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HALL'S GREAT DISCOVERY. .
One email bottle of Hall's Great Dis
covery cure all kidney and bladder
betea, seminal emissions, weak; and) Of- EaStem OreOIl RIlCheS
jame racw. rneumatum ana an ir-i, i ifMtM Timi
regularities of the kidney and bladder ; AgainSl 1I1ICC1103 Willi
In both men , and women, refulatei
" bladder troubles In childien. If not
old by your druggist, will be cent by
mail oa receipt of tU One small bot
tle is two month's treatment, and will
cure any case above-mentioned. Dr.
E. .W. Hall, sole manufacturer, P. O.
BOX.MS23, St. iMlB, Mo. Send 'for testl
. monials. Sold by all druggists, and at
Dili S.1 C. BTONETS drug stores, Sa
lem, Oregov,i -i. ' "!
HEAD THIS. V. : '" " '
' ' ' Bandon, Ore., Pec 8, 130L
Dr. E.-W, Hall, St. Louis, lid. Dear
Sir: I have used your Texas YWonder
for kidney and rheumatic- trouble.
Its effects are wonderful. It bas no
equal, and I L can . cheerfully recom
mend it, Yours truly,
I - ' HARVET'HOWE.
HA3 BEEN THE EFFORT OF
. THE ,8TATE OFFICERS - FOR
YEARS.AND THEY ARE ABOUT
TO RECEIVE' AID FROM THE
FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. 1
The matter of manger among the
horses- on Eastern Oregon Indian re
servations bas been agitated for the
past three years, and the Oregon Do
mestic Animal Commission .has fre-
REIlAHiS LAID TO REST :
FUNERAL. OF WM. C. DB TOE,
THIS UNFORTUNATE BRAKE
' MAX.' HELD YESTERDAY.
'The' remains of YTn C, DeVoe, the
brake-nan who , was killed at Marion
on Wednesday last, was brought to this
city yesterday morning by the coroner.
Dr. D. F. Lane, and taken to the un
dertaking parlors of W. F. - Rigdon
where they were prepared ..for urlal.
Funeral services were conducted at
Rlgdon's undertaking iparlors at t
o'clock yesterday afternoon, by Rev.
X. Shupp, attended toy the parents- of
deceased. Mr. and Mrs. F, O. DeVoe,
of Kim;; two brothers, and his wife
and i child, -and several other relatives
end friends, j Interment as had in the
pity VloW jemetery.
PROGRESSIVE PUDDUK KOTTAL
Advance PodcHikkottal! A . novel ex
mr!mcnt is being 'made in the1' native
quemiy corresponaea wiin tne menur i State Cf Puddukkoital. The Iiaja.
uepanment ax v aaningron, regaroing .nxlou- .thatithe needs of the people
Salem Man lauds . Him
For His Good
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THIS WONDERFUL MAN.
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PRIZE CONTEST. . f-. fiALEMi fOR.
These Prices are Winners
this matter, since the Indian agents re
fuse the right to kill the mangy horses,
which , have become a menace to the
horses of .settlers and ranchers. -Recently
Dr. .Win. McLean, the State vet
erinarian, placed the jnatter before
SI Senator John H. Mitchell, asking his
co-operation in- securing some,: action
on the part of the Indian Department
to help eradicate the evil. , - i
The State Board, under the Ores;on
statute, orders horses similarly afflict
ed killed, but the Indian agent at the
Umatilla reservation refused to allow
this to be done with diseased, horses
on the reservation Then since Sen
ator, Mitchell has, taken up the matter
and pushed , It with the Department,
there is some prospect of early action
belg taken. The Board yesterday re
ceived a letter writc-n by A. Cc Tonner.
Acting Commissioner of Indian Affairs,
to Senator Mitchell regarding this mat
ter, enclosing also a copy of a letter
sent to the Indian agent on the Umatil
la, reservation.. : In the letter to Sena
tor Mitchell the Commissioner says In
part: - . ; i . . i- :- y- i,..
