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TJiK OliEGO.'t SUNDAY JOUKNAL. I'OBTLAND. St'NPAY HORNING. OCTOHLH t. Hit
'1 LARGEST OF VEEK
t Sacramento Man Days Prop
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airnar -rei m i miuiii county. I :"-. T: ," " 7, , ,6 Milf cm.
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; ft. th. Milton nal.hborhooa. th rrP- "Tivi Jnhi7 Ali WH " h
Maaan for 1100 n arr. Th m. po- i'" r?uin'jr' l,!!,." JiT- .5 Irrlt.ln eompany h.a t
i nia hv. um 1 1- i. ih. um- family to arrive In few wek and ., '
rraawatcr dlalrict to A. A. Blby for ,,,M'JLW,U co'nmc atln thtlr bom h(. c,(y . w of (MJ nr.r tUrmU.
. ,B uron' inn containing T and II.IH arrr for
Tha al4lforJ Really and Improvement
I J. Gray A Co. aold th B. J. Rldder
company have rurchaaad a block of land! frro of 10 acrt flv and a hlf
on Writ Jackson boulavard from O. W.nl aouthweat of Albany laat 8lur-of arrr(J nr.r Troutdal la rorttand
Irldly. Th around U ltutJ Juat y to J. D. iouiii or mia cuy. tm buyer for II&09. Th proparlv la Jo-
Mr a. mien Wrlcht ha aold her farm
writ from tha Jackaon achool and la I ronalderatlon Is not flven out, how-1 r,t)Kl ouihat of town.
between Summit avenu and Columbus I aver, xnia la a gooa urm, an unaer
aireeL Char ea 8. Ibo I mininr of I cuiuvauon. Mr. louaui win pui up a i i m.rkhnm h.a rtii a a a
thla company and ha state that Ma j dwelling hou, barn and thr build-1 thereby h timaafer to Julia A. Lear
company weuia a one irrane in n-1 na " m h'i. I and Net it roster for a consideration
of 15000 a fraction over eight acre
, tlr tract and otharwla put It In shape
for dwelling construction and tliat early
I liext Spring would commence th e rec-
tloa of 14 bungalow on th block. '
R. C. Dement of Aurora has sold a
-part of his Hubbard ranch to L. A.
, liraden of Coos "Bay. Th tract aold la
,100 acre. Th price ia not mad pub
, 11c. There Is much activity In real es
tate In th vicinity of Aurora, and price
are still lower than In the adjoining
C. M. Haskell of Roseburg has sold
Ma, IS acre fruit farm in Edenbower to
R. A. Wolnsteln. of Terr Haute. Ind.
'Mr. Wclnsteln and family, consisting
of his wife and two children, ara here
and will take poaaesslon aa soon aa their
household goods arrive. Mrs. Haskell
will go east for a vlst with relatives
but they will probably arfaln locate in
this vicinity. Thla property Is on of
th nicest fruit farms In Edenbower,
and th transfer was negotiated by the
Harding Land company.
Ail v Important deal In orchard Jand I ut land about a mil north of Kro
was completed In lbaaon laat week I water..
in which aeorg It. braltn or imperial,
Neb., acquired th 40 acre orchard ad-1 c. O. Laurltxen. repreaentlna- an east
Joining Lebanon from P. M. Bcroa-rln. I em syndicate, completed negotiations
owner or tne Lnanon lumoer miua.Vth Wingate A Ftnlayson yesterday
About half of the tract Ilea within the for th ourchae of approximately 00
corporate limits or ieoanon ana nee allots In the city f Astoria for a con
houae and large bam on it and is I slderat on of I7S.S00. The nurchaae
planted to appio ireea rrom bit to eignt I win be placed on tha market In BU
yeara oia. Mr. emitn paia vzb.ooo loripaul. Minn., and New Tork city. Mr.
th tract I Laurltien. who la stopping at the We In
hard-Aatoria hotel, confirmed the deal
M. B. crart naa been orrred iiooo an I last night prior to th chamber of com
acre tor nia peacn orcnara or rour or i mere banquet
rive acrea pear tne Masonic cemetery
, B. W. MCComas", the well known grain
buyer, has Just purchased 80 acres of
4 Indian land about a mil southwest of
Cayuso. in Umatilla county. A 40 acr
- piece . was secured from 7 Mary . Flush,
formerly Ta-ma-e-llcht, and - her. hus
band, Charles Flush, for 11200 and the
5 other 40 was bought from Rosa Oilman
j formerly Rosa Lyman, formerly Agh-to-
. noon, ana ner nusoana, waiter tinman,
for $1000. The deeds were placed on
i rcccrd today.
