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BATS HIS SUPPORTERS WILL
-STAY WITH HIM TILL THERE
IS AN ELECTION.
I,yons in Custody Captured - by
Posse Near Creswell, Lane Co
untyMade no Resistance
Mansion for Oregon
Governors Other '
Portland, ; Feb, 9. "The men
who are voting for me are unani
mous in their determination to stay
with me tp the end. I shall cer
tainly be elected United States sen
ator, said Charles, W. Fulton this
morning to the Portland Journal.
"There is absolutely no warring
among my friends," - he - added,
"and there is not the slightest dan
ger that they will leave me Those
who are responsible for these ru
mors of disintegration among 'my
supporters know they are false and
the stories are started ' merely in
the hope of exciting uneasiness in
the minds of my friends. I shall
enrely win my fight," ; - ' '
It; csn be stated positively - that
Binger Hermann does not propose
to enter the senatorial fight so long
as Fu ton continues so decidedly ia
the lead, and this assurance has
materially strengthened the' posN
tion of the Catsop candidate. Her
mann's probable attitude has been
the tonic of much anxiou9 specula
tion, for it is well known that he
has wrra personal friends in each
factiou in the senatorial fight wh
would probably rally to his stand
aid if he should enter the lists.
With Hermann out of the rtvn-.
ring, the danger of defections from
Fultonjs materially lessened. From
the outset his greatest :-menace has
been the possible appearance of
some dark horse, strong enough to
draw votes from the otherv candi
dates. The situation is remarkable
in that with the exception of Jona
than Bourne, there is dgl prominent
republican in the state whose advent
in the contest has seemed to be se
riously feared by Fulton and bis
friends. It is extremely doubtful
whether Bourne's name will ever
be presented to the legislature, for
he will not become an avowed can
didate unless reasonably sure of
, Salem, Feb. 9. It is learned that
the ways and means committee is
favorably disposed toward Croisan's
senate bill, providing for the pur
chase of an executive mansion at
Salem. The bill provides for an
appropriation of $15,000 for the
purcnase 01 tne m. jn. uooue prop
erty.i on the northwest corner of
Court and Sumner streets; K This is
just across the street from the cap!
tol. ;It was erected by ex-State
Treasurer Cooke. The structure is
''built on a style appropriate for an
- executive mansion and of the be6t
- mat-rial in every instance. The
$15,000 price includes all the furn
ishings as it stands to dayrso-that
no further appropriation would be
necessary, ' - "
The idea of the promoters of .the
uuvcuicui is mail ine siaie snouiu
maintain an executive mansion. At.
present if the governor of another
s state or, the president of the United
- oiaies snouid visit Oregon he would
be takn to a hotel or some private
residence. No governor of Oregon
could afford oh. his salary to vmain-
tain an appropriate executive man-
sinn. . . - ;.' -, s-- -1
"The plan is that the state shall
purchase the mansion, keep it furn
ished Piid supply light, fuel, water
and telephone service, and have the
grounds cared for by the statehouse
jgardener.' Domestic service and
;all other maintenance would , be
! provided by the governor. - jj .',
Eugene, Feb." 9. Elliot Lyons,
" the murderer of Sheriff Withers,, is
now a prisoner in the county jail.
Lyons was capiurea oy a posse at
o'clock ; this morning, while at
tempting to board a freight ' train
near Creswell, eight miles south of
Eugene. -The outlaw had thrown
-away his guns, and was disguised
-as a tramp.
Lyons was taken by accident
more than by following up any
trace. Edgar Parsons met him this
morning in the road and recogniz
ed him. ;.; Being unarmed, Parsons
did not molest the fugitive, but pro1
ceeded to gather a numper of men,
among whom were ex-Sheriff No4
land, f 'Butch' Miller,: William Buoy
and three others. Following up the
track -r thev saw Lyons board a
freight train near the Morss House.
The oosse iumped the same train
oa-the opposite- side and the con
ductor stormed the train.' "As the
train stopped Lyons dismounted,
and had no more than done so when
several 011ns were leveled at him
with the command to throw - up.
