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i iiifimf iiinriiMirtin7riiTii-.iiiifiiriTii-ifMi r --i
S About Woman snd Her Home
Some Points and Pointers;
'MrsrGrinnell. Credits Her Vigorous Old-Age tofl
Paine's Celery Compound-! -
A WOMAN'S GUTTER.
& jim&&5 sdmmm mmm v
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riow women la giving tlieni Just tbc,
the notoriety tlioy geek.-Colleen'
WOMAN AS MAN1!) COMRADE.
We fill tho hntlimof otirtliiiitfiiters
v i t li current conventional catch
words, ns we 1111 their pockets with
the current coin of the republic, and
' It would no more occur to ltirnt of us
to furnish them with the liuiteilals
nils over "proposals" as an Indian
does over the scalps he has taken, for,
like him, she may lw after yours.
IL Is an uncommon thing to learn
or persons rcndilng thu ngc of Mr.
Eniylo llydo (iiliiiii'll, and years of
Kood health such as hers come only to
those who make use of tho very lwst
best means of keeping well.
No one will wonder that thu brlght
eyetl old lady, whoso mind today Is as
alert ami clear as ever, should Ira
anxious for others to try Paine's
Mrs. TCtnylo Hyde Orliinoll was Ixirn
In IteuuliiKlon, Vermont, July (), 171",
and Is toduy livlnu; with her (fraud
duuKhtcr, tho wl roof Martin Fowler
of-Colehcstor, Vermont, a beautiful
town near Fort Kthnii Allen. Her
father was a farmer and hotel keeper,
and slio lived upon tho rami until her
innrrhigo. Mrs. Grlnnell has none of
the Infirmities of old niru. Slio rises
at daylight, works tilwiit the house,
and when the weather will permit
wanes outdoors, nor eyesiirm is so
Kootl'tlmt she threads a needle and
spends many hours crochctliiK ami
doing fancy work. Sho keeps abreast
of tho times, and Is remarkably well
Informed upon many subjects. She
declares Unit slio does not feel any
older than sho has for yearn, and If
people hair her rigc- enjoyed sueb good
health ns tho they would consider
thomsohes fortunate'. She has seven
children, four Isiys and three girls,
t.vo of whom are llxlng today.
Mr. (Irlunell writes:
COLOIIHHTHII, Vt Oct. II, 1895.
"I'alne's celery compound has !oon
my health prownvor during the last
few years. Whouovur 1 hao an ache
or a pain a fow doses or this medlclno
jrlvo me rellof and strength. Kow
women, even umugii inucli youngerl
than I, enjoy as gool health, for my
appetite Is natural, my sleep refresh
ing, and 1 can walk quite a distance
without feeling tired. People are
surprised at my appearance- and activ
ity, which I believe, Is tho result of
my using Paine's celery compound,
ft has cured me of consumption, and
Is of great help to me when over-tired.
Mus. Emylk IIydkOuinniiix."
Paine's eclory compound Is especially
valuable for recruiting the strength
,ind spent energies of men and women
advanced in years, il is t lie one
preparation considered worthy the
name or true nerve rood and blood
remedy by tho physicians throughout
tho country. It Is prescribed by them
In every state In tho Union to tone up
tho system, regulato tho nerves and
restore health and strength.
Nothing In the past has ever ap
proached It Ih power or building up
weakened nerve tissues and giving
strength to the tired liotly. in bovoro
cases or preslstent headaches, dys
IKipsIa, neuralgia and sleeplessness,
due to nervous rceblene.su, Paine's
celery compound has a record of rapid
and Inst lug euros that embraces ovorv
city and town In the wide sween of
the United Stales.
Its remarkable power oxer disease
lies In Its actlxc replacing of worn
out paits by new, heathy ones, nnd
In Its healing and purifying action
among tho most minute tissues of the
iKMly, It searches out the weak parts
at once, and set.s to work to build
them up. The tired IkhIv feels tho
strengthening elTects or Paine's celery
(live the nerves a chance to recover.
and the entire body will retrain lu
health and strength. Take Palm.'
