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SUBSCRIPTION. 11.60 PER YEAR.
8T. HiLSN8,AvauiT26, 1892.
TBS WHEAT YIELD.
State report and other credible
aulho'ities chow that the winter wbea
real, m whole, are not likely to
give mora than an average yield; and
the spring wheat region will produce
below the average. The indications
are for an aggregate out-turn of about
480,000,000 bushel, being some 132,-
000.000 leat than tbe reported product
of 1891, and abowing likewise that the
exportable surplus from the crop of
1892, will be about 140,000,000 leas
than the crop of 1891, a domeatio re
quirement have increased fully 8,-
000,000 since last year.
Abroad, the situation present as
great a change from that of 1891 as
is shown in America, India ha
crop about 60,000,000 below that of
last year; South America and Aus
tralia together, crops that do not differ
.. materially but are rather below than
above those of laMl, while the crops
of Asia Minor, Northern Africa, Greece
and Bulgaria are decidedly inferior to
those of last year. The harvests also
of Italy, Hungary, Spain and Portu
gal are from 10 to 15 per cent, below
the product gathered in 189L -
The wheat area in Great Britain is
o much less than last year that the
product will be from 8,000,000 to 10,
000,000 bushels less. In Scandiuavia
tbe temperature has been so very low
and rains so excessive as to cause grave
fears as to the ripening of all the cer
eals ; while, on the other hand, drought
, and unequal distribution of the rain
fall have brought crop failure over
wide Russian areas, tbe indication be
ing that wheat and rye will both be
below the average, although from 5 to
10 per cent, better than last year.
There is still great uncertainty about
the Bussian crops, the utterances of
various officials not being in accord ;
not yet do they agree with those from
commercial sources. Yet all admit
: that although the harvest may be
somewhat better than last year, it can
not be an average one, and such seems
to be the case also as regards the crop
While America has the promise of
about an average wheat harvest, all
European crop indicate yields below
the average. It is true that there are
areas where tbe product will exceed
that of last year; notably in France
and Belgium, where the increase is
likely to exceed tbe diminution of 60,-
000,000 bushel in the crop of India ;
while the increase in the product of
Bussian wheat fields may equal in the
decrease in the product of Great Brit
ain and Italy. But where can be
found an increase that will equal the
difference in the yield of the Ameri
can fields? ;
this county aooum, by all means,
make an exhibit of its fruits, timber
and grasses at the comiog Portland
Exposition ; and also endeavor to have
it transferred from Portland to the
world's fair at Chicago with the other
Oregon product that will be aent
there. Daring the coming exposition
Portland will be visited by thousands
of Eastern people, both North and
South, who do not come for the sole
purpose of seeing the large cities of
the state but they want to aee the
product of the soil as well; that they
may be able to judge the state's future
thereby. While the exposition is in
progress tbe Sovereign Grand Lodge
of Odd Fellow meets in Portland and
a special day baa been set aside by
Superintendent Mitchell a Odd Fel
lows day, when all the delegate will
be present in a body. These delegates
come from all part of tbe United
States and Canada, and are here for
tbe purpose of seeing the country as
well as doing lodge duty, and number
several thousand strong. . For this
reason a display would be far more
reaching this year than any previous
one, and that the result would be sat
isfactory do one will dispute.
"Talk about foreign markets!" ex
claimed the president of one of tbe
largest manufacturers of ailverplated
ware in the country. "I would rather
have the state of New York for a
market for our goods than the whole
continent of Europe. We are protec
tionists, not so much on account of
benefits derived by our business di
rectly from the tariff, but because we
appreciate the -superior purchasing
power of the American people over
that of Europeans, and we know that
that superiority is due primarily
to protection. We want American
workers to receive high wages so that
they can afford to buy our goods."
SonoftheClatakanie people have
set on foot a very commendable work
in organizing a World's Fair Club, the
object being to place before the world,
at Chicago, the products of Columbia
county. This, indeed, is a step in the
right direction, and should receive the
encouragement and assistence of every
good citizen in the county. ' -
Th managers of the world's fair
have done a timely act by having the
Chicago hotel men sign a contract to
not raise their rates during the fair.
