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THE - OREGON DAILY ." JOURNAL, PORTLAND. .TUESDAY, MAY - 9, -1916.
SUBURBAN TRACT IN
DISTRICT OF OSWEGO
Piece of Three Acres Near
Land Owned by the Cor
- betts Purchased.
OTHER DEALS REPORTED
Residents of Ountnorp Are Discussing
.project of Building- & arsw Fntu
lio School tractor.
Additional development In the ac
quiring of property and the building
of country homes In the district to
the south of the city bordering on
Oswego Is reported In the acquisition
by P. L. Warren of the Hlggins &
Warren company of Astoria, of a tract
of about three acres near the subur
ban holdings of Henry L. and Elliott
Mr. Warren neither confirm nor
denies the report, saying that he haa
been looking about that vicinity for a
piece of property, but has not yet def
initely determined In hs own mind
Just what , he will do. It is generally
understood in the neighborhood, how
ever, that Mr. Warren ' has artuslly
made arrangements to purchase a most
sightly tract, which gives him a mag
nificent view of both river and moun
tains, and that he is having plans
drawn for a house that will be In
keeping with the character of the
neighborhood and one that will be
built to take advantage of every op
portunity that the landscape and gen
eral surroundings of the property af
ford It Is also reported that Dr. Otis B.
Wfght, who purchased a tract In Dun
thorp last fall, will build this spring.
The residents of the neighborhood
era also discussing a project for the
erection of a new so hood building to
accommodate the growing population
of the neighborhood.
Will Speak at Ore ham.
K. T. Byrnes of 657 Williams ave
nue has taken out a permit to erect
an addition to his building at 901
Williams avenue, and wlil remove his
undertaking establishment to that lo
cation when the changes are made.
Heal Estate Transfers.
Marie I'srrUU Veal to Mrs. Maste
Kara L. 1, 2, 1'.. 5. Williams Ail. I
No. 1! 4 10
II. P. Bush to Kilns Mar Hush, L. 34.
3ti, Ii. 41, Irrlngton Park 10
Elra V. Tate nl l iia. to J. W. Starr,
I. 17, H. 2, Iranbue 1.000
Win T. pond and wf. to tynlnxiilsr
Security Co., L. 8, U. 4. Ht. Johns
W. W. Marry and wf. to Peninsular S-
eurlty Co.. L. 11. 12. B. , Point
jt"rnk Mitchell and wf. to i'enlnaular
I Security Co., 1.. a, 4, B. 4. Rontli St.
Fred "V. Sylvester and wf. to Carter T.
Allltighniu et al. I,. 1. 1. , 7, 20. B.
2. L. II, It. 1. Oakhtirt
rCsster V. Paulson to Mathtlde Paul
son. 1.71 acres, being- I,. Id. Hearer
Aerea. aNo tract adjoining beginning
cor. L. 16
Alois J. Kelnhofer et al to .Tolin W.
Bennett et al. northeasterly SO ft. I..
8. H. "K," Overlook
Herman M. Tellkainn and wf. to Olias.
riehcnrr. L. 14. H. 2:t. KllwrW
BheVlff to VV. A. Sloan, S. XI 18 ft. I,.
6. R. 1:1, Katlierlne 1.431
George E. Blum and wf. to W. J. Pat
terson. I,. r. 11. 1, DleU Add
Nadir Jmd ('. to P. A. Marqiiain Jr.,
7. H. .'!". Portland City llosiestesd.
O. O. (HildenherB and wf. to H. I. Iavla
et al. Ij. 22. It. 14, Elherta
Arthur J. Anderson to IWnxrri kllken-
y et al, L. 41. 42. B. 174. fnlremltT
3. XV. Slarr Hnd wf to Klvs V. T:ite.
I, . Ss, 8. 1.413 a res 1.. 41. rt(aer
Lenrelhtiral Co. to John H. Walker, I,.
II. B. I.Mnrellinrst 1,800
John H. Walker and wf. to W". N.
Everett et al, I,. II. B. 7i, Vvi:i-I-
Hwlldlny: Permits. I
R. I. KfrinRor. repair tw o atnry frm store '
and rooniK. l.i N. K.th at . betwern Ankonr and
out uni'ic iiuiiiii'i, diHin i.nm 4iia..
, r . . i . . I
i. i . ii.vrn.PK. riiair one pior.r name rn
neral dlrn-tors' parlor, fiOl Williams avc. b
liwii lcn and Skldmore ata.; builder L.
11 Baili-y fn. : $:iooo.
f). A. 'onnoll.c. eroct one atorr ordtnirr
tlorea, :t4 N. nroadnay, botneen Itiirnaide and
ch bib.; builder. Lurk at Hanrerfield:
J. T. Kdwanla, rennlr fnur atory flrpproot
rpinforcpd concrete factory, (WO Wasblngton
S.. between 21at and 2d ata.; builder. 1 J.
I'-eter Yoal. rfiialr one slorr frame dn-elllrr.
827 Union ave. N.. between Palling ami She
I Ter eta.; builder. Oorge llalul: $;!..
H. P. Jnnca. repair two slorr fra
lng, 420n aiid at.. S. R, , oimii Koxter Itoad
Snd Laurelwood; builder, K. T. Scdffwirk:
I . w. Olllette. erect on atory frame jar- !
se, 178 Thutnaa at., between Water and .
f'm-hett ata.; builder. O. 11. Scbwrodtttuno; i
t nariea M. relnn. erect one atorr ordlnarr
plbllo garage. ;i4( Tjnlon are. N . between ,
Weldler and 1".. Broadway ata.; builder, N. 1'.
I'aulaon-; $ 7(ajo.
uuj ii. iiiirnpp. ri-ci nnfl inq one nair
lory fraine atabte. 2HO E. V.th at., between
I Main and llawtliornc are.; builder, same; .'.
Mrs. Kllaahr-tb ('alaunne. rt-tlr ntie atorr
friimii dwelling. 0."i Saratoga at., between K.
Hth and K. luili ata.; bulliler, A. K. Heekats;
Ale1 estate, repair four atorr nrditmrr
IWireboiue. 242 Front st.. between Main and
plldlscu ata.; builder, 1'ertland W ice A Iron
A. W . llHwka. eroct one and one half atorr
I frame dwellinit. fr. Junior t.. between E.
13th and K. liUi ata.; builder, H. W. Urlmm;
Hone rreahrter an church . ereet ini atorr
frame church, mi K. 7th ni. N., between Kr-
Ierett and CllUau hU.; builder. W. 11. Kret
Rose Met low, erect one atorr frame a-araie.
I $64 K. 17th at. N., between 1'reacntt and lio
lg eta.t builder, J. J. Aachwanden: J-.'i.
Ili. M. ueuRiiun. renair two atory rrame rec
tory, BOO rtandy bird., between 'fltli nd .With
ate.; builder, Portland Curled Hair Kiu'torj;
t:n I'auiT. repair one Plorv frame dwe line
ITM E. th at. N.. between Beech and Falling
ata.:. builder, anme; $2.jO.