'Relative to the existence of mange
among the Indian horses on the Uma
tilla5 reservation, yau .are Informed that
the .matter of the existence", of mange
among the Indian horses at the Uma
tilla agency is at present under in
vestigation by the Agricultural Depart
ment, with a view of taking measures
for its eradication. In this connection
you are advised, that every effort pos
sible on the part: of this office will toe
taken to eradicate this disease) among
the horses of the Indians of the Uma
.tilfa reservation, and the (gent will
be expected to confer with and act in
conjunction with,, the Insprtctors of the
AgTicultural Department, to the end
that' 'the disease may be blotted out."
The letter to the Indian - Agent,
Charles Wilkins." of the Umatilla Res-c-vation,
a. copy of which Is enclosed,
says in part: I
"The matter has' been taken in hand
by the Department of Agriculture,
which department, it seems, has receiv
ed several reports as to the existence
of this skin disease among the horses
on your reservation.;' Itt appeare-frotn
the statement of the Secretary of Agri
culture, that a preliminary investiga-
wun xo me naiure oi nis aisease. . Tne finance, committee appointed by
nits Fr-smiea in trie aiscovorv mac saiu i u A
Tiiseafis oi consnaeraoie gravity, ana f or, the vropr celebration of the Fourth
should be- learned not only from the
person charred with the administra
tion of the State, but fromofher who
nave opportunities or mixingv wiin tne
people and discovering their needs, has
formed a Representative Assembly o
make suggestions and to receive ac
curate information regarding theac
lion taken by the government. A re- I
cent meeting of the asSemtoy wasadXI
dressed by he Pew an. who laid before
It detail of tie past year's administra
tion, and discussed '.; jthe suggeetlons
that had been, made to the Durbar,
v Among the projects which the Dur
bar hopes to cary out at en early date
are the reconstitution of -the- Sanitary
Department, the formation of. local
committee to supervise sanitation in
mrportant villages, the introduction of
rules to insure efflclency An the public
service, the construction of eitorage
reservoirs for Irrigation . purposes,
electric lighting and the water-supply
for Puddukkottai town. . the state, cun
atructlcn of at metre-gauge, railway
through;: the -state, constmctkm of
brHg, Voadsete. It is intendexl-to
Organize a special party to carry out
restoration of the tanks of the state
Lahore Tribune.: , ,
For the Celebration of the
Mr, Editor: Hearing of Dr. Darrin
being In Salem. I wish! to tell what he
did for my ; adopted daughter. Miss
Lena Stanflekl. fifteen . years ago. For
years she had been afflicted with dis-i
charging ears. On one of the doctor's
visits to Salem he treated her--and
cured her in 17 days. I write this tor
the benefit of others similarly afflicted.
as well a for the doctor. I reside at
323 Mill street, Salem, and have lived
In Salem 23 years; can be referred to.
of oak bed ropm suits just unloaded. They
beauties, and cost no more than coat made matle
and ash suits. The drawer work ia excellent; tlie
ends, liottoms and backs being of yellow poplar.
Mirrors all IVench plate. ,
the house FLaiyisfiiiyo qo.
SOS Commercial stree
Next door to rostOOTce.
Stores at fialem ahdAlbany.
P. 8jGet J footstool frsa with your carpet.
. , -i
' . ' : - I - ' . y ,- . :
THE FINANCE COMMITTEE WENT
OUT FOR A SHORT TIME TRS--TERDAY
AND MADE AN ECXCEL-
TO ASSIST " THE
8 Pounds Petits Prunes 25cl
Largs Fancy Silver Prunss, per Pound
l - ' 5c.
'10 Pounds Pink Bsns,'25b.
8 Pounds Small Whits Bttns, 25c.
A-1 Floury Per Sack, 7Pe.
