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HIE OREGON DAILY. JOURNAL, ' PORTLAND. WEDNESDAY EVENING. JUNE 21, 1911.
HM5B0R0 WANTS INEHARTS HOLD
UNITED RAILWAYS - ANNUAL REUNION
; bit AN I mtSUU
Council, Claiming Promise to
Build to Hillsboro Has Been
Broken, Calls on Portland to
conclusively that It wtn be r popular
method with many of taking are of
their Mrtnii. 'About 11000 waa depoa
ltd la nmi ranting from 11 to llOt,
There wore several deposits or Ho.
Some of Pioneer Family, Go
1000 Miles to Assembly
(Spartal plaM t Tbt loaraal.)
Eugene, Or., Jona II. The ninth
nual reunion of tha Rlnehart family,
held thla yaar at tha T. B. Edward
farm, aeven miles aaat of Eugane, n
Natron, will and tonight. Members
In attendance from Oregon, Waahlngton
Idaho and California, torn, of them
traveling 1000 miles and others travel
ing from eastern Oregon by wagon. A
party In crossing tha Caorada mountalna
laat weak waa compelled to camp In tha
of the United Rallwaje tor tne deep enow wnicn atill covered tne eutn
hat It haa failed to comply with mlf
Thla la tha second time that thla nun
((nnfal Pt.pltrh to The Journal..
Hlllaboro. Or.. June 21. The Hills
bore city council at lt meeting Mondar
nlsht passed a reaolutlon calling upon
tha Portland council to revoke the fran
tha requirement that tha line must ne
ion, I JL
With a World of
Merit to it
Here W one of 400 acres, 25 mllei
completed to Hlllaboro before oara 1 lly reunion baa bean held on tha Ed-I front Portland, cloie to two thriving
on me sirens 01 j waraa piaoe, me nm garnering insrs Willamette Valley tOwftl, One-nail
might be operated
I occurring four yeara ago. Blnee than I , A annA
The franchlKe In question waa aecured they have bean held at eastern Oregon "! . , . -.a
largely through tha effort and the ex
penditure of time and money by H1lle
toro men, prominent among whom are
T. M. Heldel and J. H. Sawell. When
tha Una waa flrat projected It waa
through tha efforta of theae men and
associates that right of way for tha
original Una waa secured. It waa their
Money which paid tha attorneys who
negotiated tha Portland franehlee. Aa
reward a clauaa waa Inserted In thla
franchise preventing eara being operat
ed until tha una waa cotnpietea 10 us
ivnlnta m.lnrlfv at the m.mK.r. f lllin SCnOOI. IlC. iniciu.vai. iw.u
the family residing in that section of building through the property, which
the state. will r.rino' it within 1V4 hourr ride
ins Tisiiors si ima reunion re quar- 1 1--.-. Prf .n4 when rnmnleted.
yard and meala are served In a long
tent on Improvised tablea. A eow I
slaughtered each day to feed tha throng
and other eatablea are consumed In
proportion. There are 11 peraona at
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
CERTIFICATES A tltla made b .the
Title A Truat eompany, Lewis Bid
4th and re. 1 '
Property all clear and In crop at
th present time.
This U demonfltratod fruit land, hat
sraval subsoil, which makes it suitable
si aTitnunnr 1 ... ... .a
Wednesday win be visitors' day and 'or irrigation and with a perpetual
It la expected that hundreda of people water ngnt IU. o. uorernmeni recia
than daatlnatlon. A almllar clauaa wee I from varioua parta of the county will jmation standard) going with the prop-
reepond to the Invitation to rtalt tha
camp. The membera of tha family In
attendance are aa followa, together with
the agea of each:
J. H. Rlnehart. Portland, T4; Mr. J.
H. Rlnehart. Portland, 61; Henry Rlne
hart. Walla Walla, Wash.. 6; Mrs. H.
A. Rlnehart, Walla Walla, Wash., ti;
tnaerted regarding the extenalon of tha
Una to Mount Zlon oemetery.
Olaaea Olree Through Transfers.
; The existence of theae provlalona haa
always been recognised during the varl
" sua tranafera of the road, and they were
explicitly referred to when upon com
pletion of the line to Linnton the com
pany aaked for and waa granted by
the Portland council a permit rerok
able at any time to operate upon the
atreeta of the metropolis.
After the line waa acquired by tha
BUI Intereats the validity of Hlllsboro'a
claim waa recognised repeatedly. Presi
dent Stevens aaeurtng delegatlone of
tha Hlllaboro board of trade that tha
company had ne Intention of evading
the obligation. A letter la on file In
-the office of tha organisation. In which
Mr. 8 1 vena promlaed to aet a data for
an Interview and dlaouaaloa of tha ex-
City tv to Be Btdatnokad.
There was a disposition at thla end
Of the line to give the company all time
required, and It waa only upon the pub
lication of the new map locating tna
connection of tha United and Oregon
EleoUie at a point eaat of Hlllaboro,
that It was realised tha city waa to be
sidetracked. When It was learned later
that the company had applied to the
Portland eouncll for a modification of
Its franchise eliminating tha Hlllabors
. clause, steps were taken to defeat the
neve. A committee was appointed by
h. xnunMl end alSO bV the board Of
trade, to be praaent when tha matter i i, Portland; W. J. Edwarda, IT, Mrs.
came up in Portland, and present Hills- j W. J. Edwarda. B5, MeyvlJle. Or.; M.
erty. Government experimental
orchard one mile distant Beautiful
surroundings and scenery.
Will sell readily in small tracts at
(300 per acre. Excellent roads, and
no other property near this section to
j. n. mnenari. i ana Mra. j. n. Kino- nt(j for anything like this money,
h -ErdT $70,000, on terms of $15.00Q
Portland; W. 1L Duncan, IT, and Mrs, aown ana easy terms on tne Daiance.
w. M. Duncan, Sliver Lake, Or.; Vera No interest on deferred payments un
Edwards. 20. Springfield; Mlsa Erma til after Auiruit 1. 1012. You ran sell
Edwarda, H Vale; Claiia Edwards, Vale; L-r,w, .(.. . v,In .1.. .