Mary H. Unas, erect one atpry frame sar-
Iige, 830 iantenleln are., between Falling and
Shaver eta.; builder, amue; $l,r.
g. W. Harmon, erect one story frame gar-
Iage, 800 Scbuyler at., between K. l!Hb and
K. 20 tb ata.; builder, aaine; $'!0. .
Ellia J. Lerla, erect one atorr frame garage.
I6W E. With at. N., between Sandy Kuad and
Alameda: builder, aanie; $1,0.
A. Rrdinan. renair two Htorr frame dwell- I
ling. 315 Morris at., between' Wiillams and I
Uoocey ares.; builder, same; fuo.
B. J. Htll, repair two atorr name dwelllnz.
IK-41) K. Main at., between K. :Uih and E.
iBStli ata.; builder, W. Swart; i:m.
L. O. Ralston, repeir one stiarr ordlnarr
latere, 74-711 lat at., between Oak and Pine
lata.; builder. Kerrell Roofing Co.; $200.
Harding Is Picked
In First Bet Made
rooklya Betting commissioner says
Ptrst Offer on PresldentUl Contest
was f 10O to $800 oa Ohio Senator.
New York, May a. (1. N. 8.) Fred
jSchumm, the Brooklyn betting com
rnlssloner, today announced the first
loffer he has received on the presi
IdentlaU contest. It Is an offer of $100
t gainst $800 that Warren Q. Harding,
enator from Ohio. the temporary
h airman of the Chicago convention.
eVill be nominated as the Rennhllrnn
fcandldate for president.
iRev. David B. Gray,
Aged Minister, Dies
Oldest Conrrational FTsaeher la
Oregon Passes Away Last night at
the Age of 80 Tears.
Kev. David Baxter Gray, 80 years
old. an Oregon pioneer of 1S51 and the
oldest Congregational minister In Ore
gon, died at the Mann home at
o'clock last night Yesterday was his
Rev. Mr. Gray was born In Ohio
June 8, 1836, and when a boy moved
with his parents to Indiana. He came
across the plains to Oregon in 1851.
For scleral years he taught school In
f cfJPty- ln 1883 waa ordained
oWJregatlonal minister and took
Is fir pastorate at Albany.
Later he took charge of pastorates
l other regon towns and for a time
e Of church Work In Oak
After leaving California he
ortland and for many years
cUd with the Congregational
1862. twa7iiarr!(J to
Amanda SsTJwell of Eu-
chlldrerwere born, botn
gene. I Twl
of wlaim aT
noxQead, however. Mrs.
B. Faxton, a brother.
atrra, or., a brother-ln-
A. StoTtell of this city, and
several nieces suryive.
Funera1 Services will be held from
Holman'shapel tomorrow afternoon
and interment will be delayed until
completion of the mausoleum.
A BRANCH OF NAVAL
MILITIA OF THE STATE
Enlistment Will Be Started at
Once; Vote Taken at Club
Marshfield, Or., May 0. As the re
sult of the vlMt of Adjutant General
White of the Oregon national guard,
it has been decided to form a branch
of the naval militia on Coos bay, and
enlistment will begin at once.
At a meeting held at the Chamber of
Commerce a proposition was put to a
vote as to whether naval militia or a
branch of the coast artillery should
be established here. The vote was in
favor of the naval militia.
General White says he expects that
later a torpedo boat In charre of a
regular naval officer will be stationed
permanently on Coos bay.
Skull Fractured in
Fall of Five Feet
Frank Shack, Painter, Suffers Severe
Injury by Drop from Ladder While
Painting Portland Heights Souse.
Frank Sltnck, a painter living at 273
Fifttt-atrett, la lying at 8c Vincent's
hospital, said to be suffering from a
fractured skull caused by a fall of
10 '.ess than five feet.
Shack -was painting the cottage of
10 Mrs. J. B. Loveland, 69 Conimon
10 1 wealth avenue, on the edge of Port
land Heights near "The Castle" when
he slipped from the small platform he
had erected against the side of the
.Patrolmen Pales. Shaffer and Soul
rarried him down the precipitous sides
of the hill three blocks to an ambu
lance In which he was taken to the
hospital. He was Bald to be subject
to fajntnK attacks.
CI I. T CI
O K I HI I, l.llH LiriH.
To See the Land
And So Sold Canoe
When Mrs. Louise Bunnett
decided to move from her com
fortable house boat home at
Willamette Moorings and cease
"sea going" life for landsman's
abode, she found herself en
cumbered by a canoe.
"Well I'm leaving the rlrer
snd have no use for this craft."
she argued, "but how in the
world am I going to find some
one who wants It?" "Easy
enough " Interposed a friend.
"There are many people in
Portland who like the water
and lyve canoeing try a
Journal want ad."
The canoe has been sold. The
want ad did if. and Mrs. Bun
nett received $35 for the grace
Such cash transactions hap
pen many times dally thanks
to the classified columns.
Onoioe Loans of $10,000 and TTp
On Improved Business Property
(op lor Improvement Purposes).
J. P. LIPSCOMB.
943 Stark Street.
! Two improved quarter blocks, part
i tn,A- :t : i i
" W TF11 11 "st"! .UpavWBsBsVSrVJBlBkMsSanas-.
0a City and ram rropertiee la
Any Amau&t et Oarreat Katte,
Hsrtmaa ft Tbamstoa, Baak.ra.
Csresr sf keerth sad Stark Its.
Fearey Brothers, Inc.
306 Dtkwm Blag Portland, Ox.
$300 Upwards at 6-7-8
Oregon Investment si KortcatT Co.
Offloea aOS-4, 170 3d St.
FARM LOANS i
Mortgage) Company for America
Boom S3. Alnflworth Bid&r. ,
Pnone stain 6841. Portland. Or.
O L M A
TKZSD an BALMOU BTBim,
MATJT B07. A-1B11.
AUCTION SALES TOMORROW
m. at Ford
AT w tison A union ttuuse.
t Sale a? Ill a. m
CAMP meets every
ln W. O. W. Temple,
128 llth st. All mem
bers requested to at
tend. Visitors welcome.
W. W. G ARROW.
Herman Schade, Clerk.
HAWTHURNK Lodge, No.
111. A. F. and A. M- Bpe
cial c ommunlcatioti tniu
(Tuesday) evening at J :.
Masonic Temple. Wcik in
theM. M. degree. Come and
new team work. ititing
regular meeting. Moose
hall. Broadway and Mor
rison St.. at 8 o cloclfe p.
m-. every Wednesday eve
ning. Refreshments aft--rwlrds.
P. U Proctor.
eLec rotary. mm
SAMAStlTAN Lodgf No. 2,
1 O. O. F. Regular meet
ing Wednesday, at 8 P. M.,
t r i v TemDle. 226
Aider street. Second degree, visitors
always welcome. .
WM. L1NKLATER, N. G.
R. QSVOL.U, bee y.
liMKLEM Jewelry a specialty duiioii.
jaeger prua.. ix-q
111 f o 'i 0 f -
VV. ll. C5m Tn 0i UU.Vlaitlim cards.
Third floor Morgan Bldg.
