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.- !' ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
- COMMONWEALTH TITLE TRUST
• Co., Ths Competent. Tel. Main 101.
109 So. 10th st. _____
1 TACOMA TITLE CO.. The Competl
'. . tor. cor. Fidelity niilg. Main 2194.
I ABSTRACTS EXAMINED
F. W. GREKNMAN. LAWYER—IIIS
Fidelity BldK. Tel. Main 1084.
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104 A st. Stables 6th «t St. Helens. T.
C. ft B. Trans. Co. Main 43.
PAC. TRANSFER CO.. Main 64.
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Allen McCullough, 11. A., mining en
gineer, chemist; smelter shipments
superintended. 1142 *> Main 8007.
*". A. Latcham, attorney-at-law.
. 403-S Berlin Bldg, Muln 2240.
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GOLD GllOUNU—Ladles and gents.
Best shine In city. lllJVs I'ac. ay.
IACUJIA SHOE SHINING PAULOKS
—We cater to ludles and children.
12 chairs. Do 7',» I'aclflc ay.
> BLUE PRINTING
«*w~»Tiw.M.r_rj-i i_-i ru-i.n_i _i .-u-i.ri.rj^^^j-i.ri.r-u-LfV^ru
Nicholson, sun and electric printing.
603-7 Fidelity Uldg. Main 474.
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HOUSES built and part of money
lent. 206 Equitable.
BLACKSMITH ANI> PLUMBING
BLACKSMITHS' and plumbers' sup
plies, machinery. Coast 2d Hand
Hdw. Co., 1534 Com. St. Main 83ii7.
. THADEN'S Bakery * Coffee House,
« "The Millionaire's Club," 918
_ BOWLING ALLKY
OLD TOWN BOWITncT^ALLEy!
2414 No. 80th. Coma once, come
'y-/ CARPENTER SHOP
CARPENTERING and jobbing, mod
■ el pattern making Instruments
i given. 1124 Spraguo. Main 835.
I NEW and repair work. G. H. F,g
--| _ gleston, 1306 Court V. Main 1778.
! CAIIPKT CLEANERS
rf*W%O.»Vn.i i.'ifif)Aj\f - ri.n_-!.rM>.-i.r».«j-i.r...i_,i_i-|.rtrtj'ij-i n,
, YAK KLEAN Vacuum cUaner; will
rent you machine or furnish com-
Petcr.t operator. .Main 2754.
• H. L HOUCK— Carpet beating, re
fitting and laying; feather reno
| vatliiK and upholstering. 2112 «th
ay. Main >25.
| __ CIVIL EXGIXEEKINQ
I Nloholson, lot surveys, plnttlnir
I _. gen, engineering. 603-7 Fid. Bid.'
| CLEANING AND I>YK WORKS
> LUCKEYS DYE "WORKS," 738 sT
► Helens. Oents' suit, skirt or Jacket
. I cleaned and pressed »Uc up. Quick
! calls and Sellvery.-. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Main 7161.
J. A. DONALDSON. 311 9th st, 20
. years' extinrl. me. Tel. Main 7480.
WORK guaranteed. 714 Fidelity
_»ldg., llth and C. Main 6499.
CO. — Largest moving equipment In
IN. W. Furniture vans, trucks and
auto delivery, 3 storage warehouses.
■/ Equipped to handle anything. Sat-
I isfaction guaranteed. Office Coi
• 19th «nd Pae. Main 70G.
COLEMAN A lIAHN ELECTRIC CO
Motors and generators repaired
armature winding, g'neral repair
-9 tngt. 1123 A St. Phone Main 5327.
*% 'FORWARDING COMPANY ""
NORTHWEST FCmWAHDING COM:
ANY. Household goods, ma
chinery, pianos and automobiles as
sembled and forv/arded to all points.
B«e us. 1722 Pacific nv. Main 397.
-: THE WILTWYCK
: ; ■ 131« So. D st.
-Every room a bright outside ro«m,
with hot and cold water, hot water
;, heat, large roomy closet: 2 blocks
: from, business center; free baths
and phone. Rates 12.50 per week
up. Transient SOc and 11.00.
'pj,:? Kingston Hotel
Bteam heat, hot water, 12.60 to $5.00
„"per week, 50c, 75c, 11.00 per day.
116 % So. Uth. cor D St. .
A few more steam heated rooms at
?«Alaskan Hotel. 14th and Pacific.
■ BOBTWICK HOTEL, 768U C St.
Newly furnished. -■■---.".,-.-'-■
V HOTEL GOUDON, — Good clean
room*, 26c and up. 1305 Mi Pac
: «v. Main l»09. ." ■■■■■■ -.. .-. . .
HOTBL GRAYS " IURBOa. under
•' new management. 1509 Commerce.
C. Frederlckson, Manager. - ■ • ■-.. •
§ BAKER ; HOTEL. 732 Commerce st.
■Board; and room.- Mrs. Merrltt,
jSProp.jyv?".'■-.«■=■■,■■■>•■ ■ ■■:>•-, ;..■■
IkASSASOIT HOTEL, 17th and C
wx>lti; two blocks from depot. Rms.
*6c. 15c ami 500 night; $1.25, f1.50
i*ndis2,oo week. :'"" ■'■■■ - .-■■.: f A-.-v —
COLONIAL, .- opp. ., city ha 11.,, Dandy
y»«b««l«.>'-g^-t-'vw.,. -■■■■•,->,;■>-- •'•.ijs.-.-: < ' .
