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PAGE SIX.
RATES TOR CLASSIFIED "WANT" ;■':- ■
"fey : ADVERTISEMENTS '
■-- One cent a word, 5c per line each Insertion for all lines of business
„■-■ - Four Insertions for the price of three for cash In advance .
,'->_ No advertisement taken (or lees than 16 cents each Insertion.
vy All mall orders must be accompanied with the cash. - -_
THE TIMKS IS TACIIMA'S _*^tfiu 'Sil<lTf>>^ WE HK( KIVE AD* 11
ONI.V IMIKI'E.MJKSfT C6S»J3*»J.||l> I-IK.M.. OUR Nil Mil UK
WBWHPAI'EH :: «««P«*- >^ ' is MAIN it
r ; ABSTRACTS OP TITLE
Juxra^nJ ~ ESTABLISHED- 1883
COMMONWEALTH TITLE TRUST
Co., The Competent TeL Main 101.
' . 10» So. 10th St.
TACOMA TITLE CO., the competl
,- tor. cor. Fidelity Bids;. Main 21 at
AMBULANCES •
904 A at. Stables 6th * St. Helens. T.
• C. * B. Trans. Co. Main 43.
PAC. TRANSFER CO., Main 64.
ASSAYER
A. McCullough, B. A., mining engin
eer, chemist; smelter shipments
superintended. 1143 D. Main 8007.
ATTORNEYS
T. A. Latcham, attorney-at-law.
403-5 Berlin bldg. Main 2240.
LORENZO DOW, attorney-at-law.
.X • 201 Nat. P.k. Com. Main 366.
AUTOS FOR RENT
OLYMPIC TAXI CAB CO.. 5 or 7
passenger cars. Main 8642.
BOOTBLACK STANDS
GOLD GROUND—Ladles and Bents.
Heat shine In city. 1112/4 Pin', ay.
BLUE PRINTING
Nicholson, sun and electric printing.
503-7 Fidelity Bldg. Main 471.
BICYCLES
Good wheels, right prices. Lock
smith. Blake's Repairs. 1138 Corn.
BUILDING CONTRACTORS
HOUSES built and part of money
Unt. 806 Equitable.
CARPET SWEEPERS.
Id I'VIKID
•**»-- -i--n-i^r.ri.rj-LTi-ru-u-^^Lnj-uij-Laj-v/v\j>Aj\j
lac. Furniture ft Repair Co., spe
. clallßtß. 1107 Ho, 11th. Main 9743.
CARPENTER SHOP
NEW and repair work. O. IK EsT
. glenton, 1306 Court C. Main 1773.
CIRCULAR LETTERS
* T*.-i-.-.-^*w-w-w-w-iy\ru-tr-ij-ij-urui-i.rLnj-Lin^-iru-axn-n.n.n.i
Typewritten circular letters, etc.
Tacoma Duplicating Co., Chamber
of Com. Bid., Tacoma. Main 054,
Proctor 1611.
CARPET CLEANERS
. H. L. —Carpet beating, re
fitting and laying; feather reno
- rating and upholstering. 2812 6th
ay. Main 325.
CIVIL ENGINEERING
Nicholson, lot surveys, platting.
. gen, engineering. 603-7 Fid. BUI.
CLEANING AND DYE WORKS
LUCKEY'S DYE WORKS, 738 St.
Helens. Gents' suit, skirt or Jacket
,■ cleaned and pressed 50c up. Quick
■ calls and delivery. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Main 7161.
ii. A. DONALDSON. 811 9th St.. 20
!_f| ■ years' experience. Tel. Main 7430
ELECTRICAL REPAIRS
'■-• COLEMAN * HAHN ELECTRIC CO.
Motors and generators repaired:
armature winding, general repair
ing. 1122 A st.-Phone Main 5327.
HACKS FOR FUNERALS
m^i-u-i -Ln.rin.r n. ru- j-u-u-u^n _n. -i.n_ru-tru->jxru~u-Ln.r\jxri j
, Tocamo cemetery, $4; Catholic cem
etery. $6. Pac. Trans. Co. Main 64.
HOTELS
: HOTEL OKAYS HARHOH, ' "binder
new management. 1509 Commerce.
C. Frederlcksen, Manager.
BAKER Hotel, 732 Commerce st.
Board and room. Mrs. Merrill.
prop.
LAWRENCE HOTEL—Rooms $2.00
week up. 1 block from P. O. and
Municipal dock.
SALVATION ARMY HOTEL, clean
rooms Sic. Hot and cold water.
1407 Pa.
THE WILTWYCK "
1316 So. D st
Every room a bright outside room,
with hot and cold water, hot water
• • heat, large roomy closet; 2 blocks
from business center; free baths
and phone. Rates $2. per week
- > up. Transient 60c and $1.00.
ifASSASOIf HOTEL, nth and C
*T ' sts., two blocks from depot. Run.
16c. 85c and 800 night; $1.25, $1.60
•J and $2.00 week. Meals 150 up.
I*< COLONIAL, opp. city halL Dandy
efr~» beds. ■ . ■ ■ : ■■ ■ ■ >
, E WHITE'S HOTEL—Newly furnished
<■.'-'■ transient and weekly, 260 and
- «00. 110% 80. 14th. near Pacific,
'• HOTEL VICTORIA — New, modern.
• fireproof bid*. Rooms BOe, 76c
and up, 1316% So. C. Phone M. 94*4
• wood AND COAL
ffi PETERSON BROS., hay, grain, poul
'i;-.'try supplies and coal and wood.
10th and K. Phone Main 313.
?■•' MOVING AND STORAGE)
fe PAC. TRANSFER CO.. Main 54.
SCOMMERCIAL TRUCK CO.; 2 larg
»>-est and beat warehouses In city.
/ Large furniture vans, ■ express
«wagons and motor trucks.' Packing
by experts. Reduced freight rates to
■t east Office corner 19th and Pacific.
gt Main .706. - ... ■■-:-.• -. - ■ ■■..•■
;*■.■.■ ■*■■■■„ FIDELITY TRANSFER St
' . , STORAGE CO.
i 1722 Pacific avenue, two large ware
■„ ■ouses. ■ We pack, ship, move and
•tore everything; rooms under lock
,- and for household goods and mdso.