i To nnd About the Women Who Are
In every paper wo read Is round an
account or Mime tragedy a murder, a
duel or a suicide- for which a woman
Is to blame. One day It Is a duel,
Jesuit lug In the death of two men, and
It was toiight because of the love of
cuuli for one woman. Now, If that
woman had been honest with both, all
would have been understood. Tho
favored one would have felt secured
and .the ot her one would have leallzed
that he was the low, not by any
trickery on (lie part of the winner,
but Ix'cause the woman had expressed
lint the woman was probably some
spoiled beauty of a halt civilized or
thinly-settled community. Her nat
ural vanity was flattered and ted
until it became abnormal. Her love
or conquest and power overcame any
sense of womanly honor; and for the
s.tke of having her vanity catered to,
she encouraged first, one, then the
other, until each thought himself the
favored one, and the other a design-, profit f WO.
linr rootle, who would, by fair means ! ade was about
or roui, worst nun in mo
effort in progress. And ko they
met, Just when tho anger of each was
at a white heal; and the result was,
the two dead bodies of the men who
loved her wcro carried past her door,
and no emotion "betrayed Itself upon
the face or the woman.
Two lives, which, with the proper
Influence, might have icsulted In
much good, were brought to a close
and each died with murder In his
heai t -Its curse upon his soul.
Hut what ot the soul of the woman?
Was she not doubly guilty?
A seemingly rcllned woman recelxes
the homage of two pien. She smiles
upon both with equal kindness, whllo
her kindest feeling Is given to hut
one of them, and perhaps neither.
Each thinks himself the favored the
most of the time, but once-ln-a-whlle
he rears It Is the other. ThenJeal- "I'm about to be married," writes
ousy Is aroused In his heart, and ho u girl ton rrlcnd, " and Instead or le
cannot do othorwiso than evince It. ceiving congratulations i am aware
Tho other resents It. Tho woman 1 need a derense, nnd take this means
smiles. It Is sweet toher vanity to ot making It. I am 27 years oldold
sec the conflicting emotions, llye-aud- enough to know better and do better,
bye sho must choose be- but l havo no choice, The man Is a
tween them. Perhaps she takes widower with one child. He liked
oneor them-iKKslbly neither. It Is his first wife better than ho does me.
Just as rrequently the latter way. 1 liked a man years ago better than L
We'll suppose It Is tho former. Tho do him, .so we are quits on that. He
loser immediately commences to "go wants a housekeeper; 1 want a home,
to the dogs." Ho said ho would. He I was brought upto sing a little and
drinks, he gambles; ho does all those play a little, but have no trade. My
things men do when they become parents will bo glad to see me settled,
desjwratc, and when they lose faith In ' would lw happier earning $." or SO a
woman. He has reelect for none, , week and taking car,o or myself, but r
unless, perhaps It Is his mother. Some-1 was not taught how,
times they lose that. Ho never luxes "There are thousands of xvoiiien in
another wopiau. One may lovo him myposltlpn. Hxery man who brings
(sometimes It so happens) but wool UP his daughter without starting
bo unto her ir sho does. He warns , them with the means or earning a
allother men against tjiom, poisons Uvllhood is responsible for Just such a
and unmistakably that it Is useless,
nM 1t 4 m In !( liitH nn1 Minn t
Hutlwwarc of the woman who ex- ' """
A City Woman's Success in Farm
ing. Vacant lots In the upper por
tion of New York City xvere tilled
last summer by the unemployed, an
experiment conducted by a charitable
organization. The best success in
proportion to the land allotted was
made by a woman. This plucky
woman, not content with taking the
entire care of her half acre of land,
obligingly pulled up the weeds trom
nerncignoors' plots, xviucn sue pre
served, dried nnd burned, using the
ashes to fertilize her own land. She
thus secured good crops with small
expense, and 'besides storing up
enough vegetables to last her through
the winter, she succeeded In making
Die average amonnt
$75 to an acre of
land. American Agriculturist.
Lady Randolph Chuichlll Is creat
ing a sensation In Paris riding her
bicycle clad In deep mourning. Her
costume consists of black cloth kulck
erbookers,over which Is xvorn a short
skirt. She has a smartly-trimmed
Ixtdlce, small black bonnet, trimmed
with plain black heavy bandsand plus
Miss Vesta Gray was recently ad
mitted to the bar In Fremont, Neb,
She Is the first woman over admlttsd
In her county. Miss dray has been a
cloe student of law for two yea in and
will practice with her father. She Is
a young xvouinn or many accomplish..
incuts, a tine musician, and has done
good work In The Woman's Wcckly"'or
Omaha and other home newspapers.
tvniilit to Hutmlv them Willi
. .K. a,.1). rn fil.ilnr, f 1intintt'li vrtAlWtl' !
