The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, October 14, 1914, Page 13, Image 13

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    THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, WEDNESDAY ' EVENING, OCTOBER 14, 1914.
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OREGON
ELECTRIC
AND
UNITED RAILWAY LOSE
T
ACCORDING
0 REPORT
Orego
n Trunk Line Shows
Deficit While S., P, & S.
Shows Profit for the Year.
BaJern, Or., Oct. 14. According to
the annual report of tlie Oregon Elec
tric railway, which haa juat been filed
with tt state railroad commlMtion,
the road showed a deficit of $54,301.60
wben the year ended June 30. How
ever, It bad a surplus of $040,824.70
at the beginning of the year and so
the aurplua at the clone wm $605,
SIT. 08. Koad and equipment and gen
eral expenditures totaled $13,027,142,
which la $84,296 per mil,- of line. The
revenue during the year totaled $1,
111,804.13 and the expenses $804,636.70.
There was a miscellaneous income of
$5512.67. Reductions from income In
cluded $56,033.36 paid as taxes, and In
terest on the funded debt totaled
$100,000, while Interest on the un
funded debt reached $263,935.14. The
net loss In the operation of the road
was $42,301.50 and a dividend of 6 per
cant was declared, making the deficit
$64, 30$. 60. The company has 164 60
tntles of road and oporates over 1.72
miles 'of the line of the United Rail
ways. Th ratio of operating expenses
to operating revenue was 68. 08 per
cent
The United Railways also operated
t a Ions during the year ending June
30, 1914, according to its report, the
total net operating deficit bins $S2.
$40. The company operates 33.72 miles
In Oregon and Its road and equipment
1 figured at $6,241,339, the total cost
per mile be'lnjr $1, 52f). The revenue
for the year reached $123,353 and ex
renses were $205,693. The ratio of
operating expenses to operating rev
tnues ws 11.75. The capitalization
per mile of the I'ompany Is $112,074.
The Oregon Trunk line, another Hill
feeder, 158.91 miles in length, with
capital stock of $ 1 0,no.o00, shows an
Investment of $16,273.90, which Is
$10X,6S0 per mile. The revenues to
taled $,1 11,342 and the expenses-$195,-$27,
making the ratio of expenses to
operating revenues 104 per cent. The
deficit for the year warn $74f. ';
The Spokane.. Portland & Seattle ol
enites e total rf fti7 fo miles of line in
Oregon and Washington, its report
shows. Capita.! dock outstanding
total $40, 000. "00 and bori'ls $80,000,
000 The tntepsst on hoiuls is $2,948,
400 unnuuliy txrA ti e. capitalization per
mile of road Is $21!.L".i3. The Invest
ment for road and equipment is $60,
09.T.405. or $i20,:;t p.-r mile. Reve
nues for ttiH entire ri;ul totaled $4,
901,740 and expenses totaled $'-,80$,.
642. Tho total revenue for Oregon
was $1,099,600 and the ratio of op
erating expenses to operating revenue
was 57 3 per t ent.
gon. Hawiey fa&s even come la for
(Teat deal of criticism from the old-
time residents of the state, who con.
tend that the birthplace of the respec
tive (candidates for congress, provided
they were born under the American
flag, is not an issue in the present
campaign, and that the raising of this
point by the Republican congressional
committe is a confession of weakness
on the part of Hawiey.
xeaieraar Mr. Hollister visited Leb
anon and Scio and today is attending
me x-oiaio rair at Harrlsburg. He
is meeting with a splendid reception
throughout the entire county and the
Democratic central committee is claim
ing that he will carry Linn county de
spite a Republican majority on the
face of the registration books, of an-
proximately 1800 votes.
Burglars Get Nothing.
The residence of Ralph W. :oyt,
at St. Clair and Main streets, was en
tered by burglars Sunday evening and
ransacked from garret to cellar. No
one was in the house at the time.
The family ia en route from Europe.
Nothing was missing, as the Hoyts
had stored all their Jewelry and silver
ware in a local safe deposit vault
before going abroad.
Saloonkeeper Under Arrest.