Main 210. .-■-•■■• - ... -. .-. -. -
&I 3' WINKS AND LIQUORS ' -
%& LANOERT'LIQUOR^ CO.. ins PaT
:.- . ■ ay,, wholesale and family trade
>$§ solicited. Free ■ delivery. Main 6022.
75. , SHOE REPAIRING
Quick Shoe Repair Shop, 916 Com.;
tffog reasonable, best work. Main 4 419.
Werner * % Mob, ■■ Goodyear Quick
%;■. «Shoe • Repair • Co., 922 Commerce.
.:■*■'■,;•■•*,- STORAGE :■•..■■.-:
' m STORAGE, vans - and .trucks for
moving. t Phono i Madison 591. ,:
RAZORS f SHARPENED
WE * sharpen \ safety , razor :'. blades.
;. All work guaranteed. Vlrgca Drug
■ . Co., 1124 Pacific tY.v--..v.^v..i. ■.
y.^^^SCAVENGE^^^'^j
1" OLIVER - HENRY, Tacoma Garbage
»«■*! Co. m Mala 1 6406. .: Contracts i mad*
:^ for cleaning yards,' vaults and ceaa
jg,» ■ools. t Garbage i removed ■ by : month.
M AMERICAN ; GARBAGE f, CO. — K«
--r, ■'- snovinic srarbasre and refuse of all
f J kinds. 11« Puy. ay. M. 742, res. 7639.
ffiiv««lliXH>.' v 'liailMilil lilt ii tniM'l SI 111 \ * Ml 111 SUM ■tIBMHIIHI ll* llf IKM|»^I I
MEDICATED VAPOR BATHS
*> MEDICATED VAPOR BATHS
Cures rheumatism and kidney ills
eases. 769 80. C at. Main 5284.
_ MONEY TO LOAN
OUR OWN MONET TO LOAN
Upon City and Farm Property.
Low Charges; no Delay.
„„ W. N. DOUB * CO.. inc.
TO7 Fidelity Bldg. Main 463
--BKB me lor money. 000. Walter
Ku»»ell. 11l Equitable Bldg.
I HAVE just received aeveral
thousand dollars to loan a 7 and
8 per cunt. Inquire J. I* Snapp, 1219
Fidelity Bid*.
SALARY LOANS ON PLAIN NOTES
LOWEST RATES IN TACOMA
$10 repaid In Installments 0f..1 .70
$20 repaid In InstallmenU of.. 1.30
ISO repaid In Installments of.. 1.30
ABSOLUTELY NO SECURITY
. BUSINESS CONFIDENTIAL
BTATK SECURITY CO.
307 CALIFORNIA BLDQ.
6, I and 7 PER CENT
MONEY TO LOAN
On Improved real estate or for
building. Money advanced as build-
Ing progresses. Monthly Install
ment loans, about amount of rent,
without commission.
L. R. Manning & Co., Equitable Bid.
MORTGAGE LOANS in . amounts
from ISOO up; low rates; no delay.
NORTON CO., 210-11 Berlin Hldg.
shout term CHATTEL. LOANS.
418 california bluq.
MONEY to loan on real estate, any
amount from 1300 to $25,000. 11. V.
Smith. 204 Provident Idg.
LOANS for home building or to
pay off old mortgage. Lowest
rates, special privileges to borrow
er*—3 to 8 years. Money always on
hand—no delay.
H. J. BCHWINN A CO.. Inc.
216-219 Tacoma Bid*.
MONEY FOR SALARIED PEOPLE
and others, upon their own names,
cheap rates, easy payments, confi
dential. D. H. Tolman. Room 331
Provident Bldg.
ON Imp. real estate. L. N. Hansen
& Co., Tacoma Bids;. 11th & A St.
MONEY to loan, plenty of It, low
eat rates. No delay. Either In
stallment or straight loans. Ounston
A Heath Co.
CHATTEL AND SALARY LOANS
D. D. DRAKE
$5 to $100
Quick loans on furniture, pianos,
storage receipts, etc 1410 Natl.
Realty nidg.
porters* supplies
-.■.■.-.•■-.-»-«-»-»-.i-,ir t rin>- L n_ 1
PORTER and janitors' supplies,
brushes, etc. V. E. Johnson, 735
St. Helens ay.
PHYSICIANS
— '■--I-I-I-*- -i-i-i-ifrlrnr.r.r.ru-.^r^j-Lru-u*j-.r_r
DR. ROBB, 801-2- Provident bldg.
l>l»«as<H genltro-urlnary. '■
. DR. WARREN BROWN '■'
Physician and Burgeon
Diseases of Women and Obstet
rics; Oenlto-Urlnary Diseases.
Office 207 Equitable Bids.
DR. PAUL, PHYS. & SURG. X-RAY.
1111-12-13 Fidelity Bldg.
ORIENTAL—Dr. K. I to, disease of
genlto-urlnary. 1512H C. Main 9757
Dr. Yocum moved Natl. Realty nidg.
Day, Main 600; night, Main 7500.
DR. JAS. A. LA Diseases of
women and surgery. Genlto-urln
ary diseases, 3d floor Natl. Realty
H)dg. Hours 2-4 and 7-8.
DR. J. W. CLINE, 3529 McKlnley
ay. Surgery and general practice.
Phones: Office Main 254; Res. Main
7389
DR. C. E. CASE. surgeon, gynecolo
gist. Office 1114 4 So. X St. Res
idence 1010 So. 12th at. Phones:
Office, Main 6887; res.. Main 693.
DR. THYNG. SURGEON
Surgery and consultation only.
1201-1205 Fidelity Bldg. Main 400.
OSTEOPATH PHYSICIANS
DR. STOTENBUR. Office 422 Bank
ers Trust Bids;. Main 9609. Res.
Main 9610.
PAINTING & PAPERHANGINQ
FRANK jR. HANBSON, 738 St. Hel
en« ay. Phone Main 5142.
PRINTING
COMMERCIAL BINDERY ft PTG
CO., Inc., 756-758 Commerce st
Phone Main 417. Printers. Binders.
