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THE OREGON MIST.
United Mat at Comity Offleld Paper.
BT. IIlUMIt Kovmhm 201891.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
EnglUb.of Lol Desoli
caller t U' offlu
Mr. D. B,
Pni. rwl imoVc or (reh
candies call ! Dtktfr
Bairhon M s Uttlo more plentiful
just now Uu Uey hvo been for
oW time. " '', .1.,"" ''
' Th . best brands of coffees, teas,
(ilcee, etc., ftt Bcon'i, Qillton.
' fitl,iifinnilla is running in the
Killogtf while the Utter U in
I'ortUnd having a new boiler put In.
Mm, J. 9,Muokte vliltetl CUUktnte
lasV Friday' night mid enjoyed the
yeptendid itrulnment given by the
' U. E. church of tht place.
me ikouogg company
- charging far to pawengen, though
' not quit at high rate aa wai the cti
loin befor the fit boat echeme.
Bacon f) highest price tor all
kind of produce), ' ,
A Qeorge ICUy and family of Milton,
loft Thursday tor a week visit at Long
Beach, Washington, with relatives.
- Miu Flora Thorn, of Oregon City,
srseiit last week la St. Helens visiting
at the horn of Judge and Mr. F. A.
Moor. Bhe returned home Monday.
Frodnc Uken in exchange for
goods at Bacon' fariuera' alliance
, 8ee the card of Chaa. W. Mayger,
notary public and insurance ag nt,
,. Mavcer. Oregon, iu another column.
. Tuer haa been a epecial agent or
the interior department in and about
, 8t Helen lately lookiug after Uncle
Ham'a Interest. '
.The Portland Seei Company hare
' -an ad In this week'a Mwt. Mr. F. W.
Miller, the manager, waa, for a long
time, connected with the firm of
Miller Bro., seedsman, aud U well
known to many of our reader.
"'l W call th attention of our reader
to the ad of J. M. Moyer Company,
clothier, of Portland, and take pleat
ur in recommending Uiera aa a relin
Me firm, wh arc always ready and
'willing to attend to th want of their
Mr. Edwin Rom attended th enter-
Uttutfent ''at CUtskanie last Fridy
.i.liL Ha renorta a solendid time
and aay that "th programme w i x
cvllent." However it wm not due to
any nort on th part of th people of
t i ne aieamer iyer
. . - 1. a a In II. a
Pound pua in a lewusyo win m
on th Tacoma-Sealtle route. The
'Flyer ii expected to mke an average
'f about twenty-three mile per hour,
ihu laying th railrOnd of thi couo-
try in the shade.
Don't fail to attend the octal t the
Masonic hall thi (FriJay) evening.
There will be aomeihing new on the
' prograronYersomething never before
.en in, St. Helena., A plendid lunch
tiM been prepared by the ladle of the
town and a good lime ia aatured those
who attend. ,
Bine November 1889, eleolicily a
th motive power, ha been' adopted
by three of the etreet railway of Port
land. An aggregate ol 82 i mile U
operated in thi manner and an ad-v
ditiousl 32 utile I being converted
into electric road, or. under proposi
tion to that end.
Hillaboro, th relic of moubackism
for to many year, la now about the
only live town lu the Willamette val
lej. Her electric lights and water
works will be in operation com time
next month. Thi, coupled with the
. erection ol a brick city hall, a new
ft brick courthouse and ft number of
new business blocks, is th pure es
X tenet of prosperity, while the teething
-ma of humanity in 8t Helen have
to be content with coal oil lamp and
river water. v
Many year practice have given 0
A.BnowACo.. Solicitor of Patents,
at Washington, D. C, unsurpassed
usees in obtaining patent for all
classe of invention. They make a
specialty of rejected oases, and have
euid allowance of many patent
that had been previously rejected.
Their advertisement id another col
umn, will b of interest to inventors
patentee, manufacturer, and all who
hav to do with patents.
