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THE OREGON DAILY: JOURNAL. PORTLAND, WEDNESDAY, MAY, 10, .1016.
OPENED OFFICES HERE
TO INVITE SETTLERS
Two Large Sawmills in Cen
tral i Oregon .Town Employ
52:1000 Men. . "
POPULATION IS NOW 3000
KUle aU Boatesltea aad Material to
-Employes That The Kay Xetah
t " v lleh Permanent Homes There. -
:.. To handle Its tntereets In Portland,
the Bend company of Bend, Or., hae
opened offices here. Mano Zan, for-
rherly with the sales department of
the Union Oil company, hai been
'.named as the company's representa
tive, and he has opened offices in the
;. The Uend company owns the town
alte of Bend and all of the additions to
the town," according to Mr. Zan. "It
desire to put its property on the mar
ket as rapidly as possible, but it will
-not adopt skyrocketing methods or any
misrepresentation In presenting the
properties for sale or the prices or
promisee of future profits. ,
"An unusual condition now prevails
at Bend. There is a town of 3000 peo
ple there, and 1000 of them are on the
payroll of the two big lumber mill
companies. The Shevlln-Hlxon people
are now operating a sawmill, a sash
I and door factory and a box factory.
Tha Brooks-Scanlan people, who are
also among the principal owners of
the Bend Townslte company, are oper
ating a sawmill, a planing mill, and
within a few weeks will have a box
factory in operation.
"While the capacity 9 of these mills
la large, they have enough timber of
their own to give them work for tba
neat 60 years, running full capacity,
night and day, as at present organ
ised. One company has to bring its
timber but two miles to the mill, the
I other four miles.
The chief cutting Is yellow pine,
for which at the present time there
seems to be an unlimited demand. It
la ahlpped directly eaat of the Rocky
mountains, much of It going to, the far
"The financial interests bank of the
I Bend Townslte company include the
Brooke-Bcanlan lumber people of Min
neapolis, the Muellers of Davenport,
I Iowa, also lumbermen and bankers.
and D. E. Hunter, vice president or
the Central Oregon Bank of Bend. The
company is financing the workmen at
the mills In buying their owrr homes,
permitting them to purchase tha lots,
furnishing them the lumber to build,
and allowing them to take care of both
principal and Interest In monthly pay
1TO FIGHT THE IMPROVEMENT
tark Street Organization Has Been
An opposition organisation to the
Stark Street Improvement association
has been formed to fight the opening
of Stark street through to Lovejoy
street and Cornell road. David M.
Dunne is president and John Latour
ette Is secretary of the temporary
organization, which will be made per
manent at eLjater data Among those
opposing the project are Included the
KVelnhard estate, represented by Paul
JWeaslnger, Mrs. Richard Wilson,
hi lip Lowengart. 4
At a meeting held recently at the
Chamber of Commerce, when the op
ponents or tne plan organised, there
were approximately 90 people present
wo thirds of whom were opposed to
Buildings to Be Enlarged.
Jaccobberger & Smith are drawing
plans for an extension to the original
building of the group structures In
Kullivan's gulch now used by the
oernbecker Manufacturing company.
the entire south front of the building
js to be torn away and an addition
M feet wide and 400 feet long will
maae to tne original building.
To Build Residence.
L. W. Palmer of 582 East Twelfth
treet north, haa taken out a permit
O erect a story and half frame resi-
once at 12;9 East Ash street, to cost
; Building Permits.
T. ' J. MeNamee. resale two atorr frama
veiling, 4l E. Oak st, between B. eta and
. ihts sis.; Daiiaer, 400 . treaton: fion..
Morgan Bushong- Inv. Co., repair eight store
reoroof Tlnfneet mam neat A mtnrtkm mnA lL
fcea. 846 Washington at., between Broadway
Ind Park ata.; bull der, day work) $50.
Iaaiaw 01 n. wemme, repair inree atory or.
nary tares, B0-&3 Broadway, between Oak
d Stark ata.: builder. aiUesbsnbera Co.:
idO. , "
Pearl Ryaa, repair ene story frame dwelling,
48 Boston ave between Lombard, and Baf
lo ata.) smtldsr, same; $60.
If. L.' Bolbrook, repair 1 atory frame eream
y, 111 Burlington st.. between Jersey and
anboe sta.; builder, W. H. Hansen; $100.
Northwest Bteel Co araet na atnr-r frawia
fflee, Sherldaa St., between .; Moody and
r; Duiioer, same; . szuu. - -
! w. Palmer, erect one story frame garage.
. B. Ash st between B. 4 2d and B. 4.td
s.l builder, A. Wymaa; $200.
L, W. Palmer, erect one story frame dwelL.
, 122S B. Ask st between E. 42d Sttd K.
1 era.) oniioer, a. wymaal $4500.
PblUp Ulller, erect one story frame garage,
3 Karl t., between nth and 12th ata.;
tlder. It. MeFarland; $75. v
a. M. Burchi repair one story frame dwell-
. 1007 K. Kellr st.'. between K S3d and to.
ata.J bnUder, same; $300.' .
jOlty Portland., ereef sue atnry "frame
v Mano Zan.
b and B. HHb ate, t ' baUder, a H. Fape;
Uar Rarler'a Latheres ebareb, repair one
tor Iran cbnrch, 421 K. iota et.. between
TE. Grant and K. gberuian ata.; builder. Her.
ota Her; II 00.
JaeoS Kama estate, wreefc on and one bslf
lory frane d we 111m, 2tf . ftUrket at be
tween 2d and M ets.; wrecker, M. O. By-soMa;
aim. u. m. uoiiy, repair one atory Ran
dwelling, 4s b 2th at., .between Fine and i
I dwelling. 2T0 Bham at. between Wniiama
'and Vancouver, area ; balkier, B. C. Selberg;
ivuu. ' "v.
geneol district No, 1. repair twe sory frame
eW.col. Powell at., between B. 45th end K.
46th sts.j builder, Parker and Banfleld; Ills.
School district No, 1, repair twe atory frame
erfaooi. Belmont at., between E. 40th and E.
Both ate.; builder, Parker a: Banfleld; 1275.
scbooi dlatrlet Jk. L repair two story frame
school, B. JSth at., between Umatilla and
Harney ares.; bulkier, Farker Banfleld;
Scbqri ritatrlrt No. I. repair two atnry frame
aeiiool, OOtb are,, between 64th end 06th ate,;
builder, Parker It Banfleld; f!20.
flrbool dlatrlet No. 1, repair two atory frame
ecbool, (Sd at., between Mtb and 68tb area.;
bonder, Parker a BanflaU; $105.1
H-boo! dlalrlrt No, 1. repair two atory frame
acbuol. E, tltb at., between Frederick and
Karl ata.; builder. Parker Banfleld: 1220.
Mebool dlatrlet No. 1. repair two atory frame
ecbool. N. 21t at., between Qtilmby and R
lelRh eta,; bnuder. Parker Banfleld; 1170.
