phones East 13; 9-1182; residence phono ...
r.ast 1 z s.
t HAVE tltltERa WAtffNQ FOlt
t and 6-room houses, from 81.100 to.
$8,000: list your property with me gt
once If you want a quick sala . A. 8. .
Draper, 143 H Waahington St. aeotna,t 7
inq a, corner Itn
feE wIsbS. iNViiflf In a k64.
11,0004 rooms, 761 E. Ith. . , ... '
$1,6006 rooms, 765 E. Ith. .
$1,660 6 rooms, 716 E. Ith. -$1,8606
rooma, Mallory end Mason. -$1,400
block South Portland.,
All -.A AM MA1.MI A-.... OA a . tfe '
mi .1 j ... . 1 . , , ..a
Tel Main 8090 or pacific 2125.
LEriS THAN COST NEW - 4-ROOM
' house; two blocks from cara X-404,
KLAMATH- tALLS1; '$S06" F6R I ACRE
adtolnltfg ctty, government Irrigated,
U down: also larger tracts. Oregon -
Realty A Trust company, Fenton bldg.
stn ana Bierx.
$3,500 2-storV.' 8-r66m. titftictLV
moaern nouse: is, istn st, in., on k.
Ankeny csrllne nice lawn. This Is a -splendid
buy,-either for a home or In- '
vestment. Terms can be arranged. Tha - -
rpunion jo., ziv stark St.
ttOO CASrf. feV 6WKer. 661NQ
sway; 6-room house. 8 lota 44x110;
fruit and berries; one mile from carline,
near Oregon City. Investigate rth(a,' or
you will be sorry. If you want a noma
cneep. jtauress a-oui, journal.
$700 A bargai'N If "takeN s6on!
- house and 2 lots, necessary outbuild
ings, 22 fruit trees (vsrlety), berries
(variety), 7 cords wood in shed. 80
ety), 7 cords wood In shed. 80 J
ens. tools, furniture, stove; 6 blockaa4,i
Mt Scott car. Kern Park sUtlos I
rer st. No. 38, owner W. H. NeVl I
10 ACRES GOOD LAND. $ M(Le k.
from Morrison St. bridge; house, barn,
orchard. Price $3,000. B-608, Journal.
I HAVE SOME CHOICE . PROPERTY"
to sell in. St Johns and all parts of
ths city. Terms on lots and houses. See
ms before Investing. - i
XL C. HURLBERT, i. "V .
. . 266 Btsrk St. ' '
TWO 7-ROOM MODERN" HbfSES" 1C
City View park; terms or caah; a snap
If taken at ones. .Call at 481 Lso eve. ,
F6rbaLb 6b1 f RAbi. ?6k a I 6ft
10-scre tract close to city l.mlts. a
room modern house, list st. Kenll- -worth,
close to carline. Q-601, Journal,
FOR SALE GOOD INCOMK UUBINK8-
fi j " ii " "ii w-'v, ymii nn aj.
TO LEASE CORNER LOT FOR TERM
of years on 10th st; fine apartment
or flate location. K-605, Journal.
prdperty, by owner. G-465. Journal,
COTTAGE AND LOT FOR SALE NO,
460 E, 17th, between Division and
Clinton; price 11,200. See owner, L. C
Wler. St. Helens. Or. - '
l-ROOM HOUSE. STRICTLY MbbERN-,
corner lot, 100x100, In Piedmont vary
cheap. Phone East 5404.
ritOOM H6U8E, STRICTLY M6DERN.
-.1 block from carline, easy terma
Phone East 1404.
ACREAGE 1.28, 1.21. TH, 10 AND 20 i
acree, all very close, electric car,
mostly 6e fare, all good buys. The
kind everybody wanta G. E. Walling,
241 Stark et
M6TKRN't-R60M,"' r6'r1fXGlS 6 ri V
2th st for $1,600; $30 a month; give .
reference and no first payment neces-
sary. ine ppsnton t:o 170 rrtark st
4 NEW l-ROOM COTTAGES ALL
cnmclts on outside and I will fknlah
mains to suit purchaser; essy ter.,.
6800 to ll.ooo: also a new modern
room hohse, all complete, bath, toilet
electric light all In, wells tinted, shades 1
get orr at Millard ave. Also some choice
CHEAP. LOTS $U0-NOT ' HAtr
lota, but lots 40x126 and 20-foot al
leys; good car service; positively the
best lots for the money. A ssfe In
vestment. Terms, $6 down, 66 pr
month. J. J. Oeder. corner Grand, ava
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