The murderer. who made boasts
that be would not be taken alive for
horse stealing, acquiesced likea
weakling and made no attempt to
After the arrest was made the
posse telephoned the sheriff" here
and started for Eugene with their
prisoner.. Upon arrival here they
were met by Sheriff Fisk, and the
brisoner was hurried to a cell and
now awaits arraignment for his ter
rible crime. The trial will come up at
the March term of the circuit court
The public mind is now at ease
with the satisfying knowledge that
the murderer is safely lodged where
he will receive his just reward.
Lyons, when arrested, made no
resistance, as he was unarmed. He
made a statement " to his "captors
that he passed through Eugene last
night and that be slept in a pile of
railroad ties near Goshen, Not on
ly; did he p&bs through Eugene, but
he went to the house of a man nam
ed White, who takes' care !of hones
for Dr. Atwood, and changed ' his
clothing throughout. Ha was irl
town for about an hour, j He said
he did not want to shoot another
man, and was about Fexhaustfd
from his flight across the country
in the stormy weather. '. i
A large number of extra police
and deputy sheriffs are. now on du-'
ty for the purpose of preventing any
attempt to take the man irom jail
for summary exeoutioo.
February "? 8. A
charging Mrs. Ly
ons as an accessory to a felony
in hampering an officer in the dis
charge of his duty and aiding her
husband to escape had been , made
out against the defendant-previous
to the death of Withers.'! The'charge
since his death, will, in- all 'proba
bility be "murder in the second de
gree. - .-- -- -
As the prisoner sat in the justice
court a Kegister reporter had am
pie opportunity to observe her de
meanor. .She seemed to appreciate
keenly her position and frequently
gave way-to grief, Mrs. Lyons is
a tall, rather angular woman, aged
about 35 years. She ' was plainly
dressed and bears the appearance
of having toiled hard during her
"You are charged in this .. com
plaint," Justice Wintermeier was
speaking, "as accessory to a felony.
This complaint was drawn up pre
vious to Mr. Wither's death." Since
his death you will be charged with
a graver offense. I will now re
mand you to the custody of the of
ficer untiLMonday when you will
be arraigned on a 4 iff "rent charge, "j
As officer Smith advanced to the
prisoner she began V to weep and
plead. "For God's sake don't put
me in jail," she shrieked. She was
led off moaning and wringing her
hands and weeping. The prisoner
occupies the woman's cell in the
county jail. , t
' Just !; before his death, Sheriff
Withers stated ; in the "presence of
Dr. Paine, George Fishery and Geo.
Bowlsby that he had Lyons arrest
ed, that be had" his "Bands on him
when Lyon's : wife ' grabbed - him ;
(Withers) by the arms, - and that
Lyon's father and mother also in
terfered and Withers was shot jby
Lyons withoul expectingt.
Dr. .Pane said Withers never suf
fered any particular pain and that
he had died as he lived, a brave
man. ,.. , .
: --Washington,. Feb. .Senator
John Mitchell has-not mademateri-
terial progress this week, in - fact,
on Friday he bad , a serious set
back j but today Ts again on theTfcacT
to recovery" On Monday last the
senator left hi&room and took, din
ner in the hotel diriing robmr "'He'
also attempted to .look after some
of hTs official b'ueiness, "anrl t aVpar
ently overtaxed his strength, for,
except" for short periods," he has tiot
been "out of bed during the remaind
er of the week4 His long confine ,
ment in bedhas-;very greatly weak
ened his condition, and it is slowly
indeed thatiie reco vera his strength."
For the past week or more,: he .has
had practically no more stomach or
bowel trouble and suffers none ex
cept from confinement.
The senator's physician has" in
sisted all along that Senator Mitch
ell was steadily improving and' to
night told lhe Oregonian. .corres
pondent that the senator would ' be
out some time d uring - the coming
week. This is the eame. statement
he made a week c ago, and the week
preceding. " For all " that Senator
MitchelL does not appear to be gain
ing ' strength-' as . rapidly - as was
hoped. It is bis weakness that is
now his greatest ailment, and his
itslstance nipon work appears to re
tard his progress. T: ? .