'hool dlttrkrt He. 1. repair two atory frame
ai'bool, 141b at., between Alder and Morrlaoa
at.-, builder. Tarker & Banfleld; $230.
ftrhool dlatrlet No. 1. repair two atory fame
aebool, Wllixift at., between ztm and ZBtn ata.
bullaer. Parker i Ranfield: $J6.
feV-ltool dlatrlet No. I. repair two atory frame
arluwl, K. 20th at., between Powell and FTanfc
lin bta.; builder. Prrr it Bapfteld: $240.
school dlatrlet No. 1. repair two atory frame
ecbool. K. 7th at., between E. "Mejiheot and E.
Harrlaon ata.; builder. Tarker Banfleld;
Ileal Estate Transfers.
Roae City Park Aen. to Tbomaa Gree
ley, U 18. B. 8, Boee City Park... I 10
John MaeKeoale and wf. to E. CMae
Cetlum, U HH. H. IS. A Ibine 10
Rrueat W. Patrick and wf. to Lea M.
Wilson. L. 11. B. 1. Belyn 400
Norte Kkman and wf. to Cbarlea Ol-m-n.
L. 2. B. lai, Boae City Park 1
r I. Thompson to C. K. Bhultla. L. 4t.
4 a. B. 85, Joneamore 10
tanreltmrat t'o. to Wadhama & Kerr
Brn L. 7, B. 2. Lurelhurat I.S.0
11. H. sioan ana wi. to arrey w,
Kiiaw ei af. L. iv. is. zi. r.uena. ... ju
4ruk t'oiirley et al to A (Ida E. Price.
I.. 1. H. "F." rnlton Park
Ida R. voner to Tbereaa A. Stokea,
I.. Xi. 30, B. 11. Tenlnaular Add. No.
- 2. L. S. . 7, 8, B. $7, Penlnaular
Add. No. 3
- M. C. George to Floyd I. Eddy. Tracta
K. 3d. Llsn Park
Albert Fellows and wf. to Peter On his
at al, Li. 8, B. "D," Highland Park..
Laurelhurst Co. to John Borgoyne et
al. U s, B. 8. Lwelburat
ETntat Bru and wf. to Jamee P. TJ-
lor. L. K B. 53. LaureLburet. .
Walter Jeffa to N. B. loa. N. H'L. It.
112. B. 1. Buna fi low Ulaee 1
George RtrounLaud wf. to Fred 8. Wil
lie ma, L. 11, B. 2, Stroud 100
Sheriff to Mark D. Hawea, f. L. 9,
10, B. 4, Irrltifton 1.681
J. K. Bonbrlcbt and wf. to Katherlne
HweuDea, S. 40 ft. U 7. B. 3. Haw
thorne Terrace 2.700
Joseph M. Healy to Ijidd Tlltnn
Bank. L. 7, B. 13, Klnga Becmd Add.
Cfaarlea Koch and wf. to Ralph E.
E. Reed, I. 20. 21. B. 0, Firai Add.
to Writ Portland Park
Vlrtan Simon and bus. to Lettle C. ,
Querry, L. 15, 1. B: 6. Fern Park.. 800 ;
J. H. Naah and wf. to Alfred Grande.
L. 12. B. 2. Woodmere 600 ,
Charles R. IteBurfh and wf. to G. M.
(ioulet. land beflnnlng at point where
K. :tOth at. X H. line of tract to
Jrmes Benl deed bk. "M 883 1.000
Albert N. Durant and wf. to Felix o
Klillnger, N- 3d ft. L. 13, 14. B. 10, !
Sub. of Rirerrlew Add 30 ,
Eaeb Fortler to Freeman Fortler, L. I
8. B. e. Williams Are. Add 10 '.
Realty Aseoetatea of Portland, Or., te I
Harold Mortenaen. I. 3, B. a. Bolgate
Magdaltna Krleger to Phillip Krleger et
al. L. 13, B. 16. Alblna Homeatead. . . 1
Northwestern Trust Co. to Cbarlea C.
Dyer, L. 14. B. 8. Norwalk Heights. 10
Clara B. King and bus. te J. M. Wal
lace, L. 7, B. 10, Lincoln Park Am.. 1
Cynthia M. Tbompaon et al to 8. K. Ar
nold, L. 18. B- 3, Willamette 10
Sarah Crosby to Mand Baton et al, I
11, 12, B. 33, Point View $30
A. C. Masters and wf. to R. U Donald,
8. 40 ft. L. 6, B. 8, Rarenswood Add. 15
Sarah I. Leland to 8. 8. Tbompaon,
lOOzinO ft. in Sec. 10, T. 1 8., R. 8 B. 10
Edwin Thornqulat and wf. to Ids An
derson. L. 2, B. 1, Amboy
Girtrude O. Tan Voorhla te Oeleaby
Youug. L. $, B. 1, Murraymead 1,000
Albert Farley and wf. to O. B. Harder,
U 1, B. 3, Howltt 1.150
Jacob Michel to Lilly Holdea Hohl-
man, i. 4, o. l ieraiuxs bub. ana
Irene Coede and hue. to Leon a White
et al, L. 3. B. 24, Arbor Lodge Add. 1,100
r. K. King and wf. to J. M. Wallace.
portion L. 8, B. 13, Ainaworth Tract. ' 1
George P. Klsmsn and wf. to United '
Building Inf. Co., B. H L. 1, 54. R.
B. 27. E. H L.- 27. 28, 20, B. to,
Portland 8ecurltiea Co. to United Build
ing Inr. Co. L. S, B. 13. Creaton 10
BY MEXICO AND
(Continued From Page One)
ing to throw 7000 additional troops
within striking distance of Mexico.
Obregon lost no time seeking another
conference after President Wilson
ordered out the militia -of Texas, Arl-
sona and New Mexloo. He proposed
that the Americans withdraw and co
operate from their own border with an
equal number of Carransistaa.
Believe Agreement XTear.
This was promptly rejected by Scott
After a two hours conference, the Mex
icans accepted Scott's Invitation to
lunch in his private cSW. The parting
Was friendly. v
Americans feel confident that an
agreement may possibly be reached
this afternoon. Obregon and Scott are
not underestimating the danger of an
explosion which diplomatie negotlationa
could not repair. They are disposing
of their military forces so as to avoid
a clash between Carranzistas and h
soldiers of the American expedition.
U. S. Takes No Chances.
Washington, May 10. (U. P.) The
administration will take no chances on
Carranxa. This is the inner eltrnlfi
cance of the move In rushing militia
and additional Infantry to the border.
Supplementary orders last night dis
patched 11 coast artillery companies
end 6 fields batteries to San Antonio,
While officials assume that Car
ranxa is acting -in good faith they ad
mit that his attitude is surprising in
view of his making a demand for a
time limit on the presence of Amari
can soldiers in Mexico after President
Wilson had informally approved the
agreemept which Generals Scott and
Obregon reached several days ago. Of
ficials say that the situation ha been
tnade mora grave by Carranaa'g tac
ttca The administration supposed the
agreement to be practically in effect
but Carranxa, has not yet approved it
so far as haa been officially reported.