We trust that those of our reader
who bav lately received statements of
their account with Thi Mist for sub
scription will find it convenient to re
spend with the cash at an early date,
as it require considerable of that com
modity to ruu a newspaper.
thes accounts have been running for
years and should be paid. Just one
' or two subscribers In aroars would not
mk o vary much difference, but
, when you consider that .we have on
- our books several hundred who are de
linquent all th way from one to seven
years, It is of material importance to
us, and w hop to receive a prompt
response from those delinquent Sub
; acription tftid promptly make a good
A man by th name of Frank Peter
son was arrested lust Saturday night,
having been caught In the act of bur
(laritinK Muokle Bros.' Store. About
2 o'clock on Sunday morning the
watchman in th mill heard a noise at
the store and on approaching near
aw a man ii.alde. The watchman at
one summoned assistance .and pro
ceeded to capture the thief. Peterson
had broken in a pun of glass in the
back door of tlio store and then
reached inside and removed the bar
from the door, turned the key and
walked in. It whs the breaking of
the glass that gav him away, making
a noito that the watchman happened
to hear. The burglar did not eem to
want anything but clothing, and was
making hast as fast as possible to
load himself with that commodity,
which he seemed somewhat in need of.
When confronted by the watchman
and others he seemed to wilt at once
and onered no resistance, simply say '
log, "you can fine me." He had boon
drinking corn and ckimed that he
did not know what he was doing at
thi time ; but all the goods that lie had
selected were just about the proper
sixe for him, especially was this the
can with a pail of shoes which ho had
picked out. An examination was
held before Recorder Watt Monday
morning and his bail was fixed at 1500
to await the action of th grand
jury, in default which ha was sent to
jail in Portland, the sheriff taking him
up on Tuesday last. It is the general
opinion that Peterson was not nearly
so drunk aa he pretended.
Thestoamer Toledo is at present
hauled out on the way in East Port
land undergoing repairs. Bhe will be
on her regular mute again some time
II. R, Wickershara and Chaa. W.
Ubbelohde made proof on their claims
Drew, the Bcsppoose burglar, who
haa been serving a thirty-day sentence
in the county Jail, wss given his free-
dom last Friday, having completed his
Clarissa. A. Rosenberg made final
proof on her homestead before County
Clerk Quick Wednesday.
Last Friday evening a quiet wedding
took place at the residence of Mr. and
Mr. John Diobiee, the happy parties
being Mr. Andrew Clark and Misi
Edith Dibblee. The wedding cere
mony waa pronounced in a very ini
pressUe manner by Rev. William
Travis, of East Portland. The rooms
were tastefully decorated with flowers,
plants, evergreens and ivy ; the parlors
presented a hendome appearance.
After congratulation war extended
the wedding party sat down to an ele
gant dinner, to which alt did justice
Mr. and Mra. Clark weretho recipients
of manv nice nresenta. They will be
"at home" to their friends on Wendes
day of each week. The guests were
Mr. and Mr. John Dibblee. Mr. and
Mrs. M. Pomeroy, Mr, aud Mrs. A. L,
Richardson, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Deiii,
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Mockle, Miss A.
Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. William Perry,
Mrs. John Holland, Messrs. Dean
Blanchard. Joaiuh Weston, R. C.
Campbell, 3. B. E. Rourne, J. W,
Green. II. R. Dibblee and Rev. Wil-
J. Frost haa paid us a few viait
lately and caused quit a coolness in
Chas. Avery is the last victim of
misplaced confidence in a running
saw to the extent of a badly wounded
hand H the shingle mill, on Tuesday
last. Wbon will the boy learn thu
they cannot atop a " but saw with
their naked handf.
Miss May Drou is seriously ill with
rheiimatio fever. , : .: ''
Mr. D. C. Tedford ia behind the
counter of W. J, Muckle. Report say
he is a partner.