Ul'.t.hS suns sola or rulileu. low prices,
latest stvlew, all siies. we buy dress
sult Hare'l's Misfit Cloth Store. SI 3d.
lKh.6ri suits tor rent, all sizes. Uuikjue
Tailoring Co.. 309 Stark St.
KAN Ii To Mr. and Mra. Frank 3. Kane,
5oth at. S. April 28, aon.
M' CON NELL To Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge W. Mc-
(.'onuell, 1508 Willow at.. April 30. a eon.
JOHNSON To air. and Mra. William A. John-
aou, 3734 o7Ui at. 8. April 2b, a daugh
ter. CiORIIAM To Mr. and Mra. Rollln F. Gor-
hn.r. flrant-a S.u H Aorll 21. a daUKDter.
CAMikN To Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cadden,
620 th at.. April a. a oaugnter.
U'CARTY To Sir. and Mrs. Krancia O. Me
I'artr. 74 rartasut ot.. April 25. a daughter.
SCHI BALH To Mr. and Mia. Albert M. Kohu-
bnch. 846 U. U reeu wood are., April a
FKHRIN To Mr. anil Mrs. itasnei errin,
Fnreat (irore. Or., May II. a son.
KRANTZ To Mr. and Mis. trharles KianUs.
1M K. llth .. Airil 2r.asoH.
DEATHS AND FUXERALS73
ri.KTCHKR At the residence. 9iS South Jer
er street, St. Johns, uregon. May V. Frank
I.awson Fletcher, aged 44 jcars. beloved aon ot
Mr. and Mra. J. 11. Kletih-r. husband of Nellie
Fletcher. Hither of James and Harold Fletcher,
brother of Hamilton. Alfred and Norton Fletch
er of St. Julius, oreguu; W. 11. Fletcher of
Montana, Mra. I. t . Matlieney of Tacotna.
Washington. Funeral will leare the borne at
).;! a. m. Thursday. Services will be held
at K angelical ehurch, corner John and Iran
h'v street, ft. Johns. Interment Mount Seott
Park cemetery. Arrangements In care of Mil
ler 'I rucey. . .
l.OF.B In thia city. May 8, at 431 Benton
si.. Adam l.oeb. aged 73 years months
17 days, father of Miss Carrie, George and
Alfred Ioeb, Mra. Mary Nelson and Irene
lxet, all of tlile city; brother of Mrs. Fred
Mllus of Springfield, 111. The funeral seir
Irea will be held at the chapel of the Portland
rremat'Tlum at 2 "0 p. m. tomorrow (Wednes
day;, Mar 10. r!enda lnrlted. The remains
aru at home. Tbe funeral arrangement are
In charge of tba F. b. Dunning, Inc., 414 .
Alder Bt. .
IIL'FFER May S. at 1088 East Thirteenth
street north. Jialy A. Huffer, Hged 64 yaara,
belored uiotlier of F. A. Uuffer of Tacoma.
John 11. UufffH it Raymond. Wash., Mrs.
Harld I Allen, lxiulse i). Uuffer, Rlabee.
Aril., and Mra. W. C. Reagan of Portland.
Fcnernl Kcrrlces tt i II be held Horn A. It. Keller
lo.'n parlors. 504 Williams arenue, Wednesday.
May 10, at 2 n.'ni. Frlenda are lnrlted. In
tel itent Rlrervlew cemetery.
BA RTHOI.OM A In Uils city. May X. at bis
late residence, Sti N. 17th St., 'bnrle K.
Bhrtholoma. aged 47 years, husband of Klma
Rhrtholnma. 'Ite funeral serrlees will be
held Wednesday. May Hi. at 2 oO o'rloi'k p
m., at the resliem-e eBiahliahment of J. 1'
Fluley & Son. Montgomery at 5lh. Friends
MAVRERR1 Tile rnneral serricea of Frames
Nern Mayberry will be held tomorrow, May
10. at 1 o'clock p. m., from the residence fu
neral parlors of Walter C Keuw oitliy, l.".!2
and 1.VI4 F.ast Thirteenth afreet, Sellwood
Frlenda lnrlted. Interment Ulrerriew ceui
HARI.OW The funeral services ef the late
Ce lest Is C. Harlow will be beld Weilnesday
Mar In, at 10 u clock a. in., at the residence
establishment of J. I". Finley & Son. Mont
ginicry at 0th. Friend inn led. Interment
a1 lAine Fir cemetery.
GRAY At the Old People borie. o2d and
Sandy bird.. May 8. Her. Oavid ll. Gr:iy
aued SO jears. Friends invited to attend fti
neral serviette, which will be held at Holnian'i
funeral parlors, at 2 p. ui. tomorrow (Wednes
day i. May 10.
MiZKN In thia city. May 7. Edwin .Mizen
are 7T, vears. Remains cars Kricson t'n
derlaking parlors. ADcouncemeut of funeral
NORTON Louise Norton, age 3s jears. died
auddenl; ot heart lailure. Funeral notice
HUlVK Mrs. Vlala Ilowk. ht. Vincent's. May
B, 31 years, urares ui-wisc.
HAENKK Jobiimia Haeuer. 7d St., May 5. 61
BEOKtR t'hristtne Keeker. H4 K. 2.'ld at.,
May 5, B.1 ycaif, cei-ebral hemorrhage.
DAY William VV. Day. S4 LocumI t.. May
&( 73 years, nephritis and eiidiH'ardltls.
JEWETT MeKlu t'liireuce Jewett. Good Sa
nieritan. Mir H, 5 year, pneumonia.
MARTIN Oi ftlKBta Co.. Jiunsls, o4.
Wash. Main 2BW, A-l 26!). Flowers
for all occasions artistically arranged,
CLARKE BKua., tioriela, it i Morrison
st Main or A-1805. Fins flowers
snd floral designs. No branch stores.
TOiNSETll FLORAL. CO.. Z)o Wash.,
bet. 4th and 6th. Main LI02. A-1102.
OSCAR JOHN SON
Glisan st Mar.
6116: wreaths, billows. $3 ud.
Sprays $1 up. Chappells.347 Morrison
MAX M. fcMl T H. tiotist. 141H tn st.
C D IPCHM RESIDENCE UND, PRLS.
LnlUoUIN M. 6133 A-SS3S. 44S Morr.
BREEZE ex biNDOk, B-1261. T 12SS.
OiS Belnontt 34tS I.adv attendant.
RT Dirnfir Williams and Knott
1 It Dyillcb East 1115. C-1943.
u.-ilinn Eaat 80th and Glisan. Vu
naiTllllOn neral services. Tabor 4S13
CICArQ "Undertaking Co. Main 4152
OiXLVVLO A-2321. Cor. 3d snd Clay.
Tears of Experience Enables
This Firm to Give YOU
This modern establishment,
with its conveniences, includ
ing a secluded driveway. In
sures absolute privacy, caus-,
lng ln no way a departure'
Ironi an established policy tH
liXlieneiiceil Vy Oman Attendant.
j. P, Finley & Son
Montgomery at FlflU.
Wiln n, A-16y9.
F. S. Dunning, Inc.
East Side Funeral .Directors, 414 E.
