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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, , PORTLAND, FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 23, 1914.
SHOOTS BUT MISSES
Two Men .Sentenced for Rob
bery 'Committed in Port
' land; Worked in. Kitchen
at a recent meeting of the Medical so
ciety and Is the result of the work of
alleged "spotters' who are said to have
been working in thia city endeavoring
to convict different physicians of vio
lating the local option law. In their
notice to the publio the physicians
stale that they have always in the past
endeavored to live up to the letter of
the local option law, and that only in
extreme cases have they prescribed
liquors, but to avoid suspicion and
possible prosecution they will here
after decline to accommodate anyone
with such prescriptions.
GAITHEtt Harry G. Oaitber. Good Samaritan,
ucunjcr M, it year; iuiiwuiu w !
ALLEN' Henry W. Allen, St. Vincent's hoe-
nltaL October 20. 67 start: valvular oisease
f heart. -'
Sheriff Word Bends Hounds to Assist
la Banning motives to
(Salem Bursa a of The Journal.)
Balem, Or., Oct. 23. Carl Wlenegel
and Frank Wagner escaped from the
state penitentiary this morning about
t o'clock aftet digging their, way
through a brick floor and risking death
at the hands of a guard who fired upon
them as they climbed over the prison
Wlenegel and Wagner had been em
ployed in the kitchen at the peniten
tiary and occupied the lower tier of
cells. They secured some instrument,
probably a bread knife, and used it to
dig through the brick floor and make
a hole sufficiently large to reach the
basement. They priedbars apart in
the basement and reached the butside.
Then they secured a .plank and used it
5 In' scaling the prison wall. A guard
fired upon them but thty got away
in the. darkness and no trace oi mem
had been found up to noon today.
Sheriff Tom Word, of Portland, sent
hi' bloodhounds here to hunt the fu
gitives tills forenoon but nothing was
accomplished with tbem.
The lower tiers of cells at the peni
tentiary are brleV. The upper ones are
steel. The steel cells are used ail the
time, and the brick ones as needs re
quire. Just now the prison is so
crowded that the cells are all in use.
and two prisoners occupy most of
Wlenegel and Wagner were commit
ted from Multnomah county for from
two to five years for burglay-and
miLch had served about a year'ofims
sentience. ' !
Legality of Water
Code Is Determined
Was Attacked In Both State and Ped- I
era! Court and Has Been Upheld !
In Each of Them.
. Balem, Or., Oct. 23. The fact that
the Oregon water code, which was at
tacked in both state and federal courts,
has been upheld in both, ttie state de
cision coming down Tuesday, is grat
ifying to all concerned, according to
It is explained at the office of the
state Water boand here, that before
the 1909 watea- code, considered a
model of its kind, designed to- meet
the needs of a growing state by es
tablishing and protecting all appropri
ations for irrigation, power, dumestio
or other purposes, was enacted, water
lights were in a chaotic condition,
and continual litigation was the rule
on a majority of the streams of the
state. The state water board was
created by this : law for the purpose
of defining and establishing all of the
early water rights, most of which had
never been recorded in any way.
"When a request for the determina
tion of water rights on a certain
tream is made, the board, if it sees
lit, may compel every water user on!
such stream to submit statement and
proof of his claim, explains the state
water board. "If any of these claims
are contested, informal hearings are
had before the division superintendent.
The findings of the board are sub
mitted to the. circuit court for con
firmation or rejection and appeal
may be taken from the decision of
the circuit court in the usual way."
After the circuit court of Malheur
county had modified the findings of
th state water board in re Willow
Creek, an appeal was taken to the
supreme court by the Eastern Oregon
Land company, Lower Willow Creek
Water Users' association and others,
it being alleged that the water code
was unconstitutional, In that It at
tempted to confer Judicial power on
an executive board, and authorized the
confiscation of private property with
out due process of law.
In writing the opinion. Judge Bean
stated that the enactment of the water
code was a lawful exercise of the
police power of the state to "accelerate
the development of the state, to pro
mote peace and good order, to mini
mize the danger of vexatious contro
versies wherein the shovel waa often
used as an Instrument of warfare, and
to provide a convenient way for the
adjustment and recording of the rights
of the various claimants to the use
of the water of a stream or other
source of supply at a reasonable expense."
Business Property to Lease
for term of "years. New warehouse
with two floors, 46x100, yard 60x100,
surrounded bv 12 ft. fence with en
trance. New 2 room office building
and small stable. Opposite Oregon
Electric and United By. tracks oh
Water and Montgomery. 15 blocks
from 3rd and Morrison. Splendid lo
cation for light manufacturing, stor
age, automobile, machine or sheet Iron
works. Rent very reasonable.
Also store on 21st and Glisan,- rent
$20. and store with built-in fixtures
for groceries at 608 2nd. near Sher
man, rent $10. Inquire H. B. Davis,
owner, 403 4th. Main 221.
In effect Oct. 1. 1913
ALL PREVIOUS KATES OA CEt.t,ED
Daily or Sunday,
1 cents per -ord per insertion.