W. H. Powell was in town early Sat
urday morning on his way up the
Clatrkani. He was in town again
Inter in tbe day, and there seemed to
be a lady in the buggy with him
headed for tbe Mitt alliance meeting
On Monday morning Mr. V. bad an
other errand up the Clatskauie, and io
returning to town (alone, fortunately,)
his horse got to kicking, demoralising
the driver and couveyauce pretty
badly. The cart showed the most in
jury, but Powell thought he felt the
worst after being tossed overboard. A
buggy ride in good company has many
attraction, but some drawbacks at
Misses Gilbert and Wheeler return
ed from Portland last Friday on their
way to Mist, They bad considerable
trouble in getting Means of convey'
ance that evening, but secured horses
and went to "take iu" the camp meet
Bev. F. J. Brown preached his clos
ing sermou last Sabbath evening be
fore leaving thia circuit to renew his
college course at the Portland Uni
versity. His labors here as pastor
huve made him many friends who
would be glad to have him remain. It
is expected that the M. E. conference,
in session in East Portland this week,
will select a successor for the coming
Another raft of piling timber went
out the first of the week. Mr. Bortli
wick has had an energetic crew at
work during the summer and got out
a large number of these timbers tor use
tlong the Columbia river.
Mr. and Mrs. D. D. McClnre, Mr. B.
B. Beidford, Misses A. L. and Millie
Niedt, of Portland, were visitors last
week, spending a few days with their
friend, McPhail, who was showing
them some of the charms of this rain
iatu re metropolis.
Some much needed work has been
done on the town end of the couutj
bridge crossing the ClaUkanie, the
worn plank having been replaced by
Another valuable improvement is
going on near the China house in con
structing a bridge to cross tbe ditch
that empties into the river there. It
is being done by subscription at the
expense of a comparatively few people
who prefer the convenience of crossing
there to the inconvenience and addi
tional distance required to follow the
county survey. The road from Marsh
land ought to enter town by this route.
The cornet band looked quite at
tractive in their uniforms, carrying
their polished horns, as they started
out for Mist ou Friday morning. The
band wagon was not heavily gilded,
but answered the purpose,
A child about 5 months old of Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Franklin, living out
near the site of the old Hirupel mill,
died last Thursday of congestion of the
lungs, and was buried on Friday after
noon in the village cemetery.
Tbe alliance campmeeting at Mipt
drew together a considerable number
of families who spent two or three days
in tents or such accommodations as
they could secure for themselves. Our
4own contributed quite a number,
whose absence made it seem quiet
here. The alliance is generally said
to be non-partisan, but the number of
"Weaver and Field" badges worn,
made tbe camping place look like a
third party rally. Third partly cam
paigners, Waldrop and Mrs. Hobart
were tbe principal speakers, with lesser
lights to declare, "them's my senti
ments, tool" Between speaking, sing
ing, dancing and promenading, all
seemed to find something suited to
their taste, nnless it was accommoda
tions, which were crowded and a little
close for some of the visitors. Good
nature generally prevailed, and those
who endorsed the sentiments of tbe
speakers declare they had a good time,
while others tried to make the best of it.
The Waldrop family of four children
constituting part ot the attraction at
Mist, gave an elocutionary and music
al entertainment on their return on
Monday evening; at Conyers' hall.
Quite a large audience greeted the
children and were very pleasantly en
tertained, as they possess marked elo
cutionary and musical ability.
Mr. and Mrs. Z. Bryant left this
week for a visit to the valley, and the
young ladies, Misses Fannie, Abbie
and Maud return to- Centralis, Wash!,
to resume their school duties in tbe
near future at that place.
On Tuesday evening another enter
tainment for school benefit took place
at Conyers' hall. After some music
by the orchestra, four little ladies gave
a dialogue, short but spicy. A cornet
solo, by Mr. Shourds, was very well
rendered, and the feature of the even
ing, tbe broom drill by twelve young
ladies, followed. The ladies were
dressed In uniform with their brooms
decorated for th occasion, and their
movements iu marching and counter
marching were brilliantly executed.
Their soldierly appearance and skill
ful handling of their (broom) guns
called out quite merited and sponta
sous applause. To say tbey did well
would be putting it quite mildly, i
deed. E. U. Blackford acted a cap-
taiu and did the drilling, while the
following ladies formed the marching
column: Nora Conyers, Multie Blood
flallitt Conyers, Fannie Bryant, Mattie
Dixon, Abbie Bryant, Jennie Myers
Axulie Conyers, Laura Nichols, Cora
Bryant, Cora Blackford, Louise Dop
After the drill of half an hour Mr. Mo-
Pbail sang a solo with splendid effect,
when the soldiers were recalled and
requested to repeat some of their move
menu, which was done. Alter more
musio the entertainment was changed
to preparations for the more general ex
ercises of a quadrille, whereupon some
of the audience retired to make room
for others, and dancing was indulged
in for a few hours. Tbe financial re
sults were not announced at the time
of this writing.