3 Cans Salmon, 25c.
8wst Oringss,' per Dozen, 15c.
Black "Figs, 5c per pound.
Largs, Fancy Lemons, per dozen, 15o.
Good Cooking Molae, per gallon, 30c
Scotch Oats, 10 cent package.
Shoulders, per pound, 9c.
Macaroni, No.;l, largs size boxes,
white or yellow, per box, 35c.
of a 'contagious character.
"Said Departmnt--iropoBes to .send
an inspector to make anTnvegtigatlon
as to tne extent ot tne existence or-thi
disease among the, horses on the Uma
tilla Reservation, and the possible dan
ger of ItR spreading to.the horses own
ed by the whjits throughout the State
of Oregop. It Is the wish of this office
that you lend all possible' aid to who
ever the inspector may, in carrying out
thfe wishes of the Agricultural Depart
ment, in order that this disease may
be bljotted out, and . wherever you find
it necessary, you should at once take
the necessary steps to kill the infected
horsea wherever yo'ul may (Anil them,
and make a proper disposition of jthem.
Of course, you will be expected to use
due discretion In thisi matter, so as to
avoid any unnecessary conflict with the
Indians." ? t i t
Jumbo Mush. 2 lbs, 5 cents.
M. T. RINEMAN
132 State Street Teiephono 13J
' 2 tLEU, OREGON. t ": '
T. stores (two In number), are lo
cated at No, 233 and 29? Commercia,
street, and ae wc!l stocked with s
complete line of drugs artl mVdiclne
toilet articles, erfumery, brut he. t
. DR.' STONE t.l-:-.- I ':.
Has had some . 25 years experleac
the practice of I mcIicine, and
makes no charge for. ; consuUutitm, ' ex
amination or preicriptMm ! i
lie does a cash buKir.e He t"lt!i
buys on time nnr stK Ji,m. I1
ers. Journals, dAr'cn-kM bokkeiH-s
bill collectors, ar.l alMiie' wtirn iar.
phernalla of credit Sru tre are uh
known In his btiuiis.-;:it,"w"'-'i f;
toctc and- wi rm.t nng . " H ' ."
CEHKAL8 AS FOOD. :
"Irof. II. V. Wiley, chief chemist of
the Department of Agriculture, in a
discussion a few days (ago, called forth
by the present prevalling'hlgh prR-e of
beef, earnestly advocated ! the more
general ue lof cereals as food. Prof.
Wiley aid that without going into the
luestont of 'price, Indian corn, . wheat.
oats1, rye, and rice. contained, so- far as
actual nourishment was ; (concerned,
everything necessary to supply the
waste of the body and give the. neces
sary heat and energy t'Nthe svstem,
and said, it was very weli known that
mpnnourished very extenslvelv on ce
reaiiWerecapable of the hardest 'and
most efSronSRanual tabor. ' Meats
were" quckly digstdand furnished an
abundance or energy soon. acr con
sumption, but were not retalne"
digestive organ irmv long enough to bu
tain permanent muscular, extn-tion.
Qn the other hand, wrea.1 jfoods weie
more siowiy dJgested.'fuirnished he en
ergy necesary -!tw digestion! and the
itat functions in a more, uniform
manner, and were thus better suited
to sustain hard manual labor for
long period of time. 1'
i.The il "workingmen of ithe ";. country,
Prof. Viley said, ehould cxjislder this
point and accustom themselvej more
and more to the use -of cereal in their
foods. . When properly prepared and
served, they ji were, . he said, ra la table
as well as n?triUo"j, end their Judic
ious ue wofld. tend to diminish the
oraving for meats, which, howei-er, it
nnt ttdl'lltibio to f!irift ifntr!v
I I Mm the diet. .
j'rora uey saia n wnnrj proDaD.e
tht the prtee , of meat, now! abnor-
trsally higi. 'uld never againj descend
?'- ?y a-::'poin ;a Was reacJwHt ..- a
.'ew jo-;tr ago, and that the con. Jit ion
hft h (kow confronted the jAmerlran
rpi1 J as,- theref ore, one of! coneider--bJe
i ermanency and houVl be met
.inl rr'bnp! a such. .
of July ha commenced its work, and
Chairman. H. George Meyer and his
associates are highly pleased with the
success thus far attained. Only the
drug-alores and restaurants were visit
ed yeterZhtyless than an hour being
spenU. and aboutr4450 was' secured.