This cbarse i for all olaiaiflcatlon, except
ing "For Uent In I'rlTate Family," "Koom and
Board In I'rlTate Tamlly," "Situation Wanted"
and "Wanted to Bent" ads., which are 114
cents per word per Insertion.
No ad charged for lens than 15 eenta,
1 cents per word for all classifications.
exceDtius "For Kent in I'rlTate Family
"Uoom and Board In PrWate Family," "Sltua
tion Wanted" and "Wanted to Kent" ads
which are 1 A cents per word. Consecntite
Insertion of rusb want ads.:
8 . insertions 'or the price of 2
7 insertions fur the price of 5
A Li KADER TEMPLE, A.
A. O. N. M. 8. Stated
session Saturday, Oct. 24
at 8 r. m.. Masonic Tem
pie, West Park and Yam
hill sts. Business of 1m
portance will come up
"and a laree attendance is
desired. Concert by the
banrt from 7:30 to S. Visiting: nooies
cordially invited. By order of the
Potentate. HUGH J. BOYD, Recorder
AI.HF.RT PIKE LODGE. U. D.. A. F
& A. M. E. A. degree tonight at 7:30
o'clock. Visitors welcome. By order
of W. M. E. R. I VIE, Sec.
' marriages. Births. Deaths.
DEATHS AND FUNERALS 75
A splendid residence undertaking es
tablishment, with private driveway.
J. P. FINLElf & SON,
Montgomery at Fifth.
MR. EDWARD HOLMAN, the leading
funeral director. 220 3d St., corner
Salmon. Lady assistant. Phone A-
1511, Main 607.
F, S. Dunning, Inc.
East Side Funeral Directors, 414
East Alder st. East 52, B-2525.
Dunning Si McEntee SsS7S
every detail. 7th and Pine. Main 430,
A-4558. Lady assistant.
A R 7ollor Pn 592 Williams ave.
Mi Hi .ClICI.UUi East 1088, C-I088.
Lady attendant. Day and night service.
WALTER C. -KEN WORTHY, successor
to A. B. Hemstock. 1687 E. I3tn.
Sellwood 71, B-ll2. Lady assistant.
Chambers Co. TS
lawn 3306, C-1133
and Kerby. Wood-
D T Dwmnf. Williams and Knott.
Ill I I DVI IlGdEast 1115 c-1843.
rDirCrM RESIDENCE UND. PLS.
LniUOUIXu. 6133. A-2235. 445 Mors.
CrA CO Undertaking Co. Main 4162
Orr Vl-V UO a-2321. Cor. 3d and Clay.
neral services. Tabor 4318
Llorvi!lrt E- 80th and Glisan.
I icu 1 1 1 1 lull
DC A DO AM Undertakers. East 1080.
369-371 Russell st.
P. L. LERCH, leading east side under
taker. E. llth & Clay. B-1883, E. 781.
PORTLAND MARBLE WKS. 264-266
4th St., opp. city hall. M. 8664. A-1516
WELL improved 6 acres to lease 1 to 3
years; good 6 room house; fruit will
pay rent; good chance to keep chickens.
Phone Tabor 5418; or write to George
A very, Lents, ur,
W. R. le Lay. Olendale, Or, 29, and Nina
E I'orter, Eenttn hotel. 29.
Henry RntweU Huff, lUvitt East Twenty
eighth street. North, legal, and Myrtle K.
Clute. Bensen hotel, legal.
ErTln S. Kerr, Balina, Kansas, legal, and
Florence T. Brlney, Imperial hotel, legal.
Charles II.. Hinges, Oregdn hotel, legaL and
Myrtle Knby llolesworth. Oregon hotel, legal.
Harry L. Keil, 349 Harrison street, 25, and
Alice Lara in Fraies. It. van Place. 23.
i..u pit First street. 38, and
Lillian Ingebretsen. 82QMi First street. 37.
W, G. Smith & Co. Rffi"
Third floor, Morgan bldg,
DRESS suits for rent, all sizes. Unique
Tailoring CO., au otarK bu
K i hVTH 1i Mr. and Mrs. Edwin E. Kleth,
1214 Eust Fifteenth street. Norti, October
12, a son. M '
YODKR To Mr. and Mrs. Aaron L. Yoder,
Hubbard. Or., September 26, a son.
ROGERS To Mr. and Mrs. Justice E. Rogers,
42i!Va East Buruaide atreet, October 13, a
JENSEN To Mr. and Mrs, John E. Jensen,
412 Second street, September 2, a daughter.
TH1ELE To Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Thiele,
027 Union aTenne, September Zi. a son.
MILLER To Mr. and Mrs. Edwin S. MlUer,
45 North Ninth street, October 12, a daugh
K.IBBEE To Mr. and Mrs. Wallace L. Klbbee,
232 Twelfth street. September 28. a son.
GLEASON To Mr. and Mrs. Elmer E. Glea
son, Ostrander, Wash., September 7. a
TWO choice duck lakes near R. R-
Pacific highway and Columbia river
bargain tor balance oi season. A
FOR SALE HOUSES
FOR SALE or exchange, my $800
eauitv in 5 room modern house in
Woodstock value $1800; 1 block from
car, 4 blocks from school, 15 minutes'
walk from Reed college; chicken house
and run 20x50; will sell on terms or
trade for vacant property; address U
LOOK 6 room strictly modern house.