Roseburg, Or., Oct. 14. Arrested at
Glendale on a charge of selling intox
icating liquors to minors, John Hanks,
a saloonkeeper there, waived prelimin
ary examination when arraigned in
the justice court here and la being
held under $100 bail to appear before
the grand Jury. Hanks is accused of
selling liquor to two Canyonville boys.
STANDING OF THE TEAMS
Picifio Oout League.
Won. Lost.
Portland , . 104 78
San Franeitsco 109 S9
lx Angeles UK !
Venice 106 2
Mission 8 112
Oakland 74 123
Chicago City Series.
Natimsla 8 t
Americans 3 8
Kw York City Series.
National 1
Americans 1 4
Pet.
.571
.551
.541
.S33
.379
jm
.500
.800
.200
Maine Divine Abhors
Prohibition
"My eye were opened to the GREAT EVILS
of prohibition in a very few year. The clubs
organized YOUNG MEN, the selling of
VILE DECOCTIONS by women and children,
the HYPOCRISY and CORRUPTION arrested
my attention."
REV. DR. BLANCHARD, Portland, Maine.
(paid Adv., Taxpayers' and Ware Earners' league of Oreg-oa.
K. c. Allen, Sec'y, Morgan Blag., Portland, Orefoa-)
WATCH
HE'S COMING
Hollister in Linn
Is Well Received
Indications Are That Democratic Can
didate for Congress Trout First Sis.
trist Will Have Elsr lead.
Alhmy, Or., Oct. 14. Frederick Hol
lister; Democratic nomine- for con
rejsa . foom . tija First .congres&sional
district, is making a whirlwind cam
paign of I. Inn county. nni unless all
alKiis fnil. will carry this section of
the stntc o "i I'nnncfsman Hawiey
by r nul"t.i nt iiil m-i .ferity.
Konie of the loi ditifr U'publleans in
Linn fount are oprnlj supporting the
candidacy of Hollister. upon the the
ory that Hawiey hn failed to make
pood, and for the further reason that
he In out of hnrmony with the admin
istration. They argue that the senate
and house are certain to remain in
the hands of the Democrats and that
a Republican congressman even con
ceding for tho sake of argument, that
he ' capable -would be unable to ren
der any real service to his constitu
ents. Again the Republican, congressional
committee in the first district has
made a frightful political blunder
which has cost Hawiey hundreds of
votes throughout, the entire district.
On the back of the state fair program
this committee made an attack upon
Hollister because he was born In Qeor.
gl. They asserted that a man with
such antecedyits has nothing to com
mend him to tho voters of the Kirat
congressional district. This attack ia
repented by the thousands of Oregon
citizens who were not born within the
fitate, and these voters are condemning
Hawiey In no uncertain terms because,
they assert, he Is attempting to make
political capital out of the mere sect
dent of his birth as a native of Ore-
The
mber
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Every home in Portland will
welcome this new visitor
SOMETHING FOR ALL
Portland Gas & Coke Co.
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THE TURKISH BLEND
CIGARETTES
Th e "original Turkish,
blend with the dis--'tinctive
character'
'that- men like !
Journal Circulation and Trade Contest
List of Candidates How They Stand:
Get to work at once and send in votes for your favorite candidate.
Don't forget that one vote for every cent in purchases of over 5c at
the contest stores and one vote for every cent over 66 cents paid in
advance subscriptions. Also double votes on merchandise of the
contest wholesalers are allowed. Ask for your votes.
DISTBICT SO. 1
Cotter, Miss Marie, 387 Fourth street
Pollock, Evelyn, 220 N. Eighteenth street
Kelson, Courtney, 450 Montgomery street
Meeve, Mrs. M., 711 Hood street
Poliette, Evelyn, Arlington Hotel
Rogers, Edna, 295 Eigtheenth street. North...
Chiles, Eva C, 295 Eleventh street
Gray, Alice, 435 Twelfth street
Murphy, Rev. E. P., 349 N. Nineteenth street..
Bishop, Freda, Hotel Navarre, 11th and Alder.
