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' N..ulL N. J. Nov. ; tAfter M at
tempt mad by Republicans to break up
big meeting at. which ha u lateeaort ylrty . afernoon from Anwerp,
( to appear. Judge rarker last night spoke
In Base troop armory; r-. -7-
The armory ia one of the largest aa
two-thirds aa many -as can Madison
Kauare Oartees Before Judge Parker ar,
.jived tt waa filled. At a, mention of
Kooaavalt'a nam tha Republicans, aa
though by prearranged -effort, - began
cheering and raising a deafening nulna,
which waa prolonged deaplta tha utnioat
' efforts-of the poltoa to bring tba-dla-
turbers to order. '. ' .''7
Threat were mad - and v several
amaJlcr dlaturbancea took place. For a
time It aeemed that the Republican
would aucceed In creating a riot, but tha
Democrats by sheer force, of number
Anally restored order. 1 '. .
Parker, after dining at the home of
ex-Senator J ante Smith, Jr., where ha
( waa tendered an Informal ovation, waa
escorted by a monster procession te the
-armory, where with difficulty he ouc
' ceeded in reaching the platform through
a stage entrance. 1 '
Tha Democrat gave him tha most en
i thusiastlo applauae that haa aver been
' observed In thla atate. . It lasted for It
t minutea, at the expiration of which time
j Judge Parker atepped to tha front of
tha platform and auoceeded In Quelling
t the noise;'. ' '.- ' " -
Hi speech" waa attentively listened to
' and applauded at. Interval, tha Repub
' 11 can disturbing ' element having evl-
' dently decided that further attempts to
break up tha rally would prove lneffeo-
-"Shalt tha trat combinations of mil
lions to the campaign fund secure the
right to continue wrongful taking of
mlJUiona a year from tha people.",."- -x
At tha close of his speech Parker es
caped a second oration with great effort
and -took his departure for Jersey City,
where' In Klks hall, he delivered an ad
dress. Tha hall waa filled to overflow
ing. His address there waa brief and
nearly tha same- apeech waa later r de
livered at St. Peter' hall,- where again
' Ms reception was ' exceptionally en
thuslaatlc. Ha left for New York at
' 11:50. and ao worn bV his evenlnr's
ezertlona thatf hi voice was scarcely
rAZUAjnca . oobthubs tovb.
'. - (Jueroal Special Scrrlre.) ",J.
. Hammond, rod.. Nov.. Jr Senator Fair.'
bank left here thla morning In his p
cial car for another day of apoechmak
ing in Indiana. Michigan City being tba
first plaoe at which aa address waa' an
nounced to be made. Other places in.
eluded in the 'day's itinerary are Ply
mouth." Arm. Rochester. Peru, liOgaos
port. Ju'onticella and Delphi, .concluding
with a night meeting at Lafayette. , .
boss waMrr.irB vo'anAaf T:7'
r -At themeeting of the Home-Traln-Ing
aaeoctatlon tomorrow afternoon at
t o'clock at the Y. W. C A. roomi, Miss
lit -Jur of the chl'dren'o .department at
the city library will apeak on the "Im
portance, of Proper. Literature for Chil
dren,1:.' , . ... ;.. , . y
. roa ta. ' -r
- (Special Mapatch to The Joarael.) '
TJctiaieton. ' Ori Nov. ' 1. Charlea Cun
ntrgliam today sold 1.S00 head of old
ewes at II. the largeat prioe paid this
season.. Thk sheep were bought by Sam
t'amcron or North Taklma. .. a , .
WAeat Chiliad t ah Paata -
1 aeadad lo.sweea eoUs
ana o vl m
We are showing all the celebrated Waltham, Elgin and
Duber-Hampton movemen'u, in gold, ailver and solid gold I
You make small payment and the. remainder $1 a week.
j VVe give a full guarantee on every Watch. , ' -
, Corner Yamhill
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.The Little-at-the-Time Store
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AVITBAZIAT ' , :.
Struck by a tremendously etrona gala
while off the western coaet of Australia,
tha British ship Hampton, which reached
waa toeaed about Ilka a cork on the tur
bulent water.-- Seas washed tha deck and
a. numbec of eallore narrowly escaped
from either being drowned or dashed to
pieces against tha maata. - -
It waa. a pitch-dark night when the
atorm'raged tha fiercest, and two-men
were at the wheel. A wave carried hem
off their feet, and Apprentice ' French,
one of the' two, was borne on the cur
rent against the side of the veaael With
auch force that one of hla arma waa
nearly broken. . . It waa three weeks .be
fore ha waa able to lift It.
