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TEC8TY WHITE, CORNERED KE AR
' After Being' WbuDded, He Placed
His Revolver to Ilia Own Fore
head and Sent a Bullet in- '"
to His Brain Body
Thera "was an unusual . buzz
about the Corvaliis & Eastern sta-
.tion at Corvallii on the arrival of
v the train from Yaquiua. Thursday.
In the baggage car was tha dead
body of a man, and gradually it
leaked out that the deceased was
cone other than Ed White, the fu
gitive, trusty who escaped- from the
- Oregon r penitentiary a couple' ; of
weeks ago, and who has since be
. come notorious in connection with
tbe'e caudal in which the name" of a
female convict from Jackson- coun
ty is mentioned. ' ' - J :
In a desperate encounter with of
ficers, worn but' with the Fatigue "of
flight, and exposure to the weather
- V and the constant pursuit of the
Lincoln county ' sheriff and depu
ties, and eager to find in death a re
lief from his troubles, White,"' after
the manner of .Tracy, finding ; him-;
. self .wounded, placed his revolver
to his own forehead arid eent a bul
let crashing through his, brain, Ha
died five minutes later, still clntch
ing with a death grip, hi3 revolver,
one hand holding the handle and
the. otkr the muzzle of the weap
on.' '-The encounter happened Wed
nesday, i near the farm house -of
Bobfrt Warnick, who resides a
- short distance beyond "Eddyviile,
.. Lincoln county. The only partici
pants were the ftgitive and. Robert
Warnick. Warnick,- armed with a
"Winchester rifle, ordered Whlte to
throw rp bis hands, and the reply
of the latter was to present a 44
calibre Colt's revolver! which, how
ever, though every chamber was
loaded, he did not discharge. At
the moment, Warnick leveled his
"Winchester, and White quickly
turned and fled." After several shots
a ball fired by Warnick brought
the culprit to hts knees, when he
.,, ended his life by his ovn hands.
The fact that White was in hid
ings in Lincoln county; became
known last week. He stopped for
" a time at a farm house not far from
the Summit. From there he drif'ed
. southwest across Lincoln county,
until Sunday. afternoon, when, he
,; was overhauled by Sheriff . Ross,
and. in an encounter that took place
between them, Doth emptied their
Revolvers at a range of only 35
yards, without effect. White es
caped, and during the night crossed
the Alsea Bay from Waldport ;to
Lutjens, and thence took a north-
- easterly course, passing through
the Drift Creek country and ulti
mately appearing in the vicinity of
' Chiuvood. Monday, flight henlept
an a barn on the farm jof . Charles
IBruner. Tuesday morning he was
driven from the school house hear
Chit wood, by parties -.who went
. there to hold some kind of a meet
ing. - Later, the same morning he
took bieakfas't at a farm house in
the vicinity. , . . " . :k
Meantime, officers were trailing
nim, and the: whole . country ,was
excited over the situation. Reports
of all kind were In. circulation,' and
the next development was watched
at Toledo, Elk .. City, and r other
points along the bay with" feverish
Interest. . . ' .. .. ' -,,?.
N Among those on the lookout for
the fugitive was Warnick. Armed
with a Winchester and traveling a
long the railroad track on a hand
, car with the section gang, WaTnick
observed a man answering White's
description, . Wednesday forenoon.
NTbe stranger "was fin the county
road, and as he noted the approach
of the party pa the hand-car, ' he
immediately disappeared - in , the
bushes; - The car' did not halt, but
kept on its course, past, the fugt
. tive's hiding place, and ' to a dis
, tance of 150 yards beyond. There,
out of. sight of White,- Warnick dis
mounted from the car, and stole
back towards the fugitive's hiding
place. ' Within a few minutes,
. White appeared in" the Toad again,
5 moving . toward Warnick' s house,
. only a short distance away. A sad
: died horse stood tied to the ; fence
; 3n front of the door, and apparent
ly the convict' was making for it.