So long as this system remains in
xogue, t lie happy comradeship Ik
twecn men and women which pre
vailed In pagan times, Is out or the
question. For you cannot make a
comrade out of a cackling lllrt, or a
hlmnerlnir fashlon-nlate, or an
amiable echo. Until we cease to
teach our girls the pernicious folly
that they have to live only to love,
they will, In my opinion, not be worth
loving besides being exceedingly
trying to live with. Prof. II. II.
In the Beginning
of a nexv year, when the winter season
1 or close conllnemctit Is only hair gone,
1 many Unci that their health begins to
break down, that the least exposure
t hreatens sickness. It Is then as well
as at all other times, and with lieople
exvn In good health, that the follow
ing facts should be remembered,
namely: that Hood's Sarsiparllla
leads everything In the xvay of medi
cines; that It accomplishes thegreatest
cures In the world; has the largest
sale In the xvorld, and requires the
largest building In the world dex'oted
exclusively to the preparation of the
proprietary medicine. Hoes this not
conclusively prove, If you are sick,
that Hood's Sarsaparllla Is the only
medicine for you to take?
ruFiiftB in i
J EA$T AND SOUTH
Southern Pacific Co,
California lNprcs Trnln Run dally b'lun
Portland and Sin FrancUco.
i i:oo p.
1 0:45 "
South I 1
Salem I v.
S.in Fran. Iv, i
Above train Hop at Iiast Portland, cireson
City, wodburn, Salem, Turner. 'mX
Jenenon, Albany. Albany Junction. Irvine
Eugene, Cromwell, Drain, and all station,
from Koeburg to Ashland, inclusive,
RQSIIIIURO MAIL DAILY.
Iv. Portland ar.
Iv. Salem 1
ar. Itoseb'g Ix.
WOLZ 4 MIESCKE, Props.
Uealars In all kind of fresh and salt meats,
..... . - ,-!
eircMi sausagn a specially,
Did You Ever.
Try Electric UitlrM as a remedy for your
trouble? II not, gel a bottle now and get
relief. This medii-ine has been found to be
peculiarly ad.-ipti.-il to the relief nnd cure ol
nil Female Cumpla'uts exert n wonderful
direct Influence in giving strength nnd toie ti
the organs. If jou have lo of Appetite
Citntlpatliiu, Headache, 1'Vmting Spells, 1
arc XervoiH, Slvcplci. Excitable. .Melan
cho'y or troubled with Viity Spell, Eleittii
ti tteis is tttumetlicineynu need. IIimIUi .id.
Strength ate guarenteed by in unc. F.f
cent nnd i,oo at Fred A, ls,' Diug -u-
Uewore Of Ointments for Catarrh tl.
as mercury will surely destroy the ene i
sincll and completely derange die whole Hy
tern when cnteiing it through the mucou
utfaccH Such articles should never be usn
except on prescriptions reputable ph)sician,
14 the damage tbey will do is ten fold to th
yoid you can derive from them. Hii1V
Cntarili Cure, manufadturcd by F. J. Cheney
& Co , Toledo. 0 , contains no mercury, and
is lahcn internally, acting directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the system. In
buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get
thu genuine. It is taken Internally, and made
In Toledo Ohio, by F. J. Cheny &Co. Tes
GTSolli by DruggiMs, price 75 cents a bot
j:I Commercial Rt Cottle lllooK
f Suci'cuur to C. M Peck & Co. I
city, I'rompt unlivery at
Iv. Tort land ar.
ar. Salem lv.
DINING CARS ON OGDEN ROUTE
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS
and second-class sleeping cars attached to all
WEST SIDE DIVISION,
llctnccn Portland and Corvallls, daily (ex.
cept Sunday. 1
6:20 p. in".
At Albany and Corvallls connect with
trams of Oregon Central ,fc Eastern Railroad.