Tba merobera of tha entire night watch
were hurled from their position a Every
thing movable waa drifting about. the
deck, and that no one waa killed seems a
miracle. Tha galley door waa broken In,
and In a few aeconda tha ateward and ajl
the cooking utensils came floating out
Pater McDonald, a son of tha captain,
was thrown headlong over tha wheel,
but he quickly picked himself up and
staggered to a place of safety, ' Further
than receiving. s alight hurt about tha
body he got out of the predicament un
Thinking that a quicker passage could
be made. Captain McDonald. -master of
tha ahlp, concluded to go around tha
Caps of Good Hope Instead of rounding
uapa Horn, -as tsrone by the' majority
of tha navigator. , Fine weather waa
experienced unm. the . pacirio was
reached. WTien near Australia 10 days
or ngni jwipae, ana-xlrae .followed,, hut
finally -tha cloudless sky became dark
and tha storm-which caused so much
concern and hrlHing escane broke out
In great fury." tt lasted only one night,
or there undoubtedly would have been a
different- tela to -telL At tha time tha
storm tooa piaee . the veaael was out
from-Antwerp ! 0e days.
Penrhyn island was passed July. IT,
ana me vessel was ma cloaa that tha na
tlva fishermen could be plainly Been on
the ahore. From the longitude of the
Hawaiian Islands protracted-calma wore
encountered nearly all tha way to lioe
Angeles,' which port was reached Sep
tember It, after a paaaaga of 111 daya
from Antwerp. A portion of tha cargo
waa discharged there, and on October I
tha trip to Portland waa started. It re
quired 21 days to reach tha Columbia
river.- - . ; . :'.t
Many exciting episodes have happened
In the hlstery of tha Hampton. A year
ago, wnua lyrng in the harbor at Java,
the Dutch Indlea, aha was run Into by a
uerman. iorpeao-Boa. , Her Bide was
badly scraped, but no- further damage
resulted. . But at tha time the 'offloeta
and craw ware afraid that tha collision
would causa an explosion and blow all
of tham to eternity. The war veaael
aalled away In a badly leaking condition.
It was later explained by her officers
that they lost control of tha engines, but
the ship could not ba stopped In time to
preyent a collision.
BsTCa: BAU IAXXJL
Vow Under Charter Hay
.- Shipment of Cereals Awe as
Wlttr U0.86 bushels' of wheat aboard
valued at 1,9, tha French bark Du-
pletx-has moved out Into tha stream
and will leave down for tha mouth of
the river tomorrow morning. Tha cargo
win go to the united. Kingdom and la
being dispatched by the' Northwestern
Warehouse company. It ' will he the
first grain ahlp to dear, for mora than
two weeks. ' v I
The Pierre Voll and Cambronnee will
be tba next vessels to ba fitted out with
wheat cargoes. - It is probable that they
wui-oe ready to aau within the 1 next
week, Tha Crllloa la also loading and
will likely get away a few days later.
When the fleet now .under charter Is
1 supplied with cargoes It 4s generally
and first Strefets f
i.'-v . t v.
"Gevuts Sells It for Less
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aVafK'-' :. - Tuf irirrr -iT trrr f?
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Are being lacrlficed at prices that represent only a fraction of their real value.
... The Immense crowds that flocked to this store yesterday is only another;
proof of the confidence the buying public places in the goods handled at this
The people simply
and went away with
' stop to quote prices,
content at .
i 15; ?20(25i 35 and 50 Gents
goods that other
are assing. .
' Those wishing to exchange goods, we will ask to call between 8 and 9
o'clock in the mornings and bring the sale slips, ; Goods will not le ex-
cnauigcu at any ouicx
:r tS . BlOMBERGER. Proprietor
CORNER THIRD AND DAVIS
believed In shipping circles , that a long
time -will elapee before1 any other ivesi
sels are aagaged ' to carry grain to
Kuropean' porta ' If the railroads can
handle It tha statement la made that
nearly all of tha cereal will be taken to
Chicago and other domeatlto markets In
Thla la also svldenUy tha prevailing
opinion among tba ahlp owners and they
are endeavoring to charter thi vessels
to . engage aln the lumber trade. Ae the
demand for lumber appears to ba very
poor at tha porta across tha sea tha
owners have thua for - had no suocess
'In keeping their 'tonnage moving. .
