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Kb 12 acres with liouse
Philomath, price 350..
and -fruit, in
No 2 A finely improved home, acre
lot, good fruit, house and barn in Phi
lomath, price fSoo.
No 3 40 acres, 30 in cultivation, balance
timber, house and barn, good spring,
miles from Philomath, price 600.
No 480 acres nearly all in cultivation,
: good house, barn and other ; outbuild
ings, orchard, fine water, good location
2 miles from Philomath, price $2600
No 5 161 acres, 15 in cultivation, nice
fruit, part of house and barn," would
make a fine stock ranch, (3oo.
No 6100 acres, 60 in cultivation, good
house, barn, fruit and water, 6 miles
from Philomath, a fine little farm, $15
per acre. - .,
No 7 54 acres, 25 in cultivation, good
barn, small house, tine Iniit and water,
good timber, 5 miles from Philomath,
price $1300. .-.
No 8 165 acres, 140 in cultivation, good
house, barn, orchard and water. . All
(well fenced, two,niiles from Philomath.
One of the finest farms in Oregon,
'" price $30 per acre. " , 'l 1
No 9 320 acres, 60 in cultivation,- 2
: fair houses and barns, good ; fruit . and
: water, 5 miles from Philomath, - price
$3,500; a fine stock ranch. '.' . ,
No 10 160 acres, 80 in cultivation, fair
buildings, good fruit and water, 3
miles from Philomath, price 3000; a
good farm. - - ; ." , .
No i r 100 acres, 15 in cultivation,: bal
ance good pasture and timber, build-
: ings do not amount to much, ' : good
water, a fine goat ranch, price $600,
3 miles from Philomath. ; ' - '1 - "'
So 12 80 acres, 25 in cultivati6Ui f.iir
, buildings,, good : water and fruit, 3
"' . miles from Philomath, price 800.
No 13 207 acres, 30 in cultivation, fair
. .house and barn, good water- avid fruit,
price S1500, a fine stock ranch. ' '
..No 14 320 acres, 250 in cultivation'; 12
. acres in hops with hop-house, good
, "house, barn, orchard and weil-watered,
1 mile from Philomath, a ; fine, farm,:
price 10,000. ""..'.'.:'"-
No 15 235 acres, 150 acres in cultivation,
good house, barn, fruit 'and water, 1
mile from. Philomath,- price- $35 per
acre, a good farm.. : ; : ; -
No )6 80 acres, 1 acre in cultivation, L
smau nouse ana oarn, tms place is
fixed up for a saw mill, fine timber
-and water power, S miles from Philo
math, price 600, a good, chance to
start a saw mill. ...
Ho 17 66 acres, 20 in cultivation, good
new house, barn, orchard and water. 2
miles from Philomath, $1000, a fine
little home. . ,.. '
No iS 120 acres, 20 :n cultivation, fair
buildings, good iruit an 1 wttir, 9 miles
from Philomath, a gojd slock . ranch,
- -price $7,50.
No 19 640 acres, 100 in cultivation, 2
fair houses and barns, fruit and water,
3 miles-from Philomath, a good foot
- hill stock ranch, price 2800, this is a
. bargain; would make two good homes.
No 20 225 acres, 50 in" cultivation,.- no
buildings, fenced, good water, price
J2000, a good place for the money.
2Jo 21 350 acres, 350 in cultivation, good
house, barns, orchards, this", is a- fine
iarin, price $12,000, 3 miles from - In
dependence. . - -. . "...
; .No 22 So acres, 10 in cultivation; fair
buildings, good water and fruit, 30
acres seeded to timothy, a good stock
ranch, price $900, near Blodgett.
2o 23 200 acres, 25 in cultivation, bal
ance open pasture, no buildings, good
. water, a hue stock iarm, price $1100.
Near Nashville. - .
No 24 Lot with good barn, in Philo
math, price J250. -
No 25 2 lots, 1 acre fruit trees, $350.
No 26 House and 2 lots with barn, some
No27 House and lot with barn , and
. fruit trees, price 475.
No 28 A good house and 4 lots with
" barn, in Corvalhs, price $1300; a fine
2o 29 Store with dwelling house and
good, barn, in Philoravth, price 1100.
NO 30-5 acres in Philomath, r, fenced.
$400. 10 acres in Philomath, fenced
f4oov io acres in Philomath, fenced.
; 400. -, .-....'.