IwHITR'S HOTKL— Newly furnished
■■■•■ transients and weekly. 25c and
>oc. lIOH'So, 14th. near Pacific -•
|i| CLEANING AND ] PRESSINO
I SoSTON^CLEANERS—Suits clean- ,
§»• ed and pressed, s*oo up. 620 So. .
£f n.^**r *JS)'-*^-i'*^'r*^-'*•""'*-**"'■*'-*• i-*l6'^; i^
MOVING AND STORAGE"*** ;
"t3ranßficr c«x 'itmtm ii. I
MANUFACTURER of leather goods,
cult cum, etc. A. F. Hoska, 1307
Mo.M.V TO LOAN
MORTGAGE LOANS. Any amount.
Fetttg A Busselie. Berlin Bids.
WANTED TO LOA.N—II2OO on good
Tacoma property. Box 11 luu.
$300 to $0,000 at 5 per cent simple
Interest per annum, to loan lo
build a home or pay off an uxl.st
ing mortgage at a higher rate of
Interest. It you own a lot, inves
tigate these loans. For particulars
write D-looi. Times.
LOAN'S In any amount. Cotton &
Uoner, 417 Bankers Trust Bldg.
1 HAVE money for improved city
real eatute or tarms loaua.
UliU WALTER IUJ.n.sJoLI
312 Eiiullable lildg.
LOANS In any amount. Cotton tc
Moser, 417 Bankers Trust Blue.
OUR OWN MONEY
for city and farm loans. Any
amount for as lung as you like.
Immediate anawer given all appli
cations. Low rates.
W. N. DOUU & CO.. INC.
701-10 Fidelity Uldg. Main 7505.
MONEY on real estate. Daniel Mv-
Uregor, 310 Berlin Bldg.
UNU hundred and up to loan. Len
nox Investment Co.. 206 v 1 table.
MONEY TO LOAN, plenty of it. low
est rates, do delay. Uunston-
1 HAVE lust received several
thousand dollar* to loan a 7 and
FfiimTiliiff"'" J- v BP>P ""
PRIVATE money to loan, from $50
to $1000, payments to suit, no
commtsslon, money always on hand
Call 5318 So. Fife St.. Fell* Dubola.
5, 6 and 7 PER CENT
On Improved real estate or for
building. Money advanced as build
L. R. Manning * Co.. Equitable Bid,
MORTUAQE LOANS In amounts
'rpm $300 up; low rates; no delay.
NORTON * CO.. 210-11 Berlin Bldg.
LOANS for home building or to
pay off old mortgage. - Lowest
rates, special privileges to borrow
ers—3 to 8 years. Money always on
hand— no delay.
H. J. SCHWINN & CO.. Ino
216-219 Tacoma Bldg.
ON Imp. real estate. L. K. Hansen
& Co.. Tacoma Bids;., llth & A pt.
SALARY AND CHATTEL LOANS
STATE SECURITY CO.
SALARY LOAN 3
LOWEST RATES IN TACOMA
If you are In need of from $6 to
$100 call and Investigate our
method of loaning money to honest
worklnginen steadily employed.
NO MORTGAGE. . .NO INDOHSER
STATE SEURITY COMPANY
307 California Bldg.
CHATTEL LOANS. SALARY LOANS
I propose to make loans
at a lower rate than you
can get anywhere until the
newspapers and philanthropists
provide a cheaper place. Then I'll
quit or compete. My business Is
conducted along courteous, busl
ness-llke 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. D. D. Drake, 210 Bankers
SHORT TERM CHATTEL LOAN!
411 CALIFORNIA BLDQ.
DR. WARREN JUWN. General
office practloe and skin and
venereal diseases. 206 Equitable
RHEUMATISM. GOUT? Electric
Bako Oven Baths, 1021H So. llth
St., cor X Lady attendants. Jos.
Wtyer, M. T. Phono Main 7008.
DR. ROBB, 802 Provident. Main
8778. Chronic diseases, general
DR. FOREMAN, SURGEON. '
Bankers Trust Bldg.
drTpaulTphtsT SURG. X-RAY. •
1111-18-11 Fidelity Bldg. '■
ORIENTAL^DrT K. Ito, disease of
gsnlto-urlnary. 1612H C. Main »767 •
Dr. Yocum moved Natl. Realty Bldg.
Day, Main 600; night. Mala 7600. '
DR. JAS. A. LA UASA— Diseases of j
women and surgery. Genlto-urln* 1
ary diseases. 3d floor Natl. Realty '
Bldg. Hours 2-4 and 7-8. .
DR. J. W. CLINE, 312S McKlnley
ay. Surgery and general practice. <
Phones: Office Main 264; Res. Mala
DR. C. E. CASE, surgeon, gynecolo
gist. Office 1114*4 So. X st. Res- 1
Idence 1010 80. 12 th st. Phones: "
Office. Main 1887; res.. Main «»3.
DR. THYNO. BURQRON ~ * ,
Burgery and consultation only.
1201-UO6 Fidelity Bldg. Main «0». J
OSTEOPATH PHYSICIANS I
DR. STOTENBUR. Office 422 Bank
ers Trust Bldg. Main 9609. Res. ;
Main 9610. - 1
MACHINE SHOP. ■
AUTOMOBILE, marine and all ma
chinery repairs. Hicks-Bull Ma- '
chine Co. Phone Main 1871. No. «
So. i;th st.