Reinforcing of the border trooDS is
expected to prevent further raids, per- !
Beaatirul adott plush or
broadcloth casket. . em
balming, outside box, I
bearae, two autea ana
Funerals if desired fas
$20. $40. $90.
Higher priced funer
als is proportion. . v
We siaasfactare eaakets.
Lady aasUtant. Beantlfol funeral chapel.
MILLER & TRACEY
Independent Funeral Directors.
Washington at BUa St. beL ?0ti nd fist)
West Bide. . , ;k.j . . MaV2C8LT 1-f 8sX
m w av sal
suade General Obregon to abandon his
tiro limit - demands? and put a atop
to plotting ton-the- American aid of
tba line. Officials discounted the pos.
aibllltjr of tthis move inflaming the
Tba administration believes that
tbts reinforcement will tend to pre
vent Intervention. It la evMent also
that the admlnlstratlonbaa reached a
Point whereat la notTncJlned to tem-
Poriae much further, but la still pti
nuaue regarUDg tne ruture. it aoea
not regard the Scett-Obregon infer
ence altuatlqin as hopeless.
Mexico See Peacefnl End.
Mexico C9ty. May 10. (U. P.)
Btrona; optimism for a satisfactory
outcome of c -ttie conferences between
Oeoerals Scott ard Ob re go n waa mani
fest here today, despite early Indica
tions that there would be friction. It
was understood that the final agree
ment would provide for withdrawal of
American troops and a joint patrol of
the international boundary.
Provisional President Carranra will
lnslet that Mexican troops receive the
reciprocal privilege of crossing the
border in pursuit of bandits who may
raid Mexico from the American side.
Americans Quit Mazatlan.
Vashingtoh, May 10. (U. P.)
Twenty-three Americans from Maaat-
lan and C from Manzanlllo have
started north or the steamer San Jua.n,
tne state'aepartment announced today.
California Guard Recruits. s
Los Angeles, May 101 (U. P.)
Colonel C. O. Scbrieber, commander of
the Seventh regiment, C. N. Q., stated
today that his regiment Is recruited
to witnm live men oc the limit In
every company. Personal equipment,
be declared, I of the latest army pat
tern. The regiment lacks complete
transport facilities, however.
Pasadena Company Recruita.
Pasadena, Cal., Mdy 10. (U, P.)
Officers of company I, Seventh regi
nient, California National Guard, to
day began recruiting their force up to
Auto Corps to Leave.
Loa Angeles, Cal., May 10. (U. P.)
Cftelr equipment being packed aboard
an army motortruck today, a company
' of the Los Angeles automobile re
serve corps will leave tonight for El
! Paso, under eonjrnand of Lieutenant L.
i f. Clark, it was learned here.
Following a hurry summons' reoeived
! last night from Major Elliot, depot
quartermaster, U. S. A.. 25 volunteers
will cross tine desert between the bor-
der and this.icity in one of thefeaerve
Twenty-five men are already serving
ii m ,t,
Parrot on Sumner
Street Has Gone!
Where, Is Question
Out around 120 East Sumner
street quietude again reigns
and the neighbors are all won-
derlng what has become of the 1.
pretty Poll-parrot that trilled,
: talked. Whistled and sang. igf
tk Sometimes the bird got on
somebody's nerves but most He
of the time she provided
amusement for children and
grownups alike. And most of
them now miss her.
Excepting those who are
acquainted with Mrs. L. V.
Wilson, former owner of Polly,
few know the bird's fate. It 4$f
may be that a cat got her, or im
possibly she was stolen, or
but there's no use for specula- A
tiens, because the whole thing ijt
is explained In the next line,
Polly has a new home. In
other words, a Journal want ad
found a buyer just about an
hour after the paper carrying
the ad wag on the street. Polly
fhas been sold and now Sumner
! street can cease "guessing" 0
about Polly and also about the
best place to advertise.
ftO L MAN
TKZSO A2TO 8AUIOS STSXXTB.
AXjr 507, A.1S1L
Okeiee Teaaa ef BlO.ooo aad Tjp
Oa Improved Business Property
Cor for Improvement Purposes).
J. P. XiEPSCOMB,
843 Stark Street.
Two improved quarter blocks, part
trade if desired, by owner.
. T-o45, JOURNAL
ai Stars Sta.
Fearey Brothers, Inc.
80S Oakum BXdgM Portland. Or.
$300 Upwards at 6-7-8
Oregon Investment et Mortgage Co.
Offices 803-4. 179 3d It .
Mortgage Company for America -Boom
S3, Alssworth Bldg.
Phone Main 684L Portua. Or.
AUCTION - BALES TOMORROWj
AT Baker's Asction House Furniture
and rugs of private home, to be sold
at auction s nv, ' nursoay. 5-i$$
f Oa City and
L A.t kls " a-menat at
hltfA Uartmaa L The
SAIARITAN Lodge No. 2,
I. O. O. P. Regular meet-
2ifi ing Wednesday, at 8 P. M,
- -t I. O. O. P. Temnle. 22$
Alder street. Second degree, visitors
WM. LlMtt.UA I H.K, Si. Vjr.
R. Q3VOLD. Sec'y.
REGULAR meeting this
E. 6th and Alder. Visit
ors cordially invited.
E. A. SHARON, N. O.
W. W. TKRRT. Sec.
SUNNYSIDK LODGK, Na
163, A. P. and A. M.
Stated communication Thurs
day night. Visitors welcome.
Order of W. M.
K. M. LANCK. Secretary. -
DANCE tor Roue Featival queen. For
esters of America, Foresters' hall,
129 4th et. Prise waltg. 28c per couple.
EMBLEM jewelry a specialty, buttons,
pins, charms. Jaeger Bros., 181-3 th.
VI T - JE1 W 1 4 -1 t
legal, Ellzatwtli Shearer, Michigan are. and
Kiemoot at., legal.
Paul Clemens Welter Fischer, 899 Baldwin
at., legal, Elaa Clara Petsold, 899 Baldwin
Dauiel Patrick Hogan, (C9 E. 15th St. N..
legal, Agnea A. Aibera, 374 E. 12th at. N.,
U. T. McCaekle. Florence, Or., legal, .Jane
E. Ilellman 64 B. 38th at. N.. legal.
Uoarge N. White, S00 Vaughn at., legal,
Delia Hall, 811 Montgomery at, legal.
Franklin Lee Marsh, 1815 Klickitat at.,
legal, Gladys Floy Binkley, 730 Raleigh at.
Uorge A. Wood, Busbmark hotel, legal.
Bertha Danben. Busbmark hotel, legal.
Ir. J. A. Van Brakle, Oregon City, Or.,
legal. Bern lee Haines. 992 EL Aukeny at, la
al. .lohn H. Lehmen. 555 E. 20th at., legal,
Emily Florence Krikoo, 555 E 20th at., legal.
Percy Henry Wllaou. 74H E. 12th at. N..
legal, Mabel Edna Orion. 740 E. Salmon au.