St Paul; Feb. 7, Cole Younger
today -. eamplied -with the.-eondii
tion itnpo3edwit,bS lhe"' State Boaid
of Pardons, flliDg J with Governor
Van Sant a statement promising:
ilI will never exhibit myself or
allow myself to be exhibited in any
place of-amusement or assembly
where a charge is made.
BARKIS IS WILLING.
IF 8IGNS WERE RIGHT HER
MAN N WOULD RUN FOR SEN- "
7 ATOR OR CONGRESS.
Not yet Familiar with Situation, he
SaysLegislative . Matters at
Salemr To Repeal ' Negro ,
Suffrage Clause of Con- )
1 ' stitution. r: ; ; ::
Portland, Feb.' e.-Hon!- Binger
Hermann arrived in, Portland this
morning, direct from Washington
and is at the.Imperial,.::He. wilI re
main in. tho city a few days 4 before
going tp. ilia Mhome at i.Roaeburg,:
where he has decided to stay and
practice law, he eays. . His faimily
will not follow for a few ; days.t as
he desires to -have the : borne in
readiness for their reception on their
arrival.,-:- (:.-, -t
Several : pointed questions , were
put 10 xir nermann: ! Ari vou -a
candidate for United States Senator?
Do you consider y ourself the - dark
horse in the present struggle" : Are
you gomg . to ; run, for Congreis?
Why did yon resign your position
as United States Commissioner . of
the ... General sLend Office? Have
yoa anything to eay in . regard to
reports of frauds in Oregon .-timber
land etnries?,, etc,.:f ,1 -; - ;7,.
"I am not a dark horse as I have
not even looked up the situatibnj"
said he "as for. running for Congress
I am in, the.eatne position not hav
ing time to look about me. : ; r ,
;I resigned my position as Com
missioner, of the General Land of
fice purely of my .own volition, and
iri pursuance of ;a absolution formed
over a year ago. I t signed because
its duties were too arduous, having
accumulated over four times what
they were when I took the ' office
five years ago. ' At that" time' the
business.amounted te $2,000:000 a
a year: now it has increased to $9,
000,000. Secretary Hitchcock and
myself disagreed on legal matters
pertaining tQ the office, but that
had nothing to do with my resig
nation. "So far as the rencrts of
land frauds in Oregon is, concerned
it is easier to make charges than to
prove them. . Mr Waggoner, chief
clerk in the , Surveyor-General's
office in this state, resigned of, his
own free will, and there is nothing
against his administration of- the
feffairs of that office,- eo far as Tt
know. Ihave seen nothing of the
charges ; against Surveyor-General
Meldrum and dont think there will
be any charges. There wa8 more
in the papers out here in regard to
the matter than there was back in
Washiogton, and I "did not see
much of what was published here."
A number g of Mr.. Hermann's
friends kept crowding in on him as
he stood speaking in the hotel office
and some of them said: "We. are
not going to let you stay here in
Oregon, Mr Hermann; we need you
back there." lo this remark Mr
Hermann replied in terms of ap
preciation and thanked his well
wiebers heartily, t1
Salem, Or., Feb.Ci. Miles' bill,"
providing for the' improvement of
innavigable streams, for the float."
ing, transporting and the booming
of logs and timber, -and providing
for the condemnation of lands and
tbe granting of exclusive-rights un-.
der,the super vis'pp- of tleMJou-nty
courtj psissijE c.inel Hiuse', taVing
been made a special order of busi
ness. n 3 ff r'i y
A wI'b'etieve, eaW Mf Miles, "that
every man in the assembly should
vote-lorthis. Jain, farmers in the
neighborhood of logging camps re-
ceive a's much as in the open mark
et', tilt will . interest the laboring
men and the farmers, as well. It is
barely,' Bstbl&if j tbis bill passes
there will be tome litigation, so the
attorneyFcau" be interested. 'At' thfi
present tinoe there . is no law by
which people ,, can go on small
streams and. improve tbem for log-,
eins purnoses. We have a large
crop of timber at the headwaters 6f
every little stream in Oregon, and
we should make it possible, for peo
ple to go on to thes9 etreams and
bring out the logs We believe we
have 'guarded against 'speculators
who might attempt to secure pos
session of streams to sell ' at seme
future time;' " " '.