The reaidence and barn belonging
to Mr. O. Bowman, situated about two
miles south of this place, was destroyed
by fire on Saturday night latt, sup
posed to be the work of an incendiary
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Duncan, of
Newberg, Yamhill county, were visit
ins their son and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Duncan last week. M
Dundan's family were residents of this
place several years ago and their old
neighbors were glad to have them
back for a visit.
Our very accom modating postmaster
and store-keeper, Mr. J. S. Bacon
seems to be doing a rushiug business
Mr. Downing, our worthy black
smith, is kept busy shoeing horses and
repairing wagons for the wood haulers-
Mr. Thomas Holce, of this place, has
sold his farm and is preparing to move
to Lane county. We are sorry to lose
Mr. and Mrs. Holce, as neighbors and
friends they canuot well be replaced
But our loss will be Lane county'i
Miss Zoe Semple, Mr. Frank Hoyt
aud family, Mr. Harth and wife, Mr.
H. Larsen and family, Mr. T. Gruell
and family, Mrs. M. F. Hazen and Mr.
Scott Nann.left this place last Friday
to attend the alliance campmeeting at
Mist, and as they are rather slow in
(renin r borne we imagine they must
be having a good time.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown, of Mil
ton, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Beegle
Mrs. Henry Lamberson and daugh
ter, Addie, visited friends in this neigh
borhood last week.
Mr. Lafe Cooper and wife have be
gun housekeeping in Mr. J. A. Beetle's
house at this place.
Miss Maud Flagg returned from
Portland on Tuesday, where she bad
been visiting her aunt, Mrs. D. W
Tbe many friends of Dr. Blanchard
will be pleased to learn that be is rap
idly recovering from his recent illness,
Mr. B. Cox had tbe misfortune to
lose quite a lot of fence and some fruit
trees last week by fire. It seems that
some stumps were set on fire and it
spread getting into tbe stubble and
fence and caused considerable damage
before being gotten under way.
The literary society at this place is
becoming very interesting. The sub
ject for next Friday night, "Resolved
that tobacco is more expensive than
fashion ;" to be argued by four ot the
young ladies, promises to be a very in
OorvallU Gets It All.
The state treasurer last week re
ceived from the United States govern
ment the sum of $18,000, which is ap
propriated under an act of congress
August 30, 1890, tor tbe benefit of col
leges of agriculture and mechanics,
The law provides that either the legis
lature or tbe governor shall designate
tbe college to receive the benefit, and
as tbe Oregon legislature was not in
session, Governor Fennoyer has given
it to the State Agricultural College at
Corvallis. Under the conditions Stats
Treasurer Melscban did not feel auth
onzed to place the draft in the state
treasury and receipt for it as there is
no way provided to take it out again
so be decided to pay it direct to the
college. A draft ot Sia.uuu was re
ceived by this state about two years
ago and a short time since the Wash
ington treasurer received $18,000 to be
used in the same manner.
Xhti in Mfflkma of Homes 40 Years tbe Standard
The register of tha Oregon City land
office has issued the following relative
to commuting homesteads:
"The 6th section of the act ol con
gross, approved March 8, 1891, requires
such settlers to prove at least fourteen
months actual residence sinoe the date
of entry, to entitle them to commute
aud pay cash for the laud. The time
they have lived on the land before fil
ing will not be allowed when they
seek to commute. It will be allowed
where they continue residence and
make five year residence ou their
Real Estate Transfers.
United States to John W Puah, tH iM
and lots 3 and 4, sec 18, 1 7 n, r 8 w; patent.
State of Oregon to W J Muckle, iW nw
W and nw sw'i, seo 24. t 7 n, r 8 w J 100.
W J Muckle to W J Muckla A Co, same
Joseph Vanblarloom to Mary Prtmtle, lot
8, blk 10, Km st side addition, Nernoma; 06.
