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ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
■^""ESTABLISHED 1883 ~
COMMONWEALTH TITLE TRUST
Co., The Competent. Tel. Main 101.
109 So. 10th St.
IACOMA TITLE CO.. the competl
tor. cor. Fidelity Bldg. Main 2194
04 A St. Stables Cth & St. Helena. T'
C. £ B. Trans. Co. Main 43.
PAC. TRANSFER CO.. Main 54.
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Allen McCullough. B. A., mining en
gineer, chemist; smelter shipments
superintended. 114 P. Main 3007.
*'. A. Latcham, attorney-at-law.
403-5 Berlin hldg. Main 2240.
— We cater to ladies and children.
12 chairs. 1)07 14 Pacific ay.
GOLD GROUND— Ladles and cents.
Beat shine In city. 11 12 % Pac. ay.
Nicholson, sun and electric printing.
603-7 Fidelity HUlg. Main 474.
BOUSE! built and part of money
l.nt. 206 Equitable.
BLACKSMITH AND PLUMBING
BLACKBMITHB' and plumbers' sup
plies, niiu'hliii'ry. Cuast 2d iiaml
>Idw. Co., 1531 Cum, st. Main 331i7.
THADENS Bakery & Coffee House,
"The Millionaire's Club," 918
OLD TOWN BOWLING ALLEY\
"11l No. 30th. Ci'llli: once, come
— »-- ..... _ II . J L n.- J -_-_-. rurco-n-OJ - un _ rLn-prvn _ n _ fxJxf
NEW and repair work. O. H. Eg
glebtun, 1806 Court C. Main' 1771.
Typewritten circular letters, etc.
Tacoma Duplicating Co., Chamber
of Com. Bid.. Tacoma. Mala 664,
| CARPET CLEANERS
YAK KLEAN Vacuum Cleaner; will
rent you machine or furnish com
petent operator. Main 2754.
,H. L. HOUCK— beating, re
j fitting and laying; feather reno
(fating and upholstering. ISIS 6th
|ay. Main lit.
Nicholson, lot surveys, platting.
. gen, engineering. 601-7 Fid, Bid.
CLEANING AND DYE WORKS
LUCKEY'B DYS works," 738 St
Helens. Gents' suit, skirt or jacket
cleaned and crossed 60c up. Quick
calls and delivery. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Main 7161.
1. A. DONALDSON, til 9th St., 20
' years' experience. Tel. Main 7480
CLEANING AND PRESSING.
' ed and pressed, 60c up. 620 So.
■ ■ ■.-.- -■-■-i.i.-ii-u-i.ru l _-.ririri.. l .njxi-LrLrt-nj
WORK guaranteed. 714 Fidelity
-■_ Bldg., nth and C. Main 54Hit.
t DURABLE PLUMBING
DO you appreciate the Importance
■ of having your plumbing done
right? Our guarantee and work
manship Insure plumbing perfec
tion. Win. H. Coffea Plmg. Co.
;';.U. ELECTRICAL REPAIRS
COLEMAN A HAHN ELECTRIC CO
- Motors and generators repaired:
armature winding, general repair-
Ing. 1123 A st Phone Main 6327.
FORWARDING COMPANY. ~
NORTHWEST FORWARDING' COM
• PANY. Household goods, ma
chinery, pianos and automobiles as
sembled and forwarded to all points.
Bee us. 2019 Pacific ay. Main 397.
_ 111 C 80. D at
ET.'^i. .oom * b, «ht outside room,
with hot and cold water, hot water
neat, large roomy closet: 2 blocks
from business center; free baths
•nd phone. Rates 12.50 per week
up. Transient 100 and $1.00.
Steam heat, hot water, $*.50 to $5 00
per week, 60c. 75c, $1.00 per day.
II6V. So. llth, cor D st. *
A few more steam heated rooms at
• Alaskan Hotel. 14th and Pacific.
HOTEL PIERCE. 919% SO. C ST.
[ ■ Newly fur, steam heated.
BOBTWICK lIOTELi 758 V& C st
Newly furnished. ■ - ______"
HOTEL GORDON — Good ci^an
rooms, 26c and up. 1306 ft Pac.
ay.. Main 1809.
HOTEL GRAYS HAnBOR, under
; new management. 1609 Commerce.
•C. Frednrlcksen. Manager. • • - •
- BAKER Hotel. 711 "Commerce iTT
Board and room. Mia. Iferrltt
MARSASOIT HOTEL, 17th and C
sts., two blocks from depot. Rms.
15c. »}« i and too night; $1.26 $1.60
and $2.00 week. Meals '6o up.
COIX>NIAU opp. city ball. Dandy
-■■". beds. i " ■ . ■■■ ■ . -
' WHITE'S HOTEL— furnished
• 'transient and t eekly. . J6c and
»0c lIOH So. 14th. near Paclflq
HOTBL VICTORIA — New, modern.