, Herinalin, of Coos, moved this
morning that when the House ad
journs after the. night, session this
evening it adjourn until 11:30 o'
clock, Monday; morning; .On the
vote there was some' question, and
the speaker 'announced he was in
doubt. A rising vote was called for
and 38 voted, in favor of the motion
iaadjanirx oyer Satniday. ; d
bfiBBtorunt s. jointiesoiuUon
to repealthat-sectrorrif the-Gonsti:i
tution which provides that the ne
gro shall not vote, received favora
ble report at the bands of the com
mittee.. On the vote Humes of Coos
land Curry, and'Cornett of Linn,
were the only ones to vote .against
bringing such an amendment be
fore the people for a vote. .
The house this, morning , turned
down Senator Pierce'? joint resolu
sion for an amendment to the Con
stitution co that the - terms of all
county officers would . be extended
from two to four .years. ": The com
mittee on , resolutiods reported un
favorably, Davey , stati ng that v the
majority of the committee ; was op
posed to a change in the term of
office. On the vote only five were
recorded in favor of it.
ilale's resolution tnat tne com
mittee appointed under " joint reso
lution to investigate the transaC'
tidns of the state school fund " com
mission and the state land ' agent,
be used to call before' them any wit
ness they might desire, was . read
and passed. " ; " :
A resolution tor the appointment
of joint committee of two' to investi
gate theacconnts ot tne inorence
Crittenden ' Home was received 'and
passed." Kay,' of Marion, was ap
pointed on the committee by the
Hodson, of Multnomab, introduc ,
ed a bill providing . that the door
keeper should keep without the bar
all except those state officials and
others to whom . the courtesies of
the' House have been extended . The
resolution was referred.' Mr. Hod
son states that persons having no
business within the Bar have been
allowed inside and that they have
caus9d considerable annoyance. ; "
Carnahan's resolution to author-'
ize the state treasurer and ( secreta
ry of state to credit certain counties
with taxes was called up and passed
Eddy explained the supreme court
had, held that the counties had col-,
lected taxes they had no right to
cullectand this credit ought to be
given. ' ... ' . '
, ' Washington, Feb. 7. If satisfac
tory laws against ' trusts, are .'not
passed at tbe, session of Congress,
President Roosevelt will call an.ex
tra session on March 5. . He . has
made this positive" anhouE cement.
His" determination is increased
by efforts of John D Rockefeller to
defeat any such legislation.
Rockefeller telegraphed to at least
six Senators, saying:
: "We are opposed to every anti
trustlegislation. Our counsel Mr,
will see you. It must be stopped.
When the counsel called on the
senators be got a curt reception,
and left in a hurry. ,
The Standard Oil Company has
been particularly busy in opposing
the publicity features of antitrust
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 geDtle
For sale by
1; James Herron, ..
Bruce, Benton Co
f. Notice is hereby given "that the Coun
ty Superintendent.of Benton county will
hold the regular examination of appli
cants tor State and county papers at Cor
vallis, Oregon as follows; .
i "' For .-State Papers. ,..
Wednesday, February. 11, 'at nine o'clock
a.m. and continiiing. until. Satnrday,
"-' February 14, fat four o'clock p. m. '
Wednesday1' Penmanship, history, spel
i line' algebra,: readine. school law. i
Thursday Written arithmetic, theory of
teacning, grammar,. , uotiKKeeping,
r physics,! civil' government.'' ' '
Friday Physiology , geography, me"ntal
arithmetic,- ; composition, physical
geography.. .,.-,' -.- ,
SaturdayBotany, plane geometry, gen
" ;eral historyj Eiglish literature;, psy-
chology. ' .iwiLi.-i-' .:-;
, ;v; FoisC6unty Papers. io.ioJ.'o.'