UV, G, Smith & Co.ffdif eJS?
Third floor Morgan Bldig.
JuKciStj suiia sold or rented, low prices,
, latest styles, all sixes; we buy dress
suits. Bare'l s Misfit Cloth. Store, 61 3d
WttstJ suits for rent, all sizes. Unique
Tallortng Co., 809 Stark st
EULER To Mr. and Mrs. Harry M. Baler. 096
E. 5Utb et. N., May 8, aon. .
BRA UN To Mr. and Mra. Carl Braim, Capitol
, Hill. May 2. a daughter.
OlLXi io Mr
ILL -To Mr. and Mrs. Lester E. Bill 123Sfa.8 ranges included; full lot; $700 be
Omaha aye., May a daughter fow cost. will take auto or good lot
HILL To Mr. and Mrs. Claude 0. HU1. 440
t. 44th at. N., May S, a aon. .
CHURCH To Mr. and Mra. Wllmot Cburcb,
14. Stanton at.. May 1, a aoo.
THGESEN To Mr. and Mra. Hana Thorsen,
l-3f Montana are.. May 1, a son. .
FULLER To Mr. and Mrs. Claude E. Fuller,
125 14th St., May 2, a son.
BROWN lo Mr. and Mra. Adolph Brown,
860 14 Hawthorne ave., April 27, a daughter.
DEATHS AND FUNERALS 73
EM RICH In this city, May , Roaa Bmrlrh,
aged 49 yeara 8 months 7 days; mother of
G. and L. Emrich, sifter of Mxa. H. Simon,
George and Louis Miller and Anton Mlll-r
of Alaaka. The funeral Services will be held
at the chapel of F. S. Dunning, East Side
Funeral Directors, 2:30 p. m., Friday. May
12. Frienda Inrlted. The deceased waa a
member of Germanla lodge. O. 1). H. S., and
8ellwood Rebekah and Eureka cotlucll K. A L.
of S. Interment Rose City cemetery.
Z1LLINUKK In This city. May 9. at the fain
tly residence. 713 Dirlsion street. John O.
Klillnger, sged-52 years e montha and 2f daya,
husband of Mra. E. H. Zllllnger, and father of
Caroline H. Zllllnger. Funeral aerrlces will
be held at the cbspel of F. 8. Dunning, Inc.,
Last Side funeral directors, 414 East Alder
stieet. at 2:30 p. m., Thursday, May 11.
Frienda tsTlted. Interment Multnomah ceme
kKRIMAN in thla city, May 10. Mary M.
Merlman, '209 Qrand avenue north, azed 04
yeara 3 months 24 daya Member o Columbia
Bebecca lodge No. 2, belored wife of John B.
Merlman. mother of Mra. Harriet A Sherman,
Announcement of funeral later. Galeaburg, 111
Inols. and Maaalllon, Ohio,- papers please copy.
ABLSTKOM In thU city. May 6. Mra K. (i.
Ahlstrom. age 82 rears: at the reaidenca of
her eon, Charles G. Ahlstrom, of 807 Eaat
21st at. Announcement of funeral later by
the Erlcaon Undertaking company.
HELOT In this city, Msy 10. Henry Beldt,
seed 24 years. Kematna at parlors of Miller
A Tracey. Washington at Ella.
BIChNELL Ellxa J. Bicknell, 181 K. 82d at
May 6, 76 years, renal calculus.
HORTON Lloyd Horton, Good Samaritan hos
pital. May 0, 23 years. Infectious meningitis.
VALEN Andy Valen, Good Samaritan hos
pital. May 4, 38 years, accidental crashing
in logging camp.
TBENT Francis P. Trent 812 8d at. May ,
40 years, aortic regurgitation.
MASON Frank B. Mason, Good Samaritan
hospital. May S, 48 yeara, chronic parenchy
LOEB Adam Loeb, 431 Benton St.. May 8,
73 years, angina pectoris.
HA BLOW Clestla Harlow, 4811 71st at 8.
E., May T, 78 years, cerebral hemorrhage.
WHITE Addle T. White. King Daria Apta,
May 7, 58 yeara, eryslpelaa.
HUPEER July A. Hutter, 1068 18th at
May g, 74 yesrs. looar pneumonia.
MARTIN ex FUKBhS CO.. riorists, HI
Wash. Main 269, A-1269. Flowers
for all occasions artistically arranged.
ClARKE BROS., florist, iS7 Morrison
st Main or A-1805. Fine flowers
and floral designs; No branch stores.
TONSETH FLORAL CO.. 286 WasU.,
bet4th and 5th. ' Main E102, A-llOj.
OUNSON FLORAL CO., 7e$
MAIN 6114; wreaths, pillows, $3 up.
Sprays 91 ,up. Chappells.847 Morrison
MAX M SMITH, fionst. 141H titli t.
Years of 'Experience Enables
This Firm to Give YOU
This modern establishment
with Its conveniences, includ
ing a secluded driveway, in
sures absolute privacy, caus-
ing in po way a departure
rom an established policy of
Expeneuced Woman Attendant
J. P. Finley & Son
Montgomery at Fifth.
M iin . A-16V9.
F. S. Dunning, Inc.
East Side Funeral Directors, 414 E.
Alder SU Phone East 62. B-2$i6.
a. D. K.t-is w uk i n i tu
Tabor 5261; 580i u Lents. Tabor
f85: 6tith st. and Foster road.. Arista
IP. L LIE
Undertaker. Uasi iliu nd Haw
thorne. E. 781. ft-1888. Lady assistant
Dunning & McEnteemvrn a;
every uetail. Broadway and pine sta,
B roa d way 430, A-4as. Lady assistant.
Walter C. KenwGi
1832-1584 E. 13th. Sellwood 11. B-llSg.
MILLER ac IKACHii, inuepenuent fu
neral . directors. Prices low as $30,
$40, 80, waa.t. at ttna. m. zsan, a-is.
a r-i -7.11 f ska W 111IM.11.H
Ai n. z.eiiar VUtEaat ,os. c-io$r
Laay attendant, ua
uay and nmnt service.
COM vlK"luUi UNA. PkLa.
LlllwUll M. 6133 A-2?35. 446 Morr.
BREEZE et SNOOK. B-1252. T. 126a
luze Belmont, at 34ti .idy attendant
R. T. Byrnes S'iTiV
"East 80th and Glisan. Fu
neral services. Tabor 431$.
OICVACO Undertaking Co. Main 4151
OrvLVVCO A-232L Cor. 3d and Clay.
Formerly of Santa Barbara, Cal.,
now a member ofour firm.
. ; Funeral Directors -
Killlngsworth Ave..'at Kerby St.
Phones; Woodlawn 330o, C-1183
PORTLAND MARBLE! WKS 264-268
4th st.' PP. city baa Mala 64.