Robinson, Roy. 601 Clay atreet
Maffei, Ida, 325 Fourth street
Hale. Ethel, 1649 Virginia street
.McDougall, Esther, 395 Cable street
Anderson, Charlotte, 910 Kelly st..
i-l'V.'f.-i !..,r,m.lrr...r..i; n - r-'-- "-;r-, '-, 'f-'l r-- I.V - . .-" " ,
Schmid, Misa Lena 122 Abernathy street
Butneriana, Etnei. Multnoman Jriotei
Churchley, M. Greta, 109 Whltaker street
Ngieaich c T., Z88 N. Sixteenth street
Beguin, Alwyn, 885 Corbett street
Norwood, Nova, 308 Thirteenth street
Bohle, Mrs. A., 243 Harrison street
Willlama. Mabel, 411 Eleventh street
Van Sickle, Miss, 607 Marshall street
Wilkie, Robert, foot of Davis street
Duncan Jessie, 1b3 e. Nlneteentn street
Melson. MUdren
Clark, Louise, 328 Mill street
Teutscn, Jr., Lee, 777 Kearney street
Metzler, Genevlte, 501 Market street
Fogel. Carl R., Washington Hotel, 12th and Washington...
tsajter. aiaDei
Durand. Grace -
DISTRICT SO 2
Curtiss, Miss Nellie. 1120 East Sixth street, North .
Circle, Miss Esther, 1438 Union avenue, North
Carnahan, Verna, 480 East Fiftieth street. North
Janisch, Mildred, ze Eugene street
Dryden, Ethel X... East Twenty-seventh and Knott streets..
Seybold, Ruth, 76 East Fifty-seventh street. North
Hennings, Roy, 916 Haight avenue ;
Blaesing. Lenore, 721 East Fifty-seventh street, North....
Healy, Irving, 488 Williams avenue
Pfaender. Ruth, 171 East Twenty-ninth street. North .-
Wilson. Raleigh C 970 E. Twenty-third street. North
White, Bernice, 963 East Ninth street. North
Sykes, Mrs. Russel. evx Kotiney avenue
Porter, Mildred, 408 Morgan street
uaum, Mrs. Jonn, bob Basi t:oucn mri
Salmonsort, Rose, 1029 East Twenty-first street, North
Link, Cleo. 394 Going street
Chaetain, Mildred, 264 Going atreet
Bkogseth, Esther, 17Z Winona srreei
Chapman. Emma. 152 Knott street
Cross, Virgil S.. 715 East Seventy-fifth street. North
Hopp, Mtss ljyoia, bio lirana avenue, jxorm
Conlee, Mrs. L. R., 331 Weidler street
Brown, Kathryn, 500 East Fifty-bixth street, North
Moore, Madelyne, 187 Union avenue. North
Kelly. Lester J., 516 East Forty-sixth street. North.......
Skans, Miss Hanna. 337 Stanton street
Gorge, Miss Minnie, 823 East Eighth street. North
Matthews, C. N., 242 Monroe street
Hoffman. Genevieve, 803 Vancouver avenue
Duel, Laura, 936 East Couch street
Myers, Cammie, 886 Larrabee street
Tobey, Miss Edith, 846 Patton avenue -
Tucker. Miss Clyde. East 29th and Irving
Hill, Mrs. H. D., 1183 Albina avenue
Adams, Golda, 329 Larrabee street
Gustafson, Mrs. Harvey, 65 Beech street
Thornton Ross C. B., 153 Alberta street ........
Thomas, Mrs. Frank, 30 E. Seventy-sixth street. North
Olson, Miss Mabel, 919 Borthwick street
Ackles. Misa Ruth K.. 1021 E. Twenty-f ourth St., North..
Went, Louisa, 847 Missouri avenue
Kurtz. Harry. 699 Schuyler street
Baxter, Bessie, 610 E- Thirty-seventh street. North
Rlgdon, Mary. 2002 East Flanders street
Kelly, S. B.. 934 Halsey street
Bchulz. Nora. 297 Tillamook street . .
Cook, Ransom, 430 East Fortieth street. North. . .. ........ .