Loose leaf devices.
WALL PAPER
LAltfiK new stock of wall paper,
very latest designs and patterns.
Acne quality paints, adapted to the
western climate. A. 8. Johnson ft
Co.. 1142 C st.
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER
208 Natl. Realty Bids;. Main 1849.
313 Bavage-Scofleld Dldg. M. 688.
PATENT ATTORNEYS •
Elliott. 610 Bkrs. Trust. Patents,
Trade Marks. Drawings. Main «779.
SOICITORS WANTED. • .
SOLICITORS wanted. A number of
good live solicitors wanted to work
on best premium proposition for
the solicitor ever worked In the
northest. If you are a good solici
tor and wish to Increase your pres
ent Income see me about this prop
osition. Apply Mr. Thayer, between
10 a. m. and 4 p. m. at 512 Cham
ber of Commerce bldg. . , . ... ■ .
Wanted to Rent
WANTED TO BENT — AS or 6
» room house In North End. Client
will pay.from $20 to $35. New Jer
»<■>• Mtg. Loan Co., 11l So. 10th st.
WANTED TO BORROW
WANT loan of $1,000 for 3 years at
8 per cent. Security acreage
worth $4,000. P. O. Box it, City. ,
BORROWER WANTED for ~
; ." ■ Idle savings fund. We are ■•
Instructed to place $10,000 ■;
In divided sums i from $250 j
up to $2,000 at 7 and I per
i. cent, either payable $20
monthly or in one straight "'
1 to 5-year loan.'Lennox ■•;
Investment Co., 1101 Com-
V-? merce, , above ** the < 'Paolfio • >
-■''<■ National» Bank. -""•■ .fn .■->.-.,-»-" v
FURNISHED HOUSES
FOR RENT—Furnished 4-room cot
.' tage 'to elderly . people. \- 1720 Ta
eosaa «v.-iV-'tr.- v-.'j. ("Tj.w-^-^'-vi-.t
FOR I RENT—Furnished I bouse ' of 11
rooms and bath. Call 714 So. J at.
Are you reading
At Times Want Ads? Phone
YsTlllaT Every day they are bringing results l\/|»ir»
a uui to some one don , t you be that main
q , one today? It costs only a cent a
iberVlCe word and they are worth their weight 12
| in gold. Phone Main 12 today and try,
it out.
HELP—FEMALE
WANTED widow to keep house
(or widower with one child. State
age and wages and relations. L-28,
Times.
WANTED—Housekeeper for Kentle
man and 2 little Kills. Good home
and good waged. Elderly lady pre
ferred. Phone Main 2721. 4005 No.
24th after 6.
UIHL wanted foi general house
work, young couple, one child.
House new and convenient. Call
mornings. Main 6496.
GIRL wanted to assist with house
work. 910 80. Bth.
TRY our 60c FAMILY WASHING"
Famous Washing Co. Main 6464.
WANTED— for general house
work, 2 In family. Apply 515 No.
J at.
WANTED—Someone to do small
amount of chamberwork for rent
of furnished house. Cull 402 Fuy
allup aye.
WANTED — Experienced ironing
girl. Main 2506. 743 Tacoma ay.
TAILORS' and dressmakers' sup
piles. Albert E. Baur Co., 317 11th.
CANCERS cured without knife or
piaster; consultation free; Stephen
Johnson, school house crossing.
Fern HIM.
ALL. LADIES go to Shlvvers at Mar
ket, 1128 So. D. for bargains.
Welnatone.ladlea'aulta 610 up.lol 9th
Situations-Female
WANTEDPIain sewing to take
home. Address to 3615 So. Ains
worth.
FIRST-CLASS dreusmakinK by day.
Call Main 6550. Portland hotel
232S Jefferson ay. _^
AS PRINTER, lady compositor, 12
years' experience. Printer, 907
6th ay., Seattle.
WANTED—Position taking care of
children evening. 600 and car
fare. Call Main 4955 after 6:30.
TYPEWRITING and multlgrapb
work. Main 664. . ■ ■
HELP—MALE
USHER wanted, must be neat and
polite. Apply Circuit theater at
once. ■ •, „ :
WANTED—Man to do slashing; and
other work on ranch. IScott'H
Studio, Fidelity bldg.
WANTED—Voting man as solicitor
In newspaper buslneHS. Must be
a good hustler. See Mr. Burrowes,
Times office. Salary.
WANTED—Yard man. Reliance
Lumber Co., East D and i'uyal
lup ay.
AUTOMOBILE school, driving, re
palrlng taught; modern cars, 1912
Jefferson aye.
WANTEDBoy to work In drug
store, some experience necessary;
good chance for advancement. Ad
dress Box D-l, Times.
WANTED—Men for lumber yard
work, steady employment. A
splendid place for married men.
Call 308 California bldg.
SOLICITOUS wanted. Bent propo
altlon ever offered In the north
west. Apply between 10 and 4 at
512 Chamber of Commerce bldg.
Call for Mr. Thayer
SOLICITORS wanted for a Tacoma
corporation; good money paid to
good men. 322-23 California Ulilg.
TRY three C's Lunca once, 211
80. Hth st
■ Bay "I saw It In the Times".
I GO to Bhlvvers for bargain at
market, do yout
BUSY MEN AND WOMEN find It
convenient to telephone their For
Sale and Want Ads to The Times.
Main 11. Only one cent a word.
. Situations—Male
MAN, sober and don't smoke, wants
work as delivery man. Phone
Main »614.
A MARRIED man, sober, wants
work as night watchman. 1112 K.
27tb* ■ -
WANTED—Position of trust by
sober, reliable man, with fair ed
ucation. Address P. O. Box 923,
City.
CARPENTER—Foundations con
crete work and general Jobbing.
Main 9027-L.
Unfurnished Booms
FOR RENT— nice unfurnished
rooms; private family; close In;
fine view; no carfare. $12.50. 262
80. Cliff ay., cor. 4 th. Call before
noon or after 5 p. m.