Mr. Jennie Graham haa moved in
to town again with ber family. Mr.
Q. don't look so lonesome now. -
Mr. Peter Brous is building him
self a new cottae which will, when
finished, be quite an addition t the
Dan Bearce is not only a first class
carpenter but farmer as well, aa can
be proven by the produce of his farm.
He has some of the largest potatoes
ou exhibition at the postofflce that we
have seen, one of them measures, and
weigh well we won't say how much
but bring on your big potatoes and h
will match with you.
Mr. Bearce ha fitted up the cottage
k.. ,k t,.U .nr1 ia fvmmvlnir it for
by the bridge and is ocoup; tog u lot
'f nor is not vacant ' habitable
house in town though many more
could find tenant.
Rev. Mr. Bauman, our new Congre
gational minister, will move with hi
,mjiy M aoon as he is able to eour
a house. Mr. Bauman take the place
of Rv. Wise who has resigned the pas
torate at thi plaee and gone East of
Several case of Infiuensa hsv been
reported but it i on the decline.
Thanksgiving will b observed by
a sermon in th morning in connec
tion with other appropriate exercise
interspersed with . music from the
The senior examination will begin
on the 21st inst. The class numbers
near forty-five. Ten out of the twenty
seven branches will be given at this
The college boarding hall now has
170 students to board.
The different societies will give a
joint exhibition at the end of this
school term. Among the exercises
will be a play by seventeen characters
and occupying two hour's.
Tlio new tlcctric clock arrived this
week and will bo put in position im
mediately. Wires wilt be connected
to the various rooms ia order to have
the sonata for change of recitation be
made at th same time.
Miss Anna Stockton and Messrs.
F. Shanks and W. H. Powell delivered
an adress in chapel this morning, it
being the regular morning for senior
Yt ur correspondent reads with
pleasure the many items of interest
contained in each isue of Thb Mist..
WlLHBMt II PboCTOR.
Weather fine and cool.
Mills generally are closing down for
Where is your deer, Kilbyf Answer.
Where is yours, Girt f
Mr. Bnssear' mill hands have nearly
all quit bim. They say they cannot
land the pressure ol tf per monm.
William Graham, of Washington, is
at present visiting bis Iriend ol the
Deer hunting is a sport engaged in
quite extensively for the last few
weeks. Judging irom tne results mere
must he two hunters for one "dear." .
Well, boys, what's the matter with
having a dance. 8i Klboo.
The recent rains have made the
roads almost impassible between this
place and St. Helena.
The mill company are rafting 1 um
ber from this place to Misbawaka
where they find sale for all they take
The "Molly Darling" wa wrecked
last Tuesday. While being loaded
with lumder it became loose and went
over the dam below the mill. Damage
unknown, but it is thought to be a
Harvey Powell and George Pearson
look a trip to Mist last Saturday. They
expiess ihenue'vea well pleased with
the road. Take a boat next tune
boys if the road don't suit you
Misses Dora Powell and Frona Wil
kinson came home last Saturday.
There will be an entertainment at
the school-honse tonight. Admission
25 cents. "Come early and avoid the
Now Mr. Editor, if I see this in print
it will not be the lust you will hear
from me. Ujo.
To Subscribers, Old and New.
In order to put The Weekly Oregonian
Into the homes of thoe now without it, the
publishers make the liberal offer of fifteen
months lor U 00 in all who subscribe prior
to January l. isio.
The offer applies not
only to new subscribers but to rencwuls as
wpll . In addition to this, etch new suh-
! soribsr, or old subscriber renewing, la given
hu ch(;joe of dlhw Tho Xmeri,..MB Live-
stock Manuel," or the Standard American
postiige prepaid. These are valuable works
of reference for the farmer.