Durant, Cora, 661 Commercial street
Olsen, Mrs. Mary, 1310 Denver avenue
King, William R., 2040 East Couch street
Machelle. Luoile. 31 East Eighth street. North
Green, Miss Amelia, S38 Williams avenue
Jemtegard. Myrtle. 417 Knott street
Prebnow, Miss Annette. 890 Gantenbein avenue
Standish, Margaret, 1S58 Portsmouth avenue...............
Rlnehart, Miss Iva, 1313 East Fourteenth street. North....
DISTBICT HO. 3
Shaw, Martha, 627 Henry avenue
Waitt, Rev. W. A., 1242 East Taylor street
Bryant, Grace, 13 East Seventh street
Dement, Miss Alice, 548 East Fourteenth street
Alvord. Miss Maud, 6929 Forty-sixth avenue, S. E.
Baker, Eva M., 631 Belmont street
Jones, June S.. 228 East Thirty-seventh street
Knight, Priscilla, 4810 Sixty-second street. S. E...
Shannon, Miss Pearl, 668 Tenino avenue, Sellwood
Bowerman, Gertrude, 180 Grand avenue
Hansen. Miss Lydia. 3840 Fifty-second street, S, E
Cracknell. Robert, 19 East Thirty-second street
Jacobs, Mrs. Fred A., 127 East Twenty-eighth street
Reynolds, Glenn. New York Apts., E. 7th and Belmont
Buell, Sarah, 4915 Seventy-fifth street, S. E.
Anderson, Helen, 1231 Hawthorne avenue
Spencer, Miss Ivah, 5719 Foster Road. S. E.
Stelzer, Goldie, 255 East Thirty-fifth street..
Ellis Eva, 260 East Thirty-fifth street
Jaeger, Emily, 4861 Sixty-fourth street, S, E.
Rieger Jr., Otto, 690 East Morrison street
Hall Mrs. H. N.. 1730 East Thirteenth street
Chaff in, Ruth, 6003 Thirty-eighth avenue
Merrill Joseph, 291 East Twenty-third street
Howe Mrs. H. C, 1116 East Market street
Dahlgren. Clement, 724 East Thirteenth street
Vetsch, Ruby, 512 East Market street
Crane. Gladys, 1099 Hawthorne avenue
Inroan, Mrs. E. E., 482 Beacon street
Wallberg. Miss Alma, 434 Umatilla avenue
Goodin. Miss Murel, 6106 Thirty-sixth avenue, S. E.
Anders Edith L., 241 East Fifty-second street
Warden Mrs. W. D.. 210 East Thirty-second street
Flier. Pearl, 5231 Sixty-eighth street. S. E
Calaway Mrs. Leota, 7249 Foster Road, S. E.
Hand, Opal, 7606 Sixty-third avenue. S. E.
Whitney; Helen, 59 East Thirtieth street
Amato. Miss Marguerite, 5309 Thirty-ninth avenue. S. E...
Bakesy Cora, 6443 Sixty-fifth street, S. E
Krohn Alfred. 311 East Twenty-second street
Slefer. Miss Augusta? 4836 Sixty-fifth street, S. E
Lvnds Mildred, 474 East Ash street
Stratt'on Misa Edith Marie. 4128 Fifly-sixth avenue, S. E..
Strube. Marie, 1134 Hawthorne avenue
IturmT Laura, 318, East Thirty-sixth street
Rears Guy L., 595 Tacoma -
Grosland. Miss Mae, 5929 Fifty-fourth avenue, S. K.
MoSsenrDorcus I., 20 East Tenth street
PowelL GeVjrge, 6028 Forty-seventh avenue, S. E
Moore Georgia. 1061 East Salmon street...
Ttl Edward M., 1819 East Morrison street
Sdott. Hubert G., 728 East Eighth street
La Bri" Clairbeile, 1059 East Morrison street.
St Claire Grace, 4520 Flfty-nlntb street, S. E.
Luihnf Mrs. J. W. H-. 2811 Forty-eighth street. S. E.
SlSonsen, Niels, 20 East Sixtieth street
Thompson. Mrs. iohn. 4111 Fifty-sixth avenue, S. E.
Johnson Mrs. Ethel. 5583 Thirty-sixth avenue. 6. E.