Wednesday, February -11 at nine o'clock
; a. m and -continuing .cntil Friday,-
Feb. 13, at four o'clock p. m.j.Fyrst,-Second-&
Third grade Certificates., -f.
Wednesday Penmanship,' history, or
thography, 'reading. "
Thursday Written : arithnfeticf theory
of teaching,' grammar, school law.
Friday Geography, mental arithmetic,
, physiology, civil go veraient. .
y. ; ' . . " -Primary Certificates. '; l ' , , '.
Wednesday Penmanship, orthography,
- reading arithmetic. ' i -- -Thursday
Art of questioning,' theory
teaching, -methods, physiology; ii
'Dated this 31st day of January, 1903. -r '
-, . , G. W.-DENMAN, "
Z Y'-" ' - .". " " County School Supt.
I Q H. s. peknot,; ,;.v
Physician & Surgeon
.. .,,:', ! ; ' - y '.
' Office over' pbstoffice. ' Residence Cor.
Fifth and Jefferson streets. - Hours "10 to
12 a. in.,' 1 to 4 p. m. ! Orders may be
left at Graham & Wortaam's'drug store.
E. E. TVIL.SON,
; ATTORNEY 'AT ..LAW.
, ;ilJOTAB.3PTIBLlC. ' :
Ofificeia" ZiemlfiBuildingrCorvallis. Or.
B. A. OATHEY, M. D.V
, : Physician and Surgeon.-
' Office, Room 14, First "National Bank
Bnilding, Corvallis, Or. Office Hours,
10 to 12 a, m., 2 to 4 p, in. ;. . ..
- Washington,""- Feb;" 2.-' It -; waB
brought out in the House today
that this country is" prepared for an
unwiehed-for emergency, 6uch as
the Venezuelan situation' may lead
to, as it has never been prepared
beforj. - "'.' ' "'
Should the tripartite alliance in
sist on throwing down the gauntlet
to the United States and trampling
on the Monroe doctrine, there would
be immediately available for milita
ry duty, although not organized,
10,853.39'6 men. This number is
greater than the' combined organ
ized torces 01 Europe.
Military experts say that Amer
ican recruits could now be drilled
iuto a "state of efficiency" in mush
quicker time than during the Span
ish war, and the allies' army would
be no match for them and the reg
ulars of the militia. - ; ... .,
; The facts regarding the nation's
wat' footing were 1 revealed in a re
port transmitted ta the" House to
day by Adjutant-General Corbin,
as requested. The general reported
hat, besides the '10.853,396 nnrtr
ganlzed men available,' there are
118, 259 state militiamen - in the
' No activity like: that of the pres
ent has been, saen at the navy
yards and arsenal? since the Span
ish war. - Already night forces have
been put to; work preparing vessels
and guns and ordnance for immedi
ate service.' ' - ':
, ; Telegraphic inquiries are being
sent in ail directions to learn ex
actly what the efficiency of the force
is. 'v '
Ia the Circuit Court of tho State of Oreeon for
Benton Countv. .
Seth H Childs. Plaintiff, " vs B E Longbottom,
D D Longbottom, J S Lonebottom A Boy, Sadie
Hoy, Amanda H Longbottom, John Longbot
tom," Hallle Longboitom, Defendants.