William Prinze to Mary Fringe, w)4 of
nw and nX of swtf, seo 11, t S n, r 4 w ;
United States to Charles A Coder, nX of
neW, sco 25, t5 n, r 4 w ; patent.
Charles A Odc-r to John Stewart, n ol
neW, sec 25, t ft n, r 4 w; $750.
8 1) Olrt to Hannah K Girt, lnnd In seo 0.
U N Potter to H A Corliss, ewX. tec 31, t
5 n, r 1 w, assignee's deed ; (1705,
Frances Fuller Victor to W H Dolman.
lot 15, blk 19, lot 18 blk 11, lots 1(1, iW. 21
and 22. blk 20, St. Helens, and tide and
overflowed land In (rout of lots 18, 19, 20,
blk 10, and blks 1 , 2 , 8 and 11, in said town
of St. Helens; 100.
II R Cliff to A H George, lot 14, blk 19, in
town of St. Helens, quitclaim; 8150.
James Dart to A 11 Ueorce, und H Inter
est to lot , blk 19, St. Helens, quitclaim;
United States to Robert Day, enw.
and lots 1 and 2 of seo 31, t 8 u, tSt, 147
United States to John Eldred, setf, sec
25, t6n, r 4 w; patent.
Robert Dav to i B Foss, seX, seo 25, 1 6
John Eldred to E B Foss. seX, sec 25, t
6 n, r 4 w; 2500.
G W Jones to H Van Aukin. n) noX.
seo 36, 1 7 n, r 6 w, quitclaim; 1:250.
A R Lewis to David Wilcox. eX of swX
of ne, sec 7. 1 4 n. r 4 w; 8160.
United States to M L Tinling, nw, sec
29, 1 5 n, r 3 w; patent.
Gerhard Holboke to Peter Moller, sX sw
X of nw W, sec 26, 1 8 n, r 2 w ; 300.
United mates io r nernnaro. aiuuuiemcn
seX- sec 27, 1 8 n, r 5 w; patent.
I M Harris to Ridgway, seX. sec 36, t
D J Moore to Columbia River Lumber A
Fuel Co. , seX of neX and nX of neX, sec
D J Moore to Columbia River I umber &
Fuel Co., sex of seo 16. 1 6 n, r 2 w ; $1.
Hart & Sweetland,
St. Helens Meat Market
Fresh and Baited Meats, Sausage, Flali
Meats by wholesale at special rates.
Kxpraas wagon run to all parts ot town,
and charges reasonable, '
Jo inn In
OF COURSE YOU DO.
This remedy is becoming so well known
and so popular as to need no special men
tion. All whj have used Electric Bitters
in ir the same song of praise. A purer
medicine does not exist and it Is guaran
teed to do all is claimed. Electric Bitters
will cure all diseases of the Liver and Kid
neys.will remove Pimples. Boils, Salt Rheoni
and other affections caused by Impure
blood Will drive Malaria from the sys
tem and prevent as well ascnreall Malarial
fevers. For cure of Headache, Constipa
tion and indigestion try Klectrlo Bitters-
Entire satisfaction guaranteed, or money
refunded. Fries 60c and 81.00 per bottle at
Edwin Ross' Drugstore.
Bncklen'a Arnica salve.
The Best Salve io tbe world tor Cuts. Braises,
Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever 8ores, Tetter,
Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all Hit In
Eruptions, and positively eures Piles, or no pay
required. It is guaranteed to (five perfect satis
faction, or money refunded, Price 25 cents per
box. For Sale Bv Edwin Boas.
I have no hesitancy in recommend
ing Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy to the public, as 1
do to my friends and patrons. I used
it myself after other well kuown reme
dies had failed, and it cured me in a
few minutes. I recommend it can-
didlv and cheerfully upon its merits,
not from a financial standpoint, be
cause I have others in stock on which
make a larger profit, but because
Chamberlain's is the best remedy
know of for bowel complaints. There
is no doubt about it, it does the work
JaMEH Fokoy, druggist, McVeytowu,
Penn. For sale by Edwin Koss, drug
Notice for Pah-llcatlasi.
Land OHce at Oregon City. Oregon,
August 20, 192.
rOTICE Is hereby given that tha following--I
named settler has Sled notice of his Inten
tion to make final proof iu support of his olalm,
and that said oroof will be made before the
uoumy uiera 01 i;oiurooia coumy, at si. avians.
uregon, on ucuwr o, xouz. viz;
ELMER E. G KINDLE,
Homestead entry No. 6089. for the teli of see 3.