COMMERCIAL BINDERY aT^PTo" i
CO.. Inc.. 761-768 Commerce st '
Phone Main 417. Printers, Binders.
I.oo»q leaf device*. ------ .. ..-
PAINTING & PAPERHANGING
FRANK tc HANBBON. 738 St. Hel- i
ens uv. Phone Main BH2. ■ .
; PUBLIC stenographer
111 1 Bavsge-Bcofleld Bldg. M. «88. '
S&8 RAZORS SHARPENED , " !
WE' sharpen . safety • razor ' blades
All work guaranteed. Vlrges Drug '
Co. 1124 Pacific ay. -■<>-. •-- .■ ■:• -.-■ (
rfii; HACKS FOR i FUNERALS 4, '; • !
;-"•""■ <■*-*■ .....»«^>m «^^«~- i
Tacoma cemetery, $4; Catholic cem- i
elery, |£. Pac Trans. Co. Main 64 i
WANTED—Woman to work about
rooming house In exchange for 2
housekeeping- room*. 1932' A South E.
WANTED —Isxperlenced girl to
make berry boxeß. Call at old
city dock. Hague Box & Lumber
WANTEP—An experienced cham
bermaid; must be both competent
nnd reliable. Arcade hotel, 13th and
A middle-aged working woman as
housekeeper for widower with 3
children. Hox C-111, Times.
WANTED AT ONCE-lFousckeeper
for widower with 2 children, be
tween the age of 25 ami 35. Ad
dregg H. Carpenter. Carbonado, Wn.
A-l HAND LAUNDRY
Gives special attention to the fancy
work and lace curtains. 743 Taeo
ma ay. Main 2506.
WANTED—OIrIs to learn halrdress
lng, manlcurlnK. etc. Paid whlls
learning. 1108 6th ay.
TUY our 50c FAMILY WASHINa
Famous Washing Co. Main 6461.
TAILORS' nnd dressmakers' sup-
piles. Albert E. Baur Co., 317 11th.
CANCERS cured without knlfo or
pluster; consultation free; Stephen
Johnson, school house crossing,
Welnstone.ladles'suita $10 up.40 1. 9th
WANTED—Position ajt housekeep
er; experienced; no objections: to
children; good references. Call
1919V4 So. Tncoma aye., Room 20.
W. L, Hartman. Main 5772.
Family Washing 50c
Metropolitan Wet Wash. Alain 2672.
CABINET makers wanted to make
cases, columns,etc.; must be good,
competent man. Builders Mfg. &
Supply Co., Sawyer and Hood sts.
Jefferson avenue car.
WANTED—A boy~at Yullls drug:
store. So. 2d and St. Helens ay.
WANTED—Teams to haul logs by
contract. Phone Proctor 1189.
WANTED—To rent, one rlmikev en
gine or man with logging equip
ment to take contract. Phone Proc
WANTED—Solicitor with experi
ence to follow leads with Rood
special proposition; no canvaSHlng.
409 Tacunia BUlg. ■ .: ■
MEDICATICI> VAPOR IIATHS
MEDICATED VAPOR BATHS
Cures rheumatism and kidney dls
eases. 75» 80. C st. Mala 6284.
WQVEN TRIPLE WIRE STAY $2.60
UP. MME. W. WYNN, 714 FI
DELITY BLDQ. MAIN 6499. .
WORK guaranteed. Tho oldest
house mover In town. J. P. Becker
1419 So. Alnsworth. cor. 15th.
FOR men and women, wages while
learning. Moler Barber College,
1201 Pacific ay.
DO you appreciate the Importune*
of having your plumbing done
right? Our guarantee and work
manship Insure plumbing perfec
tlon. Wm. B. Coffen Plmg. Co.
Elliott, 610 Bkrs. Trust. Patents
I'ruili' Marks. Drawing*. Main 677f1!
WALL PA PIC It
LARGE new stock of wall paper
very latest designs and patterns.
Acme quality paints, adapted to the
western climate. A 8. Johnson aY
Co.. 1142 C St.
OLIVER HENRY. Taeoma Oarbag.
Co. Main 6406. Contracts mad*
for cleaning yards, vnults and cess
pools. Garbage removed by month.
AMERICAN GARBAGE CO. — Re
movtng garbage and refuse of nil
kinds. 216 l'uy. ay. M. 742, rea. 7a9.
WOOD AND COAL
PETERSON BROS., hay, grain, poul
try supplies and coal and wood
10th and K. Phone Main 331. '
' DINNEit PARTIES
and room and board at Mrs. H. Jor
gensen's dining room, above Qlll
Drug Co.. So. Tacoma. ■ .
C. O. LYNN CO.— Funeral Directors.
910-12 Tacoma ay. Main 7748.
SO. TACOMA FUNERAL PARLORS
' 6433 Union ay. Main 1082. Qeo.
WHEN In need of a good veteri
nary for your horse, cow, cat or
dog see Drs. Pearsall or phone
Main 7243 or Proctor 1159.
! SHOE REPAIRING
BOOTS and shoes repaired,- prices
reasonable. Sheridan ay. Shoe
Shop^ cor. 23d and Sheridan ay.
Werner A Moe. Goodyear ■ Quick
Shoe Repair Co., 938 Commerce
- '■ : - "-^ LO n»
CALKDONrAN LIQUOR CO., llth *
D. diagonally opposite Public
Market, where ladles can trade
l-'ree. quick delivery. . -
POSTAL PHOTOS ■
GO to Everybody's Studio, 1135 So.