To B E Longbottom. J .1 Longbottom, A Bot,
Sadie Boy, Amanda -M Longbottom, John '
Longbottom, Halue longbottom. Six ot tho de
fendants above named:
' In tne name of the State 01 Oregon, you re
hereby summoned and required to appear in the
above Court at the Court, room thereof, in the
City of Corvallis, Benton Countv, State of Ore
gon on or before Wednesday the 25th dav of
March, 1903 to answer to thePlalnUfTs Complaint
uonr.on file in ald Court in this suit and if you
fail bo to appear and answer for want thereof
tbe Plaintiff will take a decree -of said-Court for
the relief prayed for In said Complaint to wit;
That the Plaintiff Is the owner in fee simple of
the following described premises towlt:
. .Beginning at tne a a uorneroi tne J Quar
ter of Section 2 being the S W Corner of tlobt
Grier's homestead Claim; and running 'thence
W SO rods; thence X 87 and rods; tnence E
80 rods . thence S 87 and X rods to the place of
beginning: also a narrow strip land being a part
of Lot No 3 In said Sections and bounded as
follows: on the E by the S E Quarter of the N E
Quarter ot said Section 2 and on the 8 by the
land of William A Slate and on the W by the
land of said Slate and on the north by the land
of C C Chandler and being a part of said Lo 1 3,
heretofore sold to C O Chandler by - F M Setts
save and excapt one-half acre of tne above des
cribed, given for a cemetery and described as
Commencing at the S E Corner, of the N E
Quarter of said Section 2. running thence N 22
rods: thence W 3 rods and v 16 links, thence S
'22 rods: thence!E 3 roda'anS 16 llnksto the place
of beginning containing half an acre, also ex
cept tne following.
Beginning at a point where the E . line of the
James Edwards Don L 01 Not No 7870 CI No 47
running thence Eat GI degrees South I ckain
and 64 links thence S 65 degrees W 2 chains to
Alsea Elver, : thence following said . river to
where it Intersects said E line of said Jmnes
Edwards land claims thence Nto the place of be
ginning containing one-fourth acre more or less
all being in Section 2T148B S W Wilt Mer In
Benton County, State of Ojegoo, and decreeing
that you Bave no riant, claim title or interest of.
In orto the sameandoeburringlandjenjoiuiug you
lrom asserting any claim or interest therein,
This summons Is published by the -ordeot
Hon yirpil E Watters, Judge of ; the County-
Court of lhe state of Oregon for Benton County
ma.de on the 10th day of February, 1903,' "So be
published for six consecutive weeks, and the
date of tbe first publisution thereof to be Feb
ruary 11 . 1&03.
W.S. andJ-. N. McFaddek,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
In the Circuit Court of the State ofOrefionfor
Bentt n ooanty, -
A E Laws, plaintiff versus Sarah Stewart
- To Sarah Stewart the above named defendant,
' In the name ol the State of Oregon- You
are hereby required to appear and answer the
complaint of the above warned plaintiff in the
above entitled Court, now on file with- the clerk
of said Court within six weeks from the ltth of
January, 1903, the date of the first publication
of this sommone, and - you are. hereby. noUned
that if you fail to appear and answer said com
plaint as hereby required, the plaintiff) will ap
ply to the. court for the relief prayed foi hi said
complaint towlt: The foreclosure ot a certain
mortgage made and executed, .by -Mary Maud
Hoffman through her- duly authorized attorney
in fact, t plaintiff on the 13th day el April. 18f5
to seeure the payment of a certain t promissory
note of Stacy Hand Hoffman, Joe till, 49. payable -year
after date, with Interest thereon at the rate
6f ten per eent per annum, from - date and -which
said mortgage couyeyed- unte, . plaintiff
the following described real property situated
In Benton County, Oregon : : Lot number 4 in
Block. 23, original town, of Corvallis, 1 Oregon.
And a further decree barring and- foreclosing
you, said Sarah Stewart of and' from . all right
title or interest In or to said. real, property and
everv part there if. '
This summons Is published by order t. the
Hon. Virgil E. Watters, Judge ot -the , County
Court of the State of Oregon, made at Chambers
in Corvallis, Oregon,: January . 14th, 19t 'The
date ol the first publication of this summons is
January 17, 19031 aud the last publication there
of February 23, 1903.
. WEATHEBFOED.& WTATT,
" ' ,-:':'"''.; Attorneys tor Plain tiffs.