1 Almost a week 'overdue the steamer
Alliance croaaed tha Columbia river bar
thla morning at t o'clock on her way
from San Kranclaco and way porta to
Portland. She Is expected to reach here
tonight. . . -
While on. tha outward trip tha veaael
was detained at Coos Bay for four days
on-account of a rough, bar and she was
forced to remain at tha same place near
ly three daya on the return trip. She
aalled from sfarahfleld on Monday night
and had aha made an average paaaaga
aha would have reached here last even
ing. It ia supposed that aha encountered
acme -very rough weather while coming
up the coast. k .-....!
Astoria, Nov. . Left up at s a. m..
British . ship Durbrldga, French - bark
Left iip at a. m, Italian-ship S.
Sailed at I a. m., ateamar WhltUer for
Bah. Franclcso. ,. '' !
Arrived at 1:41 a. rtt,. steamer Alli
ance from San Francisco and way ports.
Condition of tha bar at a a. ra., rough,
wind aouth, weather .cloudy with tight
rain,' thick outalde. '. -- v . . -i-
Ban Francisco, Nov.'.!. Arrived at
a. m., steamer W. H. Kroger from Port
land. '" " ' ' '' '
Balled ! at .a., m.; i schooner, Joseph
Russ. . ;. :,: , -
CITYJO CET AWAY
i - FRO!! FINE SYSTEM
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An ordinance , to alio w - counter mer
chandise machines - to, run was, Intro
duced before the city council today In
tha form of an amendment to the pres
ent ordinance. ' It provides for tha tax
ation of tba machines, the amount be
ing II a quarter for each, which was
considered a better plan than having
tha license, collected In court, la the'
form of a Sna. - ' '
Originally an effort "was made by tha
saloon men to aecure tha paaaaga of an
ordinance, allowing, tha cash machines
to. run, as well as the trade machines.
bot the mayor would hot tolerate 1C
He flatly refused to "give his consent
The new ordinance la tba result of an
agreement' made between membera of
the city council and cigar mercbanta
twe week ago.- ;
OF TERRIBLE CRUELTY
'ti.-;'-. " : ..;''''..,.
Startling cbarkea of cruelty are made
by Rose Mantello In a drvoroe ault filed
against Raffael Mantello through At
torney Albert B. Ferrers In ' the cir
cuit court thla morning. He. Is accused
of beating and kicking her while aba
was In a delicate condition; of knocking
took possession of the place;
large packages and pleased looks.
Owing to, the rush of business we are unable at
but we will say that you can. buy
..; . lt .. vV , - y- :a
ON THE DOLLAR
stores would ask you .at leisT three
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uxuc in uic ua. ,
CITY ; RROPERTY
I OA S-room 1 oottaga; lot 10x190, In
, . - ., Highland. Park; 1800 down, bal-
, . anoa i per montn. xot along
side $126 S7S down, balance 16
pec-month. - -
flMO 2 acres, arc blocks from car
line; Sna (-room cottage, well
SHOO a acres, 7. blocks from ear line;
house under construction; ground
A Improved; fruit on place; grow-
: lng section; a good speculation.
a&OOZ. BOOxaoO, suitable for manufao
. turlng or warehouse; .rail track
alongside; a fine buy. Price and
. - terma on aappllcaQon. - . ' 4
"., Clackamas County Farm,
Fruit and Horn Lands
SIS raa dare 170 acres; IS In eultlva
tlon; partly cleared; living wa
ter; fine apple or hop aoU.
1 ACBa 120 acraa; t In cultlva-
, fir and cedar timber; creek; good
home orchard; house, barn. etc.
S40 TMM AOaa 40 acres; i In cultlva
, , tlon; red loam aoil; fine apple
soil; aome small fruit: house.
..-'-.'' barn.- workshop; near school and
town; Sna spring; , ,.
' Jt flm IDntttt Jrrtmtlttnm .i-
B Acaa 160 acres on O. W. P.
A Ry. lines Into Portland: 1.000
cords of wood; 40 acres awale
land, easily cleared; Clackamas
T ' rlverr-landlevelr soli the best;
would . make fine hop ranch.
CROSS & SHAW
feeal wsvaee Brokers.