. fireproof bid*. Rooms 60c. 76s
»nd up, 1316H So. C Phone M. »454
;*r4" - WALL PAPER
I LAROK new stock of wall paper,
» very latest designs and patterns.
Acme quality paints, adapted to the
western climate. «A. 8. Johnson «V
; Co.. 1142 C st. ?-- ~
% £*-; RAZORS SHARPENED /
WB sharpen safety" raxor blades.
All work guaranteed. Vlrg-es Drug
Co., 1124 Pacific »r.
HACKS FOR FUNERALS
Tocamo cemetery. $4; Catholic cem
etery, $5 Pac Trans. Co. Main 61
MANUFACTURER of leather goods,
suit cases, el«, A. F. Ho«ka, 1307
MONEY TO LOAN
REAL ESTATE LOANS, ANY AMT.
Fettig & Busselle, Berlin Bids.
SEE me for money. Geo. Walter
Russell. 312 Equitable Bldg.
PRIVATE funds to loan on real es
tate at 8 per cent; no commission.
Address 11-1, Times.
MONEY on real estate. Daniel Mc-
Gregor, 310 Berlin Bldg.
ONE hundred and up to loan. Len
nox Investment Co.. 206 Equitable.
MORTGAGE loans for any amount.
Allyn-Hill Co., 118 South mh St.
WANTED to loan money on good
Tacoma property, Box G-250,
MONEY TO LOAN, plenty of It. low
est rates, no delay. Uunston-
OUR OWN MONEY TO LOAN
Upon City and Farm Property.
Low Charges; no Delay.
W. N. DOUB & CO.. INC.
707 Fidelity Bldg. Main 461.
I HAVE just received several
thousand dollars to loan a 1 and
8 per cent. Inquire J. L. bnapp, 1219
5, 6 and 7 PER CENT
On Improved real estate or for
building. Money advanced as build
L. H. Manning & Co.. Equitable Bid.
MORTGAGE LOANS In amounts I
from $300 up; low rates; no delay.
NORTON * CO.. 210-11 Berlin Bldg.
MONEY to loan on real estate, any
amount from $300 to $25,000. 11. V.
Smith, 204 Provident Bldg.
LOANS for homo building or to
pay off old mortgage. Lowest
rates, special privileges to borrow
ers—3 to 8 years. Money always on
H. J. SCHWINN & CO.. Inc.
216-219 Tacoma Bldg.
ON Imp. real estate. L. N. Hansen
& Co.. Tacoma Bids. 11th * A at.
SALARY AM) CHATTEL LOANS
% T~~s I * $T~~s $
Within the reach of all
$10, $25 $50, $75, $100
For any one steadily employed
Our rates are the lowest
Our payments easiest
Rebate riven If paid before due
NO MORTGAGE. NO INDORSE!!.
CALL AND SEE US
STATE SECURITY COMPANY
307 California Hldg.
OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL 9
FROM DEC. 7TU TO XMAS
CHATTEL LOANS. SALARY LOANS
I 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 $100 today,
and If our contract Is not satisfac
tory I'll cheerfully accept my
money back In 24 hours without
cost. SEE ME. Then try others.
D. D. Drake, 1410 National Realty
BOB'S LOAN OFFICE
We loan money on watches, cloth-
Ing all goods of value. 1307 Com.
SHORT TERM CHATTEL LOANa
418 CALIFORNIA BLDQ.
MEDICATED VAI'OR BATHS
MEDICATED VAPOR BATHS
Cures rheumatism and kidney dis
eases. 769 So. C St. Main 8284.
MOVING AND STORAGE.
PAC. TRANSFER CO.. Main 64.
COMMERCIAL TRUCK CO.; 2 larg
est and best warehouses In city.
Large furniture vans, express
wagons and motor trucks. Packing
by experts. Reduced freight rates to
east. Office corner 19th and Pacific.
FIDELITY TRANSFER *
1712 Pacific avenue, two large ware
houses. We pack, ship, move and
store everything; rooms under lock
and for household goods and mil jo.
DR. WARREN BROWN. General
office practice and skin and
venereal diseases. 206 Equitable
RHEUMATISM, GOUT? Electric
Bako Oven Baths, 1021% So. 11th
St., cor K. Lady attendants. Jos.
Weyer, M. T. Phone Main 7008.
DR ROBB. 302 Provident. Main
3778. Chronic diseases, general
DR. FOREMAN, SURGEON.
• " Bankers Trust Bldg.
DR. PAUL. PHYS. * SURO. X-RAY.
1111-12-1$ Fidelity Bldg.
ORIENTAL Dr. K. Ito, disease of
genitourinary. 1513 C. Main 9787
Dr. Yocum moved Natl. Realty Bid*.
Day. Main 600; night. Main 7600.