Alder st. Phone Kast 62. B-2525.
A, L. Kli W OK i ll Y cu.
Tabor 62ti!; 58u aza st.. Lents. Tabor
5Mi; 6ith st. and t osier road., Arieia.
Undertai.ci. ,ast Ui.i tiid ilaw
thorne. K. i 81, H-1888. lady assls:a.ct.
Dunning St McnteeiiJoua,.ir4rj
every UeLa.il. Broauway and Pine sts.
Broadway 440, A-4ii. lady assistant.
Walter C. Kenworthy
15S2-15B4 K. 13th. Sellwood 71. B-1122.
Mll-L.liutt 6i iliACn.1, iiiuepeiiuein lu
neial diieciors. Price m us i-v,
J4U. 0. Vvas;i. at Kiia. m. to'Jl, A-Tti!a.
A, H, Zellar Uo
Lady aueuuajil. uay and nignt service.
I'UKiLAMD MAKHLE WKS.. 2t4-2
4th st.. opp. city nail. Main 8664.
Phmp Neu Sons, for memorials.
II 2j7-3rtP STCOP. MADI3QN, )
A fine lot on Knott street, close to
Williams avenue, in same blocK as
Bates bank; 4uxl35 feet, pertectly
level, all up to dale, street improve
ments, no liens or incumbrance what
ever. Taxes paid. This is an ideal
bite for an apartment house. Owing
to the unusual depth ot this lot (iso
leeU a building could be set back
feet from the street and stilt have
ample space in the rear. Stores could
be built in front and the whole would
yield a fine return on the investment
Price $35uO. Tso trades. Owner. K- !
ton s al i cys iga i ui
BUILD your home with one concern,-
no middlemeu; ittive ihis difference,
p,et a belter houtse for the same
money. We guarantee everything m
writiiiir from foundation to chimney
Artistic, practical, Ideas in free book.
Homes." Get one. 133U Northw
Oliver J. Jef fery. President.
AM forced to give my home away, re-
lused I50U0 tor it i yeaia ago., will
take 12'JoO now. $450 .cash, oaiance in
years, built o years ago. corner
East 37th and VV ashing ton. 2 blocks
trom Ladd park, ti rooms, sleeping ;
porch and garage, furnace, fireplace
and two toilets; Just painted
modern house, line condition and
neighborhood. Chance of a lifetime.
Phone Tabor 67S7.
Sacrifice in Hawthorne Dist.
fireplace a fid
Paving and street and sewer paid 450
Will now take 2850
Need cash 1100
Am sacrificing for quick sale. Ad
dress, W-l 91, Journal.
TO RELIABLE PEOPLE.
$15 per mo. secures Rose City Park
bungalow. rooms and bath, com
pletely equipped basement, laundry,
gas lixtures, shades, good location,
nice lot,- U block to car, am leaving
city, would rather reliable people have
it on these terms than rent It. Tabor
BUILD now; a lifetime knowing how;
best staff of workmen on the coast.
We save you the middleman's profit.
Consult us; we finance. "Homes," a
book of practical suggestions, free, j
(lot mi. 1330 North western BanK
bidg. The Oregon Home Builders, j (
Oliver lv. jeiiery, presiurin.
1 AM COMPELLED to dispose of my
nearly new 6 room bungalow all
modern conveniences, large attic, l
block from Peninsula park on Missis
sippi avc. If you have a little money
1 will surprise you in price. Would
take auto as first payment. Broad
5 ROOM BUNGALOW. $1475.
Up against it. 1 must move. My
modern home on "lit St.. near Glisan
st. carline; fireplace, buffet, Dutch
kitchen, cement basement, laundry
trays, lare porch. Cost me $2450; will
sell for $1476. terms. Phone Broadway
227 West Sumner
New. 6 room bungalow; all modern
conveniences, built-it. street improve-
ments all in, fine view over Willam- i
ette river. Will sell at a saeruice
Marshall 3613. '
Why Not Build
And get a home according to your
Ideals. I design, build and finance any
building; artistic sketches free. See
me before you build. N. O. Eklund.
US Henry bidg Main 6818.
rent. Rose City
and 50xl00-foot lot;
payments, less than
Park car to 72d St.
Gregory Investment Company.
MUsT sell mv 2i00 home for $210u
house 1 year old, 5 rooms, modern
fireplace, lull basement, lot 60x10"
Tator district, excellent view, on
i2il St.. near Glisan. 1
block to car.
lhone Broodway 1658.
FORCED to sell my $950 equity for
$150. House 2 years old, cost $3300.
has 6 rooms, full basement, Dutch
kitchen, breakfast room, built in buf
fet, large attic. Piedmont district, Mr.
H a 'geman, Broadway 1668.
$tii) WILL buy 4 room ceiled house
on 50x100. use of 100x100, on 78th
and Halsey; easy terms. Phone Broad
v -tv 1658 .
NEW bungalow just completed. l-14;viUE pav cash for small retail dairv
Rodney ave.. Piedmont, by owner. ! witn route. Must be neat; room for
Woodlawn 1905. ; about four cows. T-542, Journal.
FORCED SALE My
$1150 equity in
$2o0 cash or
f trade. Mar. UKS
mv hamutiful home. all
Richmond district; only $3000. 20
. . . '
$2760 BEAUTIFUL 5 room bungalow,
Owner, Main 867.
CHEAPEST rates, designing, repair
ing, erecting and financing build
1 o-ROOM house In construction,
is a Bnap. $4 25. Terms. Tabor
FOR SALE LOTS
GREAT bargain, 4 lots, $500; 5 lots.
117M1- Imnrovementa Da id. Irvintr-
ton. Splendid locations. East 273. W.
BKAUtIFL'L corner lot, 50x100, all
cultivated, 3 blks. from Eastmore
land school, I blk. from paved St.;
cheap for spot cash. Z-383, Journal.
CORNER ru 100x167 ft., southeast
facing, beautifully located; restrict
ed dist.; improvements all in. M. 7033.
FOR SALE. Rose City lot, $750, $300
cash; balance on easy terms. Tabor
FOR SALE LOTS
200 BEAUTIFUL, lots ln Mllwaukle; 6c I eled land, mils from from g row
car fare; light, gas and water; $2iing railroad town, on good state road,
cash and f 10 per month. U. G. Stark- ! 100 acres In crop, all kinds ofrult,
weather. Risley station. Phone Oak with moderate buildings and good
Grove 1-X. ' water. Sell part or all on eaBy terms,
100x100 ALAMRUA Park.
8 79 Kast Davis.
14 "i Owner
pnfiSPP'HlTV ix niVini qooooO-
000 In new wealth added in 1916.
Enormous crops and low taxation make
farmers rich. Wheat average, 3S.1G j
bushels per acre ln Alberta, 28.76 bush-
els per acre ln Saskatchewan. 28.50
bushels per acre In Manitoba. Taxes av
erage 24 and will not exceed $35 per
quarter section, includes all taxes; no
taxes on improvements. Free schooe and
full religious liberty, good climate. Get
jour farm home from the Canadian
Pacific railway. 20 years to pay. Good
land from $11 to $30 per acre; irrigat
ed lands from $30, and the government
guarantees your land and water titles.
