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I HEART BEATS OF^OMA'S BUSY LIFE ARE TIMES WANT ADS
RATES FOR CLASSIFIED "WANT"
ADVERTISEMENTS
One cent a word, to per line each Insertion for ail lines of bualneaa.
Four Insertions for the price of three for cash In advance.
No advertisement taken for less than 16 cents each Insertion.
All mall orders must be accompanied with the cash.
TUB TIHK9 IS TACOMA'!* WK KISCICIVB ADS BY
«\I.V imih'i;mii v r asahyaflwiß> I'UOMi. OUR NVMBBIt
NK\vsi'Ari:ii is mum la
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
KSTABLIgHED 1883
COMMONWEALTH TITLE TRUST
Co.. The Competent. Tel. Main 101.
109 So. 10th St.
TACOMA TITLE CO.. the competi
tor, cor. Fidelity Bldg. Main 2194
AMIIULANCE9
(04 A st. Stables 6th ft St. Helens. T.
C. ft B. Trans. Co. Main 4».
t»AC. TRANSFER CO.. Main 61.
ASSAYEH
Allen McCullough, B. A., mining en
gineer, chemist; smelter shipments
Superintended. 1142 I>■ Main 3007.
ATTORNEYS
V. A. Latcham. attorney-at-law.
403-5 Berlin bld>t Main -'-■">
UOOTISLACK STANDS
GOLD GROUND — Ladles and rents
Pest shine In city. lII2VJ, Pac. ay.
TACOMA SHOE SHINING PAULO US
—We cater to ladies and children.
12 chairs. 907 Va I'itciflc .iv.
BLUE PRINTING
Nicholson, sun and electric printing.
_ 803-7 Fidelity Hldg. Main 47 »■
11111.11 l CONTHACTOHS
HOUSES built ami part of money
Unl. 206 Equitable.
BLACKSMITH AND PLUMBING
BUPPUES.
.»*--■-■ i.n - —■-j-u~-ru*inr--rij-i.r j-ij-j-u-^ru-^xru
BLACKSMITHS' and plumbers' sup
plies, machinery. Coast 2d Hand
IIUw. Co., 1534 Com, st. Alain 33U7.
BAKERY.
THADEN'B Bakery & Coffee House
"The Millionaire's Club," all
Commerce at.
BOWLIXG ALLEY.
OLD TOWN BOWLING ALLEY,
2414 No. 30th. Come once, come
again. ______^____
CARPET SWEEPERS
REPAIRED
l**^^v-.- M - w - M^u-^>j^^-u-l^u-uvTij-u-u-a-u-o-Lnj-Ln_r l jxi
Tac Furniture ft Repair Co.. ape
_ clallsu. 1107 So. 11th. Main 9743.
CARPENTER SHOP
NEW and repair work. a. II Eg-
Kle»ton. 180 C Court C. Main' 1773
CIRCULAR LETTERS
■^ *■■■■■■„ u-u-u-Lrxji^Purx/^inyv^ jtjx^u>/v^^%jM
Typewritten circular letters, etc.
Tacoma Duplicating Co.. Chamber
of O Com. Bid.. TftCOm*- Ma'° 664.
Proctor 1621.
CARPET CLEANERS
YAK KLEAN Vacuum Cleaner; will
rent you machine or furnish com
petent operator. Main 2764.
"Vih 'iouCK—Carpet beating, re
fitting and laying; feather reno
vating and upholstering. 28U <th
ay. Main 326.
CIVIL ENGINEER INO
Nicholson, lot surveys, platting
gen, engineering. 608-7 Fid. Bid.
CLEANING AND DYE WORKS
LUCKEY'S DYE WORKS. 738 St
Helens. Gents' suit, skirt or Jacket
cleaned and pressed 60c up. Quick
calls and delivery. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Main TIM.
1. A. DONALDSON. 311 Dth st. 20
years' experience. Tel. Main 7480
CLEANING AND PRESSING.
BOSTON CLEANERS^-Sults" "clean
ed and pressed. 60° up. 620 So.
DRESSMAKING.
WORK guaranteed. 714 Fidelity
. Bldg.. 11th and C. Main G4HS>,
DURABLE PLUMIUNG
tw-»r..-..n. M j'-». r^-w\^<^^t -, ri r r.^annAnj.^fuv^
DO you appreciate the Importance
of having your plumbing done
. right? Our guarantee and work
manship Insure plumbing perfec
tlon. Wm. 1). Coffeo Plmg. Co.
ELECTRICAL REPAIRS
COLEMAN A HAHN EIJSCTRIC CO
Motors and generators repaired
armature winding, general repair-
Ing. 1123 A at. Phone Main 6327.
FORWARDING COMPANY. ~
NORTHWF.ST FORWARDINQ COM
PANY. Household goods, ma
chinery, pianos and nutomoblles as
• einbled and forwarded to all points.
Bee us. 2019 Pacific ay. Main 397.
_^ HOTELS
THE'WJLTWYCk
'■' 1316 80. D st
i.'J" y room J a bright ouUlde room,
with hot and cold water, hot water
heat, largo roomy closet; 2 block*
from business center; free baths
and phone. Rates $2.(0 per week
up. Tran»lent and $1.00.