DR. JAR A. LA OASA—Diseases of
women and surgery. Genlto-urln
ary diseases. Id floor Natl. Realty
Bldg. Hours 8-4 and 7-8.
DR J. W. CLINB, 1529 McKlnley
ay. Surgery and general practice
Phones: Office Main 264; Res. Main
DR. C. E. CASE!, surgeon, gynecolo
gist. Office 1114 Vi 80. Kit. Res
idence 1010 So. 12th St. Phones:
Office, Main 6887; res.. Main «9s.
" DR. THYNO. SURGEON
Surgery and consultation only.
1201-1205 Fidelity Bide Main 400.
C. O. LYNN CO.—Funeral Directors.
910-12 Tacoma ay Main 7745.
OLIVER HENRY. Tucoma Garbage
Co. Main (401. .Contracts mad*
for cleaning yards, vaults and cess
pools. Garbage removed by month.
AMERICAN GARBAGE CO. — «•
moving garbage and refuse of all
kinds 216 Pur. ay. M. 74*. res. 78*0.
WANTKD—GirI to work In fruit
stand. Apply 1347 So. C St.
FEMALE alto quartet work, vaude
ville. Must read music. Main
WANTED — A girl for general
housework, must be good plain
rook. Call afternoons at 1624 Natl.
Realty Bldg-. Main 500.
WANTKD—GirI for general house
work. Apply 2311 No. 28th St.
Take Old Town car.
TRY our 60c FAMILY WASHING.
Famous Washing Co. Main 6464.
TAILORS' ana arcsamakers" tup
plies. Albert E. Baur Co.. 317 11th.
CANCKRS cured without knife or
piaetor; consultation free; Stephen
Johnson, school house crosslcg.
Welniitone.ladles'iults 110 up.606 »th
WASHING to take home, 75c per
doz,, Ironing Included, largo and
Binall pieces. Main 6399. •
Family Washing 50c
Metropolitan Wet Wash Laundry
WANTED—A building contractor to
figure on plans. One who will ac
cept North End property (2 blocks
from Point Defiance cur line) In
payment for same. Phone Proctor
Say "I saw It In the Times".
BUSY MEN AND WOMEN "find It
convenient to telephone their For
Sale and Want Ada to The Times.
Main 12. Only one cent ■ word.
HIGH school graduate, 21 years old,
desires position with Tacoma
firm. Address 11-2,, care Tacoma
YOUNG man stenographer will
will furnish his own dictaphone
anil will accept a position Cor the
| coming year. Can give best of ref
erences and bond. Box G-211, Times
An Improved 20-acro farm near
Kdgewood. For particulars write
Mrs. Bertha Robinson, Route No. 4,
Box 53, Taconia.
TACOMA FURNITURE & GENER
AL REPAIR CO. have moved to
723 So. Ith. Main 3850.
T. T. RICHMOND, piano tuner and
repairer, has moved to 3022 So.
12th. Main 2424.
ROOMS papered and paper fur
nished $3.50 and up. Right up to
the minute on all kinds of paper
decorations. Estimates given on
all kinds of paper hanging, paint-
Ing, graining and decorating. E. M.
Wesley. Phono Main 8777.
SlGNS Johnson will do It for less.
Main 1349. 115 80. 14th St.
FOR RENT— Furnished house of 3
rooms at 3814 So. G st. Cull 3812
So. G. Madison 356.
■•ROOM modern bungalow, fur
nished, for rent. Inquire Gordon
Hotel, 13051,4 Pacific ay. Main 180 D.
ROOMS AND BOARD
RAY "I saw It In the- Times."
ROOM! with or without board.
Mr*. Crow. 415 So K. Main 6184.
Quick Shoe Repair Shop, 916 Com.;
reasonable, best work. Main 4419.
Werner * Moe. Gf>"«yrar Quick
Shoe Repair Co.. 938 Commerce.
WOOD AND COAL
PETERSON BROS., hay, grain, poul
try supplies and coal and wood.
lOth and K. Phone Main 331.
PAINTING & PAPERHAXGING
FRANK iV HANSSON. 738 St. Hal
ens ay. Phono Main 6142.
and room and board at Mrs. 11. Jor-
Kcnsen's dining room, above Gill
Drug Co.. So. Tacoma.
WOVEN TRIPLE WIRE STAY $2.50
UP. MMEr-W. WYNN, 714 FI
DKLITY BLDG. MAIN 5498.
MONEYWRIGHT SCALP. CO., 1722
Pacific ay. New scales meat
cutters, cheese cutters.
SO. TACOMA FUNERAL PARLORS,
6433 Union ay. Main 1082. Ueo.
DR. STOTENBUR. Office 422 Bank
ers Trust Bldg. Mala (609. Res.
COMMERCIAL BINDERY 4 PTG.
CO.. Inc., 766-768 Commerce st.
Phone Main 417. Printers, Binders.