S Rnirier Mrs. K. K., Z EUSl ri"l.n Bireci
SS Tt.v. W E.. East 37th and Clay streets
ye -A.fiv. ri -Co.. Thirtv.fnurth street
Jone's Mrs. Dorothy, 4803 Forty-fifth avenue, S. E...
Nelson Florence, 1547 Belmont street
Frver W 716 Bush street...
Pantal Mrs. J. W., 494 East Thirty-fourth street
Anderson, Helen M., 735 Clinton street..
C10dfeltexL Nolan A., 1221 East Madison..
Alttock7 Helen, 75 East Ninth street........
French, Jemima!. 37S2 Sixty-fifth street, S. E,
Hutchins, Fay, 313 Glenn avenue..
Johnson. Dorothy 7411 Fifty-eighth avenue, S E. ... .
Kali. Mrs. Belle, 6915 Sixty-seventh street S. E.
WadswVrth; F. Merle. 37$ East Fiftieth street
DISTRICT WO 4
McClure, Miss Edna, McCoy and Dow 8ts-, Brentwood.
Wood, Miss Ethel A., 7230 Sixty-fifth avenue. S. E...
Hauner, Mrs. F. J., Beaverton, Or
Arnold, Frank V., Vancouver, Wash.
Noxen, Oscar, Eugene, Oregon. ,
Johnson, Clifford
Moore, Myrtle, 207 Third avenue. Lents, Or....-
Parke, Kathrine Grace, R. F. D- No. 2, Camas, Wash..
West, Mrs. Elizabeth, Araboy, Wash
Hows, Mrs. Herbert H.. Maplewood, Or....
Vm Alma C r.UnnlA Or
Heck, Mrs, W. C.. 924 S. Hayes street, St. Johns...
Reynolds, jrancis, Rainier, ur. . , .
Beard, Tommy, jossn, or ,
Eickson, Mrs. E. T., Camas, Wash
isnne, Minerva, Box 118, Estacada, Or
Johnson, Earle H., R. F. D. No. 1, Box 109 Clackamas, Or..
Lee, Mrs. L. C, Aurora, Or,.
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Nomination Blank
JOURNAL CONTEST DEPARTMENT:
Please enter the name of
Name
114,683
91.478
87.403
64.672
62,850
50,921
50,880
41,297
48.119
36.846
31,828
25.743
24.402
16,207
12,675
11,577
11,410
9.375
7,835
7,763
5.5 1 "
6,375
2,705
2.680
2.019
1.200
745
167
135
115
60
60
10
182,55$
92,293
75,26".
89.066
- 33.110
32,200
31,711
26,240
23,472
23,470
19,560
18.321
17,840
18. 771
13,265
12,595
10.995
9.115
8.925
2,680
8,105
7,630
6,945
5,745
4,850
4,775
4,541
3,946
3,460
8,100
. 3,080
2,966
2,568
2,460
1,965
1,883
1,745
1.615
1,455
1,380
1,375
MU
People Outside of Pfetlandl.
ST WM in -The Jdiiraal s
Trade and Circilatiofl fomtest
$5000 Worth of SplendiPrizes
for Oregon folk who cah hustle
100.806
94,672
87.925
86,964
85,215
77,310
61.225
49,922
38,199
29,630
22.605
23,410
22,364
20,478
19,070
18.450
18,005
17,750
16.569
16.540
14,915
14,916
12,995
11,723
11,289
10.130
10.104
9.595
9,110
9,305
8,856
8.37S
7,965
7.800
6,168
6.674
6,039
6,809
6,765
6,465
5,315
6.286
5,193
2,990
2.7n
1,725
2,160
2,065
1.900
1,390
1,888
1.79S
1,745
1.420
1,040
875
370
822
315
210
190
180
165
135
130
100
75
65
60
40
40
26
16
4,946
4.105
4,000
,3.570
8.100
2,115
1.900
1,740
250
166
161
85
60
30
15
15
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Address
Age.. .. .
Name .
Address
.years. Residing: in district
Yours truly.