None of the saloons have--been seen yet,
nor have any of the large inercantlle
houses been called upon.
The committee wants-to raise $2000,
as the general committee has decid
ed on making the celebration the best
ever seen here, and It Is hoped the
raising of this sum will be easily ac
complished. The committee hopes that
ail business men will decide before the
committee (appears, : to' assist liberally
so that littH time need be spent In ex
plaining the objects to be attained, and
eapeclally the cptnmitte hope that
the members will be treated with cour
tesy by the? business men, while they
are performing this pablip duty. -The
list of subscribers' frill be pub
usnea i mm aay to flay until the sum
required nas Deen recuretl, and a tab
ulated Ftatement of the: expenditures
will bo given out for publication when
-all bills have been paid, and a celebra
tion enjoyed in Salem of which the cit
izens 1 may well feet proud.
Lockjaw from Cobwebs.
Cobwebs put on a cut lately gave a
woman lockjaw. Millions know that
the htt thing to put on a r ut is Buck
len's Arnica Salve, the infallible healer
of. -W ounds, yirs..ores. Skin Erup
uons. Hums, Scalds and Piles. . It
cures or no pay. Only 25c at Dn
Stone's Drugstores. x
SENS ATIO N AJ SUIT fNi;KlV
-DENVER. -Mey!. tn'-the tUstrlctl
Court Mr Mabol tVTiggitl of FhiU
delphia. bas seenrrd-jl?rant ft-r f
000 against her niKr. Chriits Whal
er Ryram for tn 'a cntni f tnt af-
fecttons of her ltusbsn-1. Ilr-t'Twrt llpnry
Piggvjtt. formerly s a pro-nisjn.t lawyer
of Philadelphia. " II gjrott and Miss By
rani came to Denver from Philadelphia
a year or two sgi and were married.
Mrs. P'.ggott followed - thern. and the
Legal Blanks at Statesman Job Office
ifor rose Catarrh, Hay Fever" (end
j : -..- " Sneezing Catarrh.
lc a n. Catarrh t'urs? with -douch In
th pnniortions of rn tablcspvwnful to
a .mt of warm water and Me freely
lhrc or four times daily, and take the
A, R- l ;itarrh Cure as directed four
tiro!. dHy. which will allay all, lTrit
stmfy ef th nasal nervea and tissues,
I' k-'Jc by) all druggists. 1 Book on
f atirrlt freei Address. Smith I5na
Fre?uo, 'CaI. . . -' ' - ;
LASTS' FROM RAM'S jIIORN
tion without pain.
ProficienrCgeeds no parade.
A parasite maltespoor partner.
A Jiard heart is apt o-4brjtUc.
ear and doubt give Goj
lie works best who worries leas
Love flows over the lines of liking.
Service is the first gn of f reedoth. '
A blessing abused becomes a bane
Pisgah is always a hard hill to climb.
Faith "alone lifts the fog of the futures.
Endeavor counts for more than essays.-;'
. ' . . - '
' The vision of God gives right views
of all things.- j . '
The dove of promise comes in re
sponse to prayer. '
The greatest fault of all la to be con
scious ot no fault. v ,
it ooes not make heaven a fact to
can eartn a fiction.
Straight running makes better speed
than the swiftest circling.
The greater a man's treasure the less
wiiinst ats taxes.
, ... . . . J
peaches grow on fence bosts.
The heavenly man does not need to
wnte -Holiness- on his brow.