Loose leaf devices.
GO to Everybody's Studio, 1135 So.
C st. for real photo postals.
BEST place for up-to-date photo
novelties. Owl Studio. 1126 C st.
427 Cal. Hldg. Phone Main 3127.
113 Bavage-Scofleld Bids;. M. 6«g.
Elliott. «10 Bkrs. Trust Patent..
Trad* Marks. Drawings. Main «77».
SAMPLE SHOE SHOP.
WRIGHT'S, 6th floor Cal. Bldg.
Women's, men's and children's
shoes, 12.00 and 12.50.
WINES AND LIQUORS
LANGERT LIQUOR CO.. 1325 C St..
wholesale and - family trade
solicited. Free delivery. Main 6013.
ANDREW RINOHETH the tailor for
men and woman. 1016 80. 11th.
1......- kj-i- ik 77.
THE TAtfOMA TIMES.
OF THE MODEL GROCERY, COR
NER OF SOUTH 11TH AND D STS ,
BEGINNING SATURDAY, DEC. 14,
AT 0 A. M. GOODS AT ACTUAL
WHOLESALE COST. A COMPLETE
LINE OF STAPLE gROCERIEs!
CANNED FRUITS AND VEGETA
BLES. COFFEE, SUGAR, TEA.
SPICES, BEANS, RiCE, MOLASSKS.
PICKLES, RAISINS. DRIED
FRUITS AND OTHER GOODS
TWO SETS OF COMPUTING
SCALES, SHOW CASKS, DISPLAY
FLOOR CASE. A LARGE REFRIG
ERATOR WHICH COST $250.
SHELVING COFFEE MILL AND A
MISCELLANEOUS OF SMALL FIX
A rooming house of eleven rooms In
A-l condition, good location and
full of good roomers. Deal with
owner. 1108 South 1 street. Main
FOR SALE cheap, feed wagon, all
complete, good repair. So. 74th
and Lawrence st. F. J. Bradley.
FOR SALE—Two complete years of
"Popular" Magazine, 48 volumes,
for $1.50. 819 So| Sheridan.
VISIBLE typewriter, standard key
liojird, good condition. Quick
sale, $:iO. Main 1579 or K-2, Times
FOR SALE—If you want a small
store very cheap, see owner, 405
FOR SALE AT $10 A. MONTH—
Furnished nice 4-room cottage,
Vi acre fine land, right at car sta
tion und school, $050, $150 down.
Chickens with the place. Owner,
FOR SALE —A Jersey and Durham
cow fresh ten days, milking be
tween C and 6 Kallons a day; also
0110 bl»r thoroughbred Jersey. Will
make nico family cow. 2929 South
FOR SALE—Three No. I Jersey
cows. R. A. Chlpman, Summit.
Tnke Old Puyallup car.
DItKSSED turkeys delivered for
Chrlstmax and New Year's to any
residence in the city at 35c per lb.
These birds are home prown and
not cold storage. Send order to
Tanwax Pheasantry, Kapowsln, Wn.
11. S. Koyce, MgT.
FOR SALE —FrosTi cow, Jersey;
half mile south Summit View.
W. A. Booffleur.
FO VR - C VI A N1) f"r Franklin, aH
condition; tires nearly new, and
good delivery body; a bargain if
taken at once. See car at 1110" 6tli
ay. Main CO3.
TWO year old colt, part Shetland,
Welsh! about 600. J. F. Caatle,
2306 A Ht.
FOR SALE CHEAP—2-year-old
Percheon colt, weight 1150 lbs..
Round and gentle. 1945 So. G st.
FOR SALE—Horse, weight 1300,
also let of double harness, mulfs
and double wagon, fly nets 'and
blankets. Phone Proctor 1660.
TEAM cheap, weight 3100 lbs., also
pony, weight 850 lbs. 1547, So.
E st. Main GO2O. '
DRY and prepared ludefisk and
home made dill pickles, whole
pale and retail. M. Johnson, 3Sth
and McKlnley ay. Main 8219.
A small rooming house, good loca
tion. Deal with the owner at
1008 So. I St. Main 9963.
BERRY PLANTS AT WHOLESALE
Loganbnrry, strawberry, currant,
gooseberry, rhubarb and asparaguß
In all leading varieties. Write for
prires. F, H. Uurglehaus, Sumner,
FOR SALE —One 3 year old colt, I
set of single harness and 1 rub
ber tired buggy. Main 8005. 2402
NEW neat furniture or nice little
bungalow reasonable. Must be
sold, am going east. 6216 No. 45th,
FOR 2d hand goods see SHL'ETT,
1343 Commerce st.
ATTRACTIVE~prIces on extra Star-
A-Star shingles; any quantity de
livered anywhere; maile on upright
from good sound timber. Inquire
Howcll-Hlll Mill Co., Main 383.