1 6 n. r 3 w. He names the following witnesses
to prove file continuous residence upon, and
cultivation of, laid land, vis: B. W. Lovmnn,
Daniel Stehman and D. M. Doner, of Aularr r.
O , Oregon, and C. F. Doan,of Rainier P. O.,
Oregon. J. I. rruic,
One Dollar Weekly
Buys a good cold watch by our club sys
tem. Our 14-karat gold-filled cases are war
ranted for 20 years. Fine lilgin and Wsl
tham mtvement. Stem wind and set.
Lady's or gent's size. Equal to any 850
watch. To secure agents where we have
none, we sell one of tbe Hunting case
watches for the club price 828 and lend C.
O. D. by express with privilegeof examina
tion before paying for the same.
Our agent at Durham, N. C, writes .
Our iewelers have confessed thsv don't know
how yon can furnish such work for the money."
Our agent at Heath Springs, 8. C, writes:
Your watches take at stiht. Th gentleman
who lot tbe last watch said that he examined
and priced a Jeweler a watches in Lancaster,
that were no better than 'yours, but tha price
Our agent at Pennington, Tex., writes:
"Am In receipt of the watch, and am pleased
without measure. All who have seen It say it
would be cheap at 140."
One good reliable agent wanted for each
place. Write for particulars.
jiiMFiaa vvatum uo., new xora.
My wife, Mary Howard, having left my
bed and board without just cause or provo
cation, I will not be responsible for any
debts contracted by her. H. O. Howabd.
Dated this 26th day of July, 1802. J20a26
A nw and eomnletn treatment. ComliitinsT of
SappoiUorlerf, Ointment In CAp-ulei, alio In
Box and Pills: a Poiltive Cure for External, In
ternal, Blind and Bleeding, Itching, Chronic,
Recent or Hereditary I'llen. and many other
I dlfteane and female weaknentea: H li Alwayia
Sreat benefit to the general healtn. ine flnt
itv-n very of a medical cure rendering an onera-
I tion with tne knife unnecessary hereafter. Thlf
Remedy hat never been known to fall. 91 per
box. 6 for 15: tent by mall. Why suffer from this
I terrible disease when a written guarantee It
given with 0 boxes, to refund the money If not
cured. Bend stamp for free Bam pie. Guarantee
iuiiaH hv Wnnriaitn. Ci.a am A. C.n.. WhnlHala
J and Retail Druggists, Sole Agents Portland, Or.
SUCH BRING THE CASK, it behooY
you to Und the moat dosirablo place U
purchase vour invigorate r.M
Keeps constantly ou hand the fanions
Cuban Blossom Cigars.
The finest line of Wines Uutiors and
Cigars to be found this side of Port
land. Aud if you wish to
engitge In a gam of
POOL OR BILLIARDS,
They can assure yon that tliev have thr
best table in town. Kverytliing new and
neat, and your patronage is respectfully
Ot, Helens, Oregon.
Is now making regular round
ti ips from
OAK POINT TO PORTLAND
Daily Except Wednesdays,
Lcavino OAK POINT,.
" KAINIER. ...
" 8T. HELENS
...4 .40 A.
. . 8:00
.1:00 P. H
WE ARE H MANUFACTURERS
; mens': ; :
SACKS AND FROCKS!
SIZES 34 TO 54.
Every Suit warranted.
Successors, to Brownsville Woolen Hills.
Retail store, 140 First street, under the Gillian.
W. E. NEWSOM.
ST. HELENS HOTEL
J, George, Proprietor,
Tables always supplied wl'h the best edibles
and delicacies the market affords.
FOE REGULAR BOARDERS.
Having been newly refurnished, we
are prepared to givo satisfaction to all
our patrons, and solicit a share of your
ST. HELENS OREGON.
Tl8 Gekkatcd Frenclita,
Warranted A D U Hfl P ITI M C " or money
jit iiiivuiiinh refunded.
Is Solo on a
of nervous disease
oranjr dlsorur of
the generative or
gans 01 eiuiersex.