The Weekly Orcgoninii is the great week
ly of tha Northwest. There is no weekly
published on the Pacific coast, or anywhere
else, that furnishes readers a fuller com
pendium of ail the news of the world than
does the Weekly Oregonian. No other pa
per gives cnoh close attention to Pacific
coast news, especially t what is transpiring
in the great Northwest. Aside from its
unexcelled news features, a larir number
of speeitil articles, prepared for its columns
by well Known writers, are puDiisnea dur
ing tho year. It furnishes descriptive let
ters from various portions of our own coun
try and from foreign climes, as well as
stories, poetry and well selected miscellany.
There is a department maintained lor the
furtnnr, alse for tha women and children.
All the advantages of a newspaper of the
first class are offered by The Weekly Ore
gonian. No family In the satire Northwest
can afford to be without it,
Adress. ' ' '
OBSObMIA PUBMSHtKO Co, ,
raopuc, rauit, wro,
W HK AT Valley , It 60; Walla Walla,
l AO to It Vi jer cental.
FLOdU-Biandard, ft 75; Walla Walla.
l 60 per barrel. . .
OATH New, 42$4ftc per bushel,
MILLHTUKFtf-Hran, IHMJ20: shorts,
JMftU ; chop feed, llniaw per tun, barley ,
S pr ton.
HUTT Kit Oregon fancy creamery, 85(9
870! fancy dalrv, 80c: fair tono1, 2ft(&,27
common, 16Mi2c; Kantern, i031)ic per
CJI EE8E Oregon, 12ai2tfc; Eastern.
14c per pound.
vXuii xiatxuee ner dozen.
I'OUl.TitY Ol'l chickens. 14 80(39;
young chickens. i &0($3 60: ducks, A57;
gee, nominal, B9 10 perdosen; turkeys,
NSiaiflc per pound.
VKUBrABI,KH Cabbage, nominal, 75c
tfl percental; onions. BOutgll per cental.
potatoes, sotftooc par sac
aoc ner box.
tomatoes, 40 lo
to 80c per box
J STAfL OBOCiaiES.
COFFEE-Cost KUa. 70 to 21c; Rio.
21c; Mocha, 30c: Java. Arbuckle's,
100-pounu oases. Zlc per pounu.
UlJGAR-l'oldcn C,4c; extra C, 4c;
BEANa Small whites, 3 We; pink. Be;
bayos. 4c; nutter, 8c; tlmas, 4c per
- ..kT,W .HI 1. ,11. ..... Jl
HAI.T-UverDool.114 ftOtoftftfiO: stock.
ill to 112 per ton ill carload lots.
BYKUP-Eastern, In barrels, 42 to 45c;
65 to 0c per gallon: 12 25 to 12 60 per ker;
California, in barrels, 80c per gallon; 1 76
KIU&-I5 75 per cental.
rut MBAT MASKIT.
BEEF T.I ve, 2c; dressed. 6 to 6c.
MUTTON Uvs, sheared 8Hc; dressed,
. H008 Live. 5c; dressed. 7c.
V KA 16 to 7c per pound.
HMOKKI) MEATS AND LARD East
ern bam. U to Hc; other varieties. 12Jc;
lard, compound, 10c; pure, Y. to 13c;
Oregon, 10' to 12Kc; breakrvt bacon,
13 to isc j sinoaea oscon, ii o uc.
Rev. t. M. 8hrnut, Pastor United Bretb-
ern Church, Blue Mound. Kan. , says : " I
feel it my duty to tell what wonders Dr.
Kiniri's New Discovery hss dons for me.
My Lungs were badly diseased, and mv
parlahloners thought I could lireonly a few
week. I took five bottles of Dr. King's
New Discovery and am sound and well
gaining 2S lbs. in weight."
Arthur Love, Manager Love's Funny
Folks Combination, writes: "After tbor
ough trial and convincing evidence, I am
confident Dr. King's New Discovery for
Conoumntion. bests 'em all. and cures
when everytning else laus, me greatest
kindness I can do my many thousand
friendi lo urze them to trv it." Free trial
bottles at Edwin Ross' Drug Store. Begu
lar sites ouc ana si.ou.