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CITY AND NORTHWEST DIVIDED INTO DISTRICTS
Opportunity Equal!
YOU CAN WIN
An automobile
A higlj-grade piano
A grafmiola
A trip p the exposition
The following manufacturers and wholesale firms are rep
resented in The JOURNAL Trade and Circulation Contest
Allen & Lewis Preferred Stock. Labels worth 50- votei
Golden Rod Millin Co. Cereals. 2 votes tor evary cent represented
Portland Pure Milk & Cream Co. Purity milk. Labels worth 20 vote?
Rasmussen & Co, Paints. Oils and Brushes. Cash tickets worth 2
votes for every cent represented
Portland Ry., L. & P. Co Electrical supplies
Closset & Devers Teas, Coffee, Spices. 2 votes for every cent repre
sented
U. S. Laundry
cent
Dry Cleaning. Cash receipts good for 2 votes for every
Santiseptic Lotion. Cork seals good
Ebenscott Chemical Laboratoriei
for 100 votes
Scandinavian-American Bank Time Deposits. 200 votes for every dol
lar deposited and left for 6 months.
Log Cabin Baking Co. Tip To Bread. Labels good for IS votes.
Hudson & Gram Otter Clams, "Labels good for 30 votes.
Crown Mills Flour. 50-lb. sacks 330 votes. 25-lb. sacks 170 votes. 10-
lb. sacks 80 votes.
Luckel, King & Cake Soap Co. Soaps. Wrappers count 2 votes for
every cent of value
Union Meat Co. Columbia brand Hams and Bacon. Labels, 500 votes
Lard labels, large, 350 votes; medium, 180 votes; small, 125 votes.
Columbia brand Salad Oil, 70 votes
Holly Brand Milk Labels worth 20 votes
Damascus Creamery Butter. 2 votes for every cent of,value.
Albina Fuel Co. Coal and Wood receipts. 1 vote for every crnt of value
Bring All Wrappers or Labels to Journal for Votes
Cash Slips From the Following Retailers Have a Voting
Power of One Vote for EVERY CENT OF PURCHASE
Ben Selling Men's Clothing, Hats and Haberdashery Women's Ap
parel, r ourth and Morrison Sts.
C. H. Baker Men's, women's and children's Shoes. 380 Washington St.,
corner West Park
C. H. Baker Men's, women's and children's Shoes, 270 Washington St.
C. H. Baker Men's, women's and children's Shoes, 270 Morrison St.
The J. K. Gill CoV Stationery, Books, Office Supplies, Third and Alder
The Juvenile Children's Outfitters, Boys Clothing, 143 Sixth St.
Ray Barkhurst Men's Tailor 6th and Stark Sts.
Lennon's Gloves, Umbrellas, Hosiery, 309 Morrison St.
Portland Emporium Coats, Suits, Dresses, Furs, Waists, Millinery,
124 Sixth St
Jones' Market Meats, etc, 4th and Alder. Phones, Marshall 1, A-6281
Henry C. Schroeder (Furniture) 244 Russell. C-1774. East 3542
Bonham & Currier, General Merchants 103 Jersey St., St. Johns, Or.
W. & Goggins, Shoes, Gents' Furnishings 104 Main St., Lents. Tab. 4141
Sellwood Furniture Co. Corner Tacoma and 13th. Phone Sell. 1682
Isis Theatre, Motion Pictures 13th and Spokane.
Myrtle Rose Dancing Club Wednesday nights, Cotillion Hall, 14th
near wasnmgion
HARDWARE, PAINTS, ETC.
Oregon Hardware Co. Hardware, Sporting Goods, Cutlery. 70-72 Third
-St., near Oak.