Pest meats In tho
It appear that the Linn county
criminal, convicted of killing his fa
titer and mother and an Insurance
agent, Is to havo an appeal to the mi
promo court. He Is a most imfortic
nati human Iwlng and public send-
mom in ravor or his banging Is
wrmght up to a high pitch,
Ho was convicted to appease public
wrath at tho enormity or his crime,
because under the Judge' Instruction
ItxxtiH hard to see how 11 sentence or
niurdor lu the llrsl degree could Iks
pronounced. A woman who had tils
gulbetl hertoir lit mau'tt clot lies, armed
horsiir and eommltUMl deliberate
murder got oil 1kh'uun she was a xo
Lloyd Montgomery grew up in U0
xxoods, never had tho rullnlng hulii
cucoof education, or religion at home
or luthoMiitiday school, xxus slappetl
by his father lu Hit pruoeneo of a
strungor, enough to arouse all the
devil that slept in his nature. Kor
hUorlino when Insano with angorthls
fool should not hang.
Catarrh In the Head.
I due to impure blood and cannot be cuitd
with local application. IIiwsP SwaparllU
Wucurtdhuniltcds of C4ir of Mtatih bt
cauie it pulfi4 the UWI ml in (M xvay te
mov4 tbo rut cf th .li,. ft kn Uiiiik
Vf ttiusutemand ixem. ua,-u wf pneut
ui JPI,',"l 'l ypW fexr.
wltk ttry one wtw piw ilieni 93; c
HA 11 1) TIMES PACTS.
CKWl) UR.I)IN(1 mn TIIK KAMll.Y
MM'ry reader ot Tiik .Ioi'unai.
sliould look up the list or premiums
given absolutely fr.() with this paor.
The AVhhui.v .Iopuvai. at tl a year Is
the chciiHsl pajter 011 the Pacllle
coast,; xvl xxlthit xxeglvciwtrlysul)
serlptlons to mi of the following
valuable publications, WOh known to
the xxorld as a standard In It Held:
The Toledo lllade,
The Queen or Piuhlons,
The Pariii Nexxs,
The Child (lardeii.
Ihosi valuable publleatious are
wich north n l a year, yet xveglve
ytaiyourchole. one yuartav, ror a
-" subHTlptlon to Tint JOUHNAl,,
either the Daily for six month or
the Whkki.y for eighteen mouths.
Seethe list. ,uui ,.t eKt.ot (o 1)ro,jL
ftift't Ihi deceived into pitying for
stKMtllod pivmlums oifored with high
priced jwiw at a slight advance.
IUjiuoui Kr Thu Jouunal Is tho
olumiHM nywuwiwr on the he
'(xast. anil It gives you high gn
premium xxlthottt luldltloimr ehitrg!,!
Mucklen'a Arnica 8alvs
The tt SaUc lr thexorlJ foi Cut.
Urulm tk, Ulcers. Salt Khcum. Fem
n4 all SVIn Uupttons, ami Htttvely cur
I II or no xiy ,,;1u,ttu. It ,1 guarantettl'c?'
fUL1'!!'1 "lUfn'Otnney rtfundcdr
the minds or younger men in regard
to them, and llnally his lite Is ended,
worse than a failure, because he has
And tho man xxho marries the wom
an who Is to blame for all or this
what or litntV "Well, bo's out or tho
frying pan -and into the lite. Ho
doesn't reel sine of her one moment.
He always lives In fear that she has
liked, or xx 111 like some one olo bet
ler. Ill coiilldonce lu her was long
mistake as 1 shall make next month."
AN EXTRAVAGANT ECONOMY.
While It Is well to ecouoinlzo by
making old clothes last a long time,
still there Is a kind or economy that
Is tolly. It Is possible to xvaste ttmo
In saving material. Some people who
have no specific xvork can aHoid to do
this; others cannot. This kind of
iMiaii'iin ixtiiiomy isoreu spent upon
ago tiostrojuti. no's jealous and stis- t,i stocking tli.-.t ,n,im...i -... .....1
plclotis, and xxhlleshe niaj like him
as much as'lter sellish nature Is capa
ble or, ho never Is certain or It. Ho
may mi Injure hor greatly, and they
lKithxxlll llkelv he unhappy.
Which Is the nioivroprohoiislblo.tho
llrst xxoinan, or the latter? Isn't It
baUor to die at once, than live to
bring misery to others, and alxvays en
dure It one's suit?