C st. for real photo postals.
BEST place for up-to-date photo
noveltlos. Owl Studio. 1126 O »t.
WINES AND LIQIORS
LANGERT LIQUOR CO.. 1325 C st,
wholesale v and family -trade
solicited. Free delivery. Main <022.
• . CO.—3 laige , warehouses; i fire
proof. , Largest storage ! concern ■In
the N. !W. •.- Rooms under lock for
H. H. goods. Expert furniture
packers, ■ office • Cor. ■ l»th • and Pa
cific Main 704), '<;:%• •.--r:r* v-;'* ':',
THE TACOMA TllfcES.
FOR SALE—3 geese and a gander
Phone Main 7890-J5.
FOR SALE—Beautiful mahogany
payer piano, without blemish or
fault, strictly Ist class and war
ranted; sent in for sale by re
ceiver of a company that has quit
Others In Tacoma have
paid $t>so for the same grade play
f • , We cut this price squarely In
half, $325 spot cash takes It. This
in 0")! 7 on!. of the bar«:alns you
will find this week. Open even
ings. Tacoma Piano & Organ ex
change, the clearing house of
pianos, organs and mus -al instru
ments. 1347 Tacoma ay.
FOR SALE—I,OOO-lb.. 8 yrs. oldT
standard bred mare and colt
sored up from paved st., will make
good ranch horse, $76. Qood work
team and wagon, $250. Team of
ponies and farm wagon. 608 Puv
TJI ()ItOUCJHBRED Spitz puppies, at
$3 each. Inquire at 802 So. M.
ONE 2,800-lb. match team, also 1
bay horse. Phone Main 6406.
A No. 1 young Jersey, just fresh, a
good milker; nlso big Jersey and
Durham. 2929 So. M.
FARM TEAM CHEAP—WiII sTll
my mare In foal and horse
weiirht 2500 lbs., Just off gruding
work, Kuaranteed true pullers, kind
and gentle. Ask for Maurices
team, 2153 Jefferson ay.
A BARGAIN—NearIy new 30 U S
rifle, trade for small Incubator
or Leghorn pullets. 910 So. 661h.
GOOD dry stove wood for sale at
reasonable prices. Delivery made
to AlcKinley Park, Bismarck, Fern
Hill and «th Addition. Call Mad-
Ison 110 Party J-5.
FOR SALE cheap, row boats
launches, fixtures, etc., at the
Point Defiance Pavilion Co. Bheae
OLIVER Visible Typewriter good
1014"Ti U°n; yUlck Bale x"
FOR SALE:—One Nutlonn] cash reg
ister, price $18. A. Hupp, phone
FRESH cow for sale. R. Nollmyer,
Johnson's Crossing, old Puyallup
line, 10 minutes' walk south of sta
FOR SALE—One horse, about 900
lbs., 2 brood sows, small took
stove, cider mill almost new also
Jersey bull, IN months old. H.A.
Muller. Gig Harbor, Wn.
FOR SALE—Horse, harness and al
most new buggy. Apply at 3803
No. 13th St.
FOR SALE—2B-room house, < all
housekeeping rooms, always full
Part cash and terms. Main 2257.
VERY cheap, a scholarship in the
Ueutel Business College. Phone
GOOD practice pianos. $60 and $85
Smith & Barnes, splendid condi
tion, $175; Kimuull, looks like
new, $226; Pease walnut, large
style, $225. Easy terms—exchange
privilege. Sherman, Clay Co., 928
--30 C st.
CARLOAD of horses for sale 14
head of young mares suitable for
farm work. Welch's Hor.se Mar
ket, 1332 Com. St. Main 346.
EXTRA fine Jersey cow, fresh soon
heavy milker; also Sharpless disc
separator, nearly new. half price.
Willis Yarnell, Gig Harbor.
ONI« team of light delivery horses
and harness for sale cheap. Phone
Main 1026 Cor. 18th and D.
GOOD work team for sale cheap,
weight 2700, guaranteed. Phone
Main 2647. Call 322 So. 28th.
Trews, shrubs, roses, etc. Mad. 245.
FIRE and burglar-proof boxes; lc
the day. March-McCandleas Co.,
117 So. 11th st.
SLIGHTLY used sewing machines
nt half price, several different
makes; cash or terms. 313 llth St.
WANTED—LadIes buying the best,
at Behllngs Butter Store. 1109 So.
K. Ten, coffee and spices.
FOR SALE—Bar, back bara and
pool tables; must bo sold at once.
1307 Commerce. Phone Main 5700.
BELL MARKET—Best service and
quality. 2604 6th ay. Main 40».
ORGAN for sale at Paulson's Jow
elry store, 1012 So. llth.
BERRY PLANTS AT WHOLESALES
Loganberry, strawberry, currant,
gooseberry, rhubarb and asparagus
In all leading varieties. Write for
prices. F. H. Burglehaus, Sumner.
FOX 2d hand goods see BHL'ETT,
1343 Commerce st.
young & joitns6n~~lumber co..
ASK your dealer for STERLING
brooms, warranted. Tacoma
Broom Factory, 2310 So. 10th.
FRESH green ground bons dally.
Tacoma Meat Co.. 160» Pac. ay.
INVALID chairs for rent. Physlc
_ lans' Supply C-\, »64 Commerce.