The Great Fundamental Princi
ple or the Unirerse and Its
Power to Restore Health.
(Oregonian, November 16, 1891.)
Experiments by scientists are con
stantly aud surely proving electricity to
be the great motor power of creation.
Electricity ia the most powerful chem
ical agent, as well as the basis of enem
ies! action. It is the primal element of
light and heat; the promoter of life
and the austainer of health. Disease
yields readily to its magnetio totich.and
er. o unrelenting death is averted by its
presence. Thousands of afflicted and
suffering bear witnesa to it healing
power. The electro-magnetic, a prac
ticed by Dr. Darrin, has revolutionised
the practice of mediciue, as is shown
b the following.
extracts or testimonials:
Ed. Hynes, Albina, catarrhal deaf
P. C. Mcfarlane, Vancouver, sciatic
Thomas Buff, Mocksburg, dizziness,
kidney and liver complaint, restored
J. R. Cunningham, Wapinitia, Was
co Co., Or., total deafness two years iu
one ear and partially so in th other,
Mr. J. E. Smith, Prineville, Or., ner
vous debility aud general weakness, al
most bordering on insanity, restored.
Henson McCoy, The Dalies, Or.,
deafness and terrible pain in the ear
and head for six months, until he waa
nearly crazy, restlessness and insomnia.
Restored to health by electricity after
all treatments had failed.
Dr. Darrin continue to treat all class
es, the rich and poor alike, free of
charge, at 70) Washington street, Port
land, from 10 to 11 A. M. daily. Those
willing to pay, from 11 A. M. to 8 P.M.
at one-half hi former price. He gives
free confidential examinations to all at
the office or by loiter. He treat all
curable chronic, acute and private des
eases with electricity, and medicine
NOTICE FOR rVBa.ICA'TlOl.
Land OIBcs at Oregon City. Or., Sept 2. IM1.
Notice is hereby given thai the following
named settler has filed uoUce of his intention
to make final Drool in stiDDort of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before the County
Clerk of Columbia county, at St. Helena. Or., ou
November a. imi, tis:
H. K. WIOKKRSHAN
Homestead entry No. for the eU of ne M of
see. as, tp 7 n. r J w. He names the following
witnesses to prove his continuous residence
upon, and cultivation of said land, via: Felix
Dobast, C. W. Mother. W. M. Kigm and C
J. f. APPERHON, ftsgister.
One Dollar Weekly
Buys a good gold watch by our club sys
tem. Our 14 karat gold-tilled cases are war
ranted for 20 years. Fine Elgin and Wttl
thatn m tveiuent. Stem wind and set.
Lady's or gent's sise. Kqual to any $50
watch, 'i'o secure agents where we have
none, we sell one of the hunting cave
watches for the club price $28 and wild 0.
O. D. by express with privilege of examina
tion before paying for the same.
Our agent at Durham, N. C, writes :
"Our Jewelers have confessed they doa't know
how you can furniib such work for tha money."
Our agent at Heath Springs, 8. 0., writes:
"Your watches take at sight. The gentleman
wbo got the last watch said that he examined
and priced a leweler a watches iu Lancaster,
that were no batter than yours, but the price
Our agent at Pennington, Tex., writes:
"Am la receipt of tha watch, and am pleased
without measure. All who have sees it say it
would be cheap at itO."
On pood reliable agent wanted for each
place. Write for particulars.
Estnas Watch Co., New York.
I nrrAfi W MAVni'R
MAYOER, - OREOoW.
Canned Goods and Fresh Fruits.
Tobacco and Cigars
PnrtluS. Ortfon. A. P. Amftranf, Ptla.
BnUKh Srhwl : Oai-itii. Bus. Collmi, U. Ontoa.
Sim oourao of Mud? , m r tut of tuition.
