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ALL PROPERTY OWNERS
PAY TAXES TWICE N
Riard of Health Appointed by
Governor Big Fire in Port
land The Swift Packing
House Other News.
Salem, Or., March 10. Taxpay
ere in Oregon will pay taxes twice
i.il904. They will pay the txes
1 Fitd upon the tax roll of 1903 and
stlEO the taxes levied upon the roll
.f 19 A. This is due to a chnge ii
toe law by which taxes are to te
pid io the fall of the same year
trtfl assessment is made.
TTndr the new la"v the coun'y
cnirts must maio tne annual tax
l.vy in September following the as
eifsment. In order that the county
courts may have information as to
the amount required, it is provided
that the s-ate board of apportion
i . . . i
ment hall make its tstimate of
' pxnenees in July, instead of
in Jmuarv." as at present. Cities
ud t-cbro! districts must notify the
county clerks of their annual tax
levies bv the first day of Septem-
ber, instead of by the nrst day or
February, as under t'ie eld, Uw.
'This gives the county court lull in?
formation of the levying of laxes at
the September term of court.
' All taxes are payable by the 31rt
day of Djcembpr of the same year,
section 81o6 of the code having
been arrse-ided so al to make that
provisioo. All taxes tot; paid by
the 31st day of D cem ber bt come
delinquent on that day; provided,
however, that if one-half of the tax
. . . -. e
es due on anv parcel ol land are
paid by the 31t of December, the
proptriy owner may have until the
following first Monday in April,
and if the remainder be not th- n
paid, it becooafs delinquent, and,
- besides the penalty, interest at the
rale of 12 per cent will ba charged
on such remeioder from the 3l st
' day of Die ruber. On all delinquent
taxes interest is to be charged at
the rate of 12 per cent per aonuc
from the date of the delinquency,
and if the taxes remain dflmquent
3o days, a penalty of five per cent
will be added. On all taxes paid
on or before the 31st day of Decern-
" ber, a rebate of 2 per cent will be
allowed. Under the present law
the rebate is 3 per ctnt.
Salem, March lo. Governor
Chamberlain has appointed the fol
lowing as a state : board of heolth,
under the new law pasted by : the
Dr. W. A. Cusick, of Salem.
Dr. A- C. Smith, of Portland.
Dr C. T, Smith, of Pendleton.
Dr. I,. G. Kinney, of Astoria.
Dr. K. B. Pickel of Medford.
Dr. Harry Lane, of Portland.
Eugene, Or., March lo. There
is a rush on at the sheriff's office
like that at the doors of a shaky
banking institution, only the rush
is to pay not to withdraw money.
Under the law a rebate of 3 per
cent is allowed for payment of tax
es before next Saturday night, and
most of the taxpayers of this coun
ty are sufficiently awake to secure
the benefits of tbe rebate. There
are five employes in the 6ffice to
wait upon tbe callers, and all are
kept busy. .If the rate keeps up
through 'the week there will be few
left against whom the county will
haye claim for taxes due.
Portland, March 10. The Victo
ria dock, valued, with its contents,
at $600,000, was burned this morn
ing. The residence of John L. Nel
son, costing $5.ooo, was burned,
with its contents. The Victoria
dock was fully insured, the policies
being in the firm of Huett & Co.
Th Nelson residence was insured
at half its value. '
This disastrous conflagration fol
lowed immediately after the fire
men had successfully' battled with
a fire some blockB distant, in which
property to the value , of $60,000
- was destroyed.
Earlier in the morning tbe resi
dence of William Faber, at the cor
ner of Eleventh and Market streets,
was destroyed. The loss was $lo,-
The Victoria dock is known to
have been fired by an incendiary. :
He was seen to run from the
premises shortly after the fire was
discovered. ? The other East Side
fire may also have been incendiary.
Portland, June 10. The worst
0rmtv.wBster Portland has felt for
many years struck the city early
, yesterday morning. By eleven o -clock
Monday night a strong gale
was blowing and this increased nn
n t 3 o'clock susts of nearly 60
miles an nour roared through the
s'reets and whipped the wa'er of
the Willamette into foam.
From all parts of the city come
reports of damage done by the hur
ricane. Jiilecinc wires quiumv Dif
fered from the force of the gal aud
during the arly morning houi 8
linemen from the various compan
ies were cafld iiti aciion as mes
sages of broken a.c lights and tang-
1 d ttl-fphone wires came in fioil
both sides of the river. When day
light arrived the full exteot of the
damage wt s be ter ascertained.