Fntnn ni ft sans, rormemornn
ilr-2fe7-3wc ax cop. hadis'SnI
FOB SALE HOUSES 61
I AAr COMplELLfirispose of my
nearly new t room Dungaiow, all
block from Peninsula park on Missis-
sippi ave. it you nave a utu money s
I will surprise you in price. Would '
take auto as - ursi payment, croaa
Acre and Bungalow
My new .cottage, close to Portland,
lights, water, terms like rent Call at
600 Concord bldg.
ON THIS PENINSULA.
2 lots. 3 room shack, on Amhurst,
near Portsmouth, $130. Street Im
provements in and paid for and in
cluded in price, $5S0, and this does
not mean $549.99, as the property is
certainly worth $1000. Fred w: Ger
man Co., 732 Chamber of Com.
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. Kklund.
318 Henry hide:. Main 681$.
$760 buys corner lot and 8 room cot
tase, plastered, corner of Concord.
This property in ordinary times should
brine; $1600; terms 'A cash. Photo at
office of Fred W. German Co, 733
Chamber of Commerce.
BUILD now, we will finance and build
your home complete, save the mid
dleman's profit; we do It with our
complete organisation; call for free
book "Homes." 1330 Northwestern
Bank building. Oregon Home Bulld-
ers. Oliver K, Jeffery, president
7 ROOM bungklow; restricted district
near car; hex water neav, iirepiace.
as first payment.
Main 1940. 430
MUaT sell my $2600 home for $210u;
house 1 year old, 6 rooms, modern,
fireplace, tull basement, lot $0x100.
Mt Tabor district excellent vlaw, on
t2d St.. near Glisan, 1 block to car.
Phone Broadway 1658.
FORCED to sell my $95o equity for
$150. House 2 years old. cost $3300. I
has 6 rooms, full basement. Dutch
kitchen, breakfast room, built In buf
fet large attic. Piedmont district Mr.
Hageman, Broadway 1858
FOR THE NEWLY WEDS.
$750 for neat 3 room cottage, beam
ceiling, e-lectrio lights, garage, nice
lawn, $100 cash, balance monthly.
Photo at office of Fred W. German Co.,
732 Chamber of Commerce.
" MUST SELL THIS WEEK.
5 room house and lot. 34 th and Bel
mont, Sunnyside; business or apart
ment site; make me a cash offer and
take It 70 6th st
10 ROOMS, close in. $376. Income $44.
The use of 2 rooms, rent $25. 8 min
utes' walk to postofflce. $10 cash,
balance to suit Fred W. German-Co.,
712 Cham, of Com. . - . . :
HAWTHORNE district 5 room modern
bungalow, double construction, large
lot, sacrifice If taken at .once. Tabor
xnIVERSITY. Park, hew 6 room buiv
galow, between Lombard st and Co
lumbia university. 1544 Jordan Et
$690 WILL buy 4 room ceiled house
on 60x1007s use of 100x100. on 78th
easy terms. Phone Broad-
160 CASH. $15 MONTHLY.
7 room plastered bungalow. St Johns
line, $1600. A real snap. Fred W.
German Co., 73! Cham, of Com. "
NEW bungalow just completed,- 1214
Rodney ave Piedmont by owner.
MY beautiful home, ail furnished,
Richmond district; only $30i0. Wi
McKay bldg. e
ROSE City, new designed bungalow,
block north Sandy blvd. 643 E. 68th.
to be sold, a bargain. Owner.
LARGE 7 room house, full lot will
take small house as part payment,
balance terms. 664 Vancouver ave.
FORCED SALE My $llo0 equity in
modern bungalow, $250 cash or
trade. Marshall 1298.'
MODERN 6 room house: paved st, car
line. fruit; bargain. 1068 E. 30th. N.
FOR SALE LOTS
MAKE the lot pay you an income, we
can do it for you; our system of financing-,
building, renting and selling
and outting out tne middleman's profit
assures of satisfaction. Results guar
anteed In writing; get book on
"Homes" free no charge for advice.
1330 Northwestern Bank building. The
Oregon Home Builders, Oliver K. Jet
2U0 BEAUX! UL, lota in Mllwaukie; 6c
car fare; light gas and water; $20
cash and $10 per month. H. G. Stark
Weather. Risley station. Phone Oak
GREAT bargain, 4 lots. $500; 5 lota,
. $1750; improvements paid. Irving
ton. Splendid locations. East 273. W.
TWO lots. 52d st and 62d ave.. sell
cheap, easy terms or will build to
suit purchaser. Marshall 2569.
CORNER lot 100x167 ft. southeast
facUig. beautifully located; restrict-
ea ami-, improvements an in. J&. 7083.
FINE resident lot, Mt. Tabor district
$460. $10 ess
u, to mommy,
J. C. CORBIN
CO., LEWIS BLDG.
COUNTRY HOME SITE
20 acres in Tigard costing $12,000
for sale for $80i0. All cleared, barn.
2 wells, chicken house, 2 acres fine
family orchard. Well fenced. On
main road 2 miles from pavement.
Grand view. Two blocks from school,
store, churches, etc Owner carrying
too much property, is forced to sell.
See U A. Mathisen. 1025 Yeon bid;.'.
Main 1002. v
CHOICE BOTTOM LAND CHEAP.
13 acres, under 40 miles from Port
land, handy to station, good Toad
about $ acres bottom land, with small
stream, balance warm south slope;
price $460, easy terms. G. Wynn Wil
son, 316 Chamber of Commerce.
Gibson Half Acres
Good soiL city water, close to c
line easy term's: will build to suit pur- L
chaser. Phone Marshall 168$ or Sell-1
wood 476. John H. Gibson, owner.
40 ACRES $1400.
On macadam road, fine soil, only 35
miles from Portland. Can be bought on
AKERSON. GOOCH CO..
605 Stock Exchange bldg.
CHICKEN, FRUIT GARDEN ranches
near Potland, 2, 6. 10 acre tracts,
best soil, good roads, near electric, $66
to 8200 per acre, easy terms. MeFar
land 309 Yeon bldg., Portland.
: 20 ACRES $400.
$1 fare from Portland, close school,
station; several tracts with running
water: $20 cash, balance easy. Claude
Cole, 300 Henry bldg.
SACRIFICE 120 , acrea' lake shore,
' Harney valley, on new railroad. -. 212
Grand ave. Phone East 3365.
ACRE tracts on car line, near city;
paved -road; f easn. 8b per month.
in 1. ' owner, ei 1 vuamoar oc v-"m.
$20 per acre; $S0 down and $10 pe
month buys SO acres of good land,
tfree from rock or gravel. Between
Portland and Astoria, In Cowllts Co
jz miles trom tne coiumoia river,
t Fine location for dairy or poultry
ramtb, running water.
4 S acres $250, $10 down, $t per month
duvs acres of land Detwees
Portland and Centralia, oa the main
line: of three railroads, ltt miles
from a town of 800 population, saw
mills and shingle mills. Some of this
land Is partly cleared, running streams.