100 feet from car, never occupied,
everything right ud to the minute, one
of the finest equipped bathrooms in
the city; I will sell at a bargain; need
money; quick action counts, owner.
galow, close in, modern' plumbing
and wiring, good basement, only three
blocks to Hawthorne car. This home
is going to be sold for $600 less than
It was one year ago. Are you inter
ested In this? Call owner. Tabor 1782
Which Is Waste?
Some people say that advertising'
is a waste of money, so they sit and
watch their unsold goods and vacant
rooms . until softie chance customer
stumbles in. Meanwhile rent and
expenses are going out and nothing
, coming in.
Others believe that advertising for
quick results is the best investment
they can .make; A few cents for a
Journal Want Ad can save dollars
wasted in waiting.
Think It Over
Then, if your name appears in either
telephone directory, call Main 7173
or A-6051 and have your Want Ad
To secure proper classification in
The Sunday Journal have your Want
Ad in early.
FOR SALE FARMS 17
Chicken and Fruit Ranch
Ideal little home nlace. consisting of
10 acres, ail rich level land. 9 acre
under thorough state of cultivation, 1
acre in pasture, 6 acres in full bearing
orcnara. principally Italian prunes,
good little barn, email cottage, chicken
house and outbuildings, fine small
fruits, grapes, strawberries, etc., place
fenced and crossfencred, partly- woven
wire, telephone, R. F. D., cream route
by place, in thickly settled community,
line view or mountains, etc., vnree
fourths mile from Columbia river, boat
landing and country and railroad
town, and 84 miles from Vancouver,
river roau; personal property inciuaes
horse, harness, buggy, chickens, pigs,
etc,;, and considerable crop. Price,
S4500. $2500 cash, balance of $2000
runs 4 years from September 1, 1914,
at 6 interest. Privilege to pay at
any time. Will trade lor city prop
erty or a larger farm.
THOMPSON & SWAN,
612 Main st.. Vancouver, Wash.
STOCK. DAIRY. HOGS AND PRUNES
640 acres, $25 per acre. Vi mile from
good town and railroad. Yamhill Co.
This la a forced sale and .having
carefully gone over the property, I be
lieve any one postea on vaiues wouiu
consider it fair value at $50.
No section of the Willamette valley
has any richer or higher grade soil.
It is not steep, , nor rough, nor t
worthless hillside and If a consider
able portion is in cultivation, cleared,
ready for the plow and open pasture,
is it not worth Investigation? Can
only talk to men with some cash.
$10,000 can run 10 years at 6.
GEO. E. WAGGONER,
805 Yeon bldg.
EXCHANGE REAL ESTATE 34
Sale or Exchange
200 acres, 70 acres under cultivation,
60 acres nnsn nasturc. 70 acres timber.
with at least &000 cords of first class
wood; 6 miles from McMinnville, Or.,
Elace well watered by springs; 8' room
ouse, barn 32x48 and all other neces
sary outouiiaings: . . u. ana creauj
route by place; 20 acres of 3-yea.r-ola
walnuts, family orchard of assorted
fruits in full bearingTrschool adjoining
place, telephone in house, place fenced
and cross-fenced; personal property
consists or good young team, 4 graae
Jersey cows, young bull, 60 sheep,
cftickens, ducks and geese, 2 wagons,
one new haelc buggy, lrness, 4 plows,
cultivators, binder, mower, feed grind
er, gas engine, wood saw. drag saw, a
sets of work harness, some household
furniture and all small farming tools.
This is a fine, general purpose, all
food soil, and would make a fine stock
arm. Price $15,000, subject to mort
gage of $4100; $500 cash, balance can
stand at 6 per cent interest, or Will
take unincumbered .city property or
smaller farm close to Vancouver or
Portland for equity fit $10,900 at cash
THOMPSON & SWAN,
512 Main St. Vancouver. Wash.
wr niN ski, I. OR TRADE!.
If you wish to sell your real estate
for cash or trad9 for other property. It
will nnv vmi to sen US for -Quick re
sults. 19 years' successful business
is our guarantee for a squar deal.
M'KENZIE & CO.. .
615 Gerlinger bldg Main 2801,
WANTV.l) 4 or 5 room home, in
Portland, Newberg, McMinnville or
other valley town (and some cash), for
$3000 modern 6 room nouse ana cauicu
high, sightly, 100x100, city corner.
Citizens Agency, 170 2d st.
MONEY Td LOAN
: REAL ESTATE :
TO LOAN on improv4 real estate
$1000 .; I From t
Prompt $1500 , ' to
Service $2000 M
; i30oo i
HARTMAN-THQMFfON BANK. .