Nichols Hardware Co 141 Killingsworth Ave.. Woodlawn 547
Eriksen Hardware Co. 554 Williams Ave.. C-1366, East 559
Howard Hardware & Paint Co. 1927 East Glisan. Tabor 2977
Sunnyside Hardware Co-983 Belmont Tabor 2497
JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS
Jaeger Bros Jewelers and Opticians. 266 Morrison St
iDillen Rogers Jeweler and Optician, Killingsworth and Albina. Wood-
lawn 2863
GROCERS
W. S. Cutler & Son 1009 Union Ave. N. C-1354, Woodlawn 1748
ir M Rnnrt 421 Tefferion St A-17 96. Marshall 1645
J. Woolach & Son 19th and Broadway. C-2618, East 537
Simoia cC uavis we. ana oa x ioor trJ
Tmnnt Grocer 5907 72d St Tabor 614
t n Nmihiutf 373 11th St A-4232. Main 638
Burroughs & Gsult .321 Third St A-1441, Main 1441
G. W. Long oW Corbett SL A0d, Mam 1U4
Carl Walstrom 811 Williams Ave. C-l 197 Woodlawn 1502
Geo. Hockenyos 128 Russell St East 5878
Peebler Grocery Co. 160 E. Broadway. 255 Holladay C-1352, E. 1602
D. Kellaher Co liiA urana Ave. B-iOV. fcast 41S
M. J. Malley Third and Ankeny. A-5822. Main 303
RmhiWf St Normandin 60th and East Stark. B-2125. Tahnr 11 rt
R. A. Wallis East 80th and Glisah. Tabor 223
Sinnott Brosv CZW Powell Valley. Tabor 14
John E. Malley Fourteenth and Washington. A-2167, Main 2167
White Front Grocery 373 E. Eleventh. B-1615, East 380
Emig'a Grocerjf Fifty-Second and Sandy. C-1665, Tabor 139
Scbmeer Cov 426 East Burnside. B-1183, East 483
Wm. Landauer 925 East Stark. B-2067, East 2618
A. M. Sauter 421 East Eighth. B-2189, East 298
W.J. Shanahan, Successor to Kayu. snerrett 1189 MUwaukie. Sell. 2085
MrVarland Tesrrand 41 Everett Main 1540. A. 15471
Hawthorne Grocery Co.U01 Hawthorne. Tabor 384, B-2425
Ross K. Feebler ou MiiwauKie. sellwood jj
A. Robertson lita and Tenino. fhone beijwood 1066 $
Cbas. W. Stubbs 114 East 28th St N. Phojie, East 4381, S-?168
DRUGGISTS
Huntley Drug Co 4th and Washington, Portland. Main 3208, A-3105
Edwin A. Robison 23d and Washington. A-5357, Main 8169
Rose City Pharmacy 57th and Sandy Road. C-2314, Tabor 2204
Wallace Drug Co 37th and Hawthorne. Tabor 773
Irvington Pharmacy East 15th and Broadway. C-1434, East SS00
Woodstock Pharmacy 4610 60th Ave. S. E. Sellwood 55
Phoenix Pharmacy 6616 Foster Road (Kern Park Sta.) B-2716, Tab. 465
F. L. A. Wilson 460 Jefferson. A-3421. Main 2069
St Johns Pharmacy St. Johns j
Cattlemen's Pharmacy Killingsworth and Albina. C-l 474, Woodlawn 55
Couch's Pharmacy 817 Mississippi. Woodlawn 306
Vernon Drug Co-l 7th and Alberta. C-1511, Woodlawn 2294
McGillivray Bros 435 Durham Ave. Woodlawn 1810
Allen's Drug Store 16th and Love joy. Main 1640
Msthieu Drug Co 275 Russell St C-l 23 2, East 662
Ausplund Drug Store 110 North Sixth. A-2221, Main 8106
Dickson Drug Co 73 Et 80th. $.1419 Tabor 764
Oclman Bader Front and Gibbs. ' A'5877, Main 5403
it. y. eranaon 701 nawtnome, c-ast e73
Mt. Scott Drug Co Lents, Or. Tabor 1417
Love's Pharmacy Grand Ave, and Burnside- East 341, B-1011
The Beaver Pbarmacy-4660 Umatilla Ave.
Brink's Pharmacy 13th and Washington. Main 7233. A-4953
4.