MITCHELL NURSERY. Larchmont.
Fruit trees, roses, etc Main 7871 R5
BUy your trees, loses, berry hoi
ly. shrubs. 706 So. Q. Main 3139/
SECOND-HAND machinist and car
penter tools wanted. BiaKb.
1389 Commerce St.
IF YOU have a fat or fresh cow
to sell, call Boston Market. 2342
Pacific ay. Main 449.
FOR SALE—One steel range No. «.
one 8 ft. ex. dining table, 3 rock
ing chairs, one iron bed, springs
and mattress, and other household
goods, also 5 W. L. pullets. Cail
forenoons, 3502 So. 7th st.
FOR SALE —A second hand billiard
table, cheap; good condition. Loh
man pool room, Puyallup.
FOR SALE—Good second hand New
Home sewing machine, very
cheap. Main 2215. 2323 So. Sheri
rort s'alk One 4-year-eid marc,
weight 900 lbs. Inquire 2127':.
Tacoma ay. so.
FURNITURE of 3 rooms, carpets,
range and 2 heaters, $50; house
for rent. Apply after 10 a. m..
1911% Tacoma ay.
FOR SALE or trade for buggy, one
good milch cow. % mile south
of East Larchmont station, old Puy
allup line. N. K. Seger.
ALT HEIDELBERQ BEER
Columbia. Brewing Co. Order a
case. Main it*.
WANTED to buy household goods.
Wm Fitx-Henry Co.. 102 So. 12th.
Tel. Main 8736.
FINE Chinese teas ana~suif~weair
Sam Hlng Ce.. 1384 —. D.
FOR SALE—Here they are, 4 A-
No. 1 cows. Gentle. Two fresh.
John Itledl. R. F. D. No. 1, Puyal
lup, Wash., Box 247. Metzneberg
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED TO BUY—A light top
buggy In good condition. Ad
i dress with aescrlntion and price,
i Box C 1000, Times.
WANTED TO BUY—Set of heavy
single harness, also 10-inch plow,
cheap for oash. O. P. Scott, Fidel
WANTED TO BUY—Flreless brood
er, 125 chicks, good second hand.
I Address Box C-1002. Times.
, WANTED TO ~BUY—2 or 3 dozen
chicken. 1205 Center St. Main
WANT to buy about 7-room house,
on paved street; must have large
living rooms, basement, furnace,
etc.; North End preferred, not too
far out; must not be old. Price
must be right. Address Box X-1013,
SELL YOUR FURNITURE to Sllcox
943 Tacoma ay. Main BCI2.
WANTED — Second-hand furniture
and stoves. J. O. Purkey, 1315
C St. Main 6539.
STEAM heated front rooms, bath,
etc., 25c day. Lennox. 1538 So. D.
SYLVAN, 701 St. Helens, furnished"
rooms, $1.50 up; hskpg. suites,
FOR a man to work, call up the
Henry George. Main 8748.
IF you have a room—a room which
Is not bringing you in any money,
then you are 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;
hskpg. $2.00 up. 1904 D st. and
1945 So. E. Private baths. Free lndy
Wanted — Miscellaneous
MORTGAGES bought and renewed.
i Lennox Investment Co., 1103
HOUSE painting, paperhanglng and
kalsomininp. 11. R. Schroedcr,
520 So. Wright ay. Main 8217.
FOR RENT —4-room flat, complete
for housekeeping; phone, running
water electric lights and bath.
Call at 514 So. 7th. Main 3624.
MODERN house in good North End
location. Six rooms, gas. Will
rent furnished If desired. 3924
FIVE RENTAL SNAPS
1709 North (lakes * r., bath, $13 50
51» N. J, 5 rs., bath (rear)... 13.00
3617 N. Huson, 4 r. bungalow. 13.25
8612 East I, 4 r., batli 10.00
Cor. E. E & 30th, 6 r., bath, fit. 9.00
Provident Bldg. Main 5524.
FOR RENT—3-room cottage, win
dow dhades, gas range, linoleum
on kitchen. Phone Main 7647.
5-ROOM modern house, bath, elec
tric lights, gas, window shades.
807 So. 25th corner Yakima ay.;
rent $13 per month. Inquire 1601
So. J. Main 4074. Water paid.
KENT—6IB South Ainsworth, 6
rooms $15, save car fare, cheap
est house in good neighborhood.
Owner, 812 North L. I'liune Main
FOR RENT—A «-room modern
house on Pacific Heights, one
acre of ground, plenty of fruit,
cheap rent for good care. Main
5823. 1147 C Bt.
TO LET—S-r., bath; 2 lots; 3012
Chandler, near Jeff. ay. car, $9.
Also 6-r., bath; 2 lots; orchard.
5703 So. Yaklma. $14.
623 East 33d St., 7-r. and 2 lots,
Lennox Investment Company
1103 Commerce st.
FOR RENT—6-r. house, bath, near
Jefferson car, 3012 Chandler St..
$9, Including water.
RENT a house and we will furnish
It for you for cash or easy pay
ments. Tac. Furniture Co., 911-13 C.
FOUND— A pair of men's gloves,
near 6th avenue. Inquire M.
Votiiw, 634 Smith Steele.
THREE more wanted to complete
number for Marysvllle, California,
excursion next Monday, February
10. Notice: Irrigated (gravity
water free) land ready to plant. It
means much to get on the ground
now. Early spring crops yield $500
per acre; 30 families wanted. S.