Zelma Edwarda. Eugena; Carl Carpenter, l?Tte c8'" than anything else at
80. Bprlngfleld; Edna Carpenter. Spring- ",c r'tw nine, nu uic unuersigncu
field; Ina Edwarda. Eugene; Mabel With- only wishes that he could take this
era, Harney City; Harry Wlthera, Har-I proposition up and plat it himself.
ney vuy; e. u. uuncu, o. oiiver
Lake; J. B. Edwarda. II. Vale; Mra. J.
S. Edwarda. 8, Vale; T. A. Rlnehart.
Bl, Salem; Mra. T. A. Rlnehart, 44, Sa
lem; H. J. Rlnehart. tt, Elgin; Lee Rlne
hart, E2, Mary R. Rlnehart, 4T; Beaa
Rlnehart. 24, Sidney Rlnehart 15. Day
ton, Wash.; Anna Smith, 41. Portland;
Miaa Lena O. Smith, t, Portland; Eu
gene Rlnehart 11. SommervUle; Amy
Rlnehart, 27. Lloyd Rlnehart, 6. Flora
L. Rlnehart months. SommervUle.
Prank K. Edwarda, Vale; Lee Davie,
18, Springfield; Lena Davla, tt, Spring
field: Etta Davla, S, Char lea Davla. T,
Sarah Davla, 6, Emma Davla, I, Spring
field; Fred Edwarda. 82, Portland; Mar
garet E. Edwarda. 28, Portland; Donald
Edwards, 4. Portland; Marjory Edwarda,
Jr. M. Look wood and wife to
Mime K, nigh. 101 a, woo
Creston ,..t MM
Mrs. K. C. Trutllnrer to Patrick
Murray, lot 14, bloc 1, Kicn
Jemea 0rgent to Hetpt Maeda,
lota 10 to 11, bioc is, ingie
E. R. Shepard and wife to Amy
O. Mickey, lot II, bloc 101,
Roae Cltv Park
Henry Ivey and wife to Mary K.
juana, lot 7, Dioo a, ies-ier
The Oregon Real Estate company
to jonn uroaaennacner ei ai,
lota 1 and 7, fractional lot 1,
fractional lot I, block 871. Hoi
R. 8. McFarland and wife to 1
R. Hasaltlne, lot It, block 4,
R. 11. Voee and wife to Katie
Zumwalt lot 18. Hollywood....
H. Thompson and wife to Jamea
(.;. Howeii, iota 10 and si,
block 128. University Park....
Security Abstract Truat com
pany to Arthur Fred uougiaa,
lot 14. block 12. Elmhuret....
8. 8. Sutherland and wife to
Jerome Vaughn, lot II. Kenfe
Arthur Weat and wife to Robert
rannach. north half of lot
. block "N." Tabor Heights..
Charlee W. Shlvaly and wife to
Eleanor A. Potter, lot t, block
I. Raffertr'a addition
Topaa I -and company to W. H.
... Hamilton, lota 24 to 27,
block 4, Madrona Hill
C r. Alloway and wife to School
1 strict No. 1. lots t and S,
block 80, Bunnralde
A. Veater to U D. Kerguaon at
aL lota I and 4. block I, Albion
William M. Vaaghan and wife to
J. P. Province. loU I to t,
block 22, Fmlrvtow
Truman B. Rlrmardaon and wife
to Bessie M. Walker, lot I,
block 2. Failing addition
L Enkella and wife to Hymen
Israel, 85x105 feet In block
4, Caru there adldtlon to Ca
L. L. Matlock td J. W. Morrow
at al, northeast quarter of
block 17, Wheeler'e adldtlon...
Olen Harbor Realty Co. to Aman
da W. Ooodsman, lot 25. block
10. Olen Harbor
Alma E. King and husband to Ai
re ri jonaneon. lot II, block I,
J. P. FlnleyrSon ....
Third and Madlaoa, ",
T-ady attendant Main t. A-lltt.
I fRPW Undertaker; lady aaslsteaL
lL.nLn n.isis w.Vtt
FOR ALE nOCSES ' tl
nio, Friday, June II. at
fTrvaLal fka . nuk. Mllkaii
kla. Membara and their
j rriends are cordially Invited.
.V Tha.. -.Ill
AAeeP rvA w I f n m Mff.ahtn.nl.. .In
Taka Oregon City oara. which run every
SO minutes; fare la 1 60 one way. Ad
mission to park 100. Afternoon and
CAMP meet every
la W. O. W. torn pie. Ill
11th St All membera I
requested to attend,
A. M. BROWN. CL C
HAWTHORNE . LODOE. N6.
11L A. f. a A. M. Stated
communication this (Wedn
lay) evening at t o'clock at
Maaonlo Temple, work In M.
M. degree. Visiting brethren
C. B. MILLER. Secy.
MOOSE Portland lodea 201 meeta ev
ary Wednesday night In Swiss halt.
Id and Jefferson sis. Visiting Moose I
Invited. W. N. OATENS, Dictator.
WALTER M'OOVERN, Seo'y.
M. W. A- ROSE Cm CAMP Monday.
-t $15 Per Month
Waw 4 room bungalow, lot 17x111;
this bungalow waa built for my own
hn-i Ktit em t oread to aell on aooount
or ramuy sicaneaa, 11 i" wen phv n
til.. l.v.l lot. unobstructed view and
tmm n.w.v K.. fw-unlaMl! can ba made
an - loeai llllie nome, near kiwoi n
Homes on Easy Payments
bookcases, buffet, Dutch kitchen, hard
wood floora, large attic, eaat front 110
down,, balance monthly, . .
room, two eiory houea, on carltne,
modern, Inoludee shades, fixtures, tint
ing and lawn, , I00 . down, , balance
moothly, 1, ,.. 1 7-. '
T room tion
so. eomer E. Iftth and Bal
1. Hawthorne or Sunnvaldo
not far from ear. If you are looking foe I car, select neighborhood., IttOJ down,
a anap in a small auouroan noma, see 1 .i.un moniaiy.
this. R-TIT, journal.