LOANS on improved, cjty property or
for building purposes; advance mad
as building progresses liberal repay
ment privileges; no commission. J. A.
iipscombe, Z4Z stars u main m.
WE have money to loan on your real,
estate; first mortgages only. v
HAMMOND MORTGAGE COMPANY,
423 Chamber or Commerce.
v Mortgage Loans ' .
"I. L. WHITE.
- 701 Selling bldg.
BUILDING LOANS on city and subur-
ban property; money advanced a
work progresses. W. G. Beck. 316 Eail
ing bldg. Main 8407. ' - v' .
To Loan Any Amount .
$100,000 on mortgages, city and farm
property, fire Insurance, McKenxie
&- Co.. Gerlinger bldg.,3 2d and Alder.
MONEY to. loan in" amounts of $ 10
'to $5300 on city property. -A. H. Bell
201 Gerlinger bldg.
Mortgages bought and sold. John L
Karnopp, Railway Kxcnange mag
$15,000 INSIDE realty;
50U. suburban; no
Ward. AllsKy bldg.
FOR SALE HOUSES 01
$25 PER MONTH, which Includes in
terest, buys new five room bungalow.
with sleeping porch, bath, fire place,
all built in conveniences, hard wood
floors, gas and electric fixtures and
window shades installed, one large well
lighted room for sewing or double bed
room, full concrete basement with ce
ment floor, stationary wash trays and
wood hoist, cerafnt sidewalks; near
good street car lme, schools, churches
and park. Ready for occupancy Nov.
1st. fnone .East ,6687.
$25 A MONTH
FOR 6 ROOM BUNGALOW
WITH SLEEPING PORCH.
This price includes interest. Home
is located- In good restricted neigh
borhood, only 2 blocks from car line.
Home has living room with fireplace,
dining room with buffet, Dutch kitch
en, bath, lighting fixtures, blinds and
everything' to make a home. Street
work in and paid for. Call evenings
We will build in any
part of city
costing from $2000 to
$20,000. Also apart
ments and flats. We
have money to loan.
Call and see plans.
F. E. BOWMAN
Commercial Club bldg.
DEATHS AM) FUNERALS 75
RAKEIt At the family rwsideuee. 27 Mntn
avenue, Lnta, October 20, John O. T. Baker.
o-prt r, vpars. Funeral servlcea will be con
liwtrt In tli I. O. O. F. ball. Leuts. today
(Friday. October 23. at 2 p. ui. Friends In
vited. Interment Mount Scott Park cemetery.
MACHAK-Ou October 13. 1914, at Savannah
Mo., Kenneth Fariiuhar Macltae, ot Day
nr.. aired Gil vears. beloved husband ot
Milan Macltae, cousin of Dr. K. A.. J, Mac
kenzie. Funeral service will be held at Hol-
n-on'a phanel on Saturday. October Z4, 1U14
at 11 a. in. Interment Klrervlew cemetery.
heous October 22. at the home of her 8ls
ter, Mrs. C. U. Field, 4o7 East Fifty-fourth
treet I nilae J. BeKL'H. axed 63 years. Ee-
malns at A. It. Zeller Co.'a parlors. Interment
will take place at Waukesha, Wis. Salt lke
City papers please copy.
With the Outlook
Zndloatlona Axe That Candidate for
Congress Against Sawley In First
District Will Be Elected XText Month.
Salem, Or, Oct. 23. Fred Hollister,
candidate for congress In the B'irst dis
trict against W. C. Haw ley, incumbent,
has campaigned the past 10 days in
Yamhill, Washington, Marlon and Polk
counties, visiting practically every sec
tion, and be found conditions very
favorable. Hollister will carry Polk
and Benton by substantial majorities,
his friends assert, and will have an
even break in Yamhill. Washington, a
normally strong Republican county,
will not give Hawley over 300 to 500
majority. Marion countywill not give
Hawley over 15Q0 majority. It is con
fidently asserted, while Linn, Douglas
and Benton will roll up substantial
majorities for Hollister, according to
advices from those counties. Hollister
Is especially strong in western Lane
county and will carry that, county by a
All the coast and southern Oregon
counties are strong for the Coos Bay
candidate and he will carry them by
overwhelming majorities, reports indi
MNAIjOHTQN Earl McNauebton. Good Sa
maritan hospital. October 19. 18 years; frac
ture of aptue accidental collision.
GABON Delilah Caaoa, city. October 20, 87
rrm.l.nMS lna Gnlluma. Sellwood hospital.
October 21. 62 yeara perforation, ulcer of
BYHSil Edward Byrne, y miles south of
Llnneman Station, October 10, tu years
FOWLiiii George U. Fowler, 1567 Holland
street, October SO, 63 years; diabetes melU-
MARTIN & FORBES CO., florists, 347
Wash. Main 269. A-1269. Flowers for
all occasions artistically arranged.
CL.AKK.E Uliua., florists, line flowers
and floral designs. 287 Morrison st
MAX M. SMITH, florist, 141 toth st.
in selling Diag. Main 7210.
CASKET sprays as low as $1.50.