" - White's first knowledge of the
presence of Warnick was the lat
ler's command to halt and throw up
bis hands. The fugitive turned sud-
denly and presented his revolver as
1 ifito:fire.-3'itldeputy immediately
levelled hisx Winchester and White
wheeled and ran' swiftfy toward the
' borse. Warnick opened fire, shoot-
ing high at first in the hope of in
ducing the fugitive to stop, without
shedding blood. White never halt
ed, however, but soon reached the
iorse, untied him aricTstarted to
from ther Winchester passed through
hls;ckJttjitfg.f This caused a change
of plarij and the convict, wheeled
from the tirse and started for; the
Warnick barn,-but a short distance
away. .He had gone but a short
distance, when a ball from the rifle
entered' his i body, 5lt .- -went in at
the small of the back, and came out
four inches above the navel. White
staeeered. and fell to his knees,
.Up to this time, he had not used
his revolver. It was a 44 cauore
Colt's: and clutcbiner the handle
with his right hand and the muzzle
with his left, he pressed it close to
his forehead and sent a bullet crash
ing into his own brain. The ball
entered the head just below - the
hair; The discharge set fire to his
hat, which was subsequently pick
ed ud a few feet away, still on' fire
When Warnick reached him; White
was lying on his face, his arms un
der htm, his hands still clutching
the revolver in the $kme manner
thafhe held it when 'ihe fired his
last shot. He was still alive, but
he died five minutes afterwards.'
; The body was taken lb Eddyviile
and there a coroner's jury returned
a verdict that White came to his
death by gunshot wounds iuflictdd
by his own hands ana by the hands.
of Robert ' Warnick. The verdict,
also exonerated' the latter " from
blame. The body was taken to thej
penitentiary for interment.
Newport. Or., Feb. 3. The'man
whom Sheriff Ross attemnted to ar
rest as whit?, the escaped convict,
is still 10 the vicinity of Waldport,
After his encounter with the sheriff
he re-crossed" Alsoa Bay, staying
over night near LuJjeos'i Monday
morning, about 9 o'clock, became
to the postoffice -to - mail .-a .letter,
and then went to Bay view, 'a. few
miles above Lutjens, where - he ' is
now reported to be staying, Unmo-
The city council has made ar
rar gements with the merchants to
place street lamps on Main - street.
.Elder Shupp, of Portland, preach
ed at Keazel chapel last Thursday
evening. . -
''. Mrss Brothers gave tickets to
their customers during January,
one for each fifty cents worth of
goods purchased. A sewing ma:
chine will be given a 1 the ticket
drawing the lucky number.
T The "young folks have a good
time every day coasting on the long
hill, iof William's pasture. ; - . -'.
Mr. O. Weed is now agent for the
Corvallis 6team laundry and is do
ing a good business.
- The Benton County Lumber Co,
start their sawmill again this
Ithaca,' N.' Yr Jan.. 27. Mrs
Clara Belle Freese found out that
her husband," Charles E. Freese, to
whom she has been married for
twenty-seven years is in reality her
uncle. " She has brought an action
tor annulment or the marriage. I
one was Known as Ulara tsell l hom
es before her marriage; buthef own
father was, Bradley Freese, a bro
ther of Charles E , Freeee. ' Bradley
Freese died, when Clara Belle was.
one year old.- IKs widow married
Edgar Thomas . and . the . child
always., thought her stepfather r was
twrown" fatherJ-Xf ? f - &iT,
" Charles 53 Freese lived with!" the
Thomases.:, r When Clara JBelle was.
thirteen years" old he ' married i her,
although it is alleged, he knew she
wfc Tiis zpttciaZ. JHery jrfiotherand
stepfather were then dead, Mr and
Mrs-FreessF have two children. " -
s. : .Teacher's Examination
- Notice is hereby given that the i Coun--
ty Supenntendeat of isentoa connty .will.
holO the regular, examination of appli
cants ior State and county papers at Corr
vallis,, Oregon as follows: : , : ';. -
: -':'-4-ri For State Papers.