Kingston Hotel ~
Bteam heat, hot water. $2.50 to $5 00
per week, 50c, 76c. $1.00 per day.
lISH So. 11th, cor D st.
A. few more steam heated rooms at
■ Alaskan Hotel. 14th and Pacific.
HOTEL PIERCE. 919vT~SO- C ST
■ Newly fur, steam heated.
BOSTWICK HOTEL, 758*4 C st
Newly furnished. m
HOTEL GORDON — Good clean
rooms. 25c and up. "°s>t ¥™
•v.. Main 1809.
HOTEL • GRAYS HARBOR, under
new management. 1609 Commerce.
." C. . Frederlcksen. Manager.
BAKER Hotel, 731 Commerce iT
: Board, and room. Mis. Merrltt
prop. -. :..- ,
LAWRENCE hotel—Rooms $2.0*
week up. 1 block from P. O. and
Municipal dock. • -
MASBASOIT HOTEL. 17 th and C
- sts., two blocks from depot Urns.
tSe, |to and 500 night; IUI. $I*o
and $2.00 week. Meals Ho up.
* COLONIAL, opp. city ball. Dandy
r «. v beds. ■-- .-■•->■■ y■- ■ -.■■ ; • ■■-, - _--„: .... ■
WHITE'S HOTEL— furnished
>- transient and " rreekly, ' 160 and
IHc 110H Bu. 14th. near Pacific
HOTEI, VICTORIA — New. modern.
pac fireproof bldg. < Rooms . SOe. 71a
anil up. 1316 So. C Phone M. #414
PAINTING . * i PAPEHIIAXGING
VRANK jp, HANSSON. 7t( St Kel
„••: ens ay. Phone Main (141. ;
HACKS FOR FUNERALS
Tocamo cemetery, $4; Catholic cent
etery. $5. Pac. Trans. Co. Main t\.
HAHNKSSMAKKR.
MANUFACTURER of leather goods,
suit cases, etc. A. F. lloska, 1307
Pacific ay.
MOM TO LOAN
REAL ESTATE LOANS, ANY AMT.
_Fettlg ft Uusselle, Berlin Bldg.
SEE me for money. Ueo. Walter
Russell, 312 Equitable Bldg.
MONEY on real estate? Daniel Mc-
Gregor, 310 Berlin Uldg.
ONE hundred u:id up to loan. Len-
nox Investment Co.. 206 Equitable.
MORTGAGE loans for uny amount.
Allyn-HIU Co.. IIS South 12t_h_ st.
MONEY TO LOAN, plenty of ltT low"
cst rates, no delay. Gunstcn-
Heath CO.
OUR OWN UOXKV TO LOAN
Upon City and Farm Property.
Low Charges; no Delay.
W. N. DOUB A CO.. INC.
07 Fidelity Bldg. Main 468
1 HAVE just received (everul
thousand dollars to loan a 7 and
8 per cent. Inquire J. L. ttnapp, 1218
fidelity Bldg.
5, 6 and 7 PER CENT
On Improved real estate or for
building. Money advanced as build
ing progresses.
L. It. Mantling aY Co.. Equitable Bid.
MORTGAGE LOANS In amounts
from $300 up; low rates; no delay.
NORTON ft CO.. 210-11 Berlin Bldg.
MONEY to loan on real estate, any
amount from $300 to $25,000. H. V.
Smith. 204 Provident Bldg.
LOANS for home building or to
pay off old mortgage. Lowest
rates, special privileges to borrow
era—3 to 8 years. Money always on
hand— no delay.
H. J. SCHWINN A CO.. Inc.
216-218 Taconn Bid*.
ON Imp. real estate. L N. Hansen
& Co.. Tacoma Bldg. 11th ft A St.
SALARY AM) CHATTEL LOANS
CHATTEL LOANS ..".^1..! ". '''.I
$$$$$$$$$
Open evenings
CHRISTMAS MONEY
Within the reach of all
$10, $25 $-,0, ITS, $100
LOANS BOOT IAT D
For nny one Btaadily employed
Our rates are the lowest
Our payments easiest
Rebate given If paid before due
NO MORTGAGE. NO INDORSIiR.
NO PUBLICITY
CALL AND BBS US
STATE SECURITY COMPANY
307 California Uldg.
OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL 9
O'CLOCK
FROM DEC. 7TH TO XMAS .
$$$$$$$$$
CHATTEL LOANS. SALARY LOANS
1 propose to make loans at a
lower rate than you can get any
where in Washington until the
newspapers and philanthropists
provide a cheaper place. Then I'll
quit or compete. My business is
conducted along courteous, busi
ness-like and humantarlan princi
ples. You can get $5 to $100 today,
and If our contract Is not satisfac
tory I'll cheerfully accept my
money back in 24 hours without
cost. SEE ME. Then try others.
D. i>. Drake, 1410 National Realty
Bldg.
BOB'S LOAN OFFICE
We loan money on watches, cloth-
Ing all goods of value. 1307 Com.