Lubliner. florists. Portland hotel blk.
EAST Franklin St. Snap Fine 7 room
modern house. 4 bedrooms, furnace;
a big snap at $3UUU; $Z50 down, flit
per month; near 36th, Make an offer.
414 Corbett bldg. A-1416. Marshall 92.
MOVING out of city; modern house,
5 rooms and attic: hot and cold
water, electric lights and gas; 60x260;
tin garden, lruit and berries; tzsuo;
your own terms. Phone res. B-2111,
Cheap, Glean, Convenient
Attractive 4 room- bungalow, full lot,
$1000 value, for $800; very easy terms.
Phone C-2517; or Q-12, Journal.
$1250 NEW 3 room house, lot 80x175,
all fenced and cultivated; also good
chicken house 12x40. Terms, $10 per
month. Akerson Gooch, 614 Stock Ex
change bldg. Main 6765.
FOR SALE 7 room house, modern
improvements; on water front; 22 ft.
fishing boat, engine installed; nets and
rack; house and boat all go for $1400.
Alfred Richard, Skamokawa. Wash.
LET US BUILD YOU. A HOME.
On your lot or ours; by your own
plans or ours; pay us like rent,
THE OREGON HOME-BUILDERS,
1330 Northwestern Bank bldg.
$650 BUI'S my dandy little 3 room
house, on 50x100 foot lot. with fruit
trees apd flowers. Will take ictrola
or diamond' as first payment, balance
easy terms. See owner, biz fintt Diag,
80x200, 3 room house, $5 monthly, $650.
Sroom modern house, $15 monthly.
including interest; $1700.
A. C. MARSTERS, 202 WILCOX BLD,
MAIN 3517 A-7340 TABOR 1770.
STRAIGHT RENT TERMS.
Mt Tabor car. full cor. lot, modern 6
room house, total price $1750. Smith-
Wagoner Co., 512 Stock Exchange.
EAST SIDE, not far from Hawthorne
ave. 6 room house, free from incum-
brance. Terms. A bargain. Owner.
$15 DOWN. $15 month buys lot and 2
room ceiled tent house, $575; bare
lot cost me $650. Inquire 683 Liberty
st. vvoirtJiawn car.
4 ROOM bungalow, one acre of
ground;, chicken houses and runs.
city water, iuc car iare; jibou, jiao
cash. 142 2d St.. room 26.
WILL sacrifice swell, modern, S fam
ily iia-i, o ano o rooms, wortn JSbUO,
now $5900; $1000 down and $26 per mo.
HttiainsuiBiance on ui.' xamniii st. bee
owner. 171 E. 23d. Phone East 6948.
FOR SALE LOTS
$700T"T2r cash, $10 a month, buys a
half acre on the .west side. On a
large piece of property like this you
can raise all your vegetables, berries,
fruit, chickens, etc., which is the
greater part of your living. This is
one way to solve the high cost of liv
ing. M. E. Lee. 605 Corbett bldg.
N. -W. cor. (50x77) 33d and Pres
cott; street paving and cement walks
paid; no incumbrance; 127 Vi ft. front
age, owner, Sellwood 75.
75x100 view homesite, lies beautifully,
only 16 minutes' car ride, 6c fare.
west side; only $350. $10 down, $5 a
month. If you are looking: for a loca
tion for a home with a biar future it
will pay you to see this property. This
is the best .value in the city. M. E.
Lee, 505 Corbett bldg.
FOR SALE 76 acres, 2 miles south
of Molalla, 30 miles south of Port
land. 2 miles from branch line of
the Southern Pacific; interest 5 per
cent; new house and barn; two wells;
team and wagon, eight head of cattle.
Price $5200 and $1200 cash. See W.
P. Herman for particulars. Take ML
Scott car. get off at 3d ave.. 2 blocks
south on 4th ave. at store. Also 3
acres mile from Lents Junction.
20 Acres, $100 Cash Pown
Splendid, level farm land, $1 fare
from Portland, close school, station.
Price $800. Claude Cole, 917 Board of
40 ACRES, 1U, miles of electric lines,
good spring and about 600 cords
wood, timber, all fine land, for $32
per acre. Citizen's Agency. 170 2d sL
JJOR RENT FARMS
I HAVE 4 acres of garden land at
r Garden Home, sdfveyed in 2 acre
tracts, sidewalks, water piped. Will
sell or rent all or parL Come and
see me at 253 6th st.
RENT OR BUY 38
WANTED Torrent a ranch of moder
ate size, or . would consider manag
ing one on percentage. B-t2S. Journal
CAPITOL HILL 60x100, $160 cash.
Owner. Main 3603, room 84.
FURNISHED BUNGALOW, $50 CASH.
new room Dun galow, doubly con
structed, fine bath, liaht fixtures.
Dutch kitchen, full cement basement.
completely lurnisned and ready - to
move into; close in on the east side.
i-rice jiaou; xbo casn and $15 per
month. Why pay rent?
GRUSSI & BOLDS.