Balance, after firtt payment, extended
over 19 years, with intere&t -it 6';i;
rlvileees of paylne in full any time.
Before final payment becomes due our '
farm should have paid for itself. Wei
will lend you up to $2000 in improve- I
mejua in certain aisiriuis, wiui iiu t
curity other than the land itself. Par- i
titulars on, request Ready mad? farms i
for sale. Special easy terms. Loans !
for livestock. In defined disiilcts. !
after one year's occupation, under cer
tain conditions, we advance cattle, i
sheep and hogs to farmers up to ;i
value of $1000. We want you; we can:
afford to help you. We own the land;
we want the land cultivated. Our in
terests are mutual. Buy direct unl get !
your farm home from the CANADIAN I
PACIFIC RAILWAY. Send for free1
book. J. B. Dennis, assistant to the
president, Canadian Pacific Railway,
avenue. Calgary, AlDerta,
6 ACRES near Oregon Electric, level
land, fine oil nil rlpflrwl and under
fence. 1 bought at a sacrifice six
weeks ago, but am goins- aw:iy and '
will sell at still greater sacrifice now
1 also have 60 acres stump land near,
St. Helens, worth $3750, mortgaged for'
$1250; will sell my $26u0 equity for'
$500 to prevent foreclosure. 28 Com-I
merclal st. WoodlaWn 4357. forenoons.
Gibson Half Acres
Good soil, city water, close to car
line easy terms: will build to suit pur
chaser. Phone Marshall 1685 or Sell
wood 476. John H Gibson, owner.
40 ACRES $1400.
On macadam road, fine soil, only 85
miles from Portland. Can be bought on
AKERSON. GOOCH CO..
f5 Stock Exchange bidg.
FOR SALE or rent, 2 1-3 acres, at Ti
gard, new house and barn, electric
lipnts, running water, 6 minutes to
Oregon Electric. Price $2000; rent $10
per month. John Zimmerman, 6'.uh
and E. Mad'son'sts. Phone Tabor
CHICKEN, FRUIT GARDEN remchee
near Portland, 2, 6. 10 acre tracts,
best soil, good roads, near electric, itii
to $200 per acre, easy terms. McFar
land. 309 Yeon bidg. Portland.
I ABOUT 220 acres; good dairy ranch;
! suitable for fruit and dairy pur
! purposes', house and bai n and orchard.
Ut: easy terms. VV. W. Irvin, Aurora, (jr.
! ACHE tracts on carline, near city,
paved road; $5 cash, $5 per montn.
6" int. Owner, 517 Chamber of Com.
TEN acre tracts 3 miles of
ver, Wash. Particulars from owner,
4n7 Benton st.. Portland. Or.
SUBLKBAX ACREAGE 7tl
On new hard surfaced Base Line
road, about 7 miles from city. 6 room
house, large porch, good well, 2 acres i o"
!: berries, young orchard, 1 block to.8
cTctrlc station; will sell cheap and j
BNAp F0R CHICKEN RANCH OR
1 acre or less, in city limits, 4 blks.
from car. 5c fare. 6 room house.
Nearly new 5 room house. near
Gresham, 1 acre or less, at sacrifice
("lc, easy terms.
""V M B 1 ) E N STOCK & LARSON CO.,
Kilwv 165H. 306 Oak st.
fob sal;; farms
GILLIAM COUNTY RANCHES.
ISO acres alfalfa, A-l buildings,
house insured for $1500; snap at $4600,
half cash arid your time on balance.
320 acre larm, 100 bottom land, a-i
erood house, cost $1200; good Well
windmill on porch; good barn. Price
$2000. This is an estate and must be
bold at once.
160 acres, all tn wheat, good build
ings, $2000; half cash, and time on
200 acre dairy farm, lots of well
water, fair house and lots of good
All of these farms are snaps. Can
and see R- E. Montague, room -i. it .
mk St., Portland.
RIVER not torn nnd bench land in Wil
lamina valley, near good railroad
town; running water, no rock; etnpioy
nient. Let us snow you u acres
soil with good, 4 room house. $26
down, $10 month. Or, 6 acres bench
land, $25 down, $8 month. Or, uearly
6 acres with 537 bearing apple trees;
$300 down, balance terms. Or, any
amount of land, reduced prices, easy
terms to settlers. J. R. Sharp, 667
40 ACRES HOI SE BARNS
5 acres onion land. 2 ai n potato i
laud. In highest state of cultivation,
400,000 ft. timber, all goes for price
of a good city lot. Must have cash j
and am sacrificing to get it. Address j
X-771, Journal. Fenced with V wire j
40 ACRES Ugarii, $125 per acre, 22
acres in cultivation, balance all till
flble, shack buildings, good orchard,
3t4 miles from Tigard. 12 miles from
Portland, $2600 cash, balance 4V years.
The biggest snap in Oregon. Do not
submit any. Junk on the trade basis.
Fred VV. (terman Co., 732 Cham, of Com.
12H ACRES. $3500; good house, fair
outbuildings. 7 acres in crop, gar
den and small fruits; 4 mile, from
railway station. 3 churches, grade and
high schools; $1000 down, balance In
lo equal yearly payments at 0 per cent.
Write or call at once. C M. Ree.s.
,v rnlty. r.
PRUNES pay big. 1 have 2b acres.
Must sell Aillntna citv Hieh school.
j fne g0;,i and improvements. Full par-
ticulars Owner Box 157. Riddie Or
RENT OR BUY
WANTED fsrm In Willamette valley
up to $50,000; lifive iirst class port
Also want farm up to $10,000; have
j Portland income as part payment.
I Owners onlv. 413 McKav- bidg.
, - on A pp C" rm Unnnluhmpnt Vinnco
1 1 1 1 1 1 at. v rt. i I et.M.i k uuu ien.il vi. 11 1 l
tinii' also una of A20 acres So acre
nlnw.d e'oorl Water. 12x14 house. 1000
ft. of lumber, 2 horses. $300.
We also know of several good 320
acre homesteads. 903 C. of C. Main I
HOME choice homesteads in Lake Co..
near new k. k. survey, fine rarm
lanu. locator now neie as us a 001 1
; them. Open Sundays ana evenings. 30t
FoUR homesteads, t miles from town.
level, gooa roil, no rock, climate
Ideal, water 10 feet from surface in
abundance. iniormauon dox 64, Ea
! Pine. Or.
THREE good homesteads in Deschutes
valley; land lays good, close to
water and town; neighbors close; party
now from there has photos. 411 Henry
l ldg. .. . . . .
HAVE 20,000,000 feet well located tim
ber; will exchange all or part; might
assume if property suited. F. D.
Uuelat. 917 Parkside Drive.
EXCHANGE REAL ESTATE 24
FOR trade or sale, 185 acres, all lev-
or traae ior email larm or city prop-
erty. Address H. F. Mitchell. Junction
City. Or. .
57.46H ACRES. 14 miles from Portland.
on main niKiiwuy, nan unutr tun-
tivatlon. balance nasture and timber.