SHORT TERM CHATTEL LOANS.
418 CALIFORNIA IILDQ.
MEDICATED VAPOR UATHS
MEDICATED VAPOR BATHS
Cures rheumatism and kidney dis
eases. 769 So. C st. Main 5284.
MOVING AND STORAGE.
PAC. TRANSFER CO.. Main t4.
COMMERCIAL 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
east. Office corner 19th and Pacific.
Main 70(.
FIDELITY TRANSFER. &
STORAGE CO.
1722 Pacific avenue, two large ware
houses. We pack, ship, move and
store everything; rooms under lock
and for household goods and mdao.
Main 210.
PHYSICIANS
DR. WARREN BROWN. General
office practice and akin and
venereal diseases. 206 Equitable
RHEUMATISM, GOUT? Electric
Bake Oven Baths, 102114 So. 11th '
St., cor K. Lady attendants. Jos. '
Weyer. M. T. Phone Main 7008.
DR. ROBB. 302 Provident. Main '.
8778. Chronic diseases, general '
medicine. ,
DR. FOREMAN, SURGEON. *
Bankers Trust Uldg.
DR. PAUL. PHYS. & SURQ. X-RAY. '
1111-12-13 Fidelity Bldg. (
ORIENTAL—Dr. K. Ito. disease of I
genlto-urlnary. 1612 C Main 9787 1
Dr. Yocum moved Natl. Realty Bldg.
Day. Main 600; night. Main 7500.
DR. JAS. A. LA GASA—Diseases of ,'
women and surgery. Genlto-urln
ary diseases, 3d floor Natl. Realty .
Bids;. Hours 2-4 and 7-8. I
DR. J. W. CLINE. 3529 McKlnley .
ay. Surgery and general practice.
Phones: Office Main 264; Res. Main
7389. - '
DR. C. E. CASE, surgeon, gynecolo- -
gist Office 1114 Vi So. Kit Res- <
Idence 1010 So. 12th St. Phones: '
Office, Main 6887; res.. Main 693.
DR. THYNG. SURQRON '.
Surgery and consultation only. t.
1201-1206 Fidelity Bldg. Main 400. '
UNDERTAKERS.
0. O. LYNN CO.— Funeral Directors.
910-12 Tacoma ay. Main 7745. c
SHOE REPAIRING
Quick Shoe Repair Shop, 91« Com.: \
reasonable, bast work. Main 4419.
Werner A Moe. • Oonoyeir quick i
Shoe Repair Co.. 938 Commerce.
.-- SCAVENGERS if [
OLIVER • HENRY. Tacoma Garbage >
Co. Main 6406. Contracts mad* ■
Cor cleaning yards, vnults and eeas- ,
pools. . garbage removed by month. *
AMERICAN . GARBAGE . CO. — R«- i
moving garbage and refuse of all
kinds. ll* Puy. ■*>. M. 141. res. IS**. I
- ' . ' ,\ _ ■ ._.. .. . V _ .
RENT
MISCELLANEOUS
FARM FOR MNT^^^
160-acre dairy farm for rent,
close to city and school.
R. RINNE
Real Estate. 80. 11th & K.
BY responsible party, two persons,
wanted to rent a modern house
with bath and electric lights, 4 or
6 rooms, within 3 blocks of car.
Box F-2. Times
FOR RENT—Furnished, 100-acre
dairy ranch, cows, bees separa
tors and all Implements, 1 mile
west of Parkland, known as the
Will Smith place. Reasonable.
Good business. Call at the ranch
or write. W. M. Walker, Parkland,
Wash.
HOUSEKEEPQ. ROOMS
FURNISHED rooms for light house
keeping reasonable at the Harri
son Apts., 1306H Tacoma ay.
Furnished housekeeping rooms flu.
week up. IH2 So. D & Jefferson.
TWO nicely furnished front house
keeping: rooms in private flat.
No children. 1101V4 South (} st.
FURNISHED hskpg. rooms cheap,
also single rooms. 2712 So. Yak-
Ima ay.
CUMKOKTARLK Ist and 2d floor
apartments. 324 No. O. Main 8761.
WKI.I, furnished housekeeping and
single, rooms, steam heat, modern
conveniences: reasonable rates. »02
So. C and ilth eta.
THK ANTLERSFurnished hskpg.
rm».: modern: central; 1116 c.
SPECIAL NOTICES
PHONE Main 2846 and we will call
Pantoriutn, »35 Comn»r« St.
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED TO BUST —A farm wagon.
Must bo In good condition. .State
size and price. Address B. O. An
derson. Pujullup, It. F. 1). No. 2,
Box 154.
WANTED—Second furniture
and stoves. J. O. I'urkey, 1315
C st. Main 5539.
RENT -FLATS
ONE 5-room and one 3-room fur
nished flat on So. E St., between
I Mli and 15th.
BERTELSON & CO.
1306>£ Pacific nv. Main 6359
FURNISHSD ROOMS
NICELY furnished room in private
family, reasonable; gentleman
preferred. 4308 So. J st.