326 Board of Trade bldg. Main 7452.
6 ACRES FOR $260
$10 down and $5 per month buys 6
acres good logged-off land 1 mile from
main line of railroad and town of 1000
Sopulation. with cannery, creamery,
etween Portland and Astoria. Land
from $35 to $60 per acre on these
terms. Many 6 acre tracts to choose
BELL REAL ESTATE CO.,
318 Railway Exchange beL 3d and 4th
sts. on Stark.
CHICKEN and fruit ranches near Port
land; Gresham district, electric sta
tion 4 mile. New subdivision. Sun
shine Valley orchard tracts; best soil,
free wood; elegant location. Prices
only $75 to $150 per acre in small
tracts; easy terms. Frank McFarland
Realty Co., 309 leon bldg., Portland, Or.
HOMESTEAD, 120 acres, $160; also
160 acres at $225; A-l soil, no rocks,
fine water: close to neighbors: fine
place for stock; close to sawmill; fine
. i . v., . : . c : 1 i . i.' . . . . urn-m
iisiiuis uuu uuuuut, vuoyi juii. iuu
rison, room i.
EXCHANGE REAL ESTATE
160 acres, about 50 or 60 acres till
able, balance good pasture the pasture
land la In and alone creek and is good
pasture; land is all open pasture, being
burnt over land; thousands of cords of
good wood, flume runs across land so
wood can be flumed ou.t; land adjoins
eood farms part of land was cleared
but mostly grown up with small
brush: finest of springs: 8 miles from
Washougal, plenty of outrange ad-
Joining land. Price $30 per acre,
owner will exchange for good city
GEO. Y. MOODY CO..
WANTED REAL ESTATE 31
I WANT to buy an acre or two. with
good house; must have some trees,
in or out of city limits close to car;
please state run description, oesi casn
price, or terms in first letter. I am
not a. real estate dealer. A-861. Jour
nals " -
I WANT TO BUY
4 or 5 room house on Installments In of
around Sellwood; give location. II-
1 OR 2 good building lots, east aide;
be a bargain for
FOR SALE ir room well furnished.
suitable for private ooarowx nouee
or H. K. rooms, 1 block from Lincoln
high. Walking idistance. forparticu
lars address F. B. S 827 W. Park,
CASH paid for mortgages, notes, con
tracts; mortgage loans; reasonable
rates. F. IL Lewis &TCo;. 3 Lewis bdlg.
$15,00Oi inside realtyv $1000, $900,
$500, suburban; noi com. Ward.,
Aliskv bide. t
$200 TO $20,000 on improved and uiv
improved real estate.
BOID REALTY CO., 206 Alder St.-
MORTGAGE loans to 8 per cent.
Fred C. King, 314 Spalding tidg.
MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE,
A. H. HARDING, 31-3 Cham, of Com.
$1000 to $7000 for city or farm loan,
Tabor 2520 -or C-656.-; Journal.
140.000 OH LESS. fIrRINGTON,
80 4th sL Board of Trade bldg.
ON DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY
AT EASTERN RATES.
We have one of the finest retail
Jewelry stores in the city. A loan de
partment is conducted la connection
with samn tnaklns husineaa ' STRICT-
$2S CA8H PAYMENT, PRICE $160. iy CONFIDENTIAL. Absolutely n
7 rooms of fair iurntture, z .o4uc. Tigris designating loan: Dusiness a
of city hall, rent $20. Some Income and
free rent, can 304 4tn.
ROOMING house on Main sL, 9 well-
furnished housekeeping rooms ior
$300. See Citizen's Agency. 170 2d sL
A SUBSTANTIAL interest in oldesl
established high class mercantile in
stition on Paget sound can be secured
by a capable Dusmess man wno can
assume active part in management.
This business has made several for
tunes and is capable of making many
more; at least $20,000 cash and not to
exceed $35,000 required. Address prin
cipals direct, care H. Erwin French,
t. O. HQX iaz, Staiug, vtaan
MUST have responsiole party to man
age legitimate, prosperous Dusmess;
can handle at home; make $50 week,
with increase; small investment; or
would take good car. Don't call unless
you mean business. Alder hotel, room
402. S to 12 a. rn., a xo i p. m
xJk" SALE-Meat market. Fully
equipped slaughter house in connec
tion, low rent; beef and pork supplied
vear round from the ranches 1ft neigh-
borhood. To be sold by Nov. 1. Mak
offer. Alfred Richard, Skamokawa. Wt
Gibson Half Acres
Good soil, city water, ( close to car
line, easy terms; will build to suit pur
chaser. Phone Marshall 1585 or Sell
wood 476. 'John H. Gibson, owner.
MODERN bungalow, Hawthorne dis
trict; furnace, fireplace, laundry;
mahogany furniture, oak dining room
suite, good pictures, silk window
drapes, good rugs and linoleum kitchen
and bedroom furniture. A few hun
dred dollars will put you In possession
of nice home. Call 710 Lewis bldg.
Marshall 4200. A-7158.