Soil A-l. Kspecially adapted for' fruit
and berries. Must dispose of property.
Bargain. Telephone E. 2540.
RESIDENCE property for
Grocery or second hand business.
6 room cottage for improved land.
City income for Improved farm,
EWEMT. 312 Panama bidg.
UNIMPROVED land, no incumbrance,
with lease of dairy ranch. W'ant
home values easy access to city. FX
920. Journal. .
WHAT have you to offer for 5 room
house and 2 lots ln Shawnee. Okla.;
(value $1600. .Call Tabor 4.Z or write
i hvk f acre of rard
en land and
i city ot Velasco, Texas., value
tgnn- will traule for anything;. Csdl
Tabor 647' or
write 8-771. Journal.
WANTED REAL ESTATE 8t
HOCSE wanted; have $2000 first mort
gage &' well secured; will assume
Sloo?. (Ii. N.) Dorr E. Keasey & Co..
232 Cham, of Cam, bidg.
WANTED One lot in lrvington. Hose
City Para or Kossmere tor tne least
that cash money will buy. K-6J5, Jour
h room bungalow from
will accept 4 beautiful
acres in payment; value $3000. D-
WE WILD SELL
OR LOAN MONEY ON YOUR LOT.
J. C. CQRBIN CO., LEWIS BLDQ.
'A cash for best bargain, 4 tl 5
suburban lots Z-662. Journal.
Rooming House Snaps
12 rooms, brick, $560, terms fine
22 rooms, transient, down town, 1400.
30 rooms, modern. S8f0. terms.
18 rooms, h. k., rent $25, $35i.
42 rooms, modern, rent $60. $1250.
Terms to suit on any above houses.
GODDARD, 602 COUCH BLDG.
Chance of a Lifetime
11 roomed house, few minutes walk
from the postoftice; good money
maker; cheap rent, for $250.
BEE HALL, 511-13 PANAMA RLDO.
TO LEASE Small apartment hounc.
2 and 3 rooms, partly furnished;
furniture for sal": steam heat and
phone service Included in rent; can
be handled hv one person; a bargain
15 LOVELY rooms, a good living,
modern house, walklna; distance, a
fine place to live, just as clean as can
be: I must sell al bargain. Main 67S5.
all H. K.. good location;
seen to be appreciated.
11 ROOMS First clas furniture, t
minutes from postofflce. vV-768,
NINE rooms of good furniture; will
.i-c ,i,Q i im mo, .t
IVXI' I ii ii. aoo l u ui rtv.
22 room furnished hotel, east side.
J, C. CORBIN, CO.. LEWIS BLDG.
14 ROOMS, all housekeeping, for sals
Or trade- terms. W-l 93, Journal.
ROOMING house for sale cheap by
owner. 204 4th st.
room-; all hou
Gr"?l,i -V, ou
stkeeping. rent $26.
. BUSINESS OPPOUTUNITIKS 20
GROCERY, confec, clearing oer $100
month; large school trade; with 5
living rooms and bath; $50 month milk
trade; $660 will handle. Millership, 724
i nam. t om.
WAGON dairy lunoh. elegantly
equipped, doing excellent business.
I FDoO: $400 cash, remainder eaav tiav
I hients. Rare opportunity. Investigation
! Invited. .1-574, Journal.
CHANCE for live man. general mer
cxiandise store in iarming commun
ity. P. O. and ticket office ln connec
tion; some cash; no agents. Tabor
1 WILL sell real cheap. interest in
cigar, oft drink and pool room; must
. i liava nttrtnar tt heir, o.n with lha l,iial-
- - : - v"- J r 7X7,.
nfternoons. Broadway 1147.
CIGAR AND BOOTBLACK STAND
Heart of west side; rent $20; doing
fine business; place will Invoice $750.
Am going to war, so will give away
See Peters, 15 N. 5th t
HMAlih cash store; have opening for
energetic man: pay $25 week, whtesi
can be increased, and small Invest
ment required. Call room 329 Morgan
DANDY confectionery, ice cream iar-
I.,- nrltli 9 nli., ir furniuli.rl rrwtmu
tiifi carilpn snd IS chickens Kent 110
i for all. Will sacrifice for $250. Mli
724 Cham. com.
BALi. i wo picture theatres in
two 'southern Oregon towns, near
Easy terms. SX-771, Jour-
l'OK SALE Good creamery making
over $000 pounds of huttef a week at
present; will coublo this later On. YX-
LIGHT groceries, confectionery, ice
cream; good location. Just thing for
man and wite; price 3.-u caati $z&0.
ta:. terms. Phone East 7409.
RESTAURANT. bakery and lnnch
house doing a good business in a
good town. 'iwn?r leaving on account
of poor health. Z-064. Jour ml.
. heST fixtures, big stock, 3 furnished
1 anartinf nln over store. (Inmt hus.1-
nees. Apartment district. Big discount
if sold quick. 410 Montgomery.
When you can trade, sell or buy from
M l ,Lt,rtslil P.
724 Chamber of Commerce.
AUTOMOBILE business; owner wants
a partner he can depend on to help
him; good pay and very iittle money
required. Call room 329 Morgan bidg
FOR sale or trade, w modern up-to-
date Creetons auto popcorn wagon
For price, terms, etc.. address II, 20th
and A St.. Cofvallls, Or.
WANTED Partners with $2000 it
wholesale produce business. Good
salary with one-half of profits to
right party. O-nny, journal.
; l)H SALE by owner, poolroom doing
gOOU uueillC!j., ot-r.-. 1 rt 1 F, a ' 1 1 in hit,
Don't buy until you see this. 101
Union avenue N.
$ir.0 FIRST mortgage.
$1300; good security.
will sell for
new; best investment In
. Millership. 724 Cham
G0OI1 cash business in deslrabl
neighborhood, near school; money
maker; living rooms. M-186, Journal
BEFORE you buy see what I have for
your money In stores and hotel
MASTERS. 607 Plttock Blk,
vdr sai.K OR TRADE Motion Dlr
ture equipment in good condition
-- - - - .1
MAN Handy with tools, for plumbs1
to general repair snop.
once. Millership. 724 Cham.
RESTAURANT and Ice cream. A-l lo.
I cation, good place for man and wife
1 owner, s 2 7 E. Division st.
jKER Y lor rent, fully equipped. 30
3 40 Front.
FINE stamps, hinges, albums, etc.
a. m.-6 p. m. Columbia Stamp Co.. ii
North lth st. Main 76S0.
BUSH. ESS CARDS.
Rose City Printing Co
Third st.. cor Taylor
MEAT market. V interest; good busi
ness. Swank. 601 Northwest bidg.
l4ntnr cttA hiifllnca
MAN for woodsaw; good proposition.
Millership, 724 Cham. Com.
PLUMBING shop for sale. Will in
voice stock. 6337 Foster Road.
BUSINESS OPl'OHTUMXIEa 2u
OWNER must have outdoor employ
ment; will sell confectionery, ice
cream, soda fountain, cigars' and light
groceries; central. West Bids; low rent,
living room; all first class. Will take
as part payment poultry or dairy atock.