Wednesday, February 11, at nine o'clock
a. m. and continuing until .Saturday,
February 14,'at four o'clock p. ta.."
Wednesday-Penmaaship, history, spel
1 ling, algebra; reading, school law. :'
Thursday Written arithmetic, theory of
- teaching, ; grammar, K' bookkeeping, :
physics, Civil government. : ..
Friday Physiology, geography, mental
arithmetic, composition, physical
: gepgraphy. s- r-; a-.'"'V- - x
Satnrday-Botany, plane geometry, gen
; eral history, English literature, psy
"'...chology. i t-. -
: For County 'Papers. '
Wednesday, February n at nine o'clock
a.'td.',' and. continuing cntil Friday,
Feb. 13, at four o'clock p. m., First,
- Second fit Third grade Certificates.' 5
Wednesday Penmanship, history..- or-
Thursday Written ' arithmetic, theory
- ei leacning.grammar, .aooi law. ; i
-physioiogy, civilovetawnt. ' :-. ,
: " i j. Primary Certificates.. I's
Wednesday Penmanship, .orthography,
- reading, arithmetic. - . '
Thursday Art of questioning, theory
teaching, methods, physiology.
Dated this 31st day of January, 1903:
G. W. DENMAN. '
. -County School Supt.
SOME THINGS THAT HAVE . HAP-
PEN ED IN THE SENATORIAL
' ' STRUGGLE.
Hume now in the Assembly, but
Voted Against Fulton State
Elections Still to be held
1 ' in " Jane t Paulson? - ..
Salem, Feb. 3. When a ballot
for United States senator was taken
this morning a momentary break
occurred in the Fulton forces, whioh
caused his supporters the utmost
consternation," and which may
prove the portent of his coming de
feat." " " ' 7 " ' . ' " t'
Representative Paulsen, of Clack
amas, who has been voting for Ful
ton ever since the balloting began,
voted today tor ueer . Jbive min
utes later, as the clerk was preparr
ing to announce the result, and
while" foe Fulton 'men were anxious--
ly asking one another the meaning
mis uDexpecieo aeneciion, raui-
sen rose and paid; V ' ; "; ;'.V.'!
"Mr. "Chairman, I wish to change
my vote from'Geer to Fulton.'V -
The change was registered and a
sigh of relief went up from the fol
lowers of the Clateori candidate. "
I he episode was ihe hrst vieible
evidence nf' tHel cunning pidttlhg
that 1 )s irr evidence to undermine
F ul tori's' candidacy,' and to 'wrest
his' followers frorri him' "'
Paulsen's?: defiratinat was part of a
deeprlald scham hn hsjiad:"' 'oouV
taken: hia cua and appeared on. the,
eone too. soon.. .. .- -- - - .
President Bnrwnell, who ' war in
the chair, was one of the first to ob
serve Paulsen's Vote for Geer on the
call of 'the roll;-and he instantly
summoned Representative Webster
ot Clackamas to the desk. Theje
was a whispered dialogue between
Brpwnell and Webster, and the lat
ter hurried back to Paulsen.
The message which " be carried
was sufficient to- accomplish ' "the
purpose, for a moment later - Paul
sen rose and changed back to Ful
ton-. Immediately ; upon adjourn
ment Paulsen was surrounded by a
throng of people eager to know his
explanation of his two-fold change,
but Paulsen had little' to say be
yond a vague declaration . that
Clackamas county had v indicated
Geer as its choice for. senator," arid
that he had therefore decided to
vote for him. He declined to dis-
U38 the subject.
"lhen why did. you change at
"Well? that's " something! don't
care to discuss,' replied the waver
ing representative. ' -.