Telegraph polfs are down, trei s and
branches lumber yarda and eide
walse, while a number of large
panes of glass, on expieed poitions
of buildings, were blown in. Sev
eral houses in the ou skirts, under
course" of construction, buffered con
siderably by the pale, scaff ldings
being twUtd round and the build
ing" completely shaken up.
A skylight, 8x12 febt in a galvan
ized iron frame on the'roof of the
Newcastle building at Third and
HarrirOu streets wa torn from iis
fittings and bl wn 20 feet away
The skylight at the top of the
ligb'shaft in the Goodnough build
ing wnt down, with a crash about
2 o clock. :
P .rtland, Mrch 12. The Swift
Picking Company is ljokin? for a
packing boose site on the Pacific
Coast, and Portland is the first citv
to be vbi'ed and appears to sttnd
the best ctunce of t-ecuring the cov
eted prize. Lewis F. Swift, mem
ber of tbe great packing c mpany,
is in P .itlaud today snd : practical
lv admitted to a reporter for The
Journal that it was up to Portland
to rrake the best Bbowing possible,
as he would carefully inspect the
ei t;re situation in every section of
the Northwest. It was definitely
understood that no particular city
would be favored. It is purely a
but-iness proposition with the Swift
company, and they will locate
their plant where the bett induce
ments are offrre'd.
Seattle, Mirch 10. The grand
jury todav voted, to indict Myor
Thomas J. Humes, Chief of Police
John Sullivan and Walter S. Ful
ton, late prosecuting attorney , of
King "count. The charge is mal
feasance in office, basd primarily
on the opinion of the jurymen that
each neglected to enforce the .city
and state laws against' gambling;
Tbe vote was taken by the jury at
4 o'cli ck tbi afternoon and efforts
made to suppress the news pending
the nrenaration of the true bills
and the arrest of the accused. Prcs
ecuting Attorney Scott is instructed
to prepare tne lnaicimfutc, wuiwu
he will probably do tomorrow.
Tacoma. Wash , March 11. A
Dawson dispatch received here says
there is wild excitement in tne uo-
ner Yukon country over a new gold
strike, which promises, to throw the
far-famed Klondike in the shade.
The story is that on Duncan Orcek,
a tributary of Clear CreeK, in ine
Stewart river district, a pay streak
seven miles long has been found,
which pays floo per' day to the
man. Bedrock is eaid r to range
from 25 to loo feet deep, and the
whole range of the deposit has
been found by actual work to be
very rich. '
When the news first percolated
to tbe small settlements on the Up
ner Yukon the whole population
ntamneded en malse to the scene of
the strike, and as nothing haB since
been heard from them it has been
impossible to get further details.
The general impression in Daw
son is that the claims of the stam
peders are well founded, and that
the new Eldorado which has been
sought so long and so earnestly has
been found at last.
In corroboration of this; view it
in now recalled that at : intervals
during the past year or two a small
party of Swedes have been working
quietly in that part of the country,
whence comes the news of the new
find, and that they have, at times
unbared in Dawson with well fill
ed "Dokes." Their reticence at dif
ferent times aroused comment, but
all efforts to induce therh to reveal
their dace of operation failed, and
it is now thought that the secret
has at last leaked out, and that the
diggings where they secured the
Hnat ia the Mecca of the last batch
of stampederB. ; V
At King's Valley.
Mr. Lewis, of Airlie, bought beef
cattle of Frantz Brothers last week.
They were for the Independence
Joseph Creighton of Peedee, was
buried at the King's Valley ceme
tery last Thursday. ;
' A. C. Miller is also intending to
begin logging on the Rrice place
William Smith has moved op
t,he Luckiamute to work in Miller s
: Fy Simpson is. making prepara
tions to begia logging in a few days.
SWEARS SBE LIVES ELSEWHERE
AND ESCAPES BIG TAXba.
But Her 'Real Home is in New
York City Women Start a
, Newspaper Employes are
Fair Sex Except
New York, March 10.' Upon the
plea that her residence is in Sin
FraDCisco Mrs. Hermann Oelrichs
was relieved yesterday by the tax
cimmisioners of a persinal assess
ment of $1,000,000.