If you are satisfied with $76 to $100
per month, see this. Price $550. V
580, Journal. .
I'll Prove It to You
.that this is the best buy in the city.
Grocery and delicatessen; living
rooms; new stock, good fixtures, prom
inent corner, close in. cheap rent;
Worth $1200, for $760, part cash, bal
ance trade or terms.
SEE HALL. 512-13 PANAMA BLTG.
Some Class to This
Investigate this high school lunch,
doing large business. taiidy home,
living rooms, bath, lifetime location.
FIRE Insurance business as a nucleus
around which to build. In Portland
or some other good town. X-76B. Jour
nal. MONEY TO LOAN
OUR Installment plan is the best and
surest method Of paying a loan.
$32.28 per month for its mouth
$21.24 for 60 months, or
$13.17 for 99 months pays
loan ana interest.
Other amounts In proportion.
We loan on Improved city property
Or for building purposes.
EQUITABLE BVO'S A LOAN ASSN..
242 8tark St., Portland, Oregon
MONTHLY INSTALLMENT LOANS
on Portland homes, tt'o, no commis
sion. One cent per day for a safe de
posit box insures the safety of valu
able papers. UNION SAFE DEPOSIT
& TROT CO.. 284 OAK ST.
l.hr La MARK 1UUH LOANS.
00 kr 2000 8
I14U0 8 $300" 7j
NKILAN & PARKHILU
203 .Slock Exchange Olds
Srt and Yamhill.
MONEY TO LOAN.
On improved real estate or for hntid-
ing purposes; very flexible contracts;
COLUMBIA LIFE & TRUST CO.
z.' Stevens bids.
YOU can borrow money at headquar
ter on improved heal estate. He
us. Oregon Jiome Ruliuers, 1830 North
western Bank Building. Oliver K Jef
PORTLAND PROPERTY OR VALIDLY
Make low rates on cood seeurttv
H. L. ARCHER. 404 Northwestern
cut Loans, b, 6 and 7.
I' ARM LOANS, 7'.i. ANY AMOUNT.
GEO. E. WAGGONER & CO..
S'J5 Venn hldg.
buiLnlAu loans on cay and uuuiuun
property; money aavanred as work
progressed. w. U. Reck, ill F
Mb Main 34U7.
ti,vii Oi iiioilgages. city or lanu
property, fire insurance. McKenzla
It v-o.. tieriiti('cr tiutg , 2n sn Alder
i-Abll uaiu 11 uif: tgages. notes, con
tracts, mortgage loans; rvueonable
rates, r . 11. Lewis. 4 Eewls bidg.
.UUAfil IO I.U.i.l 111 U1I1UUI1U ol Sll'u
to ssuuu on city property. A. H
Hen in oetiinger hldg
For immediate loans at 7 and 8
BOID REALTY CO. LEWIS BLDG
.O.N I- 1 IO
uu iiiiiuii-u Cll, 1 HI 111
i' ' King. :tti spaldinn
ilOOO IK 10s JuvD ,o loan OU Cily
tnrm jirdiietiy Taboi Jii2
blU aiW, f UUU, lfU, fiuu,
Fred W. German Co. 732 Char
44U,VUU oil Ccfcfe. r AH RlNti 1 ON.
80 4tn st Board of Trade Hldg
bb.11. ut oinaii loans, lusiaiimeai iuuhs.
siuiuu.iUt luaiu. uW lo iLm oregun
Inv A Mm t !). Co.. 170 3d St.
0 anil 1 V- Lvun
k st . near 5th
naioiuurc-ria '.i. .imi
10 loan, 0 to h'M w. ii am n
:40 Spalding hldg
BUILDINGS financed and erected a:
ravings. Hundley. ;07 PlttocK blk.
MONEY TO LOATt
Money to loan to salaried people and
others on furniture, pianos, motor.
rycles, automobiles, diamonds, etc.. at
legal rules, with easy terms of nv.
ment; no delay. Licensed by stats.
IUHILAMJ LOAN COMPAN1. INC.
311 Dektim hi 1 J g.
WANTED By a public utility com
pany of Washington $7500. secured
by a first mortgage on a $20,000 plant.
niieresi payments 10 sun mortgagee.
WE WANT $1000 at 87,; $1600 at $T
$11,000 at 7; I12.50U at g-Te; $40,000
t 6',c; and other amounts. The Ore
gon Home Builders, 1330 N. W. Bank
a loan of $1600 on improved
will jim y r
413 McKay bidg,
WANT $'J0O on Lents residence, new,
modern. Main 1940. 430 Worcester
WELL secured $600 chattel mortgage;
will sell for $460. See Quigley, 202
WANTED To borrow $300 for 1 year.
good security; will pay 10',. T-643,
and d mortgages purchased: also
sellers' interest in contracts fir snd
Wesn H. K. Noble Lumbermen bids
C HA T T E L M O R T G A O E S PUR"
CUAMKO. INWI'lKF, I1 Dekurn bid.
ELI' WAMTEll MALE
wiit'iM.witiuitT Must be accus
tomed to automobile and motor truck
work. Steady work year around. Up-to-date
equipment. References as to
aiilllly required. X-7B4. Journal.
trong boy for factory
worn; stcauy position ; must be will
lng to start from ground up. Reply
in writing to y,-hi, journal.
W AN 1 EI ) young man to work In gro-
J; state age,
balary evicted. K
WANTED Country salesmen with
Ford cars; big proposition. CalllVl
MACHINE man wanted. 970 Macadam
st. Frfeelsnd furnlttire Co.
EMPLOYMENT aepsrinint i.
A Service fre- i, tremh.re
BJlLI' V A-VT43.D iilsc. J
T M. C. A. AUTOMOBILE SCHOOL.
Day and nlgnt aisaiaa; training IC
rtpauripg. arizing anl machine work.
inciuaing rorge, istne, snaper, drill
rress, etc; tuns unlimited. Secu.e
pass at Educational olflce X. M. C. A.
Tildg t inspect our shops and meth
00s. COMPET1ENT CHAUFFEURi
AN U ainr.HAMlCB SUPPLIED. Tul
tion fee incluaes MEMBERSHIP IN v.
M, C. A. and Its EMPLOYMKN'T iik.
PAhTMENT as of 60-ft. aw.Aimln
'iiower i runs gymnasium, etc,
MON Til. Uovarumaut iddk Man
Women Wanted. List of tinaliumi
free. Franklin Institute, Dept. 24-o,
nui'iirmer, f. a.
.. .' . u : . .' . . 1
w an 1 st Names men, wishing to
Become Portland mail carrier com
mence $67 month. OX-$I. Journal.
UNCALLED for tailor made suits. $.ku
up. Taylor the Tailor 28H Burnside.
HELI W ANTED FEMALF. 2
WANTKD Motherly woman, modern
home, light services, family irlvl
legea. small wages. Phone after 6:31
p. m., Woodlawn 4J18. Call 1039 Ii
10th st. n. Aioerta car.
A WOMAN or girl for light general
housework In exchange tor room.