$3000 New, modern, 6 room bungalow,
hardwood floors, fireplace, beamed
ceiling. Dutch kitchen, electric fix
tures, window shades, cement base
ment, large attic; located on E. 13th
St., near Ainsworth, close to Wood
lawn car; $500 cash or trade, balance
to suit. Taggart, 416 Chamber of
$350 4 room house and lot near Pen
insular ave. Inquire 186 E. 27th sL
FOR SALE LOTS
ROSSMERE snap, lot 60x100, on E.
40th near Brazes, 2 blocks car; cost
$1000. now $550, $100' down and $10
ZADOW & ALEXANDER,
414" Corbett bldg. A-1416, Marshall 92.
Bargain for Cash, $1050 .
S. W. cor. 63d and E. Glisan sts. 116
fL front, sewer, cement walks In, paid
for. 80 ft; street. C-713, Journal.
WILL sell 2 lots at great sacrifice on
E. Stark st., near 83d sL C-939, Jour
nal. Phone Marshall 6896.
WILL sacrifice at $750, beautiful
heights site, near park. Terms. Own
er, G-29, Journal.
A BARGAIN Lota In Willamette ad
30 Acres $600
$1 fare from Portland, close school,
station, splendid farm land; $100 cash.
Claude Cole, 917 Board of Trade.
600 ACRE stock ranch, suitable for
hogs and cows; situated in Rogue
river valley near Medford. Will ex
change for Portland income property.
See owner, room 418 Imperial hotel.
IMPROVED 20 acres, 2 miles north
of ML Angel; 40 rods to good school.
G. W. Leap, Woodburn, Or. R. F. D.
40 ACRES, near electric line, 25
miles from Portland; price reason
FOR SALE FARMS
40 acres, 8 acres under plow, over
30 acres good level land, balance fin
est of pasture; good spring, part of
land that is not under plow can be
cleared for $15 per acre; land is 6
miles from Washougal, 3 miles from
Mt. Pleasant, finest land, no rock.
Price $2500; $1000 cash or good prop
erty, long time on balance.
GEO. Y. MOODY CO..
Washougal, Wash. .
WILL trade my $1000 cottage located
in small country town for farm land.
Must be 20 acres or over. For further
particulars write Carl Brastram, Cher-
ry orove. or.
EXCHANGE 6 room house on east side,
worth $3000, for farm property near
same value. What have you of any
kind? Owners only. Y-97. Journal.
20 ACRES, $1750.
ONLY $250 CASH.
20 acres rich, dark loam overlooking f
railroad, with station less than mile
away, on main county road; inclosed
with woven wire fence; this fine piece
of land Is surrounded by thrif tyFarms;
schoolhouse mile; close to a beauti
ful lake, which affords the finest of
boating, fishing and bathing in sea
son; $250 cash, balance may be paid
in yearly payments 6 per cent inter
est. Let us show this to you on Sun
day. DORR E. KEASEY & CO.,
2d Fir. Chamber Commerce Bldg.
HAVE you a house and lot in Oakland,
Berkeley or Alameda that you would
trade for a house and lot in this city?
IF your real estate has value and you
want to make a good exchange for
other property see us. Bell Real Es
tate Co., 318 Railway Exchange bids-
WANTRfi A business partner: lady
who has some money or property,
and will invest dollar for dollar in
some business she is best prepared to
handle Ruccesstuliy. U-bZ. journal.
FOR SALE 3 chair barber shop, do
ing good business; other business
cause for selling; price $800 cash;
wood In for winter. W. E. Anderson,
Box 295. Tillamook. Or.
nlovril in front of our Store. All m&f
chandise pledged is held for a period
of seven months, whether or not in
terest is paid when due. We are It-'
censed and have been established since
1899. No connection w-lth any other
loan establishments in this city.
A. & M. DELOVAGEji JEWELERS,
354 wasningtjpn st.
WE MAKE LOANS IN 'HOURS' TIMlJ
. At Legal ! pates
We loan money on diUmonds. piano
real estate, plain notes or furniture.
Portland Loan Co.
Room 205 KothcWild -bldg.
Bet. 4tli and 5th on . Washington st,
$ $ $ STATE SECURITY - CO. $ $ $ t
SALARY LOANS ON PLAIN NOTES
$10 , TO . I $100
CHEAPEST AND BEr PLACE TO
BORROW MiNEY. ' ,
ABSOLUTELY NO -SECURITY, '
Business Strictly jSimfldential.
STATE BECITIIKI'Y CO.,
$ $ $ 309 FAILING HiLDa. $
. MONEY AT ipNCE.
PRIVATE PLACE to QjBTAIN LOANS
Diamonds, watches, ewelry, etc
SEPARATE ItiCPT. HDK LADIES. '
BUSINESS STHICTLS! CONFIDEN
TIAL.' ELUY CO. Ja Licensed). -320
Lumber Ex; bldg. J Cd and Stsrk.
WANTED MAN to assist me and look
after office during my absence; must
have $150; money secured; reference
required. B-827, Journal.
HALF Interest in pressing shop; pays
$18 week while learning. besides
half of profits; $150 required. 303
Lumber Exch., 2d and Stark.