No 31 2 acres with good 6-rpom ' house
and barn, fine fruit and water;- well
feced, this is a nice little home, 1 mile
from Philomath. - ,
Nf.j 13 acres, 5 in cultivation, balance
tii.'.bfcr and pasture, fine garden land
guod log house, 1 miles from Philo
math, price 4oo; this would make a
good chicken ranch.
3vl,33 140 acres all in cultivation, good
house and barn, good young orchard
2.y2 miles from Philomath, - a sightly
home, price 3750.
No 34 100 acres, 40 in cultivation, . new
barn, no house, price .1500, 5 miles
from Philomath, this would make a
nice home. . .
No 35 130 acres, good barn, fair house,
hop yard and hop house, fine fruit and
water, nearly all in cultivation, price
- 5000, near Philomath.
No 36 200 acres,; 75. in cultivation,
buildings, not much, fruit and water
. 6 miles from Philomath, price $1000,
a cheap, ranch. ;
-No 37 160 acres, 25 in cultivation, fair
house and 2 barns, fruit and water,
good pasture and timber, 4 miles from
Philomath, 12 head of cattle and about
30 tons of hay, price 1600, a- good
stock ranch and cheap.
".'No 38 306 acres, 40 in cultivation, 140
open land, good barn, small house, 6
-miles from Wrenn, price 1600, a good
stock ranch. - -
No 39 320 acres, 50 in cultivation, good
house and barn, fine pasture and tim
y ber, 50 head cattle, price $ 2800, 10
miles from Philomath, this is a cheap
- place. " .
No 40 160 acres, 25 in cultivation, good
house, barn, fruit and water, good pas
ture and timber, price 1500, 5 miles
from Philomath. - . ; .. .. ... .
". No 41 40 acres, large house, fair barn,
good fruit and water, a fine home, one
mile from Philomath, price $2000.
No 42 320 acres, 150 in cultivation,
fair house, good barns, fruit and water,
a fine stock ranch , price 3000, - three
miles from Summit.. - . .. . - : - .
No 43 210 acres, 50 in cultivation, good
buildings, fruit, water, pasture aud
timber, this is o:ie of the best farms in
Alsea, price 2100. :
No 44 100 acres, 50 in cultivation, good
7-room house, barn and other build
ings, fine water and fruit, price 2000,
4 miles from Monroe. . , -'
No" 45 160 acres, 10 in cultivation,
small house and barn, good water,
price 700, 6 miles from . Philomath.
No 46 37 acres, all in cultivation, good
9-room, house, new barn, fine frnit
aud water, a sightly place, and right in
Philomath, price 5 2500.
No 47166 acres, 75 in - cultivation, all
fenced, good water, no bnildings, price
22 per acre, near Philomath. (,
No 48 80 acres, 20 in cultivation, no
"buildings, fine timber and pasture,
good water, 4 miles from Philomath,
price 1000. - -" ' "-; .-
No 49 23f acres, all fenced, no house,
fair barn, also 4 lots, all in Philomath,
price $1100. .
No so 10 acres, all fenced, 7 near.. Cor
vallis, price $500. . ' . -7 .;- -
No 51 350 acres, 100 in cultivation, good
buildings,-fane fruit, 354 miles trom
Corvallis. price Sooo: this is a , fine
. farm. ' "'' ,.'"''' "" K't"
No 52 160 acres, 10 in cultivation,' good
log house. 2 barns, nice young orchard
springs and creek on the place, ; 15
miles west 01 rauomam, price iuuu,
ill trade this tor a small place near
town. .' -; "'j.1
No 5 v 260 acres, 30 in cultivation, fair
- house and 2 barns, good frnit," -water,
, timber and pasture, 6 miles from Phi
lomath, price $2ooor a .good stock
ranch. ' ' ;
No 54 too acres, 60 in cultivation, most
ly bottom land, balance fine pasture and
timber, good new barn, small house,
,xz miles from Philomath, price $2,500;
this is a fiue farm. . . . '. -;
No 55-140 acres, 15 in cultivation, good
box house, barn, orchard 'and water,
creek runs through the farm, good out-
:' ; range, price $1000,' a . good stock
ranch for the mcn;y, 3 , miles ..from
Alsea P O. . ' . ."" ; -';
No 56191 acres, 150 in cultivation, 140
' acres in the bottom, good houses barn,
- fruit and water, price, $30 per . acre, 2
iniles from Philomath, a fine farm.!. ,.
No 57.123 acres, 60 in cultivation, , bal
ance timber and pasture, buildings not
much, price $1200,7 miles from Philo
; . math, a cheap place. . - :': " 1 - ;
No 58 40 acres, 22 in cultivation, ; bal
, ance pasture and oak grubs, 2 miles
from Philomath, price $1000. ' -.