. ... f CAM 4
Phone Clark, Main
A Nice Country Home for
r L. $850.
On the Mt Scott line at Myr
tle Park, lot ItVixlOOi just five
blocka from the station. Never
. such an' opportunity offered to
own your own home. Only $160
cash and 110 per month.
Call at 903 Yeon BIdg.-
.Only $150 Cash to Handle
. Thla beautiful country home at
Flrland station. Mt fcoott Una.
Juet the buy for a nerson who
wanta to own their home.- The
nrloe is f 1100 and 110 per month,
where can you beat It?
Call at 903 Yeon BIdg,
- SPECIAL S;t room wa.atnrw tinu..
oak floora. furnace, flreplaoe, tinting,
f?,i?,j laturoo, new. fine ahada, lawn,
g lock from car, restricted neighborhood.
tivvv, fsue aown, balance monthly.
I INIIFI IWAillAm .... ... . . A M .1
ly modern, good neighborhood, elec
tricity, all ImnrAv.m.nt. Tt.M iini
dOWn. halanr. mrbntltlw
4 room a mmmi. v...m..t fiH.i... '
bonkcasea, fntch kitchen, ful'l lot, Bull
Run water, electricity, streets all Im.
l,r?v5 bll"'sr reatrictlons, new, I'lSO,
1I0 down, bain nee monthly.
PHOVlniTNt INVraTiieuT e.
' 101-101 Board of Trede.
A Bunch of Snaps
T room house. 50x100 lot H104).
I room houae, 10x100 lot 11400.
4 room houae. 50x100 lot 81500.
Several i room modern nouses and
R. N. A., Oregon Rose camp meets
Tuesday evenlnra. Swlas hall. Id and
T. F. B., Portland lodge No. lOt. meeU
wa. nignta, k. f. nail, mn ana Aiaer
OEXERAL REAL E8TATE C3
REAL ESTATE SALESMEN, ATTEN
During the dull summer montha you
ran earn large commiaslona aendlng us
. . A I I - I
central Oregon. For particular, ad- LnA.lorh' .Dutc.h kitchen, plate raillhg,
New modern t room biinralaw ' arttb
large reception hall and built in seat
and oioak room, living room, with flre
plaoe and built in bookcase; paneled din
room, beam celling, new model buf-
Dutoh kitchen, linen closet floored
o. cement basement laundry trava.
tinted walla, bedrooms, ftnlahed In
K,,nn... eeaaa. 1Z i I . ,-'"","nl arouna owe a OIOCKS
Ii7 i, iniii e., rrom Hawthorn a. I rrom Mount Tabor.
110 per month. . I n' . rirtCrt
MARSHALL eV RUPERT.
I50U. Alder at. room 7,
FOR SALE room modern cottage on
remnsuia, overlooking river, alaep-
1.100 I dress C. F. Underwood, Culver, Or.
INCOME property, pays It per cant
rlelds 144 monthly: beats I per cent
In bank four tlmea over; owner leaving
state; eara ana aouna gin eage realty
inveatment; price 14000. terma. Clarke
4V Co., 207 Rothohlld bldg.
Abetract a, Truat Co.. capital
a no era or Trade plug.
PACIFIC Title A Truat Co. the leading
a Detractors. 7 en. com... ground rioor
hi ACRE lota, overlooking river, alao
houae and H acre on eaay terms; cloe
10 ate tion; also acreage. Oregon city
ear to Jennings I.odge. Inquire Real
Eatate office of O. D. Boardman.
FOR SALE HOUSES'
-A. B. Widney
822-4 Board of Trade.
; came un
boro's aide of tha caae, and there waa
also oerloue talk of Injunction proceed
ings to prevent further operation of
eara In Portland by the United until the
queatlon was settled.
These committees have met wtth the
Portlar street committee repeatedly
during the past two montha, but con
sideration of the railroad's request haa
nlways been deferred and there haa
been n growing euaptclon that a waiting
' game waa being played and that an
amended franchise might slip through
tinepectedly. The passage of Monday
night's resolution waa the outcome, lta
Intention being to bring the matter to
an laaue at once.
Mother Gets $6500; Xow Father Sues
neelal Dtspatrh to Tbe Journal.
Hlllaboro, Or., June 21. D. A. Shaver
haa filed suit In the circuit court to
Mover $1950 from the Pacific- Coaat
Condensed Milk company for loss of
wagea of hla eon. Gilbert Shaver, who
waa accidentally killed In the Foreat
rim. cnnHenePr November 1. 1910. The
boy war 14 years old and the complaint well.
sets forth that his services until ne
reached 21 were worth the amount aued
for. A jury In the federal court In
Portland laat week gave the mother a
verdict of 16500 aa damages for the
D. Rlnehart II. Dayton. Waah.; Mrs.
Mary Rlnehart. 12, Dayton, Waah.;
William E. Rlnehart 4, Cottage Grove,
E. J. Rlnehart 5t, Cottage Grove; A. J.
Rinehart. 22, Cottage Orove; Andre
Rlnehart 25, Cottage Grove; S. E. Rlne
hart. 41. Portland; Wilma Rlnehart 21.
Portland; H. D. Edwarda, 17, Eugene;
William A. Krum, 70, Olex, Or.; Mary
E. McPheraon, 51, Springfield; J. R.
McPherson, 61, Springfield; T. E Ed
warda, 67, Jennie Edwarda, 42, Ruby
Edwards, 21. D. C. Edwarda, 17.
Keeth Edwarda, t, and Steven Ed
warda. 6. 8prlngfleld; Frank E. Ed
warda. IS, Helen E. Edwarda, 14, Web
ley Edwarda, I, Grant Edwarda, I, John
Edwarda, 4. San Lula Obispo, Cel.; Vel
ma Edwarda Read, 20, Corvallls; Fred
erick B. Read, 1, Corvallls; Hardin Davla,
82, Roseburg; Mra. Cora Llndley, Natron,
Mlaa Effle Llndley, Natron: Miss Jen
nie Webb. Springfield; Cora Gollihur,
Dayton, waah.; Dora Heimue. urea well.