Gravid Prices
Tb Orn(ltTPrl Ooalt of a riv-Pnyrl-o
Toarlaa Car, 1916
model, uITj? quipped, the regular re
tail priroSf awblch la 11280. will be
awarded jthe person having tha
largest ngjrher ot votea of all the
districts, 'fhis automobile now on
exhlbltion:j.a th Northwest Auto
Company, --&roadway and Couch
street ,V ;
A Second rana Frie, CoDiiitiu of
a Maxwel. Automobile, 1816 modal
louring; i-atfrf .jlly equipped, the recu
lar retaifep' c of which la SS50.
will be ar pd to the person havlns
the feronfJ' rKest number of votea
of all theshdfjt rirts. This automobile
now on -j Jiibitlon at the Pacific
Motors jkHt f.any. Twenty-flrat and
WashlnuiNatetreeta.
Winner l$t tne Orand FrUea will
have no,' Interest la the District
fe" rrisas.
' ?5
H(w TO WIN
Over &O00 In prizes will 1t
awarded Sfy The Oregon Journal to
the perMils receiving the largest
number o. votes In thla circulation
and tradflt campaign, which atarted
Thursday, 1 8f-pteml.er 21. 1914. and
lids Febrfary 24, 1315.
Any pcraon, excepting employes of
The Journal or their famlllea, can
enter thisjjcontest by filling out the
entrance asoupbn appearing on thin
pace and 'JfllinK it with the Content
Dtpartmrat of The Journal.
The rell merchants mentioned
herein wfl issue, with every cash
purchase af & centa or over, .a sale
slip, or roSpon tiaving a voting value
of one vriii for every cent. If you
have a cltjrce account with the iner-
ciinrii, yung coupon win ne is
sued whe you nettle, your bill. These
coupons r ealeaiips must be pre
uented tort"he Journal'a Contest Pe
ru rt merit ltbtn seven daya from the
date of isjvie to be credited to your-
Kcir or ir-$ andidate you are sup
porting.
The laC-sls or trademark of the
articles Mentioned In the "Manu
facturers'ff .1st" appearing below will
tasve a pertain voting value. See
manufa'LiirRrs' list and advertlee-
riif-rnsi ion -fieia.u-. ,
I'aid-lndvanee aubscrlptlona to
The Kail", Kunday or Beroi-Weekly
Journal tatt-d after Beptember 23d).
for one nionth or more, will hava a
voting vaiiia of one vota for every
Knler tir name or that of your
favorite, ia ; the lint of candidates at
once, anrpsend It to The Journal's
. 1;
District No. 1
Consists :pf all territory west of
the Willamette river and within
the city limits of Portland.
Dislrict No. 2
Consists tf all territory east of the
Willamette river and north of
Burnside street, and within the city
limits of Portland.
DisMct No. 3
Consists ?f all territory east -of the
Willamette i river, south of Burn.
aide street, and within the citv lim-T
fits of Portland.
District No 4
Consists t; all territory outside of
f i Portland.
District Prizes
1ST piaZE High-Grade Piano.
Si '
1st District A Haynes Bros'.
Piano, (iyf on display at Graves'
Music Stre, 151 FouT-th St.
2d Dtrict Kurtzman Piano,
now bein; shown at Sherman, Clay
& Co., 6ta and Morrison.
t.3d District A Ludvvig piano, on
exhibition?! at Wiley B. Allen &
Co.,- Brolly way and Morrison.
4th District A Bush & Lane
Piano, nW on the floor at Bush
& Lan:s4f433 Washington St.
2D PRlSE A trip for two per
sons tS jthe Panama-Pacific Ex
position,! either by rail or boat,
with trials en route, one week
at a firitrlass San Francisco ho
tel, an :$50-00 spending money.
3D PRlZjj- A trip for one person
to, theh Panama-Pacific Exposi
tion, ef-tjier by rail or boat, with
meals -iijri'i, route, one week at a
first-cla;s. San Francisco hotel,
and $2$jOQ spending money.
4TH PRIZE A $75.00 Columbia
, GrafonfJs,
5TH PBiZE A $50.00 Columbia
Grafon$li
6TH PRIZE A $25.00 Columbia
Grafonola.
Grafonolsk on display at Columbia!
Graohoohone Co.. 429-431 Wash-I
ington street, as d Graves Music j
Co l51purth street. - '