No 5920 acres, all in cultivation, fair
iiouse and barn, good fruit and water,
price 600; a good little home, also 60
acres joins the above, all in cultivation,
3 miles from Corvallis, price $1500.
No fee 57 acres, 25 in cultivation, good
house, barn, fruit and water, fine pas
ture and timber, furniture, stock, etc,
all go for 2000, a dandy little home, 1
mile from Philomath. : ' - - ;
No 61 80 acres, 10 in : cultivation, bal
ance good pasture and timber, good
outrange, fair house, barn and other
outbuildings, good fruit and water-,
this is a fine goat ranch, 6 miles from
Philomath, price 650; this is a snap.
No 62 320 acres, 150 in cultivation, bal
ance good pasture and timber, good
house, burn, fruit and water, 6 miles
from Philomath, $14 per acre, a fine
farm. - "-
No 63 -400 acres, 80 in cultivation, bal
ance good pasture and timber, good
house, barns, stock sheds, creek runs
through the farm, good orchard, 150
acres in the bottom, this is ore of the
; best stock farms in Oregon, good out-
;. range, a bargain at $10 . per acre, six
' miles from Philomath. ' -
No 6480 acres, no improvements,- bot
tom land and bill- land, good timber,
would make a good home, price $4 per
acre, cheap! 6 miles from Philomath.
1& BOX .59.
King's Vall y.
Tbe wind storm last week blew
down considerable fence aud a lew
trees; Toe rain was needed' to' put
tbe plow land in good condition for
phwiug. ;'; " ""
Early sown grain ia -looking well,
and it is seldom that pasture is as
good at.this time of the year.
Castle, of Dallas, and - McDowell,
of Saleui, each took a band of beet
cattle from tbe valley last week.: The
price paid was three and a quarter.
Spaulding's teama have been ' en
gaged, for some time hauling in 'ma
terial' for their camp, up the Luck-iamuie.-
A representative of the order is
in the valley, working . in the inter
est of the Artisans. A general good
time was enjoyed by the fraternity,
Wednesday evening. . , ;
The young men who became bois
terous at church Sunday evening,
had better take warning." : That oit
repeated threat of arrest is liable to
be carried out, if the annoyance is
An accident that must have proven
fatal but for the timely , assistance
rendered, befell Mrs. Cbenoweth last
week. he was ecgaged in.; boiling
cider. A large kettle was suspended
above a fire, in the door vard. In
some manner, as Mj fchenoweth
moved about, berdFeiiJoaught the
flame and in a few moments was
almost -entirely consumed. - One
hand of the victim was badly burn
ed. But for the prompt assistance
of Forence Cbenoweth in. exting
uishing the flamee, the consequence
must have been far more serious, if
not fatal. Uno.
- Continued from pagel;.
an' letters. J
He did noteem to at all realize
the eiiuimily of the crime he had
comniitled, aijd made no inquiries
as to the ccrnaition ot bi3 victim.
A f er striking ' the girl Vaughn
liumtdiatrly left the school house
and went to his home, where he told
his mother that there was trouble
over at the school house. : He then
started', across the folds
towards tne river. A tew mo
ments later his fatherEli Vaughn
came to the house, and being told
what. the boy had said, started after
him, but the latter disappeared
among the willows and his father
did not succeed in overt.sking him
Then he seems to ha ve r wandered
about all day.. . -. :,
Lite in the afternoon he was .dis
covered :by Frank Libby crossing a
field on fcLibby'd -farm 'about two
miles northeast of Jefferson, and go
log in the direction- of the town
Libby started towarcr him and when
within hailing distance called ; to
him. . Vaughn stopped at oi;ce and
walked to meet Libby, who ;. told
him that he. would have, to go - to
Jefferson with him. Vaughn made
no objections, butaccompanied Lib
by to the house,' where a horee was
hitched up and lrove into Jefferson,
where he was turned over to Cou-
stabie. Black well. ... ;
The examination of Vaughn was
held b lore Justice S. 1 . Johnson
District Attorney ; Hart was preeent,
and the prisoner waived, his right
to a' preliminarv examination and
was bound over to the grand jury;
.1 he people of Jeflerson, wnile hor
ror-stricken ; at the crime pf young
y augnn, conducted themselves with
conservatism. A few hotheads
may iiave thoug-ht.of violence, but
tlie people generalh' had no in teai-
iiou orjn'rKTin witn xtie eorrrba
of the law. t ',.:'--: '-..
ine young man e . parents , were
greauy enocKeu at tne son s crime,
and his father displayed a disposi
tion to help the oflicers in their
search in any way he could.