1 Kenneth . Mcintosh . of Asotin . county,
! Washington, while visiting In Milton'
last week with friends, becamo so in
fatuated with th country that he pur
chased 16 acres of the company, and,
while he ' doesn't1 take possession at
once, he has engaged - to have his hold
ings well oared for and expects in time
to build up one of the nobbiest homes
In the valley.
at Albany. The trvea ar two year
old and doing; fine. The offer was re
fused. He hss about 40 acrea there
In all, close to th Oregon Electric, a j
GARAGE AND STABLE
Mrs. J. M. Spencer of Albany has
sold her fine stock farm of .-412 acres
situated south of town to W. E. Rob
ertson, recently from Minnesota, Mr.
Robertson and family arrived this
week to close the dt-al and will, tako
WILL COST 120,000
Walter F. Burrell, owner of the mag
Kylo McDaniel, principal of the public
schools, of Adams, has purchased 160
acres of land lying five miles west of
possession at once. This is on of th niriceni nome at u -i weniiem aireei
best stock ranches in Linn county. and Hawthorne avenue, la having plans
drawn for a combined garage and atable
C. B. . Compton, a government em-I which will cost to' build between $16,000
ploye in the Philippines, with head- and 120,000. Jt Is to b an elaborate
quarters at Manila, has purchased a structure, - probably the most expensive
tract of orchard ,4n two and three year! building of its kind In Portland. It
old trees near Dee, In the Hood River I will be two stories high. 42 by 113 feet
valley. The property formerly "be-lln ground dimensions and with walls
longed to C, U Greene, foreman of the of pressed brick and cut stone trim.
Oregon; Lumber company a mills.-, Mr. 1 it will have a number of fireproof com
Compton -will ha v the orchard taken partments In which will be stored the
car or ior two or wree years ana win more combustible materials. The ground
then come to Hood River to make hi floor will contain stalls for six horses,
home. He States that ha bought at I Quarters for a like number of autos.
Hood River after having fully invest!-1 auto repairing room, harness room antf
gated'. all other fruit growing districts 1 tool room.
on the coast. He left Friday to return I On the second floor will be quarters
to Manila, taking, with him a bunch of for the male heln. including six sleen-
Hood River literature, which he will ins rooms, kltqhenette and storage for
distribute among his mends in tit hay and grain.
Philippines. Architect Lewis I. Thompson pre
oared the plans and will supervise the
Messrs. potunger ana , Amy sold a I construction of the building. "
tract of land in East Med ford Satur-I
day to B. B. Noyes for $400. The land ,
Journal want ads bring , results.
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ala ibaj ha a ba rtosl TH aw
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th BUn-beaar labia o r mot
tract. Amor. h bufTl.aavra la Orf$
M. Bha4a, eeadaetar e tb t H
I. P. Una In -orlU-t4. Mr, 0hl4i
baa already rrli4 a Houe. bar.
poultry boua and oihr bwlldlnga e
bi plara. whlrh la cwipne4 of I
era. Other purrhaear la PorlUM
ar II. O.. Kieaar. fit -; Wllltaan
Mitagrov. aavan at-ra. A. r. IH'od. S
acre; IL J. Joy, n cr: ciaorga
1.1111. 10 arra; J. H lilrt--k, five
arraa: J. Auld and 1 C. Hat. of Orar.ro
I and II arraa. rapwiily ; and l.ll-
lla II. Hkfllon, of kldm.l.la. Waah
flv met. On a numtr of th Iraria.
buildinga have already barn ria-4
and th place ha taken n th appear-
ore of cjulta a llv community.
Th ram firm ha lo dlvMad lb
farm of A. MKJtlL northwaat of to.
Into garden tracta Th first porchaaar
of thla iracl ta T. C. I4vlngton. of
Mill Kail a, Waah, who ha purchased
Th town Itaelf bap building, Ih
Prbytrrian church being tha last com
plated and dedicated laat Sunday. Plaae
and apeclflcatlona ar now out for a
new fir department and town hall, one
block west of th railway elation. Wil
liam Konta has also lumber on the
ground for a new grocery stor to b
arectod two block south of th depot
Th town 1st loss than four year
old and th progress mad I on a par
with any town of Its sis on th coast
SEATTLE HOPING HARD
TO GET SKYSCRAPER
While th Indication point strongly
to Seattle yet having that 42 story of
fice building which they have bean
talking and writing about for a year
past, there are still som doubters left
In this "neck of th woods." A New
York contractpr arrived In Seattle laat
week, opened an office and forthwith
announced that construction of th mon
ster skyscraper would begin about the
first or the new year. Tne ouuaing i
to b erected by the L. C. Smith es
tate, nianufacturera of the L. C. Smith
typewriter. In a recent Issuo th Brat
tle Time commented on th proposed
new structur as .follows.