L. Lester, 111 10th St., Tiicoma.
Phone Main 4044. (A)
j TO RENT—FLATS.
FURNISHED FLATS— 3 rooms, $10;
4 rooms, $12; 4 rooms, $15. All
walking distance. I You will have
to hurry. Main 6573.
' TO RENT—
FOR RENT— 3O-acre farm, all
■. cleared and good soli, near Sum
ner; about 276 bearing fruit, some
berries. Price $260 per year to
right party. Call Proctor 1156, or
write Mr. B. Brockway, General De
livery, Tacoma. Must be rented
this week. *'-. ■■- • -
FOR RENT —Two ranches, one 12
acres and one 36 acres, near Ta
coma and car line. Phone Proctor
600. : -.-■■: * ■■■-- . -- , :,-
FOR RENT—I2O-ACItE dairy farm
on Clover Creek. Will sell stock,
hay and implements. Can also get
a milk route If wanted. Five blocks
southeast of Elmhurst. station,
Rpanaway line. ; O. O. Storaasll, Jr.,
Parkland, Wn. "~- -■■■-
j-.^ L PARTKER WASTED „:.'
AEROPLANE — Partner - wanted
■ with • $1600 cash to - build ' newly
Invented aeroplane. Your money
secured In case of failure. Address
or call evenings, 309 No. L st., Ta
coma, Wn. v«"a "i&<3**2&S'Asx*'-&ft&%£;
- .:.-.,. '-. - . CAMPING r;;t'
SHORE > front '.« campln* '-•: privileges
free to private • parties, lodges
and societies, n Box V-1002 Times. <:•
POULTRY AND EGGS
BARRED Rock eggs, $1 per set
ting. Mixed 60c per setting. 1445
E. 30th st. Portland ay. car.
FOR SALE—One 200-egg cypher ln
cubator and brooder; cheap. Main
8883-R. W. A. Clark, Oakland Sta
BARRED Rock and White Leg
horn eggs for hatching, 60c set
ting. Take Spanaway car to Lin
coln ay. E. A. Dowder.
FOR SALE—White Orpington cock
erels from same mating as Ist
prize cockerels at Tacoma show.
Eggs for hatching from Ist prize
pen, $5 per setting. Phone Proc
tor 1817. 3419 No. Ferdinand.
S. C. BITFF Orpington eggs, $2.50
16; White Wyandotte, $2 15.
Prize stock. O. J. Stave, 701 So.
60th. Madison 177.
FOR SALE—Four 200-egg Sure
Hatch Incubators In perfect con
dition, used 3 months, cheap. J. I*
Hill. Elbe, Wash.
EGGS for hatching, S. c! White
Leghorn, Tuncred strain, $6 for
100; 13 Ancona hens. Mrs. G. P.
Howard, Lake View, R. F. D. No. 1,
Box 219. .
THOROUGHBRED Anconas for
sale, $12 a dozen. McArthur'a
Poultry Farm, Lakeview, Wn.
PRIZE winning chickens for sale,
S dozen lllaek Minorcas, thoi
ouKhbred,; 2 dozen White Rocks,
reasonable by pound or head. Call
1021 No. Prospect. Main 1542.
WHITE ORPINGTON eggrs, $1.50
and $2.60, 15; W. Leghorn, $100,
15. 712 So. 59th. Main 4136.
BUFF ORPINGTON and White Leg
hoin pullets for sale; eggs for
hatching, at 3709 So. G.
INDIAN RUNNER duck eggs for
hatching, $1.00 for 12. Immediate
delivery. 4923 No. 27th St. Phone
THREE dozen thoroughbred White
Wyandotte pullets and 3 cocker
els; will sell all or part cheap. Call
FOR SALE—Reliable Barred Rock
and W. Wyandotte eggs, $1.60 per
setting. 6230 So. Lawrence st. Main
FOR SALE REASONABLE—SeveraI
Buff Leghorn cockerels, Miller
Bros, strain. 3018 No. Bth. Proc
WHITE ROCK and Rhode Island
eggs from mature chickens, 16 for
$1.00. P. Ganty, Artundale, Wn.
RID your chlcHens of lice and
mites now. To do It easy, use
Electric Insect Powder. Crown
Drug Co. and grocers.
EGGS for hatching, S. C. White
Leghorn, Buff Orpington, R. I.
$5 per 100, $1 per setting.
Heavy laying strain. No better in
the state. John Lewtas -& Son,
Regents Park, Tacoma. Phone
DAY old chicks of White Leghorn
and Silver Wyandottes, 16 each;
eggs for hatching, $1.00 per setting
of 15, all thoroughbred stock. N.
Thelm, 1004 No. Alder St.
EXCELLENT White Rock cockerels
for breeding purposes, $2.50. Main
TWO and 3 room suites, $9 and $12;
nicely furnlshul; all conven
iences private residence. 1408 So.
J St. Main 6975.
3-ROOM suite nicely furnished, hot
and cold water, first floor; blbo
2-room suite nicely furnished. 1606
FURNISHED housekeeping rooms
for en, 11.25 per week up. 1733
So. E st. Main 1219.
FOR RENT— 4 nicely furnished
housekeeping cooms, private bath,
walking distance. 811 So. Yakima
WELL furnished, cozy, 2 and 3
room suites, low rent, light and
water. 324 No. G st. Main 8761.
TWO housekeeping rooms, $5 a
month, light and water paid. Also
furnished single rooms with board.