FOR RENT—3 Roods rooms on So!
G St., $5.00 per month. Madison
591.
THREE furnished rooms In So. Ta
coma. Main 4852.
NICE, light, clean furnished room
at 19i4 So. D, $2 per week.
NICELY furnished clean rooi.is,
reasonable, at 2SOS So. C st.
SYLVAN, 701 St. Helens, furnished
rooms $1.50 up; hskpg. suites,
steam heat.
IF you have a room—a room which
is not bringing you In any money,
then you arc doing at least two
people an injustice—yourself and a
prospective roomer. You can rent
your room through Times Want Ads
Main 12.
GOOD sleeps, clean baths, sure
calls. The Henry George. 104 12th.
HOTEL MODERN—Nicely furnished
corner rooms; single, $1.25 up;
hskpg., $2.00 up. 1904 D st. and
1945 So. E. Private baths. Free lndy.
FURNISHED rooms. $1 week un
1844 So. Pit _
WOOD AND COAL
PETERSON BROS., hay. grain, poul
try supplies and coal and wood.
10th and K. Phone Main 331.
WALL PAPER
LARGE new stock of wall paper,
very latest designs and patterns.
Acme quality paints, adapted to the
western climate. A. 8. Johnson *
Co.. 1142 C st.
DINNER PARTIES.
and room and board at Mrs. H. Jor
gensen's dining room, above Gill
Drug Co., So. Tacoma.
NUBONK CX>nBETB.
WOVEN TRIPLE WIRE STAY $2 60
UP. MMIC. W. WYNN, 714 FI
DKLITY HLDG. MAIN 6499.
SCALES.
MONEYWEIGHT SCALE CO.'/" 1722
Pacific ay. New scales meat
cutters, cheese cutters.
UNDERTAKERS.
SO. TACOMA FUNERAL PARLORS,
5433 Union ay. Main 1082. Geo.
W. Piper.
OSTEOPATH PHYSICIANS
DR. STOTENBUR. Office 422 Bank
era Trust Bldg. Main »60». Res.
Main 9610.
PRINTING
COMMERCIAL BINDERY * PTQ.
CO., Inc., 756-768 Commerce st
Phone Main 41T. Printers, Binders.
Loose leaf devices.
POSTAL PHOTOS
CIO to Everybody's Studio, 1135 So.
C at. for real photo postals.
BEST place for up-to-date photo
novelties. Owl Studio, 1126 C st.
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER
127 Cal. Bldg, Phone Main 3427. ,
lla Bavage-Scofleld Dldg. M. 6*B. ]
PATENT ATTORNEYS i
Elliott. «10 Bkrs. Trust Patents. i
rrs.de Marks. Drawings. Main «77». 1
RAZORS SHARPENED
WE sharpen safety raior blades.
All work guaranteed. Vlrges Drug <
Co.. 11» Pad to ay. j
SAMPLE SHOE SHOP.
WRIOHT'S, sth floor Cal Bldg. '
Women's, men's and children's
ihoei, $2.00 and $2.50. ■ J
■.\. WINES AND LIQCORS
rir-^-M-^v-.-W^w-W^^M-..; 1 .^,,»^5/s J r_-_-.-_r n ,-. ruvvuv
LANOERT LIQUOR CO., 1325 C St., I
. wholesale « and "S family ■ trade I
lollclted. Free delivery. Main 6028. '
TAILORS. rv*".
AJJDItEW HINOSETH the tailor for I
men and women; 1011 80. 11th. I
Phone Main 4177. . ■-
THE TACOMA TIMES.
TO TURN THOSE LOTS
INTO REAL MONEY?
I .- THEN USE THE |
HELP—FEMALE
WANTED—GirI for general house
_, work. Apply 2311 No. 28th St.
Take Old Town car.
WANTED— to learn hair dress
ing, hair work and manicuring,
etc. 1108 6th ay.
COMPETENT girl for general
housework. Apply 720 No. X st.
A neat housekeeper can find a good
home and small pay for light
services. Box E-2, Times.
GIRL for general houseworK, 2 in
family. Apply at 515 No. J morn-
Ings or 1138 Pacific ay. afternoons.
TRY our 60c FAMILY WASHING.
Famous Washing Co. Main 6464.
TAILORS' ana dressmakers' tup
piles. Albert E. Baur Co.. 317 11th.
CANCERS cured without knife or
plaster; consultation free; Stephen
Johnson, school housa crossing.
Fern HIIL
Weinstone.ladles'sults $10 UD.6OS »ta
Situations- -Female "
WANTED—Day work, such as
sweeping- and cleaning. Miss
Brown, 1004 So. 9th. Main 3992. V
Family Washing 50c'
Main 2672 , -
Metropolitan Wet Wash Laundry
HELP—MALE
~~~—
WANTED—A building contractor to
figure on plans. One who will ac
cept North End property (2 blocks
from Point Defiance car ling)' In
payment for same. Phone Proctor
2841-Y.
AUTOMOBILE SCHOOL Special
rates for 10 days. 1912 Jefferson
ay. ■..-,
Say _1 saw It In the Times".