FIVE unfurnished rooms, with
bath; everything modern. " 1812
80. L. Main 8137.
FURNISHED BOOMS
FURNISHED front parlor room
with use of piano; also 2 small
rooms. 939 So. K. -
PLEASANT furnished room In pri
vate family. 1122 No. M. Main
4306. ,'■ ■■•■--.
FURNISHED rooms with or with
out board, home privileges, rea
sonable.' 1110 So, Yaklma aye.
Main 6047. - .
HOTEL KINGSTON, modern, hot
water heat. 315 So. 11th.
FURNISHED - rooms modern,
walking distance. Irving ; hotel.
553 So. C St. . ■ - ■ ■-■ •
HOTEL MODERN—Nicely furnished
corner rooms; single, $1,25 > up:
hskpar., 12.00 up. 1904 D st. and
1948 80. E. Private baths. Free lndy.
FURNISHED rooms, II week Up.
1144 80. D St.ir.B ... f •■..;,. :1
:^;_^-:: . wanted ;;■,_.■■.,
IF you ■ have I a summer home I that
you want looked after during the
winter by you married -couple
address ES-10. Times .. --.-. ..-,.,:
WANTED—By S responsible I party. 4
or (-room cottage,-well furnished.
Close In. Phone Main MM.
THE TACOMA TIMES.
FOR SALE
MISCELLANEOUS
IP you are looking; for furniture,
stoves or ranees, either new or
second hand, tell your troubles to
Purkey Brothers, 1313-18 O St. Our
endless variety of house furnish
ing goods enables us to suit every
purse, and If It is your desire to
practice real economy you will do
well to visit our store. • Telephone
Main 6048. *
HEATING STOVES
Cast Iron top, polished steel body.
18-inch wood .....$3.60
20-Inch wood $4.J0
24-Inch wood $6.00
Air tight, make and renovated.
M. H. ULVIN
Tel. Main 6844. 1125 Tacoma Ay.
Foil SALE —A cow, part Jersey
Ounderson, Fife station, Seattle
Interurhan line.
FOH SALE—Beautiful white male
Spitz Pomeranian puppy, unusu
ally bright;, inherits naturally the
intelligence of his educated par
ents, namely, "White Diamond and
Lady Beauty," stars of the Bohepp
circus, now appearing at Pantages
theater. Cause for selling, I am
carrying more show now than the
circuit requires. Will sacrifice for
135. Schepp Circus, Pantages,
stage door. . it
FOR SALE!—Miscellaneous >furni
ture, also rugs; tent, 12 oz. idurk,
UxlC, (6.00; in ft. stepladder "uten
sils, hack numbers leather tiouml
Century and Harper's magazines.
411 North Yaklma. after six., .
FOH SALE—Donkey engine . com
plete and in good order. Single
cylinder. Water, tube boiler 6 feet
high, 8 feet circumference. Wash
ington Stevedore Co., Inc., Pacific
Cold Storage bldg. -■■■ ■
FOR SALE—A good Brussels' rug.,
9xll, $6. Box G-l, Times. mm
Furniture for Sale
Iron beds, springs, gas ranges, 3
piece parlor suite, carpets and car
pet sweepers. Qrandln hotel, 91!)'/.
So. C st. . . ... ;■ *
FOX SALE cheap, high class wood
working machinery for tli« nian
nfacture of furniture and cabinet
work. If taken at once, will' be
sold for half price, as we are > In
stalling new machinery and wish
this removed. For further Informa
tion apply room 8 Andrews bldg. or
at factory, 64 th and Warner St., So.
Tacoma.
ROOMING houses a specialty, any
size 11 to 80-r., any prices; $450,
up; some with dining room; some
to trade. Come and look over the
list. Mrs. A. E. Trambley, 108 So.
9th st.
TWO fresh cows for sale. Phone
Main 2945. ■ ■
A LOT of plain tailored ladies' suits
of lilgh grade mannish cloth,
style right, suitable for conserva
tive trade; will close out cheap for
cash, or trade for real estate. Box
F-2, Times.
GOOD cooking range and heater
for sale cheap at 8407 So. G, Fern
Hill. Madison 187.
BOWLING at Old Town Bowling
Alley. Weekly prizes awarded.
LADIES' new ICO tailored suit,
81/.o 88, $25. 653 So. C St. -
FURNITURE of 11-room boarding
house for sale cheap. Good locu
tlon. 818 East 2Bth at.
PEDIGREED Airedale terrier pups
for brio from best bear hunting
stock In county. Address Dick
Rlckert, American Lake, Wn.
FOR SALE—One gasoline launch,
SO feet long, 8-foot beam, 16
horsepower, full size cabin; first
class condition, speed 9 miles. Main
117).
PLANT now crocus, hyacinths, tu
lips, trumpet daffodils, lilies,
iris, peonies, Oriental poppies, etc.
Mitchell Nursery, Larchmont, Ta
coma, Main 7871 R-B. ■ .•'
FOR —First class furniture of
6 rooms complete; must be sold
at once as I am leaving the city.
Call Main 8416. 1418 80. 87th.
SINGLE buggy, first-class condi
tion. Inquire 712 So. Sheridan
or 942 Commerce.
ALT HEIDELBERG BEER
Columbia Brewing Co. Order a
case. Main 289. -
WANTED to buy household goods.
Te? fI M aTn ty7 Ijg Pry C °" "' lIUL
FAMILY WASHING
60 cents per sack. Main 2672.
Metropolitan Laundry. - -■ .
SKATING RINK
Admission free. Skates, after
noons 15c. evenings Ssc Military
Band orchestra. 2115 Paclflo ay.-
MARSHALL wants ySur second
hand goods. 1149 C st Mala
661 5. . ', •■ "■-... i
BOMB one wants what yon want 1 to
sell, Get In touch with - them
through The Tim's "Want Ad", col
umns. , , . *"
Bay "1 saw It In the Times". *;>"
FINE Chinese teas and silk woai.
Bam Hlng Co.. H54 So. D. : » ,
FOR BALE—IO . head working
horses, weight 1000-1600: 10 set
double dot harness. 1148 Pao. «,V.:
SHUETT—Finest line of 2nd hand"
goods on market. 134$ Com, «t.