""How do you expect to vote?" H
'-Well, you can - find - that out
when my vote is cast. I don't ca-e
to say now. . O " ;
The trouble with ' Paulsen is ap
parently that he deserted Fulton too
soonvThe mine had been carefully
laid, but it was not to be sprung to
day,' and the Clabkamas representa
tive blundered only in being pre
mature. Secret influences have
been at work to create dissatisfac
tion among Fulton's followersarid
nfris tvell known that some of those
now voting for him are ready to de-
-hrert him-when ever Batisfted "that
they can pipk, , be wi.ffneir-in' the
'0Batorlaitaoe' ; JkJ l?,-vii
The cunniner hanl of Jonathan
3brt hf aWtfSgifittMs work Ibf
and. th'ete ar j many who believe
thaf BrownefWs: secretly in alli
ance with ..bim. Bourne's help was
invaluable to Brownell in the fight
over the presidency of the senate,
and the latter is shrewd enough to
realfze jhat Fnltpn's "chances.1 :o e
lection as senator are not increas
ing. ; 7:-. .:-;;v' """t;-
Solem, Or., Feb. 4. And Hume
although he came, did not vote foi
Fulton, after all. That was today's
development in the senatorial contest,-
and it was thfltinlybne. ; ;.:
"I don't like - the company Jo
Which 'you newspaper men and oth
ers have been placing nae," was the
greeting of Representative Hume' to
the press representatives this morn-
It was after he had been sworn in I
by Secretary 01 State uunbar tnat
be made this statement, the nature
fof which was a complete surpns9.J
all, for Hume had been-claimed by"
the Fulton force and, possibly be-.
cause of his absence, had , been con 4
ceaea to inem. . : -
"I guess you have been listening1
toPBome Hoaei talk;'SseontinBM;r?J
se. 'at sAbe ?pj9ft srihat ft
otWoiesforirltaji -ms vptem&r
ture. I don't care to be placed in
that company; I have come all the
way v from San Francisco with ra
wound in my side to help . elect a
senator. r We need a young, vigor
ous man for that place; . one with a
standtl years at Washington. ; By
the end of that time he would ba in
a positiou to accomplish some good
for the state." " " 'J . ' ":.
And when his name was called
on joint ballot, Hume 'voted for
Lawrenee T. Harris, speaker of the
House. . If this was the day S:t fot
thfr-Fulton, coup, there ihust be
some badly disappointed people in
the camp, of the man" from the city
by the sea, for not only did Fulton
not gain a let f votes, but .; he did
not gain one vote even." It fa prob
able, though, that Fulton did not
seriously int nd to make his sii-
preme effort today, or if he did .60.
intend, he abandoned the . intention
before the-arrival of the . hour . for
the joint session. ' : 1 ',
Salem, Or;,' Feb. .4. Two resolu
tions to amend the constitution
were turned down in the House to"
day. One failed to ; pass ; and "the
pother : wai indefinitely postponed.
A third resolution (S. J. R. 3) was
adopted, the purpose being to give
some enterprising citizen a chance
to test its validity by getting it in-,
1 to the courts and finally to the su
preme coart. - -r iv-r;.-.,. ;.
The first reslution turned down
was the cnange 01 time or- state . e
lections from June to November.
The. other was to authorize state In
stitutions at other : places io the
state-than at Salem. The two: res
olutions were adopted by the. legis
lature of 1901. The reason for the
adverse action today was. that the
resolutions were proposed when oth
er,amendments were pending. The
House took the position that such
actions is inhibited by the consti
tution by the clause: .. .
'.'While an amendment or amend
nifntsr which shall have beea agreed
upon- by one lggieLitiva. assembly
shall be awaiting -the. act'oa of a
legislative aseembly or of the elec
tors no additional amendment or
amendments shall be proposed."
Salem, Or.,- Feb. 4. The appro
priation bill for Indian War Veter
ans will M reported - adversely by
the ways and means committee of
the two houses. The committees
are eo completely ' unanimous that
there will be no midority ! report.
They will recommend, "probably to
morrow, that the $3co,ooo bill be
not passed. - -:y; -"
The committees are working on a
large number of claims which have
been presented against- th state.