ROYAL Visible typewriter, good as
new, cheap for quick sale. Box
YOUNG & JOHNSON LUMBER CO..
2604 6th ay. Tel. Main 409.
Notice to our patrons and others:
Since we are now selling for cash
unly our prices will be cut on all
meats. Best of service and quality.
Watch for our specials each day.
THE EVERGREEN NURSERY, So.
12th and Stevens. We offer very
low prices on fine 'I and 3 year
apple. All leading varieties. Fine
ornamental everKreens, roses, etc.
Phone Proctor ICIS.
ASK your dealer for STERLING
brooms. warranted. Tacoma
Broom Factory, 2310 So. 10th.
HORSES from 1000 to 1700 lbs..
guaranteed. 1322 Commeice. Main
FRKSH green ground bone daily.
Tacoma Meat Co., 1608 Pac. !»v.
INVALID chairs for rent. Fhyalc
lans' Supply Co., 954 Commerce.
MITCHELL NURSERY, Larchmont.
Fruit trees, roses, etc. Main 7871 R5
BUy your trees, roses, berry hol
ly, shrubs. 706 So. G. Main 3139.
JANITORS' brushes and supplies
735 HI Helens ay.
MOTORCYCLES—EmbIem, Hai 'c
Davidson and Excelsior. 1012 I
BIG sale on granlteware. new ai
second-hand goods bought ai
sold. 1317 Commerce.
SECOND-HAND machinist and c»
penter tools wanted. Blat
1339 Commerce St.
CLEAN-UP sale of box top sewli
machines, all guaranteed; $6.
buys a good one. 319 11th st. Ma
IF YOU have a fat or fresh c<
to sell, call Boston Market, 13
Pacific ay. Main 449.
A FULL line of heating stoves: g
our prices. Overland Furnltu
Co.. 1131-33 Tacoma ay. Main 871
ALT HEIDELBERG BEER
Columbia Brewing Co. Order
case. Main 22».
WANTED to buy household goods.
Wm. Fltz-Henry Co.. 10? 60. 12th.
Tel. Main m«.
FINE Chinese teas and silk wear.
flam Hlng Co. I*M Ho. D.
LOST—German sliver mesh purse,
containing $1.25, valued as a gift.
Oai South E. Main 9720. IlewHld.
NICELY furnished modern apart
ments of 2 and S roams, reason
able. Ualn 4ML
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED TO BUY—6 or 7-room
bungalow or cottage on 6th ay.
or Point Defiance line; must be
modern throughout, with 2 lots,
close, in and cheap for cash. Box
WANTED—2nd-hand furniture for
3 to 5 rooms on monthly pay
ments at once. Box H Roy. Wn.
WANTED—Dairy ranch, "furnished
complete, near railway or electric
line. Give particulars in first let
ter. Box H, Roy, Wn.
and stoves. J. O. Purkey, 1315
C st. Main 5839.
PHONE Main 1846 and we will calL
Pantorlum. 916 Commerce st.
3-ROOM suite with bath, gas, elec
tric lights. Price $15. Call at
1408 So. J st. or phone Main 6975.
LARGE, well furnished front al
cove room, neat and light, good
bath, one or two gentlemen or man
and wife; reasonable. 923 So. E St.
FURNISHED rooms for light house
keeping reasonable at the Harri
son Apts., 1306 H Tacoma ay.
TWO nicely furnished front honse
keeping rooms In private flat.
No children. 1101 hi South G st.
FURNISHED hskpg. rooms cheap,
also single rooms. 2712 So. Yak
COMFORTABLE Ist and 2d floor
apartments. 324 No. G. Main 8761.
WELL furnished housekeeping" and
single rooms, steam heat, modern
conveniences; reasonable rates. 802
So. C and 9th sts.
THE ANTLERS—Furnished hskpg.
mis.: modern; central; 1116V4 C
TWO nicely furnished rooms in
private family at 1122 So. K.
FOR a man to work, call up the
Henry George, Main 8748.
FOR —Two nice rooms, close
In, by private family; ladles pre
feireil. 1338 So. E st. .
FOR KENT—3 goods rooms on So.
<i st., $5.00 per month. Madison
THREE furnished rooms In So. Ta
coma. Main 4552.
SYLVAN, 701 St. Helens, furnished
rooms $1.50 up; hskpg. suites,
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
HOTEL MODERN—Nicely furnished
corner rooms; single, $1.25 up;
liskpg., $2.00 up. 1904 D St. and
1945 So. E. Private baths. Free Indy.
FURNISHED rooms. 11 week un.
1544 So. D it
POULTRY AND EGGS
FOR SALE—4 large geese, 2 years
old, for breeding. Also one .22
Special rifle. See James Williams,
Midland station, Old Puyallup ear
SPUING roosters for sale, three
kinds, full-blooded. Phone Main
FOR SALEIB fine Barred Rock
pullets and 12 one-year-old liens.