FOR SALE—Light lumber wagon
with pole and shafts, nearly tutw.
$35 for all. -Phone Main 9568/,.1-.
A SEWING machine for Ht'tle
money. The store you can de
pend upon to ; supply any machine
at the lowest price. White $8.00;
Singer $7.00; another Singer $6.00;
New Home make $8.00. AH fully
guaranteed.'' New Home Of See 319
11th St., Bet. C and D. .--*,-,■■>■
WE buy and sell everything. $6
gas stoves a specialty. 1317 Com
merce. - Phone Main 9391. ...«:f;>
GOOD news for you at Everybody's
Studio. Call 1186 C st. -< *<..
SPECIAL NOTICES
PHONE Main 334* and we will call
.-:■; Fantorium, MS . Commerce, st. - -
LOST
—Lady's watch and fob on
11th and Pac. or from 18th to
I7th on K. Initials on fob, C. N.
; Call Main 8360. Reward.
> LOST—Black and tan pig, between
Fife and Tacoma. M. Hunt, Fife
■ station. Phone Main 7844 J 1.
, LOST —In or near Times office,
, bunch of keys. Good reward of
fered. Return to Tacoma Times,
9th and Commerce st.:
LOST—A small square amethyst
pin on a black bow. Return to
1624 National Realty bldg.
ANNOUNCEMENTS""
O. E. JOHNSON for signs. 115 So.
14th St. Phone Main 1849.
ABSOLUTE satisfaction in absolute
"Life." Health, freedom, ALL
YOU DESIRE obtained through un
derstanding. "Life," Box 937, Ta
coma.
YOUNG WOMAN'S INN, 1011 So. 3d
st. (8d and J) opposite Fannie
Paddock Hospital. Board and room.
SPECIAL LOW RATE for self-sup
porting women. Privilege of laun
dry, sewing room, employment bu
roau, parlor and library. WALK
ING DISTANCE. Sixth ay. car to J
st., walk 3 blocks north. Phone
Main 3992.
BENT-HOUSES "
FOR RENT—S-room house and
basement $10 a month. 3319 So.
9th. Main 9053-R.
FOR RENT— 3-r. cottage, $5. 3847
i ■ii It.
FOR RENT— of 3 new mod
em houses, 4, 6 and 6-room.; Pt.
Defiance line; No. 34th st. Se« own
er, 3816 No. 34th st.
IF you want something nice in n
furnished cottage of 6 rooms,
bath gas, electric lights and fur
nished complete, nice yard, on 6th
ay. car line, come out Sunday anil
see.lt at 616 So. Anderson St., only
$1!5 per month. . ■. .
FOR RENT9-room house, 1320
So. D. Electric light, gas, bath
etc.. $35 month. Phone 9014-L.
4624 Thompson, 4-r., bath ....SIO.OO
111!* So. E, rear, 6'r- bath... 12.00
2515 No. Washington, 6-r., b.,.13 00
710 East 82d, 4-r., partly fur. 8.00
C. H. EVEItKTT & CO. *
514 Berlin Bldg.
FOR —Modern five-room cot
tage at 2320 So. G St., also an
up-to-date five-room flat at 2321
So. Yak. ay. Inquire 2317 So. Yak
ay., rent very cheap.
6-ROOM furnished or unfurnished
house for rent at 2314 Jefferson
ay. Main 7020.
ONE 7-room house, $11; one 6-room
house, $10; one 4-room house, $8;
two 3-room houses, $5 a month;
water furnished; on Portland ay.
car line. Main 2028. Ed Donahue.
RENT a house and we will furnish
It for you for cash or easy pay
menu. Tag Furniture Co, 911-11 C
HOUSEKEEPG. BOOMS
FOUR clean and nicely furnished
housekeeping rooms, private
bath and all comforts of a home.
Adults only. 811 So. Yaklma.
NEWLY furnished modern house
keeping apartments very rea
sonable. Phone and bath. 928 So.
Furnished housekeeping rooms $1.00
week up. 1942 So. D & Jefferson.
TWO clean, light rooms, $1.50, gas
range, light and bath; good loca
tion, walking distance. 223 No.
Tacoma ay. Main 5765.
WELL furnished housekeeping and
single rooms, steam heat, modern
conveniences; reasonable rates. 902
So. G st.
FURNISHED hskpg. ran., 421 So.
C. Fine marine view.
THE ANTLERS—Furnished hskpg.
rms.; modern; central; 1116% c.
BENT
MISCELLANEOUS
FOR RENT—Private office and
desk room, all conveniences, rea
sonable. Inquire 1014-20 National
Realty Bldg. . :
POULTRY AND EGGS
FOR SALE—Laying White Pekin
and French Reaun ducks, • 75c
each. Phone Main 3229.
FULL.BLOODED hens, pullets,
cockerels, Buff and W. O.s Ring
let Rocks, White Leghorns, also
mixed breeds; Pekln ducks, White
I. R. drake; three Phllo chicken
coops, latest Improvements, nearly
new. 3806 So. Sheridan. Main 4676.
40 thoroughbred White Leghorn
, hens. Phone Main 8765 or call 1111
So. Q st. - ■ . _
,FOR SALEIOO Ancona pullets,
March hatch, cheap. Corner Pa
cific aye. and Parker St. south.
Phone Main 6428. ■ -.. ■:. ... ■
CARD OF THANKS
CARD OF THANKS— wish here
with to extend the heartfelt
thanks of myself and children to
our many friends for their help
and assistance during the sickness
and death of my beloved wife, and
also for the beautiful floral trib
utes at the funeral, and also other
tokens of sympathy in our sorrow
and bereavement. - < .- -
JOHN ELFBERQ.