When grain ripen by monHght CbeJ
soul will be saved bv culture.
A man a business is a curse when h
is too busy to stop to do good.
The more we look ud the less
need to look out for ourselves..
-TKie ani ignorance, are the babea
mat help one another to get lost. '
me religion that does not' reach
character does not rise with Christ.
You cannot sop np the alas of the
week with a aolemn face on undav.
Tou cannot take Cod by one baud
unless you. take your brother br tha
The Christian who' fears to be snent
for Christ I candle unwilling to he
Southern Pacifio EnaSn
. Away His Crutches.
f- Portland, Ore. tTo the Editor.) i
Dear Sir: . I hold It to be a dutv. as
well as a pleasure, to make known.
through the press, that which of tall
other things s most essentiali' via:, the
way to cure pain and sickness. I was
confined lo my- home fvlth sciatica
rheumatisiny kJdney trouble, inflamma
tion efmeckXof bladder . land general
indSsposf Lion. NCould not! , tsleep more
than an nour at a time. Ait means
I tried provedunavailing. I was
prompted p visit lr. Darrin through
the advice of myifrieiwis, Who had been
cured by him, though, I must: say, T
had little faith that electricity would
cure me.' - I came to the iioctor on
crutches. Two weeks treatment, has
cured me, so I have thrownXawav my
crutches, and my other complaints
have all disappeared, o .1 can, take
command of my engine." I will ans.r
all questions1 by, letter or in personJt
400 Commercial street. East Pdrtlan
NORTH COAST LIMITED'"
, be even bette
e scryicev January 5, 1902. The train. mil
than it was in 1901. It will te a complete
home on wheels. Parlor, Dining Room Sleeping Room, l.i-,
brary, Smoking Room, and Bath Room they will all be
ighted by electricity and. heated by tsteam.
there, and all
Use this, CR At
A Most Remarkable Cure of Heart Dts
: Perhaps, one of the most wonderful
results on record" ts the cure of Mrs.
S. E. 'Clark 4v electricity and medi
cines, adihinistered toy Dr. Darrin one
year ago. Mta, Clark was carried" to
Dr. Darrin's office in an almost dvirig
condition, afflicted witljja Jeomplleatloni
of ttisasest Here are tier own words:
Uklah, Ore. To the1 Editor: My I
health began to fail over a year ago.
gradually fell away untii I became
very weak. I was suffering from heart.
lung and atomach trotibles. On . the
2i5th day of December, J 897,' I went to
Pendleton and put. myself under Dr. i
Darrin's treatment by electricity and i
medicines, and began to improve from
the first treatment, and continued to
improve. At the present time I bave
gOod heaJtth. My neighbors say they
never expected to see me 'return home
from Pendleton, and were greatly, sur
prised at my recovery.! ' - " '
V '" MRS. 44.! E.i CLARK.
second class tickets both good on tjws t'rain.x
TRAIN of the; NORTHWEST on your
way to the Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, New "York.
You can go citjher by way of St. Pard and Chicago, ornu-
lutli and tlie U
further particulars, or write to
A. D.CHARITcfjf, Ass't Cen'l Passenger Agent, Portland
any NORTHERN PACIFIC Agent as to
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IP N0TX 1)0 YOU WANT TO RE?
IN EITHER CASE TOj SHOULD TAKE 1HE
' I Date.V. . .
j - Two Years -Later. ,
Uklah, "Xregon, Mareni 1$. 1899. Dr.
Darrin;- I am enjoying good heattl
having gained over -t pounds In the l
past year. I feel entirely cured, and!
very- greauiu uuecu i mv. . kuuu
health, again after years of suffering
with heart, stomach andlung trouble:
a i so d i g ea see peculiar to women. I
cannofnpraise you too highly. Refer to
me. - ikMRS, 6J E. CLARK.
, $1.00 per year. I you jave not tile
and mail it today:
To IIOMESTED CO., Saleiii, Oregon.