Z Notice tor Publication - -
' Timber Land, Act June-a, 1878. ' '
TJnited States Land Office, Oregon City, Oregon,
Jany J2th,- 1903. '
N otice is hereby given that in compliance with
the provisions of the act of cengress of June a,
1878, entitled "An actf or the sale ot timber lands
In the states of California, Oregon, Nevada and
Washington Territory," as extended to all the
Public Land states by act ot August 4, 1892, -
) ' : Adelbert D. Perkins, '
of Toledo, county of Benton, state, of Oregon,
has this day filed in this office his sworn state
ment No 6009 tor the purohsse of the N?i of
NE i of Section No 28 in Township . No 12 S
Bange No 7 West, and will offer- proor to show
that the land sought is more valuable - for its
timber or ttone than for 'agricultural purposes
and to establish his claim to said land before
Victor P. Moses, Olerk of Benton - County, -Oregon,
Corvallis, Oregon, on Wednesday, the 8th
day of April, 1903 -.
. He numes as witnesses :
: John W Hyde of Pnilomath, Oregon.
Frank M spencer ...
William Brazelton of Toledo. Oregon,
. Charles Kreger "
' Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above described lands are requested to file
their claims in this otfioe on or before said 8th
day of April, 1903.
' , CHAS. B. STOORES, .
, - . : Begister,
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powdel
swarded uold Medal Midwinter Fair. in Franciacak .
' Parties wishing to buy pianos,
call or address, R. M. Cramer of
f r' . ' n ' . . -
wiaiiici vrgan raciory.-
You can save from $25 to $50 by
buying through him and thus save
the middleman's profii, and he has
an ucsigns, ana win . oraer airect
for you and is permanently located
'here. - '' - "''-; -; : -:; 'i-'''''(:
As I am acquainted with most
of the manufacturers, can furnish
nearly every make you wish; -;.!
Beware of cheap inducements,
as there are many inferior graded
out now. V.-ri''' -
MISS EDITH GIBSON,
Late of New England Conserva
tory of Music, Boston. Terms Rea
sonable. Residence corner of Tay
lor and Sixth streets, Corvallis, Of.
First Class - :
Meals at all Hours,
Oysters in Season. :
Located in Hemphill Building, Cor
. vallis, Oregon.
C. W, LEDERLE.
Willamette Vallej -Banking
GOB VALLIS OREGON.
A General Banking Business
Exchange issued payable at all finan
cial centers In United States, Canada,
PORTLAND-London & San FranciHCoBanbi
Limited Canadian Bank of Commerce.
SAN FRANCISCO London & San Francis
co Bank Limited.
NEW YQttlvMessrs. J. P. Morgan & Co. . .
CHICAGO First National Bank.
LONDON, ENG.-London & San Francisco
SEATTLE AND TAG OMA London & San,
Francises Bank Limited.
L. G. ALTMAN M. B
"' " M&meopathist
Office cor 3cd and Monroe ets. Reel,
dencecor 3rd and Harrison sts.
Hours 1& to 12 A. M. 2 to 4 and 7
to 8 P. M. Sundays 9 to 10 A. M, !
Phone residence 315.
DR- WV H- 'HOLT. .
DR MAUD HOLT ,, - . .
; O&beopathic Fhyskians :
Office on South Main St. Consul
tation and examinations free.
; Office hours: 8:3o to 11:45 a. m
l.to&:45 p. m:;. Phone 235. U '
; G. It. FARRA, V ":i : r:
PH75TSIC1AN, SCBGF.ON OBSTKXICIAIT
-'. i . .,?.. , - -
- Kesidance in front of court boose lacing; 8rd
Bt. Office hours 8 to a. m. l to a and T to 8;
DR. C. H. NEWTH, ;;
Pliysiciaii & Surgeon
Philomath, -Oregon. -7-j j. ...
ATTORNEY AT LAW -.;
JUSTICE OF. THE PEACE -
" Stenography and ; typewriting done.
Office in' Burnett brick Corvallis,. Oreg'
W. T. ROWLEY JVl. I),
Homeopathic Physician, :.
Surgeon and oculist
Office Rooms 12 Bank Bldg.:
Residence on 3rd et between
Jackson & Monroe, Corvallis, Or.
- Resident Phone 311 : ti ':
Office hours 10 to 12 a m, 2 to. 4 and 7 to 7 ;80 j at
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