WANTED TO BUY
- -*—,-■-,,-.■-. n r..i-in.rxjxJT-n -i r> n n r> n.n j-m.ru 'i.rL-_n_TLJ-i-»
WANTED to buy, good v oow on
monthly payments, by - reliable
party. Box L. P., Times. ■■■.-,»
WANTED— fresh or soon to
„be. State price. R. F. D. I, Box
248, Puyallup, Wn.: ■.. , ,j-
WANTED—To buy 100 White Leg
- horn chickens and a good Dur
ham oow. Address Mrs. Ruby Hill,
Maultou. • Take Pacific Traction car.
jii.; I WANT TO BUT / ;;^-;C/'
Furniture or anything you have to
sell; books a specialty.; A. A. Sllcox,
Main 141* or 101$ 1I < •«.>(•¥■»«-feM»* *»
PEBBONAL
lIAHIIV F. GAMBLE —Please send
address to room 8. Merchants ho
tel, lath and C, City. Important.
BENT-^ -FLATS
3-KOOM furnished flat, water In;
kitchen; private bath; rent rea
sonable to steady tenants. 711 So.
10 st.
ROOMS AND BOARD
ROOM and board reasonable. 948
So. E st. Main 9894.
WANTED—Board and room in pri
vate family In South Tacoma, by
man and wife. Phona Main 7834
R-2.
BOARD and room $5 a week. Main
8311; private family. 2839 80. U
BAY "I saw It In the Times."
ROOM 3 with or without board.
Mrs. Crow. 418 Bo Hi. Main 6194.
LEGAL NOTICES
IN THE BITPBRIOR COURT OF
THE STATE OF WASHINGTON,
FOR PIERCE COUNTY—Case No.
38,388.
Julia Miller, plaintiff, vs. William
Miller, defendant.
THE STATE OF WASHINGTON,
TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFEND
ANT. WILLIAM MILLER, you are
hereby summoned to appear within
twenty days after the service of
this summons upon you If served
within the State of Washington,
and within sixty days after the
service of this summons upon you,
exclusive of the day of service, if
served without the State of Wash
ington, and serve a copy ef your
answer on the attorney for plaint
iff at the address below stated;
and In case of your failure so to
do. Judgment will be rendered
against you according to the de
mand of the complaint which has
been filed with the Clerk of the
above entitled court.
The object of thlß action Is to ob
tain a decree of divorce for the
plaintiff and against the defend
ant on the ground of non-support.
F. R. BAKER,
101 East Road, Prospect Hill, Ta
coma, Washington.
F. M. CARNAHAN,
City Attorney's Office, Tacoma,
Wash.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That
a petition to create a district In
which livestock shall not run at
large has been filed with the Coun
ty Auditor of Pierce County, Wash
ington, by L. M. Hatch and others,
and the Board of County Commis
sioners has fixed the 24th day of
October, A. D. 1912, at eleven o'clock
a. m., when a hearing will be had
on said petition at the office of said
Board In the Court House In Taco
ma, Washington, or at such later
time as such hearing may be ad
journed to, to hear all persons In
terested In the question presented
by said petition, and
NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN,
that said proposed district shall con
sist of the following described ter
ritory:
Beginning at the north one quar
ter corner to Section 35, Twp. 20
Xorth, Range 4 East W. M.; run
ning thence East one mile; thence
North on the north and south cen
ter line of Section 25, Twp. 20
North, Range 4 East to an intersec
tion with the Puyallup River;
thence southeasterly along the said
River to an intersection with the
Range Line between Ranges 4 and
5 Eaßt; thence North along the said
Range Line to the Northwest Cor
ner of Section 30, Twp. 20 North.
Kange 5 East; thence East one mile
to the Northeast Corner of the said
Section 30; thence South one and
one-half miles to the East One
Quarter Corner of Section 31 Twp.
20 North, Range 5 East; thence
East onu mile to the East One
Quarter Corner to Section 32, Twp.
20jB\orth Range 5 Eaßt; thence
South one and one half miles to
the Southeast Corner of Section 5,
Twp. 19 North, Kange 5 East; thence
West four mllos to the Southwest
Corner of Section 2, Twp. 19 North,
Range 4 East; thence North one
mile to the Northwest Corner of
the said Section 2; thence East one
half mile to the North One Quar
ter Corner of the said Section 2;
thence North one mile to the place
of beginning.
By Order of the Board of County
Commissioners this 19th day of
September, A. D. 1912.
W. A. STEWART,
County Auditor and Clerk of the
Board of County Commissioners
of said Pierce County, Washing
ton.
By A. J. WEISBACH,
(Seal) Deputy.
BUSINESS CHANCES
11-ROOM rooming house, fine loca
tion, full of roomers. Good ln
come over rent. Main 7768.
15,000 will buy third interest in a
Nevada mine worth one hundred
thousand dollars. Six miles from
railroad. Ore In one ledge averages
$60 per ton. Will pay you to in
vestigate. Address F-3. Times.
FOR SALE—3O-room hotel. It
must be sold; $8800 cash. Box
M, care Times.
FOR SALE—Stadium barber shop,
1334% Pacific avt,; 8 years lease,
at $66.25, Including rent, light and
water. Business very good. Wrrt
sell at a bargain, desiring to return
to Europe and Join the Greek army.
Address Box D 4, Tinea.
FOR SALE—Fruit stand. Pacific
aye. location, doing good busi
ness. Owner desiring to return to
Europe to Join the Greek army. Call
1328 tt Pacific aye.
$2,600 will buy good paying whole
sale business. Call 609 Tacoma
Bldg.
IDEAL stand for grocery or drug
store. Will sell lots and build
store t6 suit buyer. See N. W. cor
ner West 12th and Alder, then talk
to owner, 207 Equitable Bldg.
HOUSES built and part of money
lent. 206 Equitable.
$100 IN gold will be paid to any
man or woman over 21 years of
age that are satisfied and contented.
Apply at A. F. Hoska Harness Co.,
1307 Paclflo aye.
EXCHANGE
7-Passenger, 6 cyl. auto; weekly
payments, some cash; security or
little car, late model, part payment.
Trade city property present value.
Can pay $1,000 cash and assume
mtge. 5606 Fife St.
FOR TRADE—S-room modern house
and two lots in So. Tacoma: 1
block from Edison school. Will
trade for acreage with some Im
provements. Close to car. Room
3, Hotel Waldorf, 728% Pac. ay.
BUNGALOW to swap for lots. 207
Equitable.
BEAL ESTATE
FOR Puyallup Valley lands. see
Harry V. Smith 204 Provident bldg.