Many claims have' arisen from the
depredations of Tracy and Merrill
last eummnr. f The joint commit
tee has as yet done little with the
esumates lor Btate institutions. V
r By joint rasolution of both bous
es the committees will have to pre
ssnt" appropriation bill to their re
spective chambers one week from
next Monday. The 40 days of the
regular ' session will end "Friday,
- - For Sale.
Household and kitchen furniture and
other articles too numerous to mention.
Call at residence near United ' Evangel
ical church". H. A. Wicks.
Jersey Milk Cow
- Fresh Christmas day, perfectly gentle
For sale by -. - --. - - . . . :
.v- '' :' James Herron,
'-..:'. " Brace. Benton Co
Referee's Sale of Real Property.
' On the 7th day of March. 190S, ar the hour ot
one eciocic jm.1 at tne iront aoorw : the uoart
house in Corvallis. Oregon, I will sell at public
auction to the highest bidder, lor Cash, the fol
lowing described real estate towlt: f Lota nos .
107 and 114 in block no. 25 in - the Oftyof ' Phllo;
math, enton County, Oregon.Said sale is made
under and in pursuance of an orderand decree
of the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, io
Benton County in the suit of George H Burtch, ,
et al Plaintiffs vs Jennie Churchill et al, De
fendants, a proceeding .tor the .partition and
sale ot real property. .
-i-n:; ..-"y- - - ', M. P BURNETT, " '
Beferee appointed by the , said , court to, sell
said Teal estate, '''',;::"
Notice of F'nal Settlement,-? :
In the Mitter of the Estate ot James Mirvitt
(Applewhite, deceased. ... ;; ' ,-
Aoiice is nereDy given mat i. m a wuson, as
adralnistratoiv. of ; said estate of James - Marv
in ipp'.ewliite, deceased, have filed my final ac
count as 8ncn aaministratar witn tne cierK ot
the County Court of Benton Couuty. State of Ore
gon,' and the said Court has fixed Saturday the
7tb day of March, 1903, at the hour of ne o'clock
in the afternoon of said day as the . time, and
the County Court room io the Court Bouse - In
Corvallis, Benton Couuty, Oregon, as the plooe
for hearing any and all objections to the said
final account and tor settlement thereof. ;
Dated this February 7, 1903, . ' . ...
E. E. WILSON.
- Administrator of the Estate of Jame a Marvin,
Applewhite, deceased. . ;
Administrator's Notlca to Creditors.'
Notice Is hereby given, that the undersigned
has been appointed administrator of the estate
of Kinman Vanderpool, deceased, and all .per
sons having claims against said estate are here
by required to present the same duly verified
as bv law required to me at Wells, Oregon, or
at the office of Yates & Yates, Corvallis, Oregon
wjthln six months from this date.
Dated at Corvallis, Oregon, this 7th day of
February, A D, 1903, .. .-
. . . ' - VlBGtL A. C ABTEB.
Administrator of the estate of Euunan Van
derpool, deceased . . :--'f .
. E. E. WILSON,
; .NOTARY -PUBLIC.
Officein iereKfBjtQdipgt CktmlKs. Or.
B. A. CATHEY, M. D.v
JPhysician and Surgeon, ,
Office, Koom 14," First National Bank
Bnilding, Corvallis, Or. Office Hours,
io to 13 a. m., 2 to 4 p, m.
Return of Miss
And Her Own Company. -
Monday The Deacon's. Daughter.
Tuesday In the Hands of the
Wednesday Held by the Enemy.
Thursday Nell Gwynn.
Saturday Matinee Among : the
Pines. y '
Saturday Night Blue Grass of
H. S. PERNOT,
Physician & Surgeon
Office over postoffice." Residence Cor,
Fifth and Jefferson streets Hours 10 to
12 a. m., L to 4 p. m. Orders may be
left at Graham & Wortham's drug store.