J tierson people say that young
Vaughn was of a rather peculiar
opposition. He was a close student
and", faiihfully perlormed his duties
as janitor at the school building,
Bui he made no friends and had no
coi.fidantea . or companions. He
never associated with anyone. As
soon as he had performed his duties
he would go home, and never ling
ered to meet other young people.
On tbe morning of his crime he
wrote a letter to the girl. The let
ter was ra 1 blingand uninttlligiblr,
having no meaning whatever of any
Salem, Oct. 24. Clyde Vaughr,
the young man who yesterday- at
tempted to. murder 13 year-old Lu
lu Jones at Jtfferson, was this after
noon brought to Salem and lodged
in the Marion county ail. " He had
been hysterical most of . the : after-
noirti, sobbing and moaning contin-
u uly. He was quiet when first
brought here, and presented no un
n ual appearance. ... . .;
Sheriff, Burbiu and Pr, Byrd vis-i't-d
the prisoner -this evening to ex
uiiiineinto his condition. To them
h;- told the story of his crime with
oti r heeiiation, he said that, acting
under an uncontrollable impulse,
he called the girl from the school
room, choked her, dragged - her to
the basement and there struck her
on the head with an axe. He claim
ed that he is subject toiosanespells.
Dr. Byrd will not at this time ex
press an opinion as to tbe boy's
sanity, but; says that if he is feign
ing, he is doing a good job of it.
Holland. Mich., Oct. 19. In this
citv tonight Webster Davis closed
his Michigan tour in the interest of
Bryan. Thousands of - Hollander.
greeted him cordially. The opera
house proved much tojsmall to hold
the crowd that tried to gain admit
tance and Mr. Davis was compelled
to address an overflow meeting. Mr.
Davis appealed to the Hollanders
to rebuke the national administra
tion for its pronounced sympathy
for the British government- in its
war against their kinsman, the Bo
ers of South Africa. The Holland
ers crowded to shake ; Mr. - Davis'
hand after the meeting.
Mrv Davis started for his home
in Kansas City, Mo , tonight in or
der to make speeches in Missouri.
Trenton, N: J., Oct. 28. The
Trenton True American will to
morrow quote ex-President Cleve
land as saying:
"I am not aware of having made
any statement justifying th asser
tion that I am going to support Mc
Kinley. '" v' ':;:.'. ; '. -.
i Mr. Cleveland Reclined to make
any statement regarding , his posi
tion, arid the Swords quoted were in
response to a suggestion from the
reporter that a recent letter of his
reiterating his - financial ! views of
1995 was being construed as mean-J
ing he intended to support Mr. Mc-J
Kinley in the present campaign.
TO BE HE.RD TOXIHHT
OCEAN TO OlEAS.
Brjao, - Cock ran ; and HHI 00 ibe
- Same r-Platform Signer . Eires to
Stretch From New Yo'k to San-
New' York, O. t. 24 William Jen
niugs Bryan, David B. Hill and W.
B urke t ockran.will speak from the
same platform in Madison Square
Garden on the night of October 27.
Mr. Bry n returns to : this city c n
that date frcm his tour of the state:
. The presence of the three fortmcst
orators in the d mociatic ranks on
the same platform will be one of the
remarkable features of .a series of
mass-nceeting3 which , promise . to
eel ipse in every" way - the i receptiun
given Mr. Brvan : Tuesday n gnt y
Tammany Hall .. , -., ; ; : i -,r. '-,
It will .be. tbe.nrst time that ithn
leaders of the diflrent divisions of
the democracy have coma; together.
Mr. Hill as leader of the. old . line
democracy arid Mr. Cockran re. re
senting the gold, democrats- have
notspoken in Manhattan during 'he
campaign. .,';- .-. -
The meeting in Madisjn Square
Garden will be one of six that will
be held in the city that night un
der the auspices of the National As
sociation of Democratic Clubs.'