An Ideal Spot for Your
Home
15 acres fertile upland, unsur
passed view of mountains and val
ley. Good school S-4 mile distant;
IV4 miles from Sumner, on rural
telephone and mall route. Five
room house, two good chicken
houses, splendid well with pump;
one acre under cultivation and bal
ance easily cleared. Tacoma prop
erty (North End preferred) taken
In exchange as partial payment.
Consideration $3,600. Helen M.
Purvis, Puyallup. R. D. No. 1, Box
lit, Wash. JPktone Sumner 10 F-3.
■ Y. W. C. A. home decorating
car.." "Advertisement." ■;* j>: >y. " i.
REAL ESTATE ~
FOR 8.41,10 BY OWSKIT
FUll SAI.M BY OWNER
McKlnluy Park bargain, • Rait
44th at., two fine level lota and B
room house, fine noil, good location,
-', blocks from car. Price $735,
$25 cash, balance $12.50 per month
Inoludlng Interest. This Is a bar
gain and will pay you to look It
up. See owner at 3529 McKlnley ay.
Phone Main 284. .
BARGAIN HOME], lOA9Y TERMS
Price $500, terms 160 down, 110
per month. New house, 2 good lots,
rood So car service. We build a
house to suit-on easy terms. '
Judges A Hill, 914 Bankers Trnat.
NEW 6-room bungalow and 2 lots,
South 41st street, worth 1,900,
will take $1,350; most any terms;
winter wood thrown In. Main 9568
evenings or Sundays. ■ "
SUBURBAN HOME
3-room house and three acres of
good land, 1 acre, cleared. ;Price
$1300. Good terms.
Benbow & McFarland
1114 Natl. Realty Bldg.
NEW MODERN HOME
for sale or rent; payments; no cash
required; move right In; will build
to suit your own plans; will take
lots In payment.
G. D. GRANT
312 Bankers Trust Bldg.
A FINE BUNGALOW
Brand new 5-room bungalow,
15 minutes ride from poßtoffice,
for gale on your own terms.
NEW JERSEY MORTGAGE
& LOAN CO.,
11l So. 10th St.
ACREAGE
For Sale —Close In, 5 and 10-aere
tracts. Good soil; $50 an acre, $60
down. $10 a month. Address A. J. B.
Care Times.
FOR SALE—6 acres, well improved,
1 acres orchard, 1 acre strawber
ries; also logan and raspberries;
300 chickens and five chicken
houses. Good 8-room house with
all conveniences, on So. A. C. H.
Llvermore, 11. D. No. 3, Box 331,
Tacoma.
BUY NOW •
Now Is the time you should buy,
when every one wants to sell is the
best time to buy. Take advantage
of It and make some money. If
you can't find what you want in
the real estate columns, a "want
ad" In The Times will find it for
you. Only a cent a word and four
Insertions for the price of three.
6-room house and one acre im
proved for sale. Call at 5821 So.
Bprague.
3% Acres in Puyallup
Everything Goes.
Good 6-room plastered house with
modern conveniences, barn, 'wood
shed, cabins for berry pickers,
chicken houses and runs. . Good
horse, wagon and harness, good
milch cow. about 100 chickens. Is
all In red raspberries and ever
greens. Yields big harvest. One
block. to Short Line. Price only
$3,600. Terms can be given. Is a
very good buy.
Kessinger-Stout Co.
213 Bankers Trust Bldg.
$10 DOWN
$7 PEIt MONTH HOME
A new house and two good
cleared lots In good location; 5
cent car fare; a good proposition.
More lots If desired. Price $500.
J. M. CURTIS
314 Bankers Trust Bldg.
Block3o
In southeast Tacoma plat. This
block has 44 big lots all level, sit
uated on the C. M. & P. 8. Ry. at
Midland. A great factory site or a
fine farming proposition. This soil
Is excellent. There are five acres
n this block. Acreage is worth
400 or over. You can get the
block for
$1100 OR $220 AN ACRE
Jesse O. Thomas, Jr.
Tacoma Building.
FOR quick sale. 5-room house and (
6 lots on graded street, 4 blocks ,
rom car line, $1,000 cash. Address
''-4, Times.
How is this? Four-room house,
fine corner lots; all cleared and '
fenced; fruit trees, garden, house
bout 3 years old, large attic, base- 1
lent, stone foundation, hot air I
furnace, just 1 block from car In
West End. Price $1,250, easy terms. ;
Is certainly a bargain.
HARRY V. SMITH
204-5 Provident Bldg.
INVESTMENT !
That's the war cry these times. ,
have 160 acres land I will trade -
for a home In Tacoma and assume
a little If you have the value. This
land is not SO miles from the city. .
Come and see me.
O.N.JOHNS
317 California Bldg.
LATEST MARKET REPORT
FOR TACOMA HOUSEWIVES
Fruits-
Strawberries, 16c box. . ,
blackberries. 80.
rluckleberrles, 10c lb., 2 lbs. 15e.
Cantaloupes, 2 for 25c.
Peaches, box, 65c.
('ears, box, $1.60. v <
Granges. 30 (to 40c,
Lemons, 40c. ...
2ocoanuts, IOC.
Bananas —30c doz. " . ■ '• . -
Apples—Gravensteln, $1.50 box.
. ■■_ <y ■■•:--■■ -. Meats : i -
iloast Beef, prime rib, lb. 18©20 c.
Pot Roast, 12% @ 16c.
Soiling Beef, B©loc -
Sirloin, 20c , -
Porterhouse, 25©28 c. ■ ;
r-Bone, 22025 -
Round 18c.
-.eg of Lamb, spring-, 20c
Lamb Chops, shoulder, 15c; loin
and rib, 20c. ■- -
Shoulder of Lamb, 12% c
Lamb Stew, lb., 7c. - . ' . r
Roast Pork. 20-22-25 C.
Pork Chops, shoulder, 20c; loin
and rib, 25c. - .■■■- - .
(Teal .Roast, 18@25c •"'
(Teal Cutlets, 20®25c. ~ * :."
flam, sliced, 2530 c.