. ;j Executor's Notice-
In the County Court of the State of Oregon for
Benton County . --
In the matter of the Last Will and Testament
or C c. Vanderpool. deceased.
Nettce la hereby given, that David Vander
pool is the duly: appointed and acting executor
of the Last Will and testament of C. C, Vander
pool, deceased, and all persons - baring claims
against said estate are required to present toe
same with proper vouchers to me ' at Wells Sta
tion, Benton County, Oregon, or at the omceof
Yates & Yates, Attorneys, Corvallis, Oregon,
within six months from this date
Dated this January 13, 1903.
. ; DAVID VANDERPOOL,
' ' . - .- .-. Executor. -
' . Department of the Interior,
' - : United States Land Otliee.
- . - 1 Orcgou Oily Oregon ,
' - Nov. 7, 1902. '
A sufficient contest affidavit having been filed
In this office by O. W. tiigham, centestant,
against, homestead entry No 1277. made May 11
1900,. for Si of 8 W and . 8 ii 8E , BecUon 10
Township 12 S.Bange 7 v, by George H Jackson
Contestee, in which it is alleged that Contest
ant "knows the prefect condition of same;
also that said entrymen has never resided
upon or cultivated or improved said claim since
making entry or at all and that said alleged ab
sence from the said land was not due to his em
ployment in the Navy, Army, or Marine Co;ps,
of the United States as a private soldier, officer,
seaman, oj marine duriug the war with Spain
or during any other war in which the United
States may be engaged,' said parties.- are here
by notified to appear, respond and otter evi
dence touching said allegation at 10 a m oh
February 24th, 1903, before the Register and
Becelver at tbe United, States Land - Otliee in
Oiegon City, Oregon.
' The said contestant having, tn a proper affi.
davit, filed on Nov 7, 190 set forth facts which
show that after due diligence personal service
ol Ude notice can not be made, it is hereby or.
dered and directed that such notice be , given
by due and proper publication;
CHAS B. MOORE8.
- ' GEO w. B1BEE,
.. ' . Becelver.
Sammons- s ' . ..:
In the Circuit Court of the 'State of Oregon for
Bentt n county,
' A. E Laws, plaintiff versus- Saiah Stewart
defendant, ., - : ': .
To Sarah Stewart the above named defendant,
. Iu the name ot the State -of Oregon- You
are hereby required to appear and answer . the
complaint ot the above named plaintiff in .the
above entitled Conrr, now on file with the clerk
of said court within six weeks from the 17th of
January, 1903, the date of the first publication
ot this summons, and you are hereby notified
that It you fall to appear and, answer said com
plaint as hereby required, the - plaintiff willap-
ply to tbe court for the relief prayed foi hi said
complaint towit: The foreclosures! a certain
mortgage made and executed by Mary Maud
Hoffman through her duly authorized attorney
In fact, to plaintiff on the 13th day of April. lSba
to seeure the payment of a certiin promissory
note of Mary Maud Hoffman, for $91,46 payable
year after date, with Interest thereon at the rate
of ten per-eeht per annum; ' from date -and
which said mortgage conveyed - unto plaintiff
the following described re-1 property situated
in Benton County, Oregon: Lot number 4 In
Rio, k 23. original town of Corvallis. Oregon.
'And a further decree barring and- foreclosing
you, said Baran Stewart oi ana rrora su ngnt
title or interest iu or to said real property and
every part there iU. ' - - -
This summons is published by order of tbe
Hon. Virgil E. Watters, Judge of the County
Court ef the State of Oregon, made at Chambers
in Corvallis, Oregon, January 14th, 1903. The.
date ol the first publication of this summons is
January 17, 1903, and the last publication there
of Fcbruaiy 28, 1903.
WEA.THERFORD & WYATT,
f .,.'.:: ::.;.. . ; ...... YATES& VATES;
: . . Attorneys tor Plamtlfls. ,
. , Notice for Publication .
Timber Land, Act June 3, 1878.
TJnited States Land Office, Oregon City, Oregon,
Jany 12th, 1903. ...