Trfrwrilinf, Fenmtuhi,mmt fKftitk PrmrtmUMH
mjrln mlM thnnuuool tin flu. SCf tela -J
itl M anjr lima. VaulofM tw IUm rm
Is Bold o a
to cure any form
of oervou d iMmo
or any dlaoroer of
f m oi eiioerMx,
I mm thm vcai r
umoI stimuUDU, AFTER
Dacco or upturn, or uirouxo touuiiui loaiere
tloo. over lndulpccDce, Ac, men u han o( Brala
Power, WakefiilncM, brrln don n Paiuilnthe
back,Bemliu4WraJtDM,ii)rnerla, Ken out ir.it-
tritloo, Nocturnal Kmlriiona, Leieorrhora, l!s
slaeaa, Weak Memory, Lonof Power and Iinpo
tency, which If neflecteil often lead to premature
Ota e e ana mtmniiv. rnca at aw a. oox. ooxaa
for 15.00. Sent by ma'l on reci-Ipt ol price-
A WRIimr.VARAKTr:it is (riven for
erery5.tt)orderre,clvml. torefnnfl the money If
a Permanent cure Is not efTertrd Wo hava
inontandaol trstimoniais immoio sna youna;.
by the m of Aphrodltlne. C ircular Irce. AddrcH
THE APHRO MEDICINE CO.
Wauvn llrauch. Box 27. Poan Lilt Oa.
For sale by EDWIN BOSS, Druggist,
St. Helena, Or,
First and Taylor 8treet.
PORTLAND - - OREGON
Work anrl prices ilia cannot he beaten.
This It to certify that my wife has left my
bed and board without toy consent, and
hereafter I will not be re)onsible for any
debts that she may contr ct.
,23n20 F. C. WINCHESTER
A fine tract of ICO acres in Beaver valley, com
prising the se',4 of nw.sw(.i of atVt. n! of
u . and neU ol vmV.. aetr. townehiD 7 north.
rangas wet. This is a t-.act of land that ia
mortty agricultural after the timber is removed.
lernta reasonaoje. Appiy mi. uia wiuin.
Notice Is herebv sriven that I. Wm. H.
Dolman, the administrator of the estate of
Mary Benne't, deceased, have filed with
the clerk of the conntv court of !olumhia
county, stiite of Oregon, my final account
ot niy auuiimsiratiuii u wu wwnc,
. ."S : .1 . : . : ... 1 ....I.
inimucr Willi hi iirtiuuu 01
mttit and rli-trihut on of the residue of said
etate remaining in my Ii m.ls; and that tiie
judge ot said court ban fixed Monday, the
HtU dav of December, 1801, at 10 o'clock A.
t-ourt as the time and place for the hearing
and settlement of said account and peti
tion for distribution, at which time and
pi ce any and all persons interested may
ai.ui Hum 1 1 :l v kiiix file I'uurimuiu i-mu
appear ana contest tne snme.
Administrator of the estate of Mary Ben
Dated November 12. 1S9I. nl3dll
Notice is herebv tnven that . the under
signed administrator of thectateof Pounii
F. Murphy, deceased, have filed with the
clerk of the county court of Columbia
county. HUle of Oregon, my report and
final account of said astute, and that the
judge ol said court has fixed Monday the
Tib day of December. 1891. at 10 o'clock A.
M. of said dav. and the court room of said
court as the lime and place for the hearing
of said report and account, si which time
and place any and all persons interested
may appear ana contest tne sam-.
R. P. ORAHAM.
Administrator of the estate of Dennii
Dated October 30, 1801. oS0n27
NOTICE I'OR rVBILCATIO!.