' Mrs. Olerichs is a sister of Mrs.
VV. K. Vanderbilt, j'. Her sis'er,
Mrs. Vanderbilt, and Alice G. Van
derbilt were the' only other women
in the millionaire clss on the tax
Although the Fair millions are
now in litigation, it was supposed
that M s. Olerichs would consent
to the assessment. She is supposed
to be worth several millions inde
pendent of whatever may come her
way after tbe courts decide how
the" fortune of the brother is to be
When a carriage drove up to ini
tax office yesterday thfre was the
usual flurry to preserve the secrecy
which has attended the aepanm ui.
Mrs. Oelrichs was met bv several
tiendants and usnerea into me 01-
fifi's of the commissioners.
TTof Tooiftonn was SUDDOgea IO
be at Fifth avenue and Kitty sev
enth street, but Mrp. Oelrichs in
sisted that this was only ner tem
porary abode. She asserted that
her legal residence was in Clifor
nia and on that account asked to
be relieved of making any payment
ThotT nhmmissioners asked if
she wouH consint to pay anything
Mrs. Oelrichs declined to pay any
thing, declaring that ber residence
was not in this city and that the
rnmiTiissioners had no right to as
sess her. Upon this statement she
was rtncil and was allowed to
TT I- O . U - .
take her usual form of oath cancel;
ling personal assessments.
Rneton: Mats . 'March 11. The
first newspaper, to be run entirely
hv women in the United States, and
tbe only one in tbe world outside
nf Paris, made it3 appearance in
Cambridge today. It i a weekly
sheet and is called the Cambridge
Press. The publisher and manag
ing editor, Miss Al:ce Spencer Ged
des, is a prominent young woman
of Cambridge, and for the last five
vpars she has edited the women s
department of the Chronicle. Miss
Rrainard is associate editor, and
Mrs. Estelle J. Norton the assistant
manuring fcditor. Every one on
the staff from the chief to the office
crirl ia of the centler sex, and in the
mnnhnmcai department au aro wu
m.n nrith the sinele exception of
the pressman. The paper starts
with a large subscription list, and
the promoters consider the outlook
Chicaeo. March 11.
ami dav banouet at tbe Auditorium
to be given by the Iroquois Club
on March 16. nromises to be a pota
ble one. The speakers who have
nnnaontWl to make addreeses in
clude: Edward M. Shepard, of
New Ydik; Senator Bailey ot lex
as; Congressman De Armond, of
Missouri; Joseph Harmon, of Cin
cinnati; Judge M. Dickinson, rep
resenting Tennessee, me native
state of . Andrew Jackson; Mayor
Harrison of Chicago; President ln-
ffalls. of the Biff Four Bailroad,
and candidate IOr mayor Ol vinciu-
. j o .,-.1 . A lunltnlov . fVia
nan, anu qbiuuci aiovuui. ,
democratic nominee for governor of
Illinois at the last election.
Letters regretting their inability
to be present have been received
from Richard Olney, David B. Hill
and .Henry Watterson. . Letters
also have been sent by ex- frestaent
Cleveland, General Nelson A. Miles
and Judge Lambert Tree, which
will be read at the dinner.
Cambridge. Mass., March 10.
George O. L. Perry, the negro lad
who was indicted for' the murders
of Miss Agnes McPhee, : of Somer
ville; and Miss Clara Morton, of
Waverly, made a confession when
hn realized that he could not live,
and now that he is dead Sheriff
Fairbairn has made public what he
said. On February 26 the sheriff
said to the prisoner: - ;
i. "Did you hit these girls, Miss
McPhee and Miss Morton?"
"Yes, sirf J-did." was the- reply.
"Did Mason have anything to
do with it?" V v , ;
- A negative shake of the head was
At this time Perry had just pass
ed through a stage of typhoid fever
and was very weak. 7 Mason, who
is referred to,, is ' the Boston man
who was once arrested on suspicion
of being ''Jack the slugger,", but
who afterward was discharged . in
'jobson as a doctor.
"Do you know what I am going to fetcli
home on my way from the oince this even
ing?" inquired Mr. Jobson of Mrs. Jobsn
at the breakfast table one morning about
fen days ago.
Mrs. Jobson had no idea, of course," and
said so. .
"I'm going to fetch home," said Mr. Job
son, oracularly, "about two pounds ot pow
dered sulphur and a jug of blackstrap mo
lasses of the old-fashioned kind."