' Four new dwellings, well rented; will
trade' for afarm. .
HENKLE & BAKER
BIT Ahlagton Bldg, Fortlaad, Or.
her down while she was holding at In
fant child In her arma; of throwing bar
out of a neighbor's-house while aha waa
111 and making it neceasary for -her to
go to a hospital; of choking her and of
threatening to kill her with a loaded
revolver and a knife. -.. 1
Mrs. Mantello declares' that her life
waa saved one for the reason that her
husband feared to beat her further be-i
cause aha ecreaaned so lottdly.. and on
another occasion by her- rpromlslng to
ba hla slave.". -
Hla cruelty la aaslgned aa tha reason
for her fleeing to a town In Washing
ton a few months ago. She returned
on account of love for her child, aha
eaya. Attorney Ferrer denies that aha
ran away with another man .and de
clares that aha brought back all the
money aha took a wag with her.".
TTnraa tiaoe aoava. t
' (Special IHspetrfc t The JaarseLI
Roeeburg." Or., Nov. 1. W. D, Kin-
cart of Oakland and H. W. Miller from
thla place, but lately of Jackson county.
have been put under .bonds of tl.000
each, to appear at aa examination, which
will be held as soon as tha necessary
wltnesaea can ba summoned, by -United
States Commissioner 1 Ik Dnnnsen at
Oakland for deceiving people In order
to get thera to take up Umber claims, r
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children. ;
h Kind Yea K8 Alxijt f::t
Boar tha .
,. . MSB m
they carae in thrones
the present time to
here to your heart's . O
times the prices we'
4 , '
MTO AOBBS AH fenced' 1,100 acres
open graslng land; ISO acres cultl-
mj". wmm iM ui.ii uviVf
good bouse and barna, excellent vc
. ler, rauroao tarougn land; one or
- the beat stock farms la tha valley. -
TO AOBBS All One bottom hay land;
- (6 acres cultivated: aood hew house.
barn, etc. on main county - roadi-
, convenient to ecnooi, store, eio. npo
ISO AOBBS All good aoil; nearly ' all
level,, in Clarke county. Washing
lton; running brook of water; So
. acres fenced; 40, acres cultivated; I
. acres' orchard; good -7-room house;
good barn, f 2x114 feet; stanchions
for 40 cows; will exchange for good
property In Portland or Vancouver.
Price ti.600. V .' v '
0 AOBBS All flne aoil; II acraa Ac
tivated; new "house t rooms; palnt
i. ed; fair barn;-100 fruit trees; near
"' school, church, store and creamery;
II miles from Portland; will trade
lor noma in t-ortisno ai.aeo. .
Sw ACBBB All Ilea nloa to cnltlvato;
j i. 10 s acraa cultivated; 10 acres
". slashed; house, aome fruit; watered
by springs and brook; some good
- timber; near Hlllsboro; on rood
level road out; very-cheap ll.liO.
' 40 AOBBS - All, rich.- blackv soil, and
ievei; ib acres - sruuivatea; gooa
house and barn, stock and Iraple
menta; Clarke county, Washington;
tevei roaa to Vancouver fi,V2.
SSI AOBBB land, fenced: 120 acres etil
tlvated: 100 acres oien nasture: 100
- acres of fine timber; good logging
- Birviun wwir tnrvusn uura; nm-
. ber now marketable; fine outrange
ror sioca; e neaa cattle, so goats,
. 20 sheep, 1 team, all farm Imple
rnenta, all crops: YamhUl county.
- Price for all M,760. v.
KiniS farm of tl acres, near For
: eet Orovas 70 acres eultiyated
eww. . a fuoo mTesimeni, ., ,
HENKLE & BAKER '
.. SIT Abtagten Bldg, ForUaad, Ot.
AOBBS Homestead claim, T'mllea
from R. R. and county seat, 1 mile
io logging stream, road to place!
cabin built; . will cruise J.000.000
feet fir; a anaxk-at 1160. ,
AOBaoi Homestead claim, S miles
to n. n. wiion; e acre siasneo; -3
seeded; t acres In cultivation; 40
acres easily cleared: about 20 acres
piling ana saw timber; double log'
hnuee: about a Inn. rhutim
40 rods picket fence; '400 pounde
fence wire: a-ood eook stove Mink.