Norah Buoy, Medford; Mike Buoy, Crea
well; Aurana Buoy, Crea well; Mattle
Buoy, Creswell, and Llszle Buoy, Cres
Harry Shears, III North Twentieth
street, II. and Eather Beebe, tt.
William Garrison, 644 Gantenbeln, II.
and Sarah Gllllspel. II.
Lou la Woodatde. 1501 Eaat Thirteenth
street tl. and Dorothy Alnsworth. 18.
Roy Dewey, 421 Flandera street It,
and Emma Demme. 21.
D. D. Coulaon. Roseburg, Or., It, snd
Emma Fordyce, 21.
Joe Dashney. Tha Dallea. Or, II. and
Minnie Hansen, 21.
J. M. Jarrett. ISI Eaat Burnalda 42.
and Marietta Brady. 21.
William Hemmelgarn, Pendleton. Or,
11 ana iaroi urswail, zz.
Vesta Mlllch. 181 East Couoh. tl. and
Blmlco Stokov, 20.
George Hansen, 472 Boulevard. 17,
and Mabel Nickum, 22.
Herbert Atkinson. tT East Third
atreet 24, and Frances Vaughn. 24.
H. A. Rosa. 612 H Mississippi avenue,
lO.and Violet Wataon. 11.
E. A. Nu thrown. 17 Ruaaell street
It. and Hasel Marshall. 18.
Henry Hewaon Kenton. Or., 40, and
Helen Maatake, 26.
Charlea Gall, Angela hotel, tt. and
81 U ACOtB orchard In tha famous
Hood River valley, beautifully situated,
with a pictureaque view of the moun
talna and vallev. Seven acrea In bear
ing orchard, affording a family home of
luxury and ease amidst aurroundlnca of
unsurpaaaed aoenlo grandeur: ten acrea 1 ui. '
of young orchard, and four and one-half r-i. ... ...
tht I"T e PUt under CUl- 1 .tf'et. 27 Johanna FlrtaT ?R
iivaiion. uooa rarm nouae, barn ana 1 '
suitable outbulldlnga; spring water I m ftoniTTUI O Kir
into house. Team of horaes and TO. U. &MI 11 IA1 til (LfilUI. .
wedding and visiting card engravers
and monogram atatlonera. Waahlngton
t. bet. Ird and 4 th.
all TmDlementa ro with nlaea Thla nlac.
is an INCOME PRODU(?ER NOW. Will
accept modern Portland realdenco a I bldir.. Waahlngton
pari pay men 1 11 unincumbered. 12000
Devlin & Firebaugh
W-7-0-I XJIWSi SLblfW,
Junction Eighth Grade Closing.
(Special m.pitcb to Tbe Joors.l t
Junction City, Or., June 21. The
eighth grade commencement exercises
At the time he waa killed the , of the Junction City echoole were held
ooy waa operating a ireigni no.iui. ; m tne opera nouae last evening
He fell and hla head was nearly severed
by being caught between the elevator
ONTARIO SCHOOL VOTERS
a clasa or 22 received diplomas. State
Superintendent L. R. Alderman ad
dressed the audience along educational
lines. Mr. Alderman stated that Lane
and Linn counties have a greater per
centage of eighth grade puplla in the
HAVE EXCITING ELECTION y,!?,
(Special DJfpitcb to The Jonroal.l
Ontario, Or., June 21. An exciting
and close school election waa held here
Monday and a heavy vote was polled.
The principal contest was over the elec
tion of school clerk In district No. 8,
and the location of the new 87000 public
school building In east Ontario. The
school board selected the alte for the
new $40,000 high school building near
the present 12 room public school build-
ing. but left the aelectlpn of the Bite
for the public school building on the
eaat aide to the vote of the people.
Block 7H. two blocks east of the O. 8.
L. depot, was selected by only 12 ma
jority over block 87.
C. W. Piatt, who for the past six
yeara has held the position of achool
clerk for district No. 8, waa reelected
by alx majority over W. F. Homan,
Piatt receiving 95 votes and Homan 89.
C. E. Kenyon waa reelected school di
rector, receiving 137 votes while his op
twnent, J. H. Seaweard, received 4 2.
mented the achoola of Junction City
highly. Presentation of. diplomas waa
made by A. K. Mickey.
First Day Postal Bank Gets $2000.
(Special Dlipttrh to The Journal.)
Aberdeen. Wash., June 21. The first
day'a deposits In the postal savings de
partment or the postoffice here showed
Weston School Election.
(Special Dl.patra to The Journal.)
Weston, Or., June 21,--Joseph Wuraor
Was elected director of the Weston
school district this afternoon, succeed
ing O. M. Richmond. The other mem
bers of the board are J. M. Banister
. and William MacKenzie. Frank Price
was elected clerk. The district contains
144 schcol children, and expended
11114.44 during the year In malntalnlnfr
Its public and high schools. It lias
property to the value of J13.570. It
paid I151.il per month to its principal
and an average monthly salary of $76.43
to the aaalatanf teachers.
GUARD YOUR HOME
By the Use of Bcnetol, the
Modern Scientific Safeguard
No Institution of learning will become
aa world famous aa the University of
Minnesota, which is getting-world-wide
fame because of tji discovery of Bene
tol in Its laboratories.
While a few fellow workers In the
university were jealous of their co
worker who made the discovery, and
tiled to prevent Its success, the won
derful value of this great antiseptic
broke, all bounds, and It is now being
used extensively in three continenta.
Bcnetol is the first real safeguard
ever offered for household use. It
should be In every home, If for but one
purpose alone, because It Instantly
stops the pain of a burn or scald, and
prevents blistering unless the case is
VERY severe, so much so that the akin
AmonK ita thousand usea there Is' one
other that should appeal to every fam
ily. If applied in time It will abso
lutely stop formation of a boil or car
buncle by killing the germ of Infection.