2715 So. 13th.
FOUR well furnished housekeeping
rooms, first floor; also 2 base
ment rooms, $8. 106 No. Tacoma ay.
SUITE of 2 of the cosiest front
housekeeping rooms in the city,
newly furnished, at 728 Pacific.
THREE fur. hskpg. apts., steam
heat and bath, $5 and $6 per wk.
PIERCE HOTEL. 919V4 So. C st.
Phone Main 8213.
JOHNSON FLATS, 1. 2 and 3-room
apts., $2.60 up. D 35 So. E St.
TWO-ROOM housekeeping Btiltes,
also slnsle rooms. Stanton House,
1610H So. Tacoma ay. Main 2152.
3 GOOD rooms on ground floor on
So. G St. South End Storage &
Transfer Co. Phone Madison 691.
FURNISHED hskpg. rooms cheap,
also single rooms. 2712 ',4 So. Yak-
THE ANTLERS —Furnished h3kpg.
rmi.; modern: central. 1116 C
WANTED TO ItENT — Furnished
house of 5 rooma or more. State
price and location. Box S-1016,
PRIZE masquerade ball at Davis'
hall, American lake, Saturday,
Feb. 8. Gents 50c, ladles free,
shampooing, scalp treatments, 26c.
1108 6th ay.
TACOMA FURNITURE & GENER
AL REPAIR CO. have moved to
723 So. 9th. Main 2850.
T. T. RICHMOND, piano tuner and
repairer, has moved to 3022 So.
12th. Main 2424.
BUSY MEN AND WOMEN find It
convenient to telephone their For
Pale and Want Ads to The Times.
Main 12. Only one cent a word.
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, palnt
l'ig, graining and decorating. E. M.
Wesley. ■ Phone Main 8777. . - ..
NICELY furnished rooms with or
without board. Hotel Kismet,
929 So. E st. Rates reasonable. . -
WANTED—2 or 3 children to boardT
■ close ito school, , nice ; yard. ■ 3321
6th ay. - •.::.'. v-."?.yi. : t.^^v*':'v.r.i
/tOOMS * with •' or ■* without i» board.
. -Mrs. Crow. 41G So. E. Main 619 4.
PHONE Main 2845 and we wlTTcal?
Pantorium. 935 Commerce st.
WANTED TO BOBROW
WANTED TO BORROW—S2SO for 1
year at S per cent on real estate
worth three times the loan. Ad
dress Box C-1003, Times •
MADAM TORNOR, phrenologist
and clairvoyant, gives reliable ad
vice on all Important affairs of life,
past, present and future. Can be
consulted dally at 309 9th st.
ANDREW RINGSETH the tailor for
men and women. 1016 So. llth.
Phone Main 4877.
FOR SALE OR TRADE-^3O-room
ri^°lV' n*r house; rent cheap; rooms
well filled. Call Main 0596.
FOR SALE—Furniture store, doing
good business. Must sell immedi
ately. Good reason for Belling. Main
8727 or address Box C-1006, Times
Good business proposition at
Stellacoom. Cigars, pool hall.
Good merchandise stock in Puy
allup. This can be exchanged.
D. R. HARRIS *
Main C 471. 903 Pacific ay.
LOHMAN'S pool, lunch, cigar to
bacco and fruit store at Puyallup
for sale or trade.
A SMALL rostaurant doing good
business, fine location. Sickness
only 3803 USe for selling. Phone
GOOD meat market snap; one of the
txT,!\ at PaPi»g markets In town.
Will sell cheap If you S." 01"'"*
to trade, liox B-1001. Times. ~
EXCHANGE for automobile, mod
ern bungalow, 2 lots, paved st
Also 5-vacant lots. Main 7105.
1 want to trade 40 acres of good
land 7 miles from Spanaway for
a home at Regents Park. A. H.
Havard, 205 Bankers Trust bldg.
Will exchange 5-passen
ger Ford motor for vacant
lots about the amount of
. BERTELSON & CO.
1306i/o Pacific Aye.
WILL exchange 20 acres oii farm
land, partly improved, for house
?i'i ld U ot J n Tacom«- Cn««. Green,
Olg Harbor, Wn. 11. F. D. 1,
HOMES on $20 payments. Lennox
Investment Company. 1103 Com
FOR Puyallup Valley lands, see
Harry V. Smith. 204 Provident Bldg.
20 ACRE chicken ranch for sale
cheap. Easy payments. See own
er at room 8, 194^ So. D st
For sale, reasonable, fino 7-room
house, 2 lots, best location In city
walking distance, one block from
new high school. See owner for
terms. 3805 So. O st.
FOR SALE by owner 3 blocks
west of Fern Hill school, 4-room
house, U aore In fruit, 81.1G0, and
S; rgm liouue, % acre in fruit,
fk 2, 00 '- Terms to suit. Call 1036
86th St., Madison 113-IM.
YOU WOULD NOT
(?lve 1860, will you? Take it at
$600. Coiner on No. Sth and Troc
tor, 00x100 feet, 4 ft. above grade,
gas and water In; Proctor street
graded and sidewalks. 8240 cash,
balance (15 a month.
206 Banker's Trust Bldg.
1%-acre ranch, all Improved
and In fruit trees and berries,
a E-room house, modern; chick
en-house; located in city; ex
change for a house 6 or 7
rooms, not to be far out.