: N otlce Is hereby given that in compliance with
the provisions of the act oi cengress of June 3,
1878, entitled "An act for the sale ol timber lands
In the states of California, Oregon, Nevada and
Washington Territory," as extended to all the
Public Land states by act of August 4, 18&2 r .-
. Adelbert D. Perkins, .
of Toledo, county of Benton, state of Oregon,
has this day filed In this offioa his- sworn state
ment No 6009 for the purchase of the of
NE! of Section So 28 In Township Nol? tt
Bange No T West, and will offer . proof to show
that the land sought Is more valuable . for r Its
timber or stone than for agricultural purposes
and to establish his claim to said lairu before
Victor P- Moses, Olerk of Benton County; . Ore
gon, Corvallis. Oregon, on . Wednesday, the 8th
day ol April, 1903 1 -.
He nnmes as witnesses:
John W Hyde of Philomath, Oregon.
Frank il rjpeneer " , ' '.
William Brazelton Of Toledo. Oregon, 1
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above described lands are requested to hie
their claims In this office on or before said 8th
day of AptU, 1003, .. -
CHAS. B. MOOBE3,
- - . ' .: Register,
Parties wishing to buy piano?,
call or address, R. M. Cramer of
Cramer Organ Factory.- ' -
You can save from $25 to $50 by
buying through him and thus save
the middleman's profit, and he has
all designs, and will order direct
for you and is permanently located
here. .: - : , , '
As I am acquainted with most
of the manufacturers, can furnish
nearly every make you wish.
Beware, of cheip inducements,
as there are many inferior grades
oat now. - v
MISS EDITH GIBSON
Late of New Englaod Conserva
tory of Music, Boston. Terms Rea- -sonable.
Residence corner of Tay
lor and Sixth streets, Corvallis, Or.
IVeivIy Furnished , :
First Class, :
Meals at all Iloiirs,
Oysters 4u Season.
Located in Hemphill Building, Cor
vallis, Oregon. .
CW. LEDERLET. .
. GOB VAIXIS OKEGOS. ,
' :. Responsibility 100,000.
k General Banking Business.
Exchange Issued payable at all finan
cial centers tn United States, Canada
and Europe... . : '.:
Portland, Seattle. Sari Francisco and
;l:v": :ew TorB;
Canadian Bank, or Commerce.
Chicago First National Bank -
Canada Canadian Bank of Commerce
Union Bank of Canada. . -
L. G . AtTMAN. M. D
. v Homeopatbist .
Offioe cor 3rd and Monroe eta. Best- '
: dence cor 3rd ; and Harrison ets.
Hours 10 to 12 A. M. 2 to 1 and 7 -
to 8 P. M. Sundays 9 to 10 A, M,
Phone residence 315.
1 DR- WV H- HOLT.
, . DIVMAUD MOLT.
; Osteopathic Physicians ;
Office on South Main St. '. Consul-"
tation ani examinations free.
" v Office hours: 8:3o to 11:45 a. m -1
to 5:45 p'. m. Phone 235. ,
g. b. farba;
physician; smftGEON obsteticiah
Residence In front ot court house facing 8rd
St. Office hours 8 to 9 a. m. 1 to 2 and J to 8;
COKVAtlis " 'rU ' . ..ci. ., OREGO ...
DR. C. Hi NEWTH,
Physician : & Surgeon
Philomath, Oregon. '
N E. Holgate
ATTORNEY AT LAW ' ' "
-; JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
" Stendgraphy and typewriting done.
Office ia Burnett brick Corvalli," Oreg
W. T. ROWLEY 31. D,
; Homeopathic Physician, --
yj . -. Surgeon and oculist
' Office Rooms! i Bank Bldg.
U Residence on 3rd et" between
Jackson & Monroe Corvallis, Or.
. i ' -' Kesfdenf Phone 811 t
Offloe hShii TO ih'Vi xm !i to 4 and 7 to?:30 pn.