Benetol is the ONLY preparation that
will KILL germa and is not a poison.
It will Positively eradlcat.
Bave yur money; I will call on you j tlon. hence la flrat aid In ptomaine pol-
THREATENS TO KIDNAP
BOY; DEMANDS MONEY
Thla week will probably be your last
cnance to get iota in
DRK83 suits lor rent all sixes
Tailoring Co.. 809 Htart at
CLARKE BROS., florists, fine flowers
atj floral desisms. 281 Mnrrlsnn at
T. F. B.. Portlsnd lode
Wed, nights. K. P.
No lOt. meets
hah. lit! A Alder.
MORGAN To Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Mor-
Modern 5 room bungalow, with
electric fixtures and window
shades, all Improvements In and
Geo. A. Ross,
Owner end Builder.
101 Gerllnger bldg.
td and Alder.
Phone Main 2170.
I Rooms Bungalow a dandy, double
construction, best plumbing.
nsnasome ounet, uutcn
kitchen, linen closet cement
basement laundry trays.
rirepiace; 13400; $500 down.
fireplace, white enamel
Dutch kitchen. bedrooms
white enamel: rooms all
large; $2100; easy terms.
I Rooms 2 story, large porch, piped
ror rurnace, large closets,
hall seat, high and sightly.
60x1 Oil comer lot; $1400; $600
Phone builder and owner.
iaoor eai or Main 7111,
Juat 1 . block r.orth of Preeoott st;
cnoico little 6 room bungalow; new
modern and complete; the floor plan Is
very convenient, me nouae weu con
at meted; owner aaya "make any reaaon
gan. 667 Eaat Ankenr atreet. Jnn. a. ls terms." Payments little In excess
boy. or rent will taice thla
A. H. BURRELL CO..
102 McKay bldg , 3d and Stark sts.
Wa also have some of the best farm
and fruit lands In the rich county of
Thurston; $26 down, balance $15 per
1020 Chamber of Commerce.
Main 2668. Open Evenings.
Do vou want to buy a 6 or 10 aero
tract from owner? I will rive vou eaav
terma. Thla land ia 8 mllea from Port- j RITACCA To Mr. and Mrs. Alexander
GOLLEHUR To Mr. and Mrs. Prank
uouenur, 664 Clifton street June I,
11 girl. ,
UMITH To Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Smith. 186 Sandy boulevard, June t,
BEATTY To Mr. and Mrs. William
Beatty. 860 East Stark street June
jj, a gin.
AMMER To Mr. and Mra. Albert An-
mer, 1446 Eaat Flanders street; June
PjItktrh Ta Mr .r.4 Mr. t. t...-.- !ir?t. . Builder there dally, phone
er7 isa sixth V; TV-- k Z fJT- Mam 64. owner 54 North list et
CURRIN To Mr. and Mrs ll W A'.r- CHICKEN RANCH.
rin. East Twenty-seventh-and-Yam-1 . H acre, cleared, 6 room house, barn,
hill street, June 10, a girl. long fancy chicken house, six runs,
ALLEN To Mr nt Mra n.Arr. an. fancy wire fence. 71 blooded ohickena.
. n - . . . . i ' ncn in.i.iutiUI v. ...... .t s
us juaai Twenuetn street. June 18, if"" "n . iumw
110 monthlv buys new eottarea ror.
ner of Peninsular avenue and Hartford
BOYD To Mr. and Mrs. Fred Boyd,
1707 Dana, June 16. a girl.
WEBER To Mr. and Mra. Anthony
Weber, 110 Chautauqua.; June IS. a
land. 4 mllea from cltv limits, a-nnri rnnl
all the way. Part of thla land has
fruit on It The soil Is extra good. The
water is good. You can make a good
living on one of these tracts, have a
good country home and you can't make
money faster than to Improve a home
like thla, for It la growing into money
so fast Tracts are platted in acres
Joining this now. This land lies right
near the Catholic home and other large
ouuainas ana oeautirui grounds, can
and aee me.
1104 TSOH BLDO.
Call for Mrs. Taylor.
For Sale or Trade
Bunker Hill camp, at Seaside, Or.;
100x100 feet of around: house 14t1;
good tent and plenty of beds and bed
ding and dishes; good well and city
water. Price, $2000; half caah, balance
terms, 6 per cent Interest Or will
trade for Portland property. For fur
ther Information see
THE KABT XJUn CO.,
813 Chamber of Comma roe Bldg.,
epienaia new residence, IB rooms,
3 fireplaces. 2 bathrooma, 2 lots,
garage, native trees, secluded
location, beautiful surroundings.
neipre uie snow mows ror It, and If
you rerua you win lose your boy."
The above threatening note was re
ceived In the mall this morning by
, , Fred J. Wyatt of the firm of Wyatt &
, Abbott 72 Seventh street and the mat
ter has been reported to the police de
teetives for Investigation.
- The writer signed no name, gave no
address snd the envelope contained no
further information. . Wyatt asaerts
- that "-e Is not perturbed by the receipt
- of thla note, aa he le firm In the belief
..'.' that the letter ia the work of a practical
Wyatt, a former champion bicyclist,
i live et 111 East Thirty-third street
vi.-., and- fcaa a (-year-old boy- -
sonjng, danger of lockjaw, dog bltea and
all blood poisons; is the ONLY douche
that will kill germs, and the ONLY
germ killer that can be used to kill the
disease germs in the stomach or Intes
tinal tract. Common sense will tell you
that thla means that it will atop many
forms of Infectious diseases that
NOTHING ELSE WILL TOUCH. Cut
thla ad right out of tha paper and pin
it to your shopping Hat TODAY. You
may make vital use of it before night
Wrapped around each bottle la , vi
tally valuable information. Keep the
paper you find there, for aome time it
may save a life or limb. Trial bottle
free at Perkins Hotel Pharmacy, 6ta
and Washington gt, Portland, Or.