Land Ofllca at Orerou Cltv. Or.. October 8. 1891
Notice is hereby given that the followinr
named minor heir of James Dooley, deceased.
haa filed notice of her intontion to make final
jruui iu,iirnjii vi nv vwui, hi. b,v
proof will be made before the Ret Ister and Re
ceiver of the United States Lsnd omce at Ore-
go a City, Oregon, on November 27, 1S91, vis:
Formerly Jennie Dooley, one of the minor heirs
of James Donley, deceased, homestead entry
No. 5V for the ne'-i of sec. S, tp n, r 3 w, Bhe
names the following witnesses to prove the con
tinuous residence of James Doolev. deceased.
upon and cultivation of said land, via: Lewis
Piper, Frans M, Tompkins, John O. Tompkins
ana Biepnen names; an oi ocappooso postouice,
t;oiuuioie county, uregon.
olCnM J. T. A r PERSON, Register.
Notice is hereby given that on
Saturday, November 21, 1891
At 10 e 'clock A. M.. we will offer for sale at
public auction , at the residence of W. Ii,
Coi.nell, Deer Island, Columbia county,
uregon, tne rouowtng-aescrinea property
21 head ot horses and mules; 16 wheel
scrapers ; 8t slip scrapers: 1 tarpaulin; 2
plows ; 1 wagon , and S sets tf chain harness.
Said live stock and tool having been left
in our charge by one K. M. Carr during the
month of December, 1890, and the feed and
storage charges thereon to date, amounting
to $863 9ft, and remaining unpaid; therefore
in accordance wun tne statute made snd
provided in such cases we have caused this
notice to be posted. If such unpaid
charges, with charges still accruing it-main
unpaid at the date hereinbefore written;
said live stock, tiols, etc will be sold to the
highest Didder. Terms oi sale, uasb.
S. W. ALDRICH & CO
An old physician, retired from practice.
having had placed in his hands by an East
India missionary, the formula of a sJniule
vegetable remedy for the speedy snd per-
niKiirni cure ot coisumpiwn , Dronciiutls,
catarrh, asthma and all turoat and luns af.
tectums, also a positive and racicaj cure
for nervous debility and all nervous com
plaints, after having tested its wonderful
curative powers in thousands of rases, baa
felt it his duty to make it known to his suf
fering fellows. Actuated by this motive
ana a nesira to relieve numan sullertng 1
win scna tree oi i-narge, to all who desire It
this recipe. In German. French or Knsrlish
with full directions for preparing and using.
auMg tun iaMT. tv . A. nulls,
820 Powers' Block. Rochester, V
King Clothiers of the Northwest.
Ime Crr, Herrlsa statl ) - rrtlaa
HOMESPUN SUITS, $22.50.
OVERCOATS FROM $10.00 TO $25.00 EACH:
MENS FINE surrs
1000 STIFF HATS 16o Each
Reason for this Slanghter: BROKEN SIZES.
SEE DISPLAY IN CORNER WINDOW.
All Our Seeds AreTested
F.L.POSSON & Son.
F. R. CHOWN,
- MANUFACTURERS OF -
2 1 2 First snd cor. Salmon Street
1041 FIRST STREET,
OPP. LADD & TILTON'S BANK.
You are respectfully invited to call at the office of the
OREGON H0I.2ESTEAD GO.
And examine our lUt of
Hawthorne's First Addition to Portland,
LOTS 50X100 FT.
Parti ea who desire to visit and examine this property will Bad our sgaat sad teas
time free of expense.
We also offer 100 10-acra traet. belonging to
the Hawthorne eatate at Uillssoso, Washington
county, 14 miles treat of Portland, one hour's ride
by rail, three Uroea daily.
This is to certify that the "Oregon Homestead Cenpany" has secured farnaMod aad well located
homesteads, requiring little. If any clearing, with ttrst-elass soil, well adapted to grain and Tees
tables, aa well as to the production ot ever variety of grain and fruits that can be a row a lu Cali
fornia, Oregon and Washington, and we have
taa wa&aington siae oi tne uoiumDis, river. convenient tatneutnutogui auii)r miivvi mnr,
andononslte to Hood Rivr station, on the line of the Unioa Pavlne railway, M milea east of tha
city of Portland. We cordially recommend our
There are aosr sixty settlers la the colony aa) claims enough for 10 to IS more families,
aud obtain full uerticulaca.