Tobacco or Opium, or th roach youthful lodlsem.
tion. over indulscnce, A .suabu Lossof JBrarn
Power, Wakefulness, Bearing down fains in tl.e
baok,8etf inal Weakness, Hysteria, Nerroaa Pros
tration, Nocturnal Emissions, l.-ieorrhita. Dl
siness.Weak Memorr. Lom of Pnwnr.w! Itnrwv,
tescv which if negleoted often lfad to premature
old age and insanity. Price ji.go a box, abates
for I&.00. Bent by mall on receipt of price
A WRITrKNOUAKANTER It given for
every f.UOorrer received, to refund the money If
a Permanent cure is not etTecud. We bar
thousands of testimonials from old and vouna.
of both sexes, who have been permanently enrnd
pjuieuseoiApnruaiiiDfj. circular ireo. Awiross
THE APHRO MFDiniNC rn
Western firaneb. Box 27. PoaTLUID. On
For tale by EDWIN KOSS, Dbdooibt,
Bt. llelons, Or.
I. T AN WOOD, Fro'!.
ST. HELENS, . - - OREGON
CASH STORE I
W. J. kVlUCKLE & CO.
I Boots, Shoes,
Ladies' Dress Goods,
Queensware. Furnishing Goods,
LUMBER. SHINGLES, ETC.
Produce Taken in Exchange.
It Will Pay You to Consult Our Prices.
RAINIER, --. OREGON.
THE RETAIL MERCHANT is the necessary
Medium of Trade between the Manufacturer
and the Consumer. He must protect the interest
of his customers by purchasing iD the lowest and
and best markets, and by selling to his patrons
at the Lowest Possible Prices.
Liouors and Cigars. Beer 5 Cts.
Billard and f jol falls
for Cha JImmodafioii of Patrons
SAWMILL FOR SALE.
Said Sawmill is situated on tbe St. Helens
road, about HH miles southeast of Glencoe
Washington county, Oreeon. Machinery
In Derfcct running order: Knsrineis 45-horsa
Sower, ten ny twenty; Doner oo Inches in
lometer and 14 leet Ionic; New head blocks
(Kuti bet); Also sawdust carrier; Large lot
of cedar now on band for sale. Terms
made known on application to the under
signed. Would exchange for city or im
proved tarrn properly.
JOHN A. BECK.
The Watchmaker and Jeweler.
FOR YOUE '
ELEGANT : : : JEWELRY.
The Finest assortment of Watches, Clocks,
and Jewelry of all descriptions.
Opposite the Esmond, Portland. Oregon.
W. BL DOOIAN
PROPRIETOR OF THE OLD ST. HELENS STORE,
In keeping these true principles of trade always in
view ; often leaves the old track and strikes "across
lots" for Bargains for his customers. His stock of
Is being enlarged by New Goods Every Day.
It is not convenient to name the many dlfTVrent articles kept
on sale, aside from Dry floods, Clothing. Lndiee' Wear Gentlemen'
Wear, Head Wear, Foot Wear, Flour and Feed, Groceries and Oan.
ned Goods, Kails and Hardware, Crockery and Glassware. Oranite
and Tinware, Powder and Shot, Uata and Caps, Boots and Shoes,
.Patent Uedicines, Toilet Articles, etc.
DO YOU WAWT OWE
THEN READ THIS
iSkTI PEOFIT IT.
My 'stock of PIANOS and ORGANS is the largest and finest
in the state of Oregon, and comprises a full assortment of the
celebrated HALLET& DAVIS Superb KIMBALL and Stan
dard HALE PIANOS, and Old Reliable KIMBALL ORGANS,
thus affording a fine selection to choose from, as to size, style,
and price. Pianos can be furnished in ROSEWOOD, BURLED
WALNUT, ANTIQUE OAK. and SPANISH MAHOGANY.
Organs can be furnished in BLACK WALNUT, OAK and
I buy all my instruments from tbe MANUFACTURERS direct in largo
numbers at bottom figures, and sell to FAMILIES at lowest possible price
and on the most favorable terms.
If you want a PIANO or ORGAN, get one at HEADQUARTERS and save
small dealers' large profits and agent' commissions. I refer by special per
mission to the following-well-known Bankers and Business fliras:
MESSRS. LADD & T1LLTON, BANKERS,
THE OREGON FURNITURE MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
THE PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY, BANKEItS.
G. SHINDLER FURNITURE COMPANY,
THE PORTLAND CRACKER COMPANY,
L V. MOORE,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer, 305 Washington Street,
PORTLAND, - - OREGON.