Among the fir trees of Mt. Tabor,
71st and Stark at., Mt. Tabor car.
TOVT O. AJTDEBSO
401 Lewie bldg. Marshall 1S25.
Rltacca. 1250 Montana avenue. June
2, a boy. 0
HARDING To Mr. and Mrs. Alphonso
Harding, 148 Sumner, June 1, a rlrl.
HALL To Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Hall.
East Sixth and Stafford, June 1, a
CLARKE To Mr. and Mrs. William
Clarke. 74 West Sumner. June 11, a
LEHMANN To Mr. and Mrs. Carl; Leh-
mann, 280H Grand avenue. June 12,
a girl .
BARNHARD To Mr. and Mrs. Wllner
Barnhard, 176 Eaat First street June
10. a boy.
DEATHS AND FUNERALS
ture, lovely garden, roses and fruit In
rront yard, so minutes of noetofflca.
I Mi. Bcott tine: iisvo.
JOHN B. GODDARD,
606 Yeon Bldg.
COTTAGE AND FURNITURE.
On E. Grant St., near Marguerite, with
fine lawn and flowers; 6 rooms, good
Plumbing, niceiy rinrsnea: owner leav
Ing city and la willing to throw In free
the furniture In l his lovely little home
to get quick action; price complete
A. H. BURRELL CO.,
102 McKay bldg.. td and Stark sts.
l i EAST SALMON ST. !
A thoroughly modern and well built
e room nouse at'ju. ustn ana salmon
fireplace, gas, electricity, Dutch kltch
en and many other built-in conven
iences, $4000; with all Improvements
paid terms ir aesirea. nee j. A. Cook,
owner, snd get key at 1121 Ev Salmon.
Phone Main 151, or -evenings Tabor
. . .
1191. , 1
NASH In this
Lincoln street John J.
June 20, at 161
Nash, eared 66
years. The funeral services will be
held at the chapel of the Portland cre
matorium at 2 p. m. Thuraday, June
22. Frienda Invited. Tbe remains are
at Flnley's parlors. '
LASSEN In this city. June 19. Albert
Lassen, funeral services will tako
place from Dunning undertaking par
lors. 414 m. Aider st., June 13, i p
interment Rose city cemetery,
WINTERS 60 V4 Grand avenue
y -Sell or Tjade
June 20, David Henry Winters, aged
82 years. Funeral will take place from
the parlors of the Eaat Side Funeral Di
rectors. 414 East Alder street Frlday)
June 22, 2 p. m. Cremation.
VERSTEEG Mrs. Ida Versteeg, mother
6 room modern bungalow. 1 block car-
Una, close in; have 1800 equity, take
$400 caah or trade, balance $16 month.
You can rent It for $20. See tljls snap.
aiubi ufl euia mis ween..
H. B. JAME8 CO.. 88 10th (near BtarlQ
I ROOM HOUSE AND 100x100.
In Wood lawn district; fine piece of
ground, witn a aosen gooa rruit trees,
rienas en house, place all fenced : the ground
is wortn tne price asxea, xiztio.
A. H. BURRELL CO.,
202 McKay bldr., 3d and Stark sts.
One 7 room house, corner lot, 15th
and Taylor, sts., price $2000; one
room house, full lot, Salmon st near
38th St., price $2000, terms. F. Madi
son, 510 N. zist st. mono Main 7668,
after e p. m,
of Mrs. Nelly Bhlppley at Bandon,
SS- r .1 Y . f O T3&Mal m ill 1
V I . , DUUUHTf UUV AO. nVUIMUB Will Ug tllLOl TJ . ! . :
hipped to Portland for burial. Funeral i WILL take diamond, furniture, piano,
WOOD Charles Wood, St Vincent's thing of value aa flrstpayment on nice
uuspiuu, ipum , 8tu Bi, virmuaia i noma -in . i'oriiana..,-. way. snouia you
HANSEN Frederick Hansen, Battle
Ground, Wash.. Juno II. r aged 64;
hemorrhage. ' 1
GRIDLEY Lewis Gridley. 1486 East
Everett street June 19, aged 64; tu
berculosis. - '
WILLIAMS Margaret Williams. 741
Ra.at Seventv-eiarhth street. June 19.
I agefl 8; uraemia,
pay rent when you can own your own
nome so easuyr
For Cash Will Sell
BZTjOW KlkUT VAXXTM
V Fraction Lot
414 East Stark Bt
Facln.gr north on East Stark,
nil Ul vmuu BVB,
G. L. WEBB,
5Pfo Jotn Cronan 70!i
7f Y peldla Bide.
JOHN B. GODDARD.
605 Yeon mag.
8 ROOMS 1375
Well furnished modern house, elose
In, west side, rent only $16, small
amount down, balance easy monthly. If
yon are looking ror a email nouse, don
ran to see mis. aii zsa eaimon
MAX M. SMITH, florist. 160 6th st,
opp. Meier ft Frank's. Main J116.
Dunning & McEntee SSSTS
every detail 7th and Pino. Main 410.
A-466B. iaay sesieiani.
WEST SIDE HOME.
T86 Corbett street lot 60x100. eight
room modern house; street Improve
ments ail in; terms. 1 ivey 's corbett
atreet. uwner zoa ism. Mam 6038.
EAST BIDE funeral directors, sueceast
sor tc F. 8. Dunning. Inc. E. 61. B-2626
EDWARD HOLMAN, undertaker. "20
Id st Lady asBistant Main 607,
I"OR SALE Good 1 room house, lot
60x100, atreet graded and sidewalk
in: S blocks from Alberta carlina: 1900:
M200 cash, baaance .terms. Phone Wood
llawn 694. 910 B. 14th' N.
NEW 8-. room bungalow, all modern
conveniences, nice lawn, rosea, etc.,
$1250, terms. Qarl E. Tuggle, 1S5 E.
42d st N. .