Some bottom and some bench. Can
give you any kind of piece you want
IS acres near Astoria, partly cleared,
spring on it. xnis auso lies i
from tha railroad town of KnaP-
Pa, near Astoria, $460. at $20 down and
! $10 i per month. 1
S and 10 acre tracts at Clatakanie,
Clatskanle lies half way between Port-
land and Astoria, Clatakanie hi
Population of 1000, a cheeae rsciory.
wy r . .
from the town; from $35 to $M per
acre; $2 per acre down and $1 per
acre per month. I also have other land
in different locations. Come in and
BKLL REAL ESTATE! CO.,
318 Railway Exchange bldg.
Oswego Lake Sacrifice
Front row acre, splendid trees, close
to the station; will make a bargain
price if you have $100. Q-772. Journal.
4tt ACRES WITH HOUSE.
On new hard surfaced Base Line
road, about 7 miles from city, $ room
house, large porch, good well, 2 acrej
berries, young orchard, 1 block to
etectrio station; will sell cheap and
SNAP FOR CHICKEN RANCH OR
1 acre or less. In city limits, 4 blks.
from car. 6c fare, t room house,
Nearly new . 6 room house, near
Greuham, 1 acre or less, at sacrifice
sale, easy terms.
UMBDENSTOCK & LARSON CO.,
Bdwy, 1658 80$ Oak st
FOR SALE FARMS
ALL FOR $900.
80 acres In Clarke county. Wash.
8 miles from Yacolt; 4 room house,
barn 24x48. 3 acres cleared, 400,000
ft timber, plenty of springs and
creeks; goodr team and wagon, plow,
harrow, cultivators and sawa and ail
kinds of other small tools, some chick
ens; all household goods. You will
have vto hurry to get this one. Fred
W. German Co., 732 Cham, of Com.
BUY FIVE ACRES and plant part In
loganberries. They thrive in Oregon
andcan be profitably raised for Juice
or for drying. We have cleared oench
and: bottom lands, one mile to good
valley railroad town; finest soli, creeks
sf.hnofs. Vive acres with houM. $25
ana 1 springs; good roads; employment;
down. $10 month; unimproved lands at
less. Let us show you. J. R. Sharp,
83 id et., room 5i7. portiano, ur.
12 V4 ACRES. $3500; good house, fair
outbuildings, 7 acres in orop, gar
den and small fruits; -mile from
railway station, 3 churches, grade and
high schools; $1000 down, balance in
10 equal yearly payments at 6 per cent
Write' or call at once, C. M. Reeu.
Amity., Or. "
SACRIFICE, 40 acres, improved and
equipped: small town close; not far
rrom Portland; owner xorcea to sell.
Price cut to $2400.
A. Ki HILL. 419 Henry bids-.
A DAIRYand stock farm, $2800, near
Sheridan; $1000 worth ef timber;
well located. A splendid investment
$1300 cash. Claude Cole. $00 Henry
I bldg. .
PRUNES pay big. I have 30 acrea
Must sell Adjoins city. High school,
fine' soil arid lmprovementa. Full par-.
tlcolars Owner, Box 187. Riddle. Or.
$50 ACRE. Willamette valley.
80 acres; rich, level land, improved,
A. K. HILL, 419 Henry bldg.
FOR RENT FARMS 11
FOR RENT OR SALE acres with 6
room house, all In cultivation, rent
$5 month. 73d. Mt Scott Owner, 604
E. Clay et.
FINE 6 acre home, close to Portland,
rent reasonable, all cultivated, some
fruit, good water, close to Sandy road.
Neat Brown. 209 Panama bldg.
FARMS WANTED 38
RENT J3R BUY
WANTED farm In Willamette valley
up to $50,000; have first class Port
Also want farm up to $10,000; have
Portland income as part payment
Owners only. 413 McKay bldg.
WILL pay cash for small retail dairy
with route. Must be neat; room for
about four cows. T-642, Journal.
FOUR homesteads, t miles from-town,
level, good coll, no rock, climate
ideal, water 10 feet from surface In
abundance. Information box 64. La
Pine, Or. .
THREE good homesteads in Deschutes
valley; land lays good, olose to
water ana town; neignnera close-party
now irom mere oaa pnoios. en hi
THREE good relinquishments to
gether, 60 miles south, cabins, fur
niture, tools, etc, creeks, outrange,
HAVE 20.000,000 feet well located tim
ber; will exchange all or part; might
assume If property suited. F. D.
Huelat. 917 Parkslde Drive.
K1CH ANGEREAL ESTATE gl
FARM of 10 acres.S room house, large
barn, puapp house, feed mill, 100 6
yearold orebard trees, old orchard for
i am 11 y use.-iana ail in cultivation and
No. 1 soil. Want a small place close
in. Phone Sellwood 1841.
I WANT houseon Hawthorne, Bel
mont or Sandy boulevard. Have fine
lot clear, value $800. Will assume or
make improvements. (B. N.) Dorr E.
Keaaey 6t Co., 232 Chamber of Com
RESIDENCE property for
Onocery or second hand .business.
5 room cottage for improved land.
City income for improved farm,
EWgN. 81 2 Panama bldg.
8 ACRES, modern 9 room house, at
electric depot; hotel opportunity; vi
cinity Portland. Cash vatue $2000.
Want city residence.
A. K. HILL. 419 Henry bldg.
265 ACRES near The Dalles. Well Im
proved. Crop; 20 acres alfalfa: school
jand station on land: $16,000. Will take
clbar property to $8000, balance terma.
uiauns ioie, auu xienry piag.
HAVE $2000 first mortgage 8 per cent
and eiear lot hardsurface streets;
value, $1300. Want house to $4600.
(B. r. Dorr E. Keasey & Co $32
Chamber of Commerce.
WHAT have you to offer for 6 room
house and 2 lots in 'Shawnee Ok la.:
value $1600. Call Tabor 6472 or write
1 HAVE 6 acres of garden land and
1 city lot Velaseo. Texas., value
$5001 will trade for anything. Call
Tabor 6473, or write S-771, Journal.
160 ACRES; rich, Jevel land; all in
' crop. Price . $ 26, OvO clear. -Want in
come city property. i
A. K. HiLL.19 Hery nldg.
TWO 4 roornl rnodern houses and lota
: Cash price $3200. Clear. WilLtake
land.toaame value. Claude Cole. 200
FOR, SALE. 80 acres, in Crookcountv:
- price $2000; will consider exchange.
FWhat have you. phone Main 4766.
WANT.It nrooertv or land for m
drug storein live town on Columbia
nver, win assume. , t titwig niog
EXCHANGE Idaho acreage for. Port
land lots or acreage, aenwood 11X2,
EXCHANGE REAL ESTATE 24
' . -- - - - lOOBttaixat . -- - ' ; - j
FOR trade orvsale, 18( acres, all lev
eled land, ft mile from from grow
In ar railroad town, on good state road.
100 Acres in crop, all kinds of fruit,
with moderate buildings ' and good
water. Sell part or all on easy terms,
or trade for small farm or city prop
erty. Address U.-F. Mitchell, Junction
City. Or. -
60 ACRES BANKS, OREGON. .
Part cleared, good buildings, imple
ments, S miles from station, good
place, some hogs and chickens; price
$3000. No .mortgage on this; want
free and clear hwuse; what have you?