Talk about a xxomau'.s vanity, as re
gurds clothing! Well, ir woman has
that stroak In her nature, do lot her,
If possible, Indulge It at the o.hiiso
or iHH.'ku,b.(K)ks, litstoad or hoatt.s-lts
thb lav, expoiiblxe lu the end, and rar
ovor until they are a torture to tender
reel and unsightly to behold. That
holes In stockings should lw mended
to a reasonable extent Is true, but to
persist tu sending valuable hours Ip
repairing hose whose ontlro feet mo
formed of darns seems roollsh and
wasteful. At lk'st tlioy can lw worn
but a day or two before tho xvorn ma
terial will again give xvay mid a new
rent will appear. And yet many
women persist i vlng monov (as
they fondly Imagine) by Just' this
moans, (lood cotton stockings can Ivo
ooiigiii tu me rate or three pairs ror a
union-. 11 ones time
Chai. 1). Hood, broker nud Manufacturer 's
Agent, Columbus, Ohio, certifies that Dr.
King's New Discovery Ins no eoual ns a
t-ougli remady. J. D. Drown, Prop of St.
Jame Hotel. Ft. Wayue, Ind., lestslles that
he was cured of a Cough of two years stand,
lug, cauced by La Grippe, by Dr. King' New
Ducovery. H. F. Merrill. Ilaldwinsvllle.
Mas , ivs that he has used and recenmemlnl
it and never Knew it to fall and xould rather
have It than any doctor, because it nlway
cuies. Mr Hemming, 222 K. 25th St.,
Chicago, alwa.xs keeps it at hand and has no
fear of Croup, becnuw: it instantly relieves.
Eree Trial Potties at Fred A. I.egg'a Drug
SALEM WATER CO.
Office! Willamette Hotel Bu'lJnr.
For water service apnly at office. Kills
payable monthly in advance. Make all
complaints at the ollicc.
Open splcket to prevent freezing, posl
lively prohibited. Care should bo taken
Ifin danger of freezing to have stop and
waste caic closed sco section 1 rules and reg
ulation. No deduction In bills will be al
lowed for abcnce or 'for any cause whatever
unless water is cut of from premises.
Express train daily except Sunday.
k:25 a. m
I Lv. Portland ArT
t Ar. McMinville Lv
to nil points lu the Eastern States, Canada
and Europe can be obtained at lowest ratel
from W.W. SINNER, Agent, Salem.
E. P, ROGERS, A. G. f. & P. A..
R. KOEHLER, Manpger.
Capital National Bank,
Transact a general banking business.
Capital Transfer Co.
HARHV TOWN, PROP.
Li;prcs, bnggage and ah kinds cf xvork
done promptly. Leave orders at I'atton'
loo 00 for every $10 Invested can be made by
our new Systematic Plau of Speculation.
$10 00 and more made dally on small invrs
ments, by many persons xvho live away from
All xxc ask Is to investigate our new and or
Ignal methods. Past xvorkings of plan and
highest references furnished. Our Booklet
"Points and Hints," how to make money
even vrhen on the wrong side of the market
ad ihtr Information nt FREE.
G1LMORE k Co., Hankers and Brokers
Open. Itoardor Trade Bldg., Chicago, Il ,
Meets all mall anil passenger trains Bag.
ga.go and express to all parts of the city.
Prompt sen ice, Telephone No. 70.
INSURANCE. J. N. Ferg'ison, agent for
Western Asiurance of Toronto, Phoenix of
London. New Zealand Insurance commnv
and the Etna Life and Accident, has
nioveu ins oitice in with the UJobo Keal
Estate office, up stair in post office build.
Miss Ballou's Schoo
Will receive children from 3 year upward"
Special attention to beginners. All desired
branches for theolder pupils taught, includ
ing drawing, modeling, music plain and ar-
nsiic i.eeuic xvork All work done on the in.
dividual plan, in which each child is ad
vanced according to its own capacity. For
terms and particulars apply to Misi. O. Jlal
lou. Twentieth and Chemcketa st.
is xxtirt 1 m iv.
thing It is too xahmhln rni-i,.ii,no
Hut, my dour girl, If jou know you wk In darning our worn stookltiL's
lwt1a It i-IOot jllitii t.. It l . ilmt ..... Ill . r'
posses it, eratuontolt ir you can. Ami
you can, If you try hard oiiough.
Don't think you xxlll lw satisfied sum
day. Vanity, the more It is fed lw-
comes me more Insatiate. You'll
never lw happy as long as you servo It.