Ing utensils, dishes, couch, t sets
wire springs, combination mattrees,
fpwiwwv, in cioinei, ioois ror wora
ng place, all nearly new; young
wuit . ah i or touv.
BB In large and . email ' tracts.
: ... i.rin-, nRn, improTwi ana unim
proved city property. .
Maxwen a Burg
) SSI Aslaftom aidr, Fortlaad, Or.
Crook County Lands
FOR SALE Six contracts, 160
acres acn. of the Columbia
, Southern Irrigation company,
Deschutes. Crook county, Ore
gon. Will trade or sell ln
' amounts to suit .
W. H. Grindstaff
246 Stark Street
,s T , ,, h -r'wmf-
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Lots are selling fast, and
- we ask you to remember
that when these " adver
tisements cease 1 there
will never again be
homesiteai offered in
. Portland suburbs at ten
centa a day. . ' '
$3.00 A MONTH
Many aretakfng ad
, -.vantage of the opportu-i J
nity, and-many will re-';
' -'-t-gjet, that they failed to :
'.do.so,' ; '
r;'AU JotA-jhavV alleys 4,
, and water mains. Every
city convenience at same : ;
V. prices. Pure . air, health 1
; and quiet of the country. '
, Twenty-fi"it minutes w.
frorrr First street Mt, --
" T' Scott car--5c ; fare. . , V
M p . Agent on groundTVV-
-.' : Cky fficeoen even- -:
Geo. W. Brown
Room 203 Pdlllns Building
PHONE MAIN 2129
a-BOOnt hew modern house,' naO. base-'
meat, bath; full lot, fronts on ear
-- line; improvea street, concrete waia;
' good location; snap at SlOO.
S-BOOxg modem house, in Sunnyslda;
$1,800. , . ,. - ,;
S-BOOIg modern ' up-to-date house. In
tioiuMiay a Aoajtion ii,oo.
TBOOat modern house,-1 East - Alder.
near 12th street I J.000, . .
MtOOM new cottage. East Portland
Heights 1100... - . - .
I house, come lot, near Thorn p
achoolv860. T -. . . - j .
houaa In Unoer Alhlnar nmM
t 111 per month; will exchange
;0) HENKLE & BAKER -SIT
Ahlagton Bldg, rortlaad. Or.
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Tha Cheapest Lota on the Market Looa-
,.-.' uon rtrat-Class. .
I- CORNERS. , 890
' a5 Down and BS Par Month.
. Ooma and Take Taw Pick, -
, So. 10TH tnrst Street. Boom T. .
100 AOBBS All choice land; no gravel;
71 scree cultivated; l-room modern
...plastered house, concrete basement.
hall, pantry , closete, bath, etc; nice
barn, rustic ana paintea red; house
and barn nearly new;. 10 cowe, J
' y calvea, hogs, some chickens, team,
. harness, wagon, covered hack, plow,
' harrow, rake, mower, cream ; ope
rator; 40 tons hay, 460 bushe po-
inioee; iv miiee inm roniano, OQ
nice, level road all way oat: 1U
miles from aleotrto line. Price for
" HENKLE & BAKER
. SIT AblngtOB BMg, Fortlaad, Ox.
St Johns Park
"Fine, new cottages hear' Woolen (Mills
and car Una, for sals eheap, on Install-
meat plan. '.
One with I lota... ..........fl.oso
One with 1 t-l lota. ...fl.oao
Three with 1 full lot eacFl.-s . . . . . SOO
Tha Woo lea BCnis will ba In oneratlnn
soon and 10 to 100 new house will ba
needed In. St Johns. ,,
P CHIPMAN St KINQ
Oeneral Ageata, , ehao.
0L Bolarook, Owner. TSS qhaaabar of
SaVarbaa home, with I lots, at Mllwau-
aie ri.vu; iinna -
aoMaa-a. on Bell wood strut, mu
block from car shops; rents for 110
for eale at 11.000. M
The only vaoaat lot left on Kast Madl-
eon. mr jn atraet; -wi sell this
week for 11.000. - j- -
S80 Two lots on Sandy road, at lid
. TAB W. ABBaBSOB.
ooaaSOl McKay Bldg, Third and Stark,
IS ACBBaV 11 miles out 1 mils to boat
janaing; s acres cultivated: good -
, on. good road 1900.
HENKLE ft BAKER 1
SIT Abburtoa W0Agn rwtUm, 01. '
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Wee, X. Saker. rxr. ..Mloe .atatt'llO.