F. W. Sullivan, R. F. D. No. 1, Gig-
FOR —One Hunter Petaluma
brooder stove, latest model,
guaranteed good condition. Kdw.
R. Driese, Main 7808 J-5, R. F. D.
3, Box 4, Tacoma.
WANTED TO BUY—A few fawn
Indian Runner ducks. Address
F-7, Times. State price and strain.
FOR SALE—New Fhllo chicken
houses, cheap. Phone Proctor
USB Electric Insect Powder for
chicken lice. Grocers and drug
gists. Price 25c.
SANITARY coops, $0 up. Main 2132.
FOR SALE— Standard bred White
Leghorn pullets and cockerels, all
sizes, 30c and up. Home Sundays
or by appointment evenings. Main
8684. Franklin Poultry Farm, 1610
DUHR'S rupe cure for chickens;
"There is no better." 3814 Pac.
ay., Tacoma, Wn. Phone Main
N it 6 6 - L.
Wanted — Miscellaneous
WANTED—Acreage near Midland
In exchange for 8-room house
and 214 lots near University of
Pugct Sound. Phone Main 7487.
WANTED—PIain " sewing. Boys"
waists, 26c; ladles' house dress
es, 50c. 3626 So. M St.
WILL pay cash for good second
hand gas range. Phone Main
WANTED— A light milk wagon;
must be good and cheap. Box
8-ROOM. house in South Tacoma,
all modern conveniences, $10 a
month. Main 3341.
FOR RENT—House of 7 rooms, fur
i nlshed or unfurnished, on L St.,
near Sixth aye. Phone Madison 176.
I "OR RENT6-room. modern, nice
' yard, Point car, $10 per month;
3 furnished rooms. Phone Proctor
TOR RENT—A 4-room cottage, 2
lots, walking distance, reasona
ble. Main 4108. Inquire 613 So.
FOil RENT— 6-r. cottage, modern.
411 So. M. Tel. Main 2444.
FOR RENT—6-room house, furnlsh
ed complete, piano, porcelain bath,
electric lights and gas range. Rea
sonable rent to right party. ■„ 3636
! So. Tacoma ay. Main 7528.
FOR RENT—Small 6-room cottage,
$16. 610 80. 3d. Keys at Beutel
Business College. Phone Main 802. ~
FOR —3-room house, 9 lots.
East 38th and R, $4 per month.
Spring creek on place;-good place
for chickens. Main 2028. Ed Don
I.rJNT a house and we will furnlsb
, It for you for cash or easy pry
m>nte. Tup. Fiirnllar* Co.. 111-It P.
__ : EXCHANGE
TO TRADE FOR A GOOD RANCH
—A nicely located hospital ■ fully
equipped for operations, or. can
be used for a rooming house; all
furniture and .. equipment, r What
have youT Address Box K-l, Times
' I'Olc Puyalltip Valley lands. ■ see
: Harry V. Smith 204 Provident bids.
Kf.DF.R, trie painter, 1147^ So. D.
9-ROOM lodging house In down
town district, very reasonable;
doing good business. 1126 So. D
st. Main 3054.
FOR SALELaundry. Must sell as
the owner has to leave city; $140
trade per week. Price $1200. 204
FOR SALECarpenter shop, fully
equipped with tools. 746 C st.
A 6-room home on Traction line,
furnace, poultry runs and small
fruit; cash or very easy terms. Main
By owner cheap, 5-room house,
bath, 3 lots, walking distance. Will
consider trade for ranch. Value $-,
-000. Call evenings 2005 So. 23d
Snap. 2 fine corner lots 50x142,
7-room house, shop; grading done;
$1900, terms. 3636 East G and 37th.
I have a few Port Angeles lots
to offer for a few days at $20
each. Better see me at once, as
things are Jumping there at the
T. W. ABPINALL
604 National Realty Bldg.
Evening Phone, Main 4676.
FOR SALE OR TRADE
6-room modern house, SOxIOO ft.
on corner, 2 blocks from 6th ay.
car and 4 from 12th St. car; 4 large
clothes closets, bath. Will take
some lots and some money, long
time on half of it. Address C. B.
Jones, 511 So. 7th St. Phone Main
$7 PER MONTH HOME
Two good level lots and a 3-room
house ready to move into, located
In a good suburb of Tacoma; 6c
car fare; $15 down will handle it.
J. M. CURTIS & CO.
314 Bankers Trust Bldg.
ONE LOT GIVEN AWAY
To the purchaser of my 4 fine
lots I will Rive a fifth lot abso
lutely free. No. 16th and Washing
ton Bts., N. E. coiner. A-l title.
Look them over. Best offer takes
them, cash or terms to suit. Owner.
Address G. F. Messer, M. D., 122
East Heron St., Aberdeen, Wn.