ZELLER-BYRNES CO., 694 Williams
ave.: both phones; lady assistant"
HEMSTOCK 1487 E. lth, Sellwood 7J
. alao (14 Dawaon.. Wondlawn 1U4, "
FOUR room cottage, new. bath, toilet
wired, plastered and tinted, $1600?
$50 caah and $12.60 month. Smith
Wagoner Co., 211-312 Lewis bldg.
7 ROOM house for salo by owner, 167"
basement and walka. laundry trava. lot
60x100, beautiful shade and lawn, nice
proan or an Kinas. nee tnie at once.
I am leaving the city. Everything goea
for $1600. Take St. Johns car. set off
ai jessup si. im ureeiey, right on
rernne. Phono Woodlewn 1958.
INVESTIGATE quick, for sale, new
ianroraia oungaiow, u mock rrom
Hawthorne ave., beautifully furnished,
with flna nlano. five rooms. flreDlaca.
mn DBsemnnt, h cement: attic, 000
caaes, buffet and in faot modern In
every particular. Will sell furnished
or unfurnished. Easy terms. See own
er at Z9 E. 49th st.
PORTLAND HEIGHTS BUNGALOW
I room a corner lot 100x100. houaa
1 year old, haa full cement baaement
I fireplace, breakfaat room. aleeplas
porch. in fart everything that could
be reasonably expected for the very low
price or izqv; terme. irea w. uer-
man, 129 Burnslde. M. or A-1771.
IMPROVE your lot with your rent If j
you own your lot we win mil id you
a home to suit you, and let you pay
for It at 120 per month. Why pay rent
when thla opportunity Is watting for
your Correspondence solicited. Beaux
Arts Building Bo.. 201-1-1 Lumbermens
Diag. Phones Marshall 1479, A-I88I.
7 rooms and dan. aleenins? norch. fire
place, rurnace. gas ana eiectno fixtures.
built-in buffet and bookcases, mirror.
etc. Lean i4uo.
NATIONAL REALTY A TRUST CO,
tzH wash st, room tie. Main eiio.
$50 Down, $10 Month
5 room plastered new bungalow. Tre-
mont station. Mount Scott line, for
11100. Others would ask 11400 for thla.
It'a a bargain. John B. Goddard, 606
1 eon tia a.
NEW bungalow Roae City Park, ( room a
ana tatn. complete: beautiruny rin.
lshed. hardwood floors, fireplace, book
case, buffet Dutch kitchen, piped for
rurnace. cement naaement. 101 ttoxioo.
cloae to car. Terms arranged. For sale
by owner. 414 E. 6-Jth st north, corner
Best location Irvington; finished In
oak and very aelect fir; modern aa pos
sible, lot 76x100; aiso iota all prices.
Eaat 171. C-1861; no agents. W. H.
GOOD BUY 18300.
1(00 down, balance 111 a month. Now
If you want to get In a homo that Is a
home, here you are: A 1 story modern
nouae. an conveniencea, simply Tine: a
bsautiful large lot Don't mlas thla
Buy from owner, E-7K. Journal.
MUST sell my 1 room house on Pentn-
aula right on St Johns carllne. 26
minutes from city, lot 60x100, beautiful
shade trees and lawn; thla place fur
Geo. A, Ross,
Owner and Builder,
Gerllnger. Id and Alder.
Phono Main 1170.
$5500, Special Bargain
This Is a strictly modern I
room house with hardwood floora
downstalra. furnace, fireplace,
combination fixtures waah trays,
full baaement: near 24th and
Clackamaa, Holladay Park Addi
tion. Now completely furniahed.
and will throw In furniture If .
taken at once. . Easy terma to
right nartlea. McCarrar, ' Bates
A Lively. iJl Yeon bldg.
. I w I a, V I
Brand New, Cozy, 4 Room
Two blocks from car In Kenton Pnrt.
land'a manufacturing district;' has
water, aewer and electrlcltv. Prlca
$300 down, balance eaay paymenta.
B, S, Cook Si Co.
601 Corbett bldg.
A Modern Home
I rooms, bath, lara-a attic, flrenlana.
furnace, cement basement. electric
lights and gaa. a pretty lawn. located
on paved atreet In exclusive residence
district now occupied by owner; a bar
gain at $3600; $1000 caah, balance like
rent. Will take a lot or acreage In lieu
of caah payment.
' Stewart Realty Co,
Main $204. Ill Selling bids.
$600 CASH, BALANCE IN EASY PAY-
Will buy a beautiful bungalow In Rose
City Psrk. rooms, new. modern In ev
ery detail and on full site corner lot;
living room, dining room, mualo room,
I sleeolnr rooms. Dutch kitchen: varv
handsomely finished: hardwood floora,
fireplace, furnace; I block from car.
Price 14600. .It will nav vou to Inves
tigate this. McAllister & Lueddemann,
121 Electric bldg. .
DON'T FAIL TO SEE THIS!
Fine corner. 60x100: rood t-room
house: hard paved street 141 E. Couch.
Take E A or M V car, get off 28th and
Couch, I blocks east Best car service
In city. Will take lota or acreage as
part payment Bee owner on place after
5:10. Good property for flats. L-719.
FOR SALE LOTS
BELLE CREST SNAP.
Thla Int la nnm Vil nr Ir from carl In .
nlshed for $1100. Bee it et once, agents facing east a desirable building loca
need not apply. Call 1236 Greeley st tlon; will sell at a price considerably
Wood lawn 1968.
$26 DOWN. $12 ner month buys th
best new 5 room bungalow: hath, hot
and cold water; 40x106 lot; M block
from car. Price 11360. Ed. Miles, own
er, 4th house south on Main St., Lenta.
Mt. Bcott car.
GOOD modern 6 room houee. full lot
cement basement, Dutch kitchen, wash
trays, niceiv rimsnen msiae. Fruit trees,
walnut treea, roses, lawn, $000 to $800
caan, naiance in payments, call at 8(1
Eaat ntn st. rnone e. 60Z3.
sy at w w mv " i- y - now an uu
em 6 room bungalow, full baaement
Dutcn kitchen, un to data olumblnr.
block from good car service. $800 down,
balance $20 per month. Phono East
968, 2Z7 Grand ave.