'' These meetings will 1 be national
in character and will: be participat
ed in by democratic clubs from ma
ny states.'- Specialjtiains will brusg
the members of t be clubs to this
city. "-''. 'y .:,;:.'":: " .'-''': :
In air of the large cities from the
Atlantic to the. Pacific mass-meet
ings under the directiou e-f rthe Na
tional Association will be held sim
ultaneously with thoe in New York
There are between 10,000 and 12,000
clubs in the association' and about
2 000,000 members. Every littl
town in the country has af: least
one "-of ; these clubs, : and everv
one of them will' have a meeting
and a pyrotechnical display that
night. - :;
At the hour the meetings begin,
8 P. M., acannon salute will befired
in cities on a line east and west be
tween New York and San Francis
co, and tne boom ot the detonations
will be heard all the way across the
At the same instant illumina
tions will be made high in the
heavens at intervals close enough
to make a line of fire 3,000 miles
long from ocean to ocean.
Besides the meeting in Madison
Square G irden there will be two
meetings in Madison Square Park,
one of the stands being at the Worth
monument and ' the' other on the
east side of the park at Twenty-
fourth 6treet. : '::'-'-
In Cooper Union there will b. a
fourth meeting under the direction
of the German branch of the Asso
ciation of democratic clabs. This
meeting-will be addressed by sever
al of theleading German Americans
of the country. -'; ' "
Outside ot Cooper 'Union there
will be an overflow meeting, which
will also be addressed by German
In the Broadway Athletic Club,
here will be a meeting for Italian
Iron and Quinine
U1I1T ..w...... ., -t- ;
thJ UrjUd : SMttt.
for Infants and Children,
The Kind You Me Always Bought
BEARS THE SIGNATURE OF
In Use For
THE CENTAU9 COMPANY. TT
For Up to date Job Work call
at TIMES Office, Corvallis;
If You ttiisb to Invest in money
iHalung Stocks in musick
: f A mine which has paid $150,000.00 in dividends,
'"-" . and will pay
; Dividends Again Within a Year.
In Helena a dividend payer, Helena No 2, a stock which
rapidly in reasing in value, or any mining stocks
L. Y. Kearty, Mining- Stock Broker
POKTIASD MIXING S 1 (I (1 110 SHERLODK BLDG
loDES HJEDFORI) McXEILLS. . - PO .
democrats. - The interior of the
club will be arranged to furnish
sea s for a crowd of 4.000. On y
Italians will be admitted at this
m en:. '..
Mr. Brj'an will not only addre??
the Madison Square Garden meeting
but he also will speak to the Ger
mans in Cooper Unioq and to the
Italians in the Broadway Athletic
Club. "- '
..A feature of the mass meetings
will be electrical n;l pyrotechnical
displays. The exhibition of fire
works in Madison Square and from
the tour, and roof of the Garden will
be on a scale! which has ' never be
fore been attempted, in this country.
The electoral display in and. but
of lha Garden will al-o be made o.u
an extraordinary scale. The two
stands in the park will be illumip.7
ated by 3,500 varieil-colored incan
descents, and the whole square will
be made brilliant . ,hv? labyrinthian
festoons of electric lights.
As a preliminarv to theevent- of
October 27, which are intended 10
make the close of the national cam-
aVatia, Chills an
is plainly printed on every, bottle hence you
rni.;nT wlipn von take .Grove's. Imitators
yuu 0.1 v. -""---j - j
. o Mifinrr urnrn vuu L&rw-
their tormula Knowing uiat
you -knew what it contained.
put up m corflct proportions
The Iron acts as a tonic while the Quinine arives uic
out of. the system. Any reliable -druggist will . tell ' you that
is the Ori'ginai and , that ; all other so-called .Tastelesf
imitations. An arraiysis-xi otner ww .
suprio'r to all others;; evejy respect.: You
experimenting when you take iOye s 1, yy
Having on' been cstablisnca. urove s 1 u,w
ll"nre'.sold throiehout the entire
; No Citfc,' No 1 Pay: ' Price. 50c
Over 30 Years.
MURRAY STREE NEW YORK CITY.
pign in this state the most memor
able in the history ot the country,
the tower of Madison Square Gard
en was illurrin tted from top to bot
tom last night. The illumination
w 11 be continued every night until
October 27, with the exception of
the night of the 26 b, when tie
great Roosevelt demonstration is to
Thre will be many speakers of
pr jminence aside frjrn Bryan, Hill
and Cockran. One of them will be
United States Senator - George L.
Wehing on, oi Maryland, a republi
can, who is supporting Bryan. He
will make his first appearance in
New York on that - night in this
campaign. Webster Davis will be
one of the English speaking orators
at the C.)up-r Union meeting.
; Notice to Trespassers ;
A 1 pf-reocs are hereby notified not
t otre-pass on the Kiger farm north of
Corvallis for the purpose of bunting
or othei wie.
This means you and means every
v . -
orove s contain.
malarial sections ot