Please send the Pacific Homestead to my address.
months, for which I agree
Dr. Darrin's Piece -of Business.
Dr. I Darrin gives free consultation' at
the Willamette JIolcl, j Salem, until
June 1st, from 1(1 to 5 and from 7 to !
8 daily. AH curable chronic, acute and
private diseases confidentially and
succesfully; treated. Circulars : and
question blanks sent free- to any ad-1
dress, larvi correspondctaoe solicited.
Moot cases can receive home' treatment
after one vfertt to the docftor's, oflVe.
Batteries and belts furnished, wtth full
dectlona fOr the use. Cross eyes, rup
ture, turrvorR. - varicocele, hydrocele.
sominal weakness. and stricture cured.
Diseases of women 'an Important spec
ialty, quickly relieved. The poor treat
ed free, excepting medicine, from 10 to
11 daily. :
cut out and sigh' this coupon.
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to pay 11.00 within slx months fiim this date.
If not paid within six months, prlcewill be tl.2$.i ;. , " . vl i
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HERE IS WlAt SOME O P OUIt SUBSQIUBEItS f?AY:
.' ' .
Enclosed find order for $1
year's subscription to . the" plomestead
and the Oregon Poultry Journal. When
your agent called In June I id not feel
like taking, your pap-jr put
me to try it for three monthjs, and said
if I did not like it at the c
time Jt would not cost me.
Butwe like your paper veryl
send order for one year's subscription
from last June. 1 Wishing sirccess
' J. .11. 13
INTERESTIN'O CHANGES IN A
NORTl DAKOTA ILAKK.
the notice of
the , United
ii the grad-
One of ; the
which has come under
the hydrographers of
States s Geological Survey
ual drying up of Devil's Like in
North Dakota. Devil Lake, or
Lake Minnewauka as it is called by
the Indians, is the largest boijy of
ater. i the efcate. : It belongs to the
numerous classi of takes formed by the
great glacial ice sheet on its final re
treat toward t&e north. Then and for
some time" after, when It waa fed by
fthe tieavy-rains following the glacial
it had an outlet to the south
nto the?Sheyenne rivers and a well
marked afidem-pty channel! still remains
between .the laKendthe i river. Long
before settlers flret came to the region
in 1SS0. the lake had sunkbeio'' the
level of this channel and hassince
been without an outlet. Regular
5 for one
nd of ,hat
Snohomish, Wash. Sept, 27. IDOL
(Homestead' and Poultry Journal; Is
now $1.40.) .
Please And ensclVjfed $1 ;for -my sub
scrlption to the llomesleaid. I am
very much pleased with your papers
There Is so much valuable Information
contained In It.
J, a. id
Free water, Or Sept. 0, 15K)1.
Editor Homestead: i.
I like the Homestead very much
couldn't very well do wlthoujt It.
The articles written and report s-from
different sections or parts of! the coun
try, published every week, sir knowl
edge i which i to , be got ten
uther source, if intelligently a
. '.: ; -: .. 2". B.
i Ridgefield. Wash- Aug. W
been wiinou an outlet. iteguiar totj Editor Homestead:
servaton -for he last nineteen years Jelosed find postofflce order ifor one
snow a -.steady and almost :umnterrupt- j doUarfone year' subsciriptlon to
ed sinking of the water.i Groves of
trees, which once stood ait the beach.
are now. separated from it by broad
trips of sand, and the shallow narts
of the lake, notably the long arms and
bays have been sieft quite dry. j
Another Important and interesting
feature is the change In the" water
from fresh K to salt: Inla haa taken
place wlthm the memory of man, and
la ; In some particulars producing mn
f adorable resuHs. ' Fish ywere found in
the lake in great, abundance up to
about J; since then they have grown
rapidly less until nowi practically nuce
are caught.' ,. ' .. '. - -i -.".. " i
Tbe United States Geo3gIcal Survey
has recently, established a bench mark
near7 the take, ana. un icrunt tbartf
of Prof.,C. M. Hail, of the State Agri
cultural Coi lege, win: ftake careful
records of the fluctuations f the wat
ers and a general irtudy of their de
cline. The -S.' Investigation promise
moat interesting . results, which may
throw- ome light upon the climatic
conditions of the past.