DO YOU want a homo on the east side?
We have some beautiful placee, cheap
ana on easy terms, in xrvington, L.au
relhurst Rose City Park and other at
tractive districts. McAllister A Lued
aemann, 921 Kiectnc bldg.
X. ... . 1 I . I1 .1
I18UU email nouse ana nan acre o
around, fine condition, fruit trees
flowers and garden: east side, excellent
car service, fart caan. Miner, 416 Cham
per of commerce.
FOR SALE cheap, by owner, a good
o-room nouae ana oasement, lot 6JX
104. Take Brooklyn car. Get off K
12th st. Inaulre 681 Mary at. owner
SNAP ( room house, modern, nice
lawn, hard surface st. SOth and navla
east side, $4600; half cash, balance 6
years, 8 per cent Owner, E-718, Jour
$30 monthly which Includes 7 per cent
Interest buys 6 room home, lust
like rent Basement bath, gas, electric
lights, telephone. Corner lot Price
$2860. rnone owner, isa.ni 2741.
FOR SALE! New, modern aeven room
bungalow, lot BOxizo: price I4f00.
12000 down, balance 7 per cent 1297
Hawthorne avenun., near 44th street
Tteautlfnl S room, all modern hmia.
lot 60x100. lawn, roses, all klnda of
fruit and perries; must sell' at onoe. 937
B. etn st norm, uwner.
LISTEN New 4 room bungalow, 6 ft.
porch all around. Bull Run water. 4
beautiful lots, all In garden, genuine
snap; oniy itsuu; nave to sen; must sell.
$80 DOWN. $16 A MONTH.
Buys new -cottage and 60x100 lot In
live neigncornooa, , 22 minutes' ride on
car; price iioo.
WHHB; 41 Ej. BtarK Bt.
$2100 TAKES S room modern house.
lot auxitfv. near canine. lerms. . (iwn
er, 814 Eaat 8th st North. Phone Wood
lawn so7. v
MODERN 7 room house, furnace heat
nice garden, jswn, ruses, an Kinds ber
ries. 18 ts, wasmngton. inquire on prem
AAnu U"-"VJ ..-ir, "t"i. Mau. .
beet 1 10 acre rarm in Oregon. EaHt
, No agenta.
W. H. Herd-
man. - -
FOR SALE Largo house, all modern, in
- Piedmont part cash or exchange. Sell
cheap If taken at once. L-7 28. Journal.
FOUR room bungalow with lmnrove-
menta for 11826: 1180
monfi. Address 651 Id st
OR SALIv New modern 6-room hnna-a.
low. on Detroit and Holman; cash or
terms. Jas. B. Bacon, Woodlawn 1S6.
6 ROOMS, new, bargain, $4650. Terras to
suit no eommlaaion.
For full car
ds 11th st.
under value, with terms.
ticulars, address owner.
WHAT will you give for a high, well
drained building lot 60x100, on a (0
foot street with city water, a short
distance from a good carllneT I will
sell you such a lot for $2.60 a week.
Mr. Leonard, Columbia Trust company,
84 4th at.
$10 Down, $10 Per Month
Fine view lot matured fruit treea;
restricted district, near car, cement
walks. Bull Run water, fruit cared for
free of charge. 201 Board of Trade
CHOICE corner on Corbett street, best
buv on the street If you are looking
for property in this direction. It will
pay you to see us at once, xou can
buy on the street If you are looking
buy this so you can double yonr money.
M. E. Lee, 811 Corbett bldg.
$3 Down, $3 a MonW
Buys fine lots In Haxeldell. inside city
limits, near M-V car line and new Mt.
Hood electric now building right by this
property. Price $140 up. Open Sunday.
WEBB. 414 E. Stark, Cor. E. (th.
$160 CASH buys a new modern bunga
- low. corner, faces east. Hawthorne
district, fireplace, buffet paneled din
Ins; room, cement floor and walks. Bal
WESTERN INVESTMENT CO,
417 Board-of Trade.
CLOSE In acreage on the west side,
which is better ror a nome or invest
ment than a lot We have some very
choice acreage, only 16 to 10 minutes'
car ride. $50 cash payment and $10 a
month. M. E. Lee, 811 Corbett bldg.
Balance 110 month, per oent; 85x
106 on W-W carllne, near 47th st. Price
$1000. Spllwood 825. '
Must Have Cash
Full lot. shade, close to ear, school
and business. $225; adjoining property
$400. Arleta. 206 Madison. Main 45.
$826 BUYS a U acre, only 20 minutes'
ride on the Oregon Electric line: lies
Dea.ull4U, CAUCUCIIt licw. navoi ),i,tTii
to each tract. Terms $26 down and $5 l
a month. M. E. Lee, 111 Corbett bldg j
Kenton Factory .Center -
110 ner month - buvs choice lot ?
blocks west of bank and car line. Phona
owner.' C-1390. -
ONE lot New Astoria, 6 acres, near ocean
beach, mile south Ft. Stevens, value
$2600. Will trade for all or part Bur-
dlck. 628 Henry bldg- '
Owner, leavlnsr city, will sell beautl.
ful Westmoreland lot. price $600. terms.
blocks genwooq car. f-Tii, journal.
FORCED to sell my lot in Westmore
land; half block to car line; eaat
front. Phone Woodlawn 776.
CHOICE quarter block, Weat Killings
'worth. Muat sell this week. . N-724,
TWO lots on Peninsula, ' 1 biock front
ear, 1176 to nulsk buyer.
nal. - ' ". . ; ; '
60x100 on 16th St., near Klllingsworth.
OR BALE Lot on E.' 1th. near, AP
berta. Phone C-196S. :'
$240 EQUITY In" fine Capitol Hill lot;
make offer.Owner.E. 1116, B-1417. .
90u,TRM8rakesnTy Weslmorelind J
o(, on car una. ct-m, journal. .