Jacob 'Haas. Pekum bid g. ;
WANTED HEAL ESTATE St
WE WILL. SKU,
OR LOAN MONEY ON YOUR LOT.
J. C. CORBIM CO.. LEWIS BLDQ.
Chance of a Lifetime
11 roomed house, few minutes walk
from tjke postofflce; good money
maker; cheap rent for $2o9.
SEE HALL, 612-18 PANAMA ULTXJ.
16 LOVELY rooms, a good living,
modern house, walking distance, a
fin Tltara tn llVJk na iUan " ..an
l-De. 1 must sell at bargain. Main 5785.
11 ROOMS First class furniture, 6
minutes I rom postofflce. W-766,
20 ROOM housekeeping apt; nloely
furnished; all rented; bargain; cash
and term Marshall 397.
ROOMING house for sale cheap by
owner. 304 H 4 th St.
9 ROOMS, all housekeeping, rent 25.
BUSINESS OPrORTTJNiTlKS 20
I'll Prove It to You
that thla is the beet buy in the city.
Grocery and delicatessen; living
rooms; new stock, good fixtures, prom
inent corner, close in. rheap rent;
Worth $1200, for $760. part cash, bal
ance trade vr term
BEE HALL. El 2-13 PANAMA BLDG.
WANTED A eteady man to work in
a solid business as partner; want
you to tend the store, also some out
side 'Work; can make $100 month now.
which can be Increased and a very
small investment is required. Call
room in Morgan cidg.
HAVE a fully equipped launch build
Ing plant on the coast for sale at a
bargain. Good opening for a first class
boat builder. Terms on pxrt Come in
and get particular a Neai Brown, 209
CIGAR AND BOOTBLACK" STANT)
Heart of west side: rent $20; doing
fine business; place will invoice $790.
Am going to war, so will give away
for SIS 6.
See Peters. IB N. Bth et.
Some Class to This
Investigate this high echo! lunch.
doing large business. Dandy home.
uving rooms, natn, iiietlrae location.
PARTNER wanted to-help in auto
mobile business; can't depend on
hited help; owner will guarantee good
profits to energetic man: requires very
small Investment Call room 329 Mor-
IS there a live wire in this man s
town that is willing to invest $200 In
a paying manufacturing business? If
so. see me at once. Mlllerehlp. 724
Chamber of Commerce.
WANT to meet responsible party with
$500 ready to back ma in a hich
class amusement proposition; double
our money tms summer: no competi
Ion. F-686, Journal.
When you can trade-or buy from
7!4 Chamber of Commerce.
FOR sale or trade, a modern up-to-
date creetons auto popcorn wagon
For price, terms, etc., address II, 20th
ana a. St., uirvauis, ir,
WANTED Partners with $2000 in
wholesale produce business. Good
salary with one-half of profits to
ngnt party. journal.
FOR SALE by owner, poolroom doing
good pusiness: Dest oargain in city.
Don't buy vntil you see this. 1019
union avenue is
BUTTER, ergs, light groceries, etc.
a small cash etore for sale chean:
pay (20 week ana can ne increased.
Call room Ban Morgan Didg.
WANTED Novelties for mail order
business: suitable for home, office
or mechanics. Send descriptive mat-
ter. P. o. mox 609. Bta. J, Los wngeies
FREE RENT FOR 14 MONTHS.
$800 grocery with 6 furnished liv
ing rooms, piano, bath: located on car-
line. Masters, $07 Plttock block.
BEFORE you buy see what I have for
your money m stores and hotels.
MASTER8, 607 Pittock Blk.
$400 clear lot and $300 cash for
pass auto. MUlersblp. 724 Chamber
IF looking for a business of any kind
call and see my list Neai Brown,
zo? Panama Diog.
FOR SALE One saw mill and 20.000.
000 feet of timber. Address Dupay
Lumber Co., Butte Falls, Ore.
BARBER SHOP Good two chair shop
at a bargain for quick sale.
N. 3d st,
PARTNER for established paying
business; man more than money.
Millershlp. 724 Chamber of Commerce.
FOR SALE OR TRADE Motion plo
ture equipment in good condition.
RESTAURANT and ice cream, A-l lo
cation, good place for man and wife.
Owner. BZ7 E. Division st.
BAKERY tor rent, fully equipped, 30
FINE stamps, hinges, albums, e$o., $
a. m.-6 p. m. Columbia Stamp Co, 94
North 16th st. Main 7680.
Rose City Printing Co
xniro st., cor -rayior.
PARTNER for a farm,
here. 241 Couch st.
PLUMBING shop for sale.
voice stock. 6337 Foster Road
RESTAURANT cheap with S living
room a. rent $9. 668 Hood st
$4500 EQUITY In 20 acre tract elose
to -Vancouver; trade for grocery or
aardware preferably; also $5000 gen
eral stock with bldg., to trade for in
coms property. N-735, Journal.
MONEY TO LOAN
CITY LOANS. 6. IV, AND 7..
FARM LOANS, 7. ANY AMOUNT,
GEO.,E. WAGGONER & CO-
) s'js reon niog.
ttOiLulfti loan en city ana suourban
property; .money advanced as work
progresses. ' W O. Beck, 316 Falling
oldg. Main $407. f -
ivu.uuw ON mortgages, city or farm
property, fire Insurancs. McKengle
II Co.. Gerllnger bldar. td and Alder
For immediate loans at 7 and $.
BOIP REALTY CO., LEWIS BLDG.
di pain for mortgages, notes, con
tracts mortgage loans; reasonable
rates, r, ii. Lewis. 4 Lewis pidg.
atiiAa.) 'in Loam in amounts of $lt'
te foiwe on city property. A. it.
Hell xnt ernnser ning
uivfci i ioa.u ou improved city, farm
property. i. y;. Kinw. us spaMina
tluwu wf to owv tu loan on city at
farm property. Tabor 409.
$wy . . tH, tavu. $1sm.
4U.VOU Mlt WVv fAltttlAtjl'O.N.
4tn mi. Board ef TrWs Hide
a.a, u fcniau luanawtuataiiuieai tuaus
t Tel wm-si or ton to., sen Yeon bide;.
PRIVATE money to loan, city or farm
security; $1000. 430 Worcester bldg.
auiituAti& twana. b to Ifc. Oreaon
Inv A Mortitiine Co.. 17S 3d at.
tn.iUAViXUAM, t ana . Louis
Salomon :o.. $on Oak et. near 6th
iiuiNti 10 loan, to 8. W, H, Seiu
s W ev s7v4uiup vmsi '
MONEY TO LOAIt
lOon tinned V
OUR l$ita.Umnt pieUt xm th bct &a
w u van v uivuioa ai uavinsT m. i(aa.n. -
!!??' fr Mntb for 86 months, or
$21.24 for $0 montha, or ;
$16.17 for 96 months oars a 8I000
loan and tntoraat
v;tner araounu in proportion.