WANTED Girl for light housework,
moderate wages. Apply 234 College,
GIRL for general housework: must be
gooa cook. iZ5. Kenwood 1S6U.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
WANTED nurse for small boyj im
wages: no other work requires
Phone Marshall 366 L . '
K1MSHKUS on pants. iiOS'j Jefferson
UELV WAVTEo MALE AND"
MAN. wife and big daughter want
place in mining camp to take ran
of boarding house: wife good meat and
pastry cook; man nanay witn toon.
can give" best of references. Y-670,
UOLJbK UAHUbk COLLibtvast - I
wants men and women to learn the
trade; paid while learning; tools free;
positions secured: summer ratusi writs
ror catalogue. 4 N. la St. - )
MOHLER Barber school wants tneii;
and women to learn barber trade.
free in 8 weeks. Positions secured. Psyi
while learning. 3 8 N, 2d St. I
OKKGON - BARBER COLLEGlSMon
and women to learn barber tradv
free. 233 Madison st. '
MAN and wlf
Swiss oerman. exeo-
enced in dairying, want position On
dairy or farm. Jour
SOLICITORS WANTED. ;
MEN AND WOMEN.
For every city and town in Oregon
and Washington, exclusive territories
hlgh-clase guaranteed article; will be
used ln every home; sells at sight;
big nroflts to agents. Cal at ones at
Oregon hotel, suite i58-269.
WANTED solicitor for cleaning and
pressing parlor. Call 16 E. Sato,
cor. Ash. ' .
C11Y OK PORTLAND
PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT BUREAU.
14th ar-d Johnson sts.
EFFICIENT MEN ' i
FOR ALL POSITIONS.
Salesmen, office men. clerks, me
chanics, fnrm hands, house men. cOOks.
mm men. loggers, laborers etc, NO I
lee charged employer or employe. Out
of town orders uiveu prompt attontioo.
Alain J6bt. A-24
ENERGETIC young single man, With
some ahop experience, wishes posl
tion in .machine shop where he can I
learn the trade; salary secondary con
sideration; can furnish references. O-
SAUESMAN with several years' expsr
ierrce on the road In Oregon, wants
main or specialty line with, reliable
nuunc, iJ 1 00, tvuiimt.
EXPERIENCED man wishes position
as hail man or elevator man. O'
1698. Room 3.
cvjivipb. 1 tM' shop mechanics and
chaufteurs furnlslied by X. M. C A
Auto school Main 70SR. A-KStl.
PAINTING, papei hanging, tinting, $2
per room up. c. A. Barnes, Marsiiail
PRACTICAL painter, timer and papsr
hanger and decorator, reduced prices
for 30 days. Sell wood 2 772 .
Lontractor plastering. brick and
ement work S S Klneeev Mur 18
BOY wants work; delivei lng prefsrrid.'
EVENING work wanted by man;
tor or restaurant.
.1-57 7, Journal,
hi I t A 1 IO. I LMALK
clfi" o jr7' po rtland
PUBLIC laiPLOYMENT BUREAU.
W omen e Dcparinient, City llatU
No Fee Charged.
Reliable, competent help, any lint,
promptly supplied. Olflce, clerks.
sea 111st rchses.
Ma tubal I
CURTAINS hand laundered, repaired.
called for and returned; best refer
ences. I a bur ttii, -
WANTED, any kind of housework Of
care or cnnuren uy tne hour, reua-"
ble. Phone Woodlawn 13H0.
A MARRIED lady would 11 Ke VO do
soni woi k in apt. houser-ror her apt.
Phone lsl ilOO, Apt, 2. - ':
REL1AHLK woni.ui wsnts work by
day or liour Main 624, -f
V'A NTEI Office work by competent.
experiencei i wo man. 1-182, Journal.,
WANTED Any kind of housework.'
25c hour. Phone Main 8086. .
WOMAN wunts work cleaning,
references. Woodlawn o72.
ALL kinds dressmaking, remodeling,
deslKHi'iK. reasonable. Also llisiruv-'
tion ut Ei onoiiiy 1 iressmak lng parlor
and school. 503 liettiim bid Main 8704.
FAS 1 HON A RLE dressmaking. new
ideas, also alterations, al home Of
by day. Woodlawn a.122. .":
KXPERIENCED dressmaker desires
customers at her home, classy work
skirts, dresses, suite Woodlawn 188.
DRESSM A K ER wauls sewing by day,:
ELKCTRIC treatments; your home If
preferred; tralnel nurse, all aUV,
menls. Tabor 2213.
MALK nurse; references given, nrn:
I ,e wis. Broadway 221 . ;
Fl B.MSHKI) ItOOMS
FURNISHF.I) rooms for young men In.;
all parts of the ci.y. also in 1 . c.
A. bidg., especially durable during the
summer; rir-proor, teiepnons in eaen .
room shower baths $1.76 to 4.7 per
week,' inoludlng full association mem
bership privileges, gymnasium, wlrw
mlng pool, hand-ball court, snd many
other Club privileges. Full Informally '
st Y. M C. A. business office or ts's-'
phone Main 7.165 A-6561.
J0TH AND WAbd 1 NQTON til B.
Btrlctlv modern, light, cool rooms, j
$2 to $4 per week; pr 1 1 v fctp baths, Tlr
wV.k THE GARLAND vt-U
MODERN BRICK: oulsble rooms:
respectable; hot water. 25 Trinity St., :
cor, Washington, bet. 19th And 20th,
Everything new and up to data.
For men only.
Tenth end Washington . Main till
ftGDlfitl GlLMlMMWifc oak.ll,Mo'd.l;
I'll. ili r ii'i.'rim- wmV e. '
NEATLY furnished front attic roon'
modern, 2 windows. $1.50 week. 121
$1.60 WKEK. up,
central. 1 e King, 109 Jef. ,
1. t tj : I c 1 J u1 n m a. ass am t lata rrian I i
17 I IVll iilil Ik ft awilin aui svs-a vieom -. wm :
North I6th., cor. Davis.
NICE furnished rooms, lights.
$5 month. 269 Fargo at.
ROOMH AND BOARD
THE HERKKORD. J
73S 787 MOT! HI.
uuiri I.IMUCIIU,! IIVl. . uav. ,.. .
plan Suites Single rooms. Exoeusni .
taoie. main uaus, 1 . .
FIRST class room and board, reason
able; modern conveniences. $22 10th. :
IMOMS AND BOAF.D 72
PaUTATB P AimjT. . .. i '
TWO large desirable rooms with pri
vate family, with or without board,
reasonable. Gentlemen or man ana
wife preferred. East 2110 :
BEAUTIFULLY furnished roomsr
large, light, slry. with board, vary ;
reasonable. 693 E. Ash. E. 3810.
llOI'uL'VtL'IIIVIl' ItbflVttl A'
ow .mam. VlterisristT pnmnl.lft.
iv furnished, steam heat, ruhnltisr
hot and cold water, phone in every.
room; f blocks from tut and Morrison;,
sts.. $18 tip 21 Cotumnts st. cor, 6th.
En suite and single bay windows, ire;
light, phone and bath, $6 to $11 per,
month. Mercedes, 2 (It h and Morrison,
week up. 401 First si.
ree bath, hot, cold water;
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