BUSY MEN AND WOMEN "unH it
convenient to telephone their For
Sale and Want Ads to The Times.
Main 12. Only one cent a word.
Situations—Male
YOUNG man stenographer will
will furnish Ills own dictaphone
and will accept a position for the
coming year. Can give best of ref
erences and bond. Box G-211, Times
PAPER HANGER wants work by
day or Job. Chrlstensen, 1523
South E st. Tel. Main 4038.
YOUNG man, high school education,
wants to learn electrical business.
Address C. H. care Times.
RENT—HOUSES
FOR RENT—6-room house, furnish
ed complete, piano, porcelain bath,
electric lights and gas range. Rea
sonable rent to right party. 3536
So. Tacoma ay.
FOR RENTModern 7-room house;
fine location; 6th add.; owner
would exchange board for rent.
Phone Madison 175.
FOR RENT 4 rooms and pantry,
chicken yard, light and water free
Cheap. Call Proctor 1104.
7-ROOM house for rent, modern,
within walking distance. 814
So. 10th st. Inquire at 1001 So. I.
FOR RENT—Cosy 4^r cottage
porcelain plumbing, electric lights
and gas. See owner, 604 So. I st.
FOR RENT—6-room, modern, nice
yard, Point car, $10 per month;
3 furnished rooms. Phone Proctor
748.
FOR RENT—Small 6-room cottage.
$15. 610 So. 3d. Keys at Beutel
Business College. Phone Main 802.
FOR RENT— 3-room house, 9 lots,
East 38th and R. $4 per month. '
Spring creek on place; good place
for chickens. Main 2025. ISd Don
ahue.
RENT a house and we will furnlsb
It for you for cash or easy pay.
ments. Tao. Furniture Co.. »11-1* C
LOST
LOST— pup, female, 6 month*
old, white spot on neck. Reward.
A. C. Hansen, So. 48th and Stevens.
LOST—A blue serge vest about
four or five weeks ago, on E*t.
bet. 15th and 19th. Return to 1644
So. E and receive reward. '''v
LOST — A block locket, crescent
shape. Inside set with small
stones. Will pay reward for cs
turn to 1318 Pacific ay. ■ -V\3
POULTRY AND EGGS
FOR SALE—White Leghorn and
Buff Orpington pullets, layMig;
also 4 cockerels. Reason for selling,
sickness. 5423 Washington st. So.
Tacoma.
FOR SALE—Thoroughbred Duff
Rock laying pullets. March hatch;
$1.00 each, $9.00 for the lot— pul
lets and 1 cockerel. Oakland suit
tlon, Traction car, 3912 So. 3«thV
USE: Electric Insect Powder .'for
chicken lice. Grocers and druc
gluts. Price 25c. --. ■"
SANITARY coops. *ft up. Maln"llS2.
FOR —Standard bred White
Leghorn pullets and cockerels, all
sizes, 30c and up. Home Sundays
or by appointment evenings. Main
8884. Franklin Poultry Farm, 161J
80. Alder. ■ :•.,->.
DURR'S rupe cure for chickens;
"There la no better." 8814 Par.
ay., Tacoma, Wn. • Phone Main
»HM>----' --■• - -:" ..-:■.,,.,
BOOMS AND BOARD
HAT "I : saw ; It ■In the Times"."??'"'
RQOMI with or - without board.
Mrs. Crow. 411 Bo B. stain fl»4.
FOR SALE
MISCELLANEOUS
HEATINQ STOVES
Cast Iron top, polished steel body.
18-inch wood $3.60
20-lhch wood $4.60
24-Inch wood $6.00
Air light, make and renovated.
_. M. H. ULVIN
Tel. Main 6844. 1125 Tacoma Ay
REBUILT auto truck, Kood tires,
cheap. Cull rear of 13U5 So. OJ.
A second-hand separator as fjood as
new. L. 11. Johnson, American
Lake, north side. Main 785Q K-3.
A small rooming house, good loca
tion. Deal with the owner at
100S So. I at. Main 9963.
BERRY PLANTS AT WHOLESALE
PUlCES—itaßpberry, blackberry,
Loganberry, strawberry, currant,
gooseberry, rhubarb and asparagus
in all leading varieties. Write for
prices. F. H. Burglehaus, Sumner,
Wn.
INVALID wheel chair reasonable.
Call at 2208 So. I st. Main 4918.
FO IT R-CYLI ND E U Franklin, ATI
condition; tires nearly new, and
good delivery body; a bargain if
taken at once. See car at 1110 6th
ay. Main 603.
NEW neat furniture of nice little
bungalow reasonable. Must bo
sold, am going east. 5216 No. 45th,
Proctor 1659.
Wood. HEATERS. Coal.
Turkey Bros, has the best wood and
coal combination heaters In the
city THE GREAT WESTERN DU
PLEX, also about 75 other heaters
that we are making a special price
on, both new and second hand, at
Purkey Bros., 1316 So. C St. Main
5043.