R. D. DUFF
806 Nat'l Bank of Com. Bldg.
HOMES EASY TERMS
5 rooms on So. 64th, $1,400.
5 rooms on So. Tac. line $1,200.
6 rooms Sixth ay., $1,700.
1 acre, 5 rooms, for $1,000.
Hi acres, 3 rooms, $1,400.
Judgf A Hill, Sia Unnfcera Trust.
15 acres waterfront on McNeils
Island, all fenced In, some acres
cleared and in cultivation; all
kinds of berries, 125 young fruit
trees, some bearing; a good 6-room
house, upstairs not finished; near
ly new barn, chicken house, wood
shed with storehouse. A well with
good water supply. Splendid lo
cation. Price $3,500. For more In
formation see or write the owner,
Claes Johnson, Bee P. O. (McNeils
Close to Kent, creek runs
through the farm. Will exchange
for Tacoma property.
H. W. MYERS
428 Perkins Bldg.
PRIEST RAPIDS ORCHARD CO.
Those wishing trnß Information
regarding this wonderful fertile
tract will learn something to their
Interest by calling or addressing
J. O. Johnson, 5628 Hea View. Take
Point Defiance car to North 48th
and Pearl sts. Priest Rapids Or
chard Co., 435 Henry bldg., Seattle,
Special Sacrifice Sale
3-room house, 60x200, fenced and
In fruit, chicken pens streets are
all graded, water In and paid. Price
$1,150, $150 cash, balance month
ly, 6 per cent.
O. N. JOHNS
£03 California Bldg.
Wednesday, Feb. 6,1913.
Ib the juvenile population of
A glance at the school enroll
ment figures of the first eemesier
in 1912 compared to tnose of the
present year is enough to recall
the remarks of T. Roosevelt on
Leaving night schools out or It
there were 12,764 pupils in tn«
Tacoma schools at tho end or tne
1912 semester, January 26. At
the end of January 24 the present
year, again omitting night
schools, the total enrollment »
but 12,528. Very few of the
grade schools show an Increase
in pupils, most of them showing
decreases. At the Grant school
alone there has been a falling off
of 64 pupils.
Only the night schools show a
marked increase. There are now
2,143 night school pupils com
pared to 451 in 1912; but there
are many more night schools now
Young orchard with large blx-
room house, barn, chicken-bouse
and chicken yard, etc., in South
Puyallup, 3 blocks from city lim
its. |2,500. Terms.
I Two acres with pretty cottage.
pump house, gas engine etc., on
old Puyallup line; 40 fruit treea
and large chicken house.
Five-room house nnd 2 lots on
South (>6th St., $1,000. Very easy
M.OOO for elegant home. Look at
this, 3605 So. J.
Six-room cottage, 10 minutes'
walk to business center, and on cat
line, at your terms.
Houße and lot with a dandy busi
ness clearing |l,i!00 year and can
be bought cheap.
Brand new bungalow at your
terms. Look at thla place. 3630
We have a long list and if you
are thinking of buying a home or
email ranch see m. We have tha i
goods. Lots In any part of Te—
E. P. CAMPBELL CO.
Mala 3427. 427 Calif
IK YOi: \VA.\T A XICH IM.ACK TO
lU|V|; , UK l,| \ ... I IH\ |; IT.
4 riMiiii house, plastered, best of
plumbing, 2 lots, large chicken
liimim'. plenty range for runs; two
Incubator for a one week only*^
Terms. Call 4 520 Ea»t F St.
Up to date new B-room bungalow,
fireplace, fine electric chandeliers,
best plumbing, finished In select
ed slush grain fir; cement founda
tion, cellar; 2 full lotß on grade!
all street assessments In and paid;
one block to car and paved Btreet;
IB minutes' ride to Pacific aye. You
can buy Uilb beautiful bungalow,
furnished, at $2,300, or unfurnish
ed, (2,100. This la the best buy
In the city for the money. Call
for salesman No. 4.
Telephone evenings and Sunday,
Surety Bonds. Fire Insurance.'
E. F. GREGORY CO., Inc
S. R. Webb. E. F. Gregory.
Second Floor National Realty Bldg.
1117 Pacific Aye.
Dairy Products -
Staples that may be raised
at a profit on good cheap,
2,560 acres, 1,000 cultivated, 160
tcrai hay meadow, balance
pasture, good barns and
fences, old house, j?oo<1 loca
tion, near railroad, fine cli
mate. Price $13 i)*r acre.
920 acres, .100 cultivated, balance,
timber and pasture, good
house and barn fine loca
tion, on rullroad near city*
Price $70 per acre.
320 acres. 240 cultivated, Ihl.
ance good paature, fenced,
four-room house, stable, lo< .
cated four miles from rail*'
roud, In Nortli Dakota. Prlc«
$7,000; will trade for Taco
160 acres, 90 cultivated, balanca
hilly pasture; 60 acres fall
grain, five room house, barn,
six head of horses, farm
tools; two miles from rail
road; price $ : ..mi
20 acres, all cultivated; first
class soil, good fence. Lo
cated one mile from ntation
in Willamette valley. Price
$20 per acre, easy terms, or
will take some Tacoma prop
2 acres, nearly all cultivated,
located two blocks from car
line, outside city limits of
Tacoma, six blocks from 5
cent car fare. Prlrp $1,000.
Will take good vacant lota
as part pay.
See us about these. Bring this
advertisement with you.
J. M. CURTIS & CO.
314 Bankers Trust Building 1. *'