- Vearteeatk aad wasluagtea (tiiieta, . - f '
,aunsoKrtT tkxatxs tks yhtrt. t -.
tsiv talk 91 m orrt axotsxs
, CAOwiiD mcii iMs mm. . :
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'' ; Aa SaeeOeat Oemeaay, iB.sllsg t-- - .
as) '' W i ii. ..In. Tki.i Am.'
thsr ef "Artea," eaeeeially let-. .
i , . Bat O. .wesawia, ,..
in TOVB SKATS IlllT OS T0U WTXX BS
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tafenaaaea lesaiejatprtoea aad hew ataani
. Frlcee Brenleg, ' lie. S5e. lee. . Wt" gat- 'j,
lery, 10c. - .... ,. , ' , .. - -r7' " .
AH day Sown tews Ticket ' efaee pn at '
Bowe A Martia'a erasetare. 8utth sad Wash. .
lagtoe, from 10 a. a, to T p. av Mala 110. .
At V m. wm - K.. W . - ;'
Waaaingtoa. t k 10 a a, rmoes 111.
, mone vala ass. -
AwlB mmm. .Xth mmA BVIA.w Mt. -
test pwformaDee aabltat., o, a, Qeorge
Aoe's eomedy Orsma,
evsl OvPAnfT OBSTBaTtW."
BllSBlllS PHr Kuril. Ia.m.Im. fl IA
Baleoay, ant rows, 11.00: nnrt I e laat
0 lew. TBc last I rmre In seleony, see. - Sa
tire gallery, BOe. ' Boxee aad luces, $10.00.
w.i-uw i ihh liuure anrar Boor, si.oo.
Baleoar.' nrst a rmr, tkoi bt a .TKn.
Oauery. gee, tee. geate are Bow selllnc .
'" 00BOBAT A KCRSKLU MsBageea.
1 . rartlaad's Most Pooalar Pluhaaea. .-'
Tonight at 1 18 Velock. last perternaaee eC the
B""i"i wwwraaaa inr wntiee. . . ,
fataxi wassnra. -
Three alglrte, eeanBenetag Tbsmdsy ere.. Ho. :
sBbar a. witk gaterday. ihatloee, ea eatbely '
tacalar predoetlae, ,
- "TBB ajA OS OXZOAOO.9
Weetefal BMeaaaleal OeTtcea. Mrstorfcxis
electrical effects. A virld picture ef the great
are. So tke aurrclon approacauui trals. A
powerful eosapasy, latroeacing a SBteadld Mae
rrlea. -10e. SOe aad SOe,'
HltlnM SB AMta .
pert et :
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STOCK FARM :
SO AOBXaWllO acree eultlvatedf 400 '
acree pasture; 4. acres in naavy ....
yellow fir timber. 10.000,000 feet; .
land la level, rolling and creek bot- --
torn; good soli, watered by stream .,
i or spring In every Held and paa.
' ture; new l-room house, water r
piped to house and barn' from''
spring; hot and cold water lit-''
-: house; S barna, wagon shed, chick-,
en-house, hoghousea, emokehouee, "
' 110 heed fine grade Shorthorn cat-.
tie; 400. chickens, S? hoga. 1 fine
span work mares. 1 fine span drlv- -Ing
mares, wagon, buggy, farm im-;
elements, fine outrange for stock,
fine neighborhood; In Benton county. -
ri The new electrlo road will run'
- within ft miles of farm; stock and .Z
. Implement a will be sold at .market
, ' value; will take some trad a Price .
of - farm, Including hay . In barns,
110,000. ..'... , '.,.;..,
HENKLE & BAKER .'
v SIT Ablagtom BJAgH Fortlaad, Or.
CHEAP HOME ;
S-aOOBt house, all In good order; par.
lor, hall, closets. Da in, nice porcnea.
nous xurnisnea. nic psnor mmu
csruets, rugs -pictures on walls,
bedroom aeta, dining table, chairs,
rockers, stands, . stoves, nice new
range and dishes, ground 200x300
feet; nice painted fence. ' choice
fruits, berrlee, flowers. Chicken
'park, barn, etc.; hay In barn, wood,
r etc.; a nice suburban home, all goes
now, cheep at 12.100. ...
' HENKLB & BAKER
SIT AWagtoa BldtFortland, Of.
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