FOU 2d hand goods see SIIUETT,
1343 Commerce St.
GET IN TOUCH
In South End, two lots, two-story
house, In ship-shape, assessments
paid. Learn more by calling up
owner, Proctor 1708.
ATTRACTIVE prices on extra Star-
A-Star shingles; any quantity de
livered anywhere; made on upright
from good sound timber. Inquire
Howell-Hill Mill Co., Main 383.
FOR SALE OR TRADE—New mo
tor boat hull, runabout type, to
trade for real estate. 1108 So. I Bt.
ROYAL Visible typewriter, good as
new, cheap for quick sale. Box
O-l, Times.
ONE windmill, hand pump and fix
tures for 40 ft. well, 40 S. C.
White Leghorn pullets (laying), 11
yearling White Leghorns, 7 *Vhite
Hock yearlings, all full bloods and
laying, 8 Philo coops, 1 Cycle
hatcher, 3 gteel wheelbarrows. 6428
So. Cheyenne St., Traction car, Man-
Ito Park.
YOUNG & JOHNSON LUMBER CO.,
Kapowsln, Wn.
FOR SALE—One team of horses,
wagon and harness, one U. S.
separator, one boar and three
ehoats, at Babur place, y% mile
of Harvard station, old Puyallup
line.
APPLES at Johnsons Wharf Gro
cery, Old Town Dock, 45c, 50c, 55c
and GOc per tox.
BELL MARKET
2604 6th ay. Tel. Main 409.
Notice to our patrons and others:
Since we are now Belling for cash
only our prices will be cut on all
meats. Bust of service and quality.
Watch for. our specials each day.
THS EVERGREEN NURSERY, So.
12th and Stevens. We offer very
low prices on fine 2 and 3 year
apple. All leading varieties. Fine
ornamental evergreens, roses, etc.
Phone Proctor 1615.
ASK your deaier for STERLING
brooma, warranted. Tacoma
Broom Factory, 2310 So. 10th.
HORSES from 1000 to 1700 lbs.,
guaranteed. 1322 Commerce. Main
346.
FRESH green ground bone dally.
Tacoma Meat Co.. 1508 Pac. ay.
INVALID chairs for rent. Physlc-
I lans' Supply Co., 954 Commerce.
MITCHELL "mJRsIERY, LarchmonT.
Fruit trees, roses, etc. Main 7871 R6
UVy your trees, roses, berry hol
ly, shrubs. 706 So. O. Main 3139.
JANITORS' bi<u3hes and oupplles.
735 St. Helens ay ;
MOTORCYCLES—EmbIem, Hai'ey-
Davldaon and Excelsior. 1012 So.
11th st.
BIG sale on granlteware, new and
second-hand goods bought and
sold. 1317 Commerce.
SECOND-HAND machinist and car-
I penter tools wanted. Blake,
1339 Commerce at.
CLEAN-UP sale of box top sewing
. machines, all guaranteed; $5.00
buys a good one. 319 11th st. Main
5768.
IF YOU have a fat or fresh cow
to sell, call Boston Market, 2322
Paclflo ay. Main 44».
A FULL Una of heating stoves; get
our prices. Overland Furniture
Co., 1131-3$ Tacoma ay. Main 8727.
TURKEY—SHOOTING—TURKEY
At Hall's Shooting Gallery, 1538
Pacific ay.
ALT HEIDELHERQ BEER
Columbia Brewing Co. Order a
caae. Main !2t.
WANTED to buy household goods?
Wm. Kits-Henry Co., 10? So. 12th.
Tel. Main 8710.
FINK Chinese taaa and silk wean.
Sam Hing Co.. 12(4 t-o. D. ]
ANNOUNCEMENTS
NOTICE—The adjourned an"nuTl
meeting of The Lookout Mining
Company will be held In Rosin's
hall, 921 Commerce st., 8 p. m.
Thursday, December 12, 1912.
T. T. RICHMOND, piano tuner and
repairer, ha 3 moved to 3022 So.
12th. Main 241 H.
ROOMS papered and paper fur
nished $3.50 nr.d up. flight up to
the minute on all kinds of paper
decorations. Estimates given on
all kinds of paper hanging paint
ing, graining and decorating. Ii M.
Wesley. Phono Main 8777.
SIGNS —Johnson will do it for less.
Main 1349. US So. 14th at.
Wanted — Miscellaneous
WANTED TO LKASE—SmaII store
building for 2 years at |11 pur
month. Address 723 Alnsworth.
BUSINES3 CHANCES
MODERN" rooming: house, furnace,
dining; room, at sacrifice. Must
sell at once. Price $SSO. Mrs.
Trambley, 108 So. 9th St.
MUST sell or trade my hotel this
week to go east Best offer takts
It. Box E-l, Tlmrs.
HOUBB of 17 rooms, 12 furnished,
party leaving; city nr:d will sac
rifice. Rent reasonable and loca
tion ideal. 712 So. D st.
FOR SALE—Carpenter shop, fully
equipped with tools. 740 C st.
EXCHANGE ~
WANTED—An automo
bile to exchange for
North End property, two
blocks from the Point
Defiance car line. Phone
Proctor 2841-Y.