"w.. a on improved city property
EQUITABLE Eva's & LOAN ASBN
is cBr oi., r-ortiann, Oregon.
LET Lh MAKR viniu I 11 pc
I 00 13000 i
11400.. ...... .8 $$000i......t7.
NEILAN A PARKHILL, t
80$ Stock Exchange bids, ,
3d and Yamhill
YOU can borrow money at headauar-
tera on imnroveit-h.u.1 ..t.i. u-m
us. Oregon Home Builders, 1380 North
western Bank Building. Oliver K. Jef-
PORTLAND PROPERTY OR VaUX?
Make low ratea nn ciwirt aniirl
H. L ARCHER. 404 Northetaalarn
Rank Bids-. N
MONEY TO LOAN ' ;.J7
MUatULD LHA il lSUl, V p V .
MOnev to loan tO salaried until. mA
others on furniture, nlanna. mntoe.
cycles, automobiles, diamonds ete. at
laical rates, with easy terms of pay.
ment; no delay. Licensed by state.
011 1 lesnm 01 i a
DIAMONDS bought and sold. Main fST?
t ii.vuu H.L iyoi eia.oou at $; $40,000
at 6; and other amounts. The Ore
gon Home Builders. 1830 N. -W. Ren
,1e?2iWBSTJ. ortas;; will seli for
IlSflA' irrinil naiii ) t A.jai. ami
WANT a loan of $1600 on Improved
farm, new 6 room house, good barn,
etc.. will pay 8. 413 McKay bldg.-
1 r.u 10 oorrow aoo for 1 year,
good security; will pay 10, T-643I
Journal. . ,
1st "and 2d mortgages purchased : also
sellers interest In contracts. Or. and
... Muiimri tncn pin V.
C H A TTBL MORTGAGES PUR- '
liKLP WANTED MALE 1 i
PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT BUBJDAuv'
U. S. Government Employment Off to
' WANTED TODAY: .. .
Several farm hands and mUlers.
Bojs and men lor nursery.
oot) cutters, $1.20 per cord, eablna.
Railway construction laborer,
Yard men ror lumber mill.
COM TO THIS Ol- F1CE WHEN TOu i
.u. nvVHAHQWit MADE.
Main 3566. A-6624. v
WANTED Men and women to qualify
tur icuvernment positions. Several
thousand appointments to be made)
next few mnntha ITlitl lnf.h.il
about openings, how to prepare, etc..
11 co. tmio luiuieuiaieiy ior DOOKiet
CG6$. Earl Hopkins. Washington,
Do you want a position for life, witn
big pay. short hours and sure ad
vancement? Then work for Uncle Sam'
My free Illustrated book, DK368 tells
how to get an appointment Earl ilop-
WANTED Strong boy for factory
work; steady position; must be will
ing to start from ground up. Reply
in wiiiiiiK iu -oi, juuroai.
WANTED Young man for office
work. LaurelhurBt Garage. E. 27tn
and Bumstde. ,.
WANTED Country salesmen with
Ford cars; big proposition. Call 191
WANTED Two first class cabinet
makers. Apply W. H. &. E. Vonder
werthr at end of Morrison bridge.
WANTED Competent blacksmith and
horse ehoer, apply or write Young
& Stangel, Wllsonvllle, Or.
BOY over 16 yra. to learn trade, paid
while learning. Apply Kaufman Hat
Factory, 88 3d st '
Reliable bootblack wanted at so n.
MACHINE man wanted. 970 Macadam
Bt. Freeland Furniture Co.
WA NTED A sash and door man.
Kautz Mfg. Co., 26th and Nlcholal at'-
EiiHiovMENT department X. 41, J,
A Pervlc free to members
HKLT WANTED 3HSC. 4 ' '
Y. M. C. A. AUTOMOBILE PCHOOU
Day and night eiasses; training in
repairing, drilng and machine work,
including forge, lathe, shaper. drill-.
press, etc.; time unlimited, 8 ecu. a
pass at Educational office Y..M.' C. A.
hldg., to inspect our shops and meth
ods. COMPETENT CHAUFFEUR
AND MECHANICS SUPPLIED. Tut
tion fee includes MEMBEKSHIP IN Y.
M. C, A. and its EMPLOYMENT DE
PARTMENT, use of 60-f t swimming
pool., whower baths, gymnasium, eto. '
$76 MONTH, Government Jobs. Men,
women wanted. List of position
iree. ranktin institute, Dept $49-0,
WANTED Names men. wishing! t '
nutiirani, A . i .
Decerns -oruana man carrier, uom
mence $67 month. OX-932. Journal. '
UNCALLED for tailor made suits, $664
up. Taylor the Tailor. 289 Bumside,
HELP WANTED FE31ALB a
WANTED Immediately by widow5
companion lady, country home for
summer, mountains, fine otitis-, no
work. East 4848, 8 to 9 a. m., 7 to f
p. ra,, i nursoay.
WANTED A girl for general housed
work and to asslat in tha cars of 9
children, good reference required, Af'
ty m io it m. m. oo nancocK et.
WANTED Girl for general house
work, plain cooking, good home to .
right party. Call tomorrow morning.
10 to 12. 704 Nortnrop st.
THOROUGHLY experienced operators '
on overalls, Mt Hood Factory, 23$
Couch sty y
FINISHEUS on pants. 205 'Jefferson-
HKLI' WANTED MALE AND '
MAN. wife and big daughter want
place in mining camp to take care
of boarding housa; wife good meat and
Pastry cook; man handy with tools;
can give best of references. Y-6IU,
unl 1,'U Riunu.u iiil.l killf
wants men and women to learn the -trsde;
paid while learning; tools freei
positions secured: summer rates; write
tor cataioaue. " n. ia m.
MOHLER" Barber school wants men
and women to learn barber trade
free in 8 week. Positions secured, pay
while learning. 88 n. xo st.
OREGON BARBER COLLEGE Men
and women to learn barber trade
free. 233 Madison st '
WANTED 4 experienced tea and cof
fee solicitors. Call at Crown Te Co.,
809 Mississippi. -
81X1 AIlONs MALE
pn rCTif!AJ. nainter. tlnter and paper
hanger end decorator; reduced prices
for 80 days. Sellwood 2772, ,
PtrntA, B,uong. pi u main a.,,'
LOntraClOr plastering, brick and '
lament wars. b. b. n-maery war. nn ;
PAINTING, parerbanglng, tinting, $2
per room Vn, a A. Wnes. Marshall ,
828. Main 64.
RELIABLE, tnust worthy. . youna man
wants permanent position, clerical.
work preferred. W-$90, Journal.
tXPElUENCED.farm hand ; want;
BOK wants work; delivering preferred.
EVEN ING, work wanted by man; jani
tor or reftsursnt. J-677. Journal,
tlNl'lNGi paperlug. U room. Marshall
noli . arsaninaTtl
tgi ii V, " p i i ii. sisi - if- a- tgass$salssBn)i
tContiaaed oa e$ Pafel IT,
buucs aiauon, a. lajwe st setasea;. a.
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