without it. xourj
I am much pleased
stead and Statesman;
.1 , would
s truly, - .t ,
Nov. 114901; ,
eriual to any papers on this
X remain, yours respect
like the Homestead as v.tll as ever and
would not like to be without it. Wish
ing you success.? V' "'. i !
J. D, Martin, of ..Vancouver, Wash-!
Ington, ' says he "likes the lloincstead
Wm. P. Stewart, of ' KnohomUh.
Washington; wishes the HoiiiPstetid
-great success. 1 ' -
W. K. Williams, of Outlook, Wash -Ington.
tii Inks Uie Homestead Is o. k.
'I like the Pacific. Homestead liti.
asd think it Is the best.farm paper I
have takn." raya ' G. A. Ooe'rlg, f
WoodlandN)r. -"(.-'' ' -
J. WV Keller, of "Waterloo, 6rej'nr
eays: "Find enclosed il for one y r :
subscription wto .the Homestead. I lav"
ing recently come here from IlanrorI.
California, Have, failed to 'get seversl
copies of your excellent' paper, and
have missed them very much." ' .
- " am well pleased with the paper."
writes D. It. Farley, f Monroe. Ore
gon, ditto G. C. Berger, ot Avon. Wash
inrton. ' ' -. r.,'; .." . -.' i "
Frank Collins, " f Auburn, Washing- '
ton. says: "We like your farm paper
very much, better than any farm pa- ,
perwe have ever -taken."
fi.. Wi TemplMoa. . of MarysvUle,
Washington, thinks "the Pacific Home
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James ' Lauderv i Taconaa,, Wash
ington, expresses himself in this way.
"Would not be without your paper for
fen times 'Its' price."
F. F. Lahaie, of ftegbers. Oregon.
sayst Wald not be without your pa
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so touch.": . J'.,;0.... . -;. '. : f 1",
J. M. Fisher, of Welser, Idaho, in re
newing his aubscriptlon to the Home- .
steadsaya he Is well leased with the
paper." . - ; , r ;:- . ; .-
W. D. Patch, of Welser, Idaho, takes
several farm papers, "but ; likes -tUm
Homestead best of all.'
Calesyille; Or, Nov. 12. 130L
Editor Homestead: .
Please find; enclosed 11.75
subscription to the ' Homestjead and
Statesman. ' t am much pleased with
the Homestead. There fs mdeh valu4
aiie information contamea in
Ing you success,.
MRS. C. M. BIXUT.
piakely, Or,.Nov. 8, 190L
Frank Strong, of Myrtle PoinU ; Coos
county. Oregon, sends two new .sub
scriptions to the Homestead and says
"I like the Homestead very
could not' get along without it.?
A renewal Jrom. IL C Jackson, - of
Shed d, Oregon, bas the following en
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A. Bklpton.' of Payette, Idaho
IikeTK.the Homestead very much and
thinksany 4n interested in farming
should tak4 1'
: Charles CoyteownlAg a big whrat
and stock ranch; two"! miles west of
Wall Walla, says ths Pacific H'Vme
stoad Is the best paper on fanning I.
ever read." -
R. V.. McNeal. havlng; a beautiful L
farm seven miles west of Walla Walla.
on : walla wm' river, is going inio ..
dairying and diversified farming. ,!!'
praises the Homestead by saying "Just
what I need." t--. -
The paper of all papers to send to
your Eastern friends. , for it , gives a
more thorough thfclght than any other
publication Into the -farming ana in
dustrial conditions tth Northwest.
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