FOR Puyallup Valioy lanfl«. see~
Harry V. Snillh 204 Provident Mdg
REAL ESTATE
A B-room home on Traction line,
furnace, poultry runs and small
fruit; cash or very easy terms. Main
9027-L. *
FOR SALE
320-acre rclinqulshinent In East
ern Washington,
H. W. MYERS
428 Perkins Bldg.
BLOCK 30
In southeast Tacoma plat. This
block has 44 big lots all level, sit
uated on the C. M. & p. s. By at
Midland. A great factory site or a
fine farming proposition. This soil
Is excellent. There are five acres
In this block. Acreage Is worth
1400 or over. You can gr«t the
block for
*1100 OR «220 AN AChR
Jesse 0. Thomas, Jr.
Tacoma Building.
THE BIGGEST SNAP
IN TOWN
Twelve level lots, 25x120, on 12th
street car line, 100 bearing fruit
trees, hothouse, chicken house, good
S-fOOm house, |1,250 cash. Must be
sold lv 10 days.
B. RINNE
Real Estate, South 11th nnd X.
By owner cheap, B-room house,
bath, 3 lots, walking distance. Will
consider trade for ranch. Value. 12 -
000. Call evenlngß 2005 So. 23d
Snap. 2 fine corner lots 60x142,
'■room house, shop: grading done;
$1900, terms. 3636 East Q and 37th.
Beautiful Manito Grove lots now
on sale. Come out on Traction
car Sunday or call Pacific Realty
Corpn., 209 Realty Bldg., Main 422.
Wm. Petrlc, sales agent.
I have a few Port Angeles lots
to offer for a few days at $20
each. Better Bee me at once, as
things are jumping there at the
present time.
T. \V.
604 National Realty lildg
Main 873.
Evening Phone, Main 4678.
FOR SALE OR TRADE
fl-room modern house, 80x100 ft.
on corner, 2 blocks from 6th ay.
car and 4 fr.ora lith .st. car; 4 larjre
clothes closets, bath. Will take
some lots and some money, long
time on half of It. Address C H
Jones, Gil. So. 7th st. Phone Main
A HOME FOR JRO DOWN
We have two houses In
course of construction In
the North End, 6 rooms
each and of very conven
ient arrangement and at
tractive design. We will
gladly show you the
plans for these houses
and will make any
changes to suit your
Ideas In finishing them.
Will sell on easy terms,
150 down and 122.50
monthly Including Inter
est.
NEW JERSEY MORT
GAGE LOAN CO.
11l So. 10th St.
FOR SALE
How would you like to move
right In a nice modern 5-room bun
falow and pay for it came as rent?
f so, phone m«, Proctor 1672. E.
D. Murphy, owner.
Specials in the Day's News
STOCKTON, Cal., Dec. 10.—Ten carloads of San JOftQttiS onions
will be shipped by the Stockton chamber of commerce to Chicago, as
Stockton's Christmas gift to the poor.
LOS ANGELES, Dec. 10.— J. D. Collins had $3,500 and he
buried it beneath a shade tree in Elysian park. In his wife's suit
for divorce he testified she ferreted it out and dug it up. lie must
pay $100 a month until the court locates the poke.
LOS ANGELES, Dec. 10. —Traffic Officer Wise refused to leave
his post when his own home caught fire, and Policeman Frigg took
the detail. Frigg phoned bulletins on the fire progress to his
friend. The house was insured.
PORTLAND, Ore., Dec. 10.—John Ramm, juror, couldn't de
cide against a cafe alleged to have sold liquor illicitly because the
chili concarne sold there was his favorite dish.
"Would starve to death if they closed that place up," he re
marked. Hung jury.
PORTLAND, Ore., Dec. 10.—"Guesh Woodrow'U have to take
quantity out of Kansas 'fore 'c will make it prohibitish," declared
Sam Long, habitual "souse," to an officer. Sam's harangue tipped
off his veal condition. Sam is tod ay describing circles with a sledge
hammer.
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 10. —Teetotaling with the name of.
Louis Licker is a hard proposition, according to that individual,
who is in jail because he tried to absorb too much "licker" and
then lick everybody in sight.
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 10.—An exciting "silent" drama was
enacted in Cupid Munson's office when Ralph Motor and Grace Cloer,
mutes, applied for a marriage license while Meier's father protest
ed vigorously in the sign language. Munuon failed to comprehen'W
CHUISTIANIA, Dec. 10.—For the first time since the establish
ment of the Nobel foundation, the committee of the Norwegian par
liament will not award the $40,00 0 Nobel peace prizo this year.
TACOMA MAN KILLED WHEN
BARN DOOR FALLS ON NECK
real estate
_„ notice"
I will sacrifice 5 lots, all cleared.
Rood '.'-room house and a large hen
house, 7 fruit trees, 5c fare and
close to car line, on very easy
terms. See owner, 2814 East D, be
tween 6:00 and S:00 evenings.
$7 PER MONTH HOME
ONLY $350
Two good level lots and a 3-room
house ready to move into, located
in a good suburb of Tacoma; Be
car fare; $15 down will handle It.