At his office. 04 Paclflo block, Mr.
Marshall would not discuss his plans,
aside from stating that ha will go ahead
as fast as' possible with the construc
tion of the new skyscraper.
The assembling of the material and
apparatua will take some time, while
the demolition of, tho present brick Im
provements and the installation of the
neavv ateel and concrete foundational
for 'the new building are expected to'
occupy aeveral weeks.
'The task or tearing down tne pres-1
ent buildings will be postponed as late
S possible and still permit the roun-1
datlons to be In readiness for the steel,
which will arrive about February 15, 1
912. . Tha tenants In the present 1
structure have urged that they be al-I
lowed to remain until the last minute
nd.Mr. Marshall , has signified his In
tention of waiting' until) absolutely nec
essary before starting to wreck these
buildings." - '
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- Tb9 Whceldon, 5-storjr and basement apartment bouse, located at Tenth and Salmon streets. '
I WO 10
, Contractor A. F. Squires closed a :
deal last week for the purchase of a
quarter block located at the southwest
corner of Williams avenue and Sumner
street. The property is-vacant but was 1
purchased, with a view to Its suitable
Improvement. : Mr. " Squires has an
nounced " that he will at once begin 1
the erection of two modern two-story.;
dwellings, each to cost about $3G00. j
Architect W. H. Downing has pre- '
pared plans' and specifications for a
two8tory 9 -room1 frame residence for I
E. Vers tees, which Is to be erected at
the corner of East Twenty-third and!
Knott stpeets. The structure Is to b 1
of colonial type of architecture. It I
will have hardwood floors, the usual ,
built-in conveniences and beamed and
paneled dining room arid library. The;
building will cost approximately $6000.
Peter Ell, : th cement contractor, has
let the contract for a flv room frame
bungalow to be erected -on East Forty
fifth street in Atlas addition south
east. The structure will cost close to
$2000. . s
, Rest After Exertion.
- According to a French physician a
short period of rest aufficea to prepar
b person for new exertion 'after heavy
but not protracted work; while longer
rest i necessary after eontlnuoua work
of lighter nature. . -
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Uh:, Huh And rmr t f tutU. tilLmg ihe
cotintriilf n.l city tor mi! ifOn4, in4 yti
only 10 mlnuttt from Siath an! Wihlnton Stfttta.
Building Sites From
$750 to $5000
The Writ Si.le will alwtya bt Votihnd' teat" tide.
ARLINGTON HEIGHTS Ami KINGS HEIGHTS will
always bir the let of all Hfishia properlie an4 ihc
eldest in. The nrrct car will no! lc more than
two blorkt from any Jot. Ijitrance to tract
through the City Park or from Wathington
turret. I lard turtaced street and cement
wfks being laid throughout the
Let tm takfc vou to
in ten minutes from our office,
or phone for appointment.
Dorr E Keasey & Co.
" Cluuabtf of C-umtm BnUdUf.
Buys This Colonial Bung
SIX ROOMS AND
Two Additional Rooms Can Be Finished Upstairs, II Desired ,
In a high-class district on the
northwest slope of Mt Tabor,
this is 'an ideal home on 1
very attractive street. r- Im
provements in and paid , for.
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Some of the Advantages
Magnificent view. .
Fine neighborhood. '
Lot 60x100 ft, with fin elevation.
Graded street. - -
Cement sidewalk and curb. '
House Just finished.
Open plumbing. 1
Buffet and bookcases built In. ,
Paneled and beamed dining room.
Bull Run water. 1 , '
Telephone, gas and electric light.
The East Side
Get out of your cramped quarter in the crowded district, away'from the noise, dirt and fog; get into-your
own" home. In this beautiful residence district you will find neighbors to your liking and will begin to live.
Slop Paying '.Rent-Own Your Come
Buy on a rising market and share in the advance that always follows the opening tip of a choice tract of
close-in "view" property, in a growing district Your rent money will pay fof your home in a few year.
Besides, you can't sell your rent receipts and you could sell your home if you desired.- Take Mount-Tabor
car to Thorburn avenue and 64th street, or Montavilla car to East 65th street. Salesmen ort the grounds.'
Call at ouf office this Sunday, and let us show you Pal
myra. This house will go quickly.
' : Both Phones Pacific Main 6869, Home A-6267 .
The Fred A. Jacobs Company
(Member Portland Realty Board)
138-140 isth St., ''Portland, Or.
.Largest Realty Operators on Pacific Coast
Mail This Coupon Today.
Fred A. Tacoba Co. .........
. rortland. Or.: .
.Please-' send full particulars wn-ardinff
Palmyra to " (MO-29-11)