We are also locating a colony about three allies from Port Angeles. Firs, 10 sad 90-ecrs tracts
fee per acre. . -
Also a colony at Billsboro, Or. on 10 and 10-ecre tracts at 1100 and 1124 per acre.
Meters farm I miles from St. Helens, all good land, creek running through the renter, epleadld
springs, new room house, small garden, fruit trees; SSg per sera.
Wshavethelargtstandmoet valuable tractsof land In the state of 4rom and Wstalslmaj
laM. We receive none for subdivision or aaJa that we cannot have endorsed by tha leadiug resi
dents of the district in which sueh lands are situated. W receive none except such aa have aa
absolute perfect title.
We have 200 J-acre tracts near PORT ANGELES, WASH., a eleemet tract for a eotony S0 par ,
acre: S,300 acres lu a body near um eaove. zs
We have for sale a beautiful fruit farm of a ISO sores, SO aeras under fane, SS aeras anter ealll.
vation. Price $1,500. Terms $'.,200 cash, balance on time, with household furniture
horses, cattle, hots, poultry, wagons aad everything suitable tnr a Srse-cls
faxm.rSOa Tersss, 12,006 cash, balaoce on Um. Call and got
US seres fine cleared land near Rosebnrg. Oregon, nearly all level, dotted with beaatlfui eat
trees. V per sere, apeadld fruit and grain hum.
One 10-acre tract, near Port Angeles. ?6 pec acre. cash.
A party is forming hers to visit tha VsilSoel fttatoa 4T CeXaaahla. Hwaisls Aasartaaa,
during the month of December, tn be absent tareaor four mouths. The wdacaaseate eavred
are far superior to those of California in 1840, without tho hardships tbea oadnred. The
mines of Col suit wist exceed tn rivnuess
The climate Is iust the same aa in CstliSor
cents to II per acre. Produce, any kind of fruit, grapes and grain gnwn la CaUioralaaM
Oregon, in addition to coffee, cocoa and all tha tropical fruits.
. ANOTHER PABTIa
Is forming to visit ftaa llleajo and the CUT
Decern be. , to spend tbewlnter. exploring tho mti
locating a colony of frst-elaas farmers and fruit ra
MR. GEQRGEE. PLACE, Care of our office,
A Tin ft at. UATYiAnf nnrl f a 104S
Table and Pocket Cutlery
Cooking and Heating
and Copper Ware,
Properties , the finest and best
which ia ..
PRICES $700 TO $850 EACH- TERMS
ready al aay
41 aerea. Improved farm 7 miles aamth ef fart
land, BaarClackamas. Clackamas station, . P.
K. R, good house, land all fenced, good water,
sous umber; price 1160 per sen, easy to ran s.
Warn Samoa. Wasst, Augustas, ISM.
located thereon. Maid homesteads ana situated est
Meads aad others to Join ear colour.
B. A.Ctm.tSiTst.. rortnmd.
W. J. Kols, 3S Oait aL. Portland.
W. J. Hatss, eoc. rrotrtand Hall sta., Portland.
Cais. H. CsuasoM, 271 Feurth St., Portlaud.
O. P. Cook, cor. Fourth and J ata., B. Portland.
C. B. Bi.ACawai.in ear. 4th aad J eta. K. rorltaad.
M. W. KiNCaiS). Porter sk, Fwrtland.
F. Piaaca, ear. Third aad Ash sts., rorlland.
per acre, very uoanu i
any ever uiseoverea IB a'miisaHrstssi ef mavataia,.
miss, the farasios; lands ranging la price from SS
f Bssaawaidsu Lswtr Cssltfwrwta hi
.ne. and examining the country with a view of
raisers. For full tRfonaetioa.sead t-ceot ataapto