J. M. CURTIS & CO.
314 Bankers Trust Rids.
ONE LOT GIVEN AWAY
To the purchaser of my 4 fine
lots I will fflvo a fifth lot abso
lutely free. No. 16th and Washing
ton sts., N. E. corner. A-l title.
Look them over. Best offer takes
them, cash or terms to suit. Owner.
Address G. F. Messer, M. IX. 122
East Heron St., Aberdeen, Wn.
5 acresm on Puyallup car line $500
the best soil; 2 minutes to station.
Stettka, 5216 So. Warner.
A MODERN HOME CLOSE IN
5 rooms and sleeping porch, all
in first class condition, lawn and
roses, all Improvements in and paid,
half block from Point car line,
walking distance. Price $2500.
11. U. LAKE
403 Perkins Dldg.
For sale, home in Puyallup. Ap
ply 708 So. 9th St., Tacoma,
An Improved 20-aere farm near
Edgcwood. For particulars write
Mrs. Bertha Robinson, Route No. 4,
Box 53, Tacoma.
"~~ RANCH PROPERTIES
We have several ranches both Im
proved and unimproved, for sale or
trade for Tacoma property or bus
iness. Some very fine dairy ranches
in Lewis county and orchard or hay
ranches in Yakima valley.
Tacoma 11. E. Agency
304 Bcrnice Bids.
SOME DAIRY
and many of them, and that's the
stuff nowadays. Here's a dandy:
40 acres with cows; 24 acres with
cows and chickens; 10 acres well
Improved; a fine home. These are
offered very cheap and some of
them can be bought on easy terms
and some are cash. Come and see
me.
O. N. JOHNS
203 California Bldg.
GET THIS TRADE
160-acre wheat farm in Douglas
county. Wash., 100 acres In wheat
next year, second crop (no worn out
land), 25 acres more can be crop
ped; small house and stable; rented
for one-third of crop delivered; 8
ft. well, plenty of water. Want
small house, 4 to 6 rooms, lots or
small acreage close in. Price
$20, worth $25. Act quickly on this.
We can sell or trade your prop
erty—try us.
SEE BURK FOR VALLEY LAND
201 Backers Trust Bldg.
Rent Money Buy* Thin Home
New 4-room house on 2 good lots,
one bloc 1} to car. Price $1000. An
other, 5 rooms, $1200. A little
down, balance monthly. Loans. In
surance.
Juda-ea & Hill, 314 Bankers Trust
Fine suburban bungalow of 5
rooms and 12 lots at a sacrifice;
part cash and balance on time, or
will exchange for good rooming
house of equal value. Main 9888.
1 TIME ;|||fl!
IS MONEY 11 £
TIMES liiiiiiS
WANT ADS
MAKE H
, , : •- AND SAVE
T!£ Money
* £ FOR YOU!
I I ; J
Tuesday, Dec. 10, 1912.
While repairing a sli.ilng door
at his father* pickling works on
Monday. Anthony J. Hammer, ,"!8
years old, wan caught under
neath tin; door when it fell and
his neck broken. He diej on the
way to the hospital.
Hammer lived at 3007 South
12th street.
He leaves a father, mother
and throe sisters. Remains are
at ollska-Buekk-y-King's.
hi7high-ups
LOS ANC.ELES. Cal., Doc 10.—
John Baker Anderson, former
secretary to Mayor Alexander and
F. M. Choate, deposed city prose
cutor, are under indictment today
on charges of having caused the*,
false Imprisonment of K. W.
Lloyd, a witness in the case ot
former City Prosecutor Guy Kd
die, who is charged with contrib
uting to the delinquency of a
Diinor.
RICH CARGO
The Bellerophon, which left
Yokohoma Saturday, is headed
for Tacoma with a cargo of sMk
worth $2,075,000. In addition to
this there is other cargo worth
in all $3,000,000.
WIFE WANTS HKLP.
Claiming to be destitute and
dependent upon her friends for
her food and clothing, Mrs. Eliza
beth Lewis has asked the superior
court to demand of her husband
that he pay her $50 for iinmedl*
ate relief.
THEY'IiL BE HAPPY (?)
Marriage licenses were Issued
today to Thomas Main, Jr., and
Henrietta Hendry, both of Taco
ma; Harry D. Colp and Wllhel
mina Byers, both of Tacoma, and «
C. E. Watkins and Sarah Jordal,
both of Melstone, Mont.
HE IGNORES HER.
Maggie McPherson of Sumnen
hae begun breach of promise pro
ceedings against Jaes Stafford,
and because Stafford has made no
answer to the summons has ask
ed for a judgment by default.
NEW FOG BKfifi
Ships moving about Coinm<jnce»
meat bay and on the sound have
been pretty careful the last few
days owing to the fog. The new «
fog bell put up by the government
was installed Just in time to get
a good tryout. It has been Jing
ling for the last two days with
out interruption.
DODWELL & CO. MOVE
Dodwell & Co., the agents for .
the Blue Funnel liners, will 1 move
from the Berlin building to the
Tacoma building January 1.

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