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About The illustrated west shore. (Portland, Or.) 1891-1891 | View Entire Issue (April 11, 1891)
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A Thrifty, Bearing; Orchard has an
ACTUAL CASH VALUE OF $50O PER ACRE
anywhere In this country.
FROM A PRUNE ORCHARD OF 800 ACRES,
Proposes to sell about one-third only in tracts of (rom one to ten
acres. On every acre sold the association guarantees to give full
care and cultivation (under the supervision of practical orchard
ists) for a period of three years, without cost to the purchaser.
We sell one or more acres on the installment plan, without inter
. est, taxes, or any other expense whatever for three, years, and
obligate ourselves to turn over at that time a thrifty, bearing or
chard. The annual income fnun a thrifty, bearing orchard will
run from $joo to $350 per acre. Newberg, in the Chehalem
valley, is the home of the prune, and it is pnly a question of a
very short time when its products will be known in every market
I in the United States. - " ".' ' i ,
There Is no proposition for an Investment!
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The association spares no expense in care and cultivation. You
are guaranteed a thrifty, bearing orchard. .
THE NEWBERG ORCHARD ASSOCIATION
H.C'HOUOMTON.PrM. A. C. CHURCHILL, Treat.
W.C. AVERY, teay. .
Upon application we furnish you full particulars
as 10 rallies and our nwthodj of doing IwsinMS.
' AVESY, CHURCHILL & CO.
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The Ainsworth National Bank
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PORTLANI OR., Mar. 17, 1891.
We are well acquainted with the members of the New
berg Orchard Association, and have the utmost confidence
in their integrity and in their methods of doing business.
- J. P. MARSHALL,
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