Nor will you command tho true respect
of men or xxonien. Nor does the
woman xxho trltlos with the ulTec
tlons of men doHorvo rosiwot. Allro-
gam nor as tlesplcable. You
think It twery
numoer or conquests you've made, the
hearts you've broken. The higher the
number you can reach, tho mow
shame to you. A woman can alxvays
toll, lu a very short time, whether or
not t.ho can care for a man. Shecau
aloe usually determine in an equal
length of time whether how nuts her
to or not, Hvgry woman knows this
Is true, Sho can show lnoffcnsyely
that are lit onlv
noi mwpiw10lw. you may 1 will sotnohodv u.t.,1,
: It a very thing to lij piiS,,eTto thoi"
.0 count up on your finger the ' ooate the...? Kt x
Kr of conquests you've made, the ,nii .1 ,...". . '
ror the ntg'-Uig.
Who and where Is tho now xxoinan
wo hoar mi much nlxiut nnd wad or lu
ovory iKijwr and magazine in the
country? Ministers take the subject
In their pulpits and warn their con
grcgntlons to Iwxxnro of them. Hut
XX IU SOIIietMH V inform ,i. ......i
- ...... ,,,, tlllAltlllS
omen are. and
omen wlia lii
made themselves mastor of tin iii,n.i
aw obliged to wear a dress that will
not Interfere with the free motion of
their limbs, Is evident to anyone who
ever saw a bicycle, but that women
generally wear suits aw Immodest Is
fal.so. Thoso who dm In wi.i....
that Is unK-ontlng for the purpose of
......U.,K m.umuou aw woinon of
ivimtauon, anil to daub
On retiring from practice of den
tistry in Salem I wish to express many
thanks to my friends and clientele for
the very liberal patronage enjoyed.
For future dental operations I am
pleased to lcrer them to my xvortliy
rrleud, Dr. C. H. Mack, who will con
tinue prnctlco at the samo olllce
(Old White Corner). Dr. Mnck hav
ing been associated with me, I know
him to bo extremoly xvell skilled in
any ami every branch or dental prac
tice pud a very nice and xvortliy gen-
woman. 1 nespeaK ror him a
J. M. Kkexk, 1). J), s.
Salem, Dee. 28, 189.-.. 1 a iot
The U. S. Gov't Reports
show Royal Baking Powder
superior to all others.
When Baby wm Ick, giro her Castorla.
Mlien the was a ChUJ, tho cried for Gutorta.
"WTieu she became Miss, the clung to Casrorf.
When the had ChUdreu, she Bvethem Castorla.
COMBINAAION OIL CURE CO.. tm
cancer and all malignant diseases. We cure
cancer, old ulcers, plies, tumors, fistula
sciatic rheumatism.catarrh and minor disease.
We have a combination oil xvhlch is xvorklng
wonder. Address, H. Heckman,
Box 169. Traveling Agent, Eugene. Or.
& Scicniiilo Amarlcan
& Aoenoy forA
VV IK M
rawviwuvB a. i
pldeit bureau for ectirtn juuau la AjaSrleiL
Uie pufcUo bj uotioo ctTeo tn ot cTutct U Ua
Given by a qualified teacher, a native
of Germany. Classes for children on
Saturday at Channing Hall.
Mn. Rapsey. 454 Marlon St
Given on reasonable terms S an experienced
tMch- W. A. RAPSEY,
4S4 Marlon st.
Commercial Slreel, Corner Slate
fnrt ctrcnlAtlna of nny iclenUflo rrr In Ik
,Y.lVh F c'"1"1'r.utrteU. J?J finuifi'St
wan houlU bo without It. XVMklr, S3.00,
' ' 'ittn,..Mhv A.lJrs tUWri CO
Children Cry foj
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MONEY TO LOAN
On farm land security. Special
rates on large loans. Loans
considered xvlthout delay
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On city or farm property.
Over Bash's Bank.
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Solera dnrlne the next 30 days. Address
with particulars, '
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266 Stark street, ; 'Portland, Or
7 '. V1UJAXS
W ru JJIUINE CO..
FARM FOR SALE!
35o acres, located V. miles west of Wapata
station, amhlll county, and, i miles south
01 oaston. ft acres of hops, large hop house,
o acres xvheat land, 10 acrc meadow and
Mayer damimnsi nfiK k.,!,,.,... un c in
a vJrIfy of tame trasses. Good soil, no
rock, ully'pot in cultivation, xvithspring or
creek .on evfrv.4n anr. v:n ,.11 ;n ..,c
of 40 acres or more at prices from $280 up
wrd, according to location and improve,
menu. Easy terms. For further particulars
enquire of Wm. H. EUAN,
1 1 n Gcrtals, Or,