3alt Pork. 15c. . '- "
Pork, Sausage, link, 15c; bulk, 18c
3acati, 18@35c. ■■•—. . ■- ■
horned Beef, boneless. 15c ;
rrlpe, 10c. - • .*- .
Brains, 16c 'V ' ' .
-i\ ■ i, 10c. j
■■''■'-,-'■-'- - Poultry •■. ■:■':■''■', :
Spring Chickens, 25c. ■:..)-"-.
Hens, 20c. - -/" ,;■ •- ■ ■ ■ , -' ',
Spring. Ducks. 25c. v. ."■-,:
Squabs, 85c. -.*- . i ■ • • .;
BaJlbut. ; t ° lbs! Fish. _;K : ,
Halibut. 2 lbs. 25c.
Tuesday, Oct. 8,1912.
SI 111, I.nWI. TO
\» ( IM'li lit SItAND
MRS. BURTON W. GIBSON;
wife of the New York lawyejl
charged with murdering Countess
Szabo, a client, for her money.
She Is standing by her husband
confident of his innocence.
(Ily United Press l.t-n-«->i Wire.jT
PORTLAND, Ore., Oct. 8. —■ .
Cattle resulters operating in East
ern Oregon and believed to hava
headquarters in this city, have
the farmers of that section on th«
alert today. James T. Johnson,
a Grant county farmer, is mourn
ing the loss of 32 head of rattle
valued at $1,700, which wer«i
driven off his ranch last night.
Piano ana vocal culture. V.,
W. C, A. "Advertisement."
Don't forget those great big
salmon, 25c each. 15th and Dock
streets. "Advertisement
REAL.ESTATE I T,
FOR SALE
5 acres, cloae to lake, just enough!
small fir trees to make It louk Ilk*
a natural park. Would make a
beautiful home, and just the thins
for children and garden. Pried
$475. Have you ever heard of such
a bargain?
HARRY V. SMITH
204-5 Provident Bldg.
GARDEN TRACT
Three acres, 4-room house, new,
1 block from car line, about halt
cleared; good well, wood cut for *
1 year; the best of soil. It will pay;
you to see this. Price $1,400.
J. W. HOOPS & SONS.
224 Xa'l Realty Bldg.
New 2-room house, 2 lots, BOxlti
each, cleared and fenced, woodshed
and chicken-house, city water So
car fare. In southern part of city.
A bargain at $500, on terms. l>;s-~
count for cash.
H. ROBERT PAUL
909 National Realty Bldg.
Acreage Trade, 20 Acres
This tract of land is situated but
an hour's ride from Tacoma, closa
to a small town, near railroad, «
school, stores, etc.; fine soil, suit
able for berries, fruit, truck gar
dening, chicken raising, etc.; will
trade for house or vacant lots or.
will sell for $1,000 cash.
CHAS. M. DAVIS
408-9 National Realty Bldg.
Five Acres for Trude
Cleared, fenced and In crop, all
good soil and lies fine; small >
house; on county road; near school,
car and store. Will sell on very I
easy payments or take part trade, j
KessLnger-Stout Co.
213 Bankers Trust Bldg.
PUYALLUP RANCH
Five acres, all In berries, two
houses located on short line car.
This must be sold. If you want a,
Puyallup bargain,
SEE BURK FOR VALLEY LAND ■
204 Bankers Trust Bldg.
FOR TRADE
20 acres, all In alfalfa; good
house, water right paid. In Yakima
valley. Will take $2,000 or $.!,000
worth of property, balance 6 years
at 6 per cent.
WHITE & ANDERSON!
600 National Bank of Commerce
NEW 4-room bungalow and 2 lot*, "
$1,000; $100 down, balance to milt
yourself. Inquire at Olsen's store.
North 48th and Pearl, for Gallardo.
Crabs, $1.5001 dos.
Trout, 25c lb. .
Salmon, 15c. -
Black Cod, 2 lbs. 2Sc. ."-',
Rock Cod, 15c. - ■ ■"'
Sound Smelts, 2 lbs. 25c.
Shrimps, 15c. . ' • r
Codfish, brick, 25c.
Olympla Oysters, . $1 qt. -
Anchovies, quart, 25c :
Kippered Salmon -and Cod. 18c.
Kippered Herring:,' 18c.
VriKetnMra ' ~
Celery, bunch, o-6-10c :-.-' '
Green Corn, 200. , . -.
Cucumbers, dox., 20c.
Green and Wax Beans Bo lb.
Tomatoes, 2 lbs. for 15c.
Squash, lb., 2c. ' . . '"■'
Bell Peppers, lb., 10c. *'.'-i
Egg Plant, lb., 10c. : '-'
Globe Onions, 6 lbs. 10c -.- : «,V-
Beets, Carrots Turnips, Onions,.
Radishes, all '■'- bunch : stuff, 11
bunches for Be. . .-■■ - ■■* „ ".,
Cabbage, 6@loc. .."-'-: - t •
Potates, sack, 75c ;f■.'•■'•.•.' .■■"■• '-h •
Spinach, lb., sc. - » '-» _: ' ■
Sweet Potatoes, selected, 8 lbs. 25eu
iii i-iiou. ( in.i:m.: and I-KiGS
Butter, tub, 35c lb., 3 lbs. $I.oo. •■'.''•'"*
Best. tub, 87c lb., 8 lbs. 11.06. c ■],}',
Fancy Bricks, ' 38c.:-■ .. Q*^;
Washington, (!Bc. '•-" -S
Oregon, Ssc, 3 lbs. 11.00. :C'.£'7si
'"•■" ■■""'' >■■'•-' Cbtcn ■ •» ■i"^al.--
Tllamook, 20c. .-. , »,- -•-•,.;>.:«■-
Wisconsin,-20c "^Sv
New York, SOc. - "■";-,3.^:
Imported Swiss, 40c ' '< .*r_y,v> ■■»<*'
Roquefort, *0c .•; >„ ;.'' '^J'^!-:i''^Jp.''S i
, Fresh i Bench, fancy, ■Uc'H'v^-Ai '■
Regular, , Eastern., JOe ■•-■< '"'r' ';■■'* u~?i
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