Lots 16, 17, 18, lit and 20, block
8450, Indian add., for $75 apiece.
Inquire 316 So. 35th. G. A. Dyer.
A MODERN HOME CLOSE IN
5 rooms and sleeping porch, all
in first class condition, lawn and
roses, all Improvements In ami paid,
half block from Point car line,
walking distance. Price $2500.
H. B. LAKE
403 Perkins Bldg.
Fine suburban bungalow of 6
rooms and 12 lots at a sacrifice;
part cash and balance on time, or
will exchange for good rooming
house of equal value. Main 98S8.
A HOME ON EAST
We have a 6-room house,
newly built and of cozy,
home-like design, on two
lots near the Point. Defi
ance car line. It has 5
rooms, full concrete base
ment, a large fireplace
and Is roughed In for a
furnace. We will sell It
for $50 down anil $20
per month, and will take
any satisfactory property
In trade as part payment.
NEW JERSEY MORT
GAGE LOAN CO.
11l So. 10th St.
Modern 8-room and bath bunga
low, $976, worth $1300; terms, $350
cash, balance like rent. Take Trac
tion car to 38th st. 3610 Gunnlson
For sale, new 6-room bungalow,
Vi block from P. D. car, basement,
furnace, laundry trays, buffet kit
chen, built-in book cases and china
closets, fine fireplace, bay view,
everything up-to-date. 3920 No.
31st St. or phone Proctor 258.
Farm for Trade
Dairy farm of 100 acres, close to
school and city of Tacoma,
Real Estate. So. llth and X st.
6-room modern cottage, 1 block
from car line, south of N. P. hos
pital; all Improvements In and
paid. Special, only 11050; terms,
$200 down, $15 per month. Bring
this ad. T. D. Gregory, office Mor
ton and McKlnley ay.
120 acres, Clark county, some
cleared, running stream, fine fruit
and dairy land; also 160 acres ad
joining. Price $35 per acre. Mrs.
Trambley, 108 So. 9th.
For sale: Any one looking Tor
a location to build bakery, gro
cery or drug store or beautiful
home, I have 2 beautiful corner lots
at 902 So. Adams, small house, all
Improvements in, 2 blocks from 2
car lines. Inquire Hotel Revere,
732 % Pacific ay, Mrs. Martin.
How would you like to move
right In a nice modern 5-room bun
galow and pay for It same as rent?
If so, phone me, Proctor 1672. K.
D. Murphy, owner.
Don't Miss This Chance
$1000 buys my beautiful little
home, 1 block from Jefferson ay,
boulevard and ',» block from Snake
lake where the proposed park -li
going to be made. All kinds of
fruit and berries. Terms to suit
Beautiful Manito Grove lots now
on sale. Come out on Traction
car Sunday or call Pacific Realty
Corpn., 209 Realty Bldg., Main 422
Wm. Petrle, sales agent. - ■ ■
One Thousand Acres
Stock ranch, 550 acres . splQndlc
land, 120 acres In fall wheat, 5(
acres In alfalfa, all buildings, or
chard, and I will take some Taco
ma property. - : . • - . ,c
H. W. MYERS
: — 428 Perkins Bldg. t -
I have a beautiful residence t<
trade for Puyallup residence. Wha
have you Puyallup , fellows to of
fer? - -.
203 California Bldg. . -'.? ■;-.
20 ACRES of good land to exchang<
for -■' unimproved -_ lots. Phom
Main 7487. '-- -- >--.
-■ You Wsnt n Blire Thine -
- This Is it, 1 1-8 acre good.land
8-room house, barn, 80 bearini
fruit trees, berry canes. 1 cow, 8<
chickens, garden tools, hay to win
ter cow, 1 ton potatoes in cellar
on car. line; a beautiful home, $2,
500, on terms. --.«•-, • »• >: .•>■• * - i
Judges A BUI,, 214 Banker* Tru«
The Bong of the housefly is not to be heard, \]
The song of the skeeter is still,
And there's scarcely a cheep from the throat of a bird
As the nights grow more gloomy and chill;
But still there is melody pleasant to hear
When the air of the fall has a frostier tang,
A sound full of comfort and warmth and of cheer—
The song of the steampipes that rattle and bang.
It means that the janitor's started his fire;
No longer we shiver with cold.
No longer we burn with our rage and our ire,
No longer we clamor and scold.
The bone-piercing chill of an unheated place
Has changed to a generous comfort and bliss,
And this is what stimulates joy in each face —
The song of the steampipes that sputter and hiss.
The public service commission
concluded its hearing on the Riv
erton wreck in this city yester
day afternoon. It will now re
view the evidence and if a ruling
is deemed necessary one will be
made and the company notified.