FIVE chair barber shop, good loca
tion, price $176; must go. back east.
7li 1ST. Sd st.
1000 Business Cards, 75c
Ryder Ptg. Co.. B. W. cor. 8d & Morrison
WANTED To get in touch with party
looking for a first class suburban
drug store. Write A-860, Journal.
FOR RENT Cleaning, pressing, dry
ing. Building good location, Irving-ton.-
East 273. W. H. Herdman.
FOR SALE; Drug store in Washing
ton. Will invoice about $600. FX-
FOR SALE or trade for an auto, stock
of dry goods, worth about $600.
4517 64th St. S. E.
I HAVE some good irrigated farms
with fine improvements, close to
R, R., to exchange for Portland prop
erty or" valley farms; no junk consid
ered. Call and see me at the Mor
rison, 2711 Morrison St., cor. 4tl.
80 ACRES, 3 miles Woodland, Wash.,
graveled road, 15 acres in cultiva
tion, good soil, ideal for dairy; 30
acres good piling timber, 600 cords
first growth fir. Particulars, Borders
fit. FT TLTAnJlAM T T.1 T "K' , . ,n
EXCHANGE For Portland home, fine (
20 acre farm, new house, large new 1
barn, orchard, good water; near x-"ort-
land. No agents. C-505, Journal.
EXCHANGE Four business lots in
growing town for automobile. Call
at The Morrison, 471 Morrison, cor.
4th st.. room 27. -
OR SALE Ice cream, confectionery,
'cigar and fruit store; other business
property; rarms; oox lai, uiquiiu, ur,
MONEY on chattels, rifotts and mtgs.
bought: Columbia ;Uoan Co.,1 204
S wetland. ,1
LOANS-on real estate.fdlamonds, jew
elry. Wm. lloll, R 8, Washingtonbldg,
MONEY to loan on dialnonda, jewelry.
fi. W. King, 45 Washington' bldg.
LOANS on d-iamonds. Swtlry, strictly
confidential. 3 41 3(gst near Alder.
WHEN you answer tifcse Want Ads,
mention ine journae
.WANTED. $500, 8 'ER CENT.
WHEN you answer tHyune Want AU
mention t he Journal
FIRST and second mortgages, also sel
lers' interest in contracts purchased.
Oregon and Washington. 11. E. Nob),-
EXCHANGE clear lot. growing Wash
ington town, for what have you?
42 ROOMS furniture, low rent, $200
cash, balance trade. Owner, 382
E. Clay, cor. Union.
WANTED To build residence or bun
galow in exchange for good lot.
Phone Tabor 6389.
INCOME property for house with- 2 or
more lots. Owner, 616 Commercial
WANTED Rose City Park home in
exchange for 120 acres 5 miles Cam
as, Wash. Owner, 1118 Yeon bldg.
f 000. Business Cards, 75c
Rose City Prlntery, 3d and Taylor.
WILL trade for stock of furniture;
give price and location.- TJ-78, Jour
WHEN you answer these Want Ads,
mention The Journal.
MONEY TO LOAN 27
MORTGAGE loans at current rates.
Real estate security. Apply room 202
Stock Exchange, 3d and Yamhill.
MONEY to loan, 6 to 8 per cent. W. H.
Seitz & Co.. 310 Spalding bldg.
MORTGAGE LOANS. 6 and 7 per cent.
Louis Salomon & Co.. 229 Stark st
WHEN you answer these Want Ads,
mention The Journal.
DON'T look for worl There Is, big
demand for automotlle drivers ana
repair- men. Our ex(a;rt instructors
qualify you in three tofflve weeks and
assist in securing' good;o9itions. Bring
this ad. for one free Iskson.
PACIFIC AUTO & !5UAS ENGINE
266-268 lfth st. ( Nr Jefferson.) -
Y. M. C. A. EMPLOYMENT DEPT.
Record for year 191S -
Calls for men ... 2886
Positions filled .1942
All young men seekflig employment
are cordially invited to consult with
the secretary of the nployment d-
partment. r- j. :
MARRIED man, reliaille. who would
be interested in 10 ates cleared bot
tom land, best of sblfej can get work
close to property (goWfjr wages). Open
Sunday afternoon. 62? Corbett bldg.
WANTED at once, majj to learh auto
repairing and drivUjg. , Call Haw
thorne Garage. 446 Hay thofne ave.
CHEF Headquarters alid helpers. Cal-.
lfornla Wine Depot.;:286 Yamhill. -WHEN
you answer tf;ese- Want AdaL
mention 'une Journat j
BRINGING UP FATHER
Copyright, 1014, International J!pwi Service.
By George McManus
. Prescribe No Liquor
Eugene, Or.. Oct. 23. All but three
of the practicing - physicians of Eu
'gene have signed an agreement which
was published in a local paper this
morning that they will hereafter ab
solutely refuse to write prescriptions
calling for the use of alcohol or spir
ituous liquors for either Internal or I
external use. This action waa taken.)
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