Make Your jjflElk
With Us W
9x12 Brussels Rugs. iSf
Spe- Oil) OC W
cial ...... «p IUiOU J|
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Iron Beds, $6.50 0M CO
value. Special ...... yHiUU
$16.60 Extension P4 fl QC
A good Steel Range COO flfl
specially priced yv£iUw
Tacoma Furniture &
911-913 C St.
REAL ESTATE "
5 ACRES AND STOCK
5 acres good soil fine location on
main county road, only 3 miles from
1 city limits of Tacoma, % mile from
car line. Land Is level, cleared and
I fenced; 40 bearing fruit trees, 1
i acre in strawberries, 3 acres In clo-
I ver, fine garden spot, good 3-room
: house, large new barn, full of clo
, ver hay; woodshed, 2 chicken
houses and good well, 3 good cows,
■ 1 heifer, 1 calf, 2 pigs, 50 chickens
and lots of tools. This place Is
! making money and It will pay you
: to see It before buying. It all goes
■ for $3000; 1-3 cash, or some good
■ city property as part payment, long
time on balance. 2-M
- 5 acres good level land near
Spanaway; Mi cleared, for $700; $50
down. $10 per month. 2-S
Good 40-acre ranch to trade for
■ city property. 2-R
' Surety Bonds. Fire Insurance
I E. F. GREGORY CO., Inc
• S. R. Webb. ; E. F. Gregory.
Second Floor Natl. Realty Bids'
• 1117 Pacific Ay. *
; HALF ACRE
. of fine shot clay soil In the South
Knd of town, close to car line.
' Flrst-clasß neighborhood. Big crop
of fruit and garden truck are rais
j ed In this section. This tract of
a ground Is equal to six' lots 25x132,
and the price Is only $350 for all
JESSE 0. THOMAS, JR.
:■->■ 320 Tacoma Bldg.
5 CHICKEN' RANCH TRADE '
15 acres at Spanaway, near street
car line; fine prairie, suitable for
chickens; good neighbors. Value
0 $200 per acre. Will trade all or a
t part for Tacoma property. Address
. owner, box L.-100, care Times.
For sale or trade one $0 fT cor
s3 r&.°"M.Yn nt 6326 and Proctor st«
*360. Main 6326.
B Do you want a good residence
cheap? Call on us, we have some
•In any part of the city. Some can
1 be exchange for lot» or ranch
t property. •■
• • Tacoma R. E. Agency
". ■■■ »0« Bernlee Bldg.'■ ;v....,-.'...'•
- WILL sell two lots cheap, dose In,
walking distance, by owner. Ad
* dress J. Miller, 920 South Q St.. Cttv:
Friday, Dec. 13, 1912.
The salary boost which the
council thought it had settled
Wednesday is more unsettled
Following a sotrm of protest
| against the increased salaries
from citizens outside and gener
al dissatisfaction the mayor sug
gested that-a board of business
men be appointed to revise the
whole- city payroll.
"When I get bo I think I can
not handle this I will resign,"
was the way Mills viewed this
It was finally agreed to lay the
whole matter over until Monday
and take it up again.
In the meantime more city
employes overlooked in the Wed
nesday boost are out for an in
crease. The linemen helpers
this morning demanded a boost
from $2.75 to $3 a day.
Blub Wood, $2,7.1.-re» Load.*,-.
IIKKKI.KII IIIIOS. Klr:i, CO. v
14th mill Sprumir at. Main .Itmo
To Sing Tomorrow
GEUALDIXE I I i:i: \ I:.
lovely soprano who will bo
heard at Kilers Saturday after*
noon concert, 3 o'clock. .No ad
Opening Overature, "Flying
Arthur Pryor'B Band
Solo, "The Snowy Breasted
Pearl" OrviUe Harrold
Baritone Solo, "Loch Lomond"
Auto-Piano Solo, "Eldorado" . .
"Hearts and Flowers"
Vlolincello Solo, "Traumerel"
Gems from "The Country Girl"
Victor Light Opera Co.
Auto-Piano, Two popular selec
Soprano Solo and Chorus, "Ital
ian Street Song"
Lucy Isabelle Marsh
Duet, "Too Long You Have
Deceived Me".... Farrar-Scottl
Solo, "Annie Laurie".. ..-,.... ■ ■
Auto-Piano "Florence" -
Quartet, "Blue Danube Waltz" i
Solo, "When I carved Your .;
Name on the Tree".......
..:....."... Harvey Hidernyer
Soprano Solo, "Goodbye" ....-> *
We are offering varied pro
gramsthe old melodies, classi- ■
cal selections and the late popu
lar music, in an endeavor to
please the musical taste of all. ;."
* We might add here, that Kilers j. v
Music House is the only store of
its kind in the city where th« I
Edison, Columbia and Victor :
Talking Machines may be heard.)-.
We use the three ' makes of ma
chines in our concerts. : • , - i^
11 ||n lv^o^^9^KH^^^Rrvnßr^9Ki •
' C- n 013-45 0 Street •■;: :j^