"What for?" inquired Mr. Jobsori.
"What for?" repeated Mr. Jobscm, with
a surprised expression. snow, wnai aye
supposa powdered sulphur and molasses are
generally used for c ttnip tea? Mrs. Job
son, might I inquire whether you ever had
home as a young girl a real, sure-enough
home, presided over by a mother who
knew enough to repair to shelter when the
rain began? Is it possible that you never
heard of the combination of sulphur and
molasses for use as a blood-purifying
Oh, yes, Mrs. Jobaon had heard ot that.
"You fcave, eh ?" said Mr. Jobson. "Well,
what do you think of it am a spring medi
Mrs. Jobson reluctantly replied that she
thought it all right in some aspects,
"There are no Trots' about it," said Mr.
Jobson, in his most impressive judicial
tone. Sulphur and molasses make the
greatest spring medicine that ever came
over the huls. Ana thai s tne stun tnai
we're going to take every morning before
breakfast for a month or so. Just like ev
erybody else, we've been sitting around all
winter like hothouse plants, eating too
much, and not taking anything like enough
exercise. Toe result is that our blood s
all thickened and clogged up, and if we
don't take something to clarify our sys
tems we're liable to attacks of illness for
the rest of the year. Sulphur and mo
lasses is the thing,, and when we take it
right along for about a month we'll feel
like colts just .turned loose in a field of
.Mr. Jobson, having assumed his I-have-spoke
manner, Mrs. Jobson didn't make
any reply for the sake of peace, but it wns
obvious that she wasn't looking forward to
the sulphur and molasses scheme with any
great degree of equanimity. .-
Mr. Jobson was as good as his word, and
heme he brought that evening the package
of powdered sulphur and a huge jug of "
blaekstap molasses, for which he had to
search the town. After dinner he mixed
the great spring medicine in a large crock,
all the time conversing volubly on the won
ders wrought by the stuff on the human
frame if consistently adhered to.
,. "It won't do you any good if you only
take, it once in awhile," he explained.
"You've got to stay right with it every
day for a month or so to get any good out
of it It may not taste like pate de foie
gras, but that's only a detail. It's reachin',
so-to speak, and that's the main thing."
. When Mr. Jobson made his appearance
for -breakfast the next morning Mrs. Job
son was already presiding over the crock
of sulphur and molasses.
"Have you taken yours yet?" inqui.ed
Mr. Jobson. ' ' - '
"No," she answered. "I was waiting for
you to come down, so that we could, take
it at the same time. Ugh! It looks so
Msty!" . .. - .
Don't try to be quite so girly-girly, Mrs.
Jobson," said Mr. Jobson; sarcastically,
f Aire like that aren't exactly becoming in
a person of your years." ' .
Mrs. Jobson produced a couple of table
spoons and' handed one of them to Mr.
Jobson. But if she expected that he was
going . to be the first to go against the
spring medicine she was mistaken.- He
stood by in -an attitude of expectancy, and
so there was nothing for her to do but to
dip into the crock, delve up a spoonful of
the gritty mixture and swallow it. She
made an extremely wry face over it, but
said nothing. : "
Mr. Jobson then dipped into the mess,
bringing up a considerably smaller spoon
- ful than Mrs. Jobson had taken, and downed
it. His countenance looked mightily dis
torted by the time h had swallowed )he
stuff, and be spluttered emd coughed a lot
over it for some time. ,
"Do you like it aa well aa you did when
you were a young ose?" inquired Mrs. Job
son.' "It's great! " spluttered Mr. Jobaon, but
he didn't say it in a convincing way.' H
didn't have his usual appetite for - break
fast, and ha looked thoughtful throughout
- He wasn't feeling well, he said, whan he
returned home that evening, and he went
to bed early. When he made hia appear
ance in the dining-room for breakfast Mrs.
Jobson was again hovering over the sul
phur and molasses crock. Mr. Jobson didn't
go anywhere near it.
.. "Well, the spring medicine is stirred up
and waiting," said Mra. Jobson. Mr. Job
son pretended to be so interested in the
headlines of tbe morning paper that ha
didn't hear her. . ,
"Are you ready for the blood purifier?"
inquired Mrs. Jobson again, and again Mr.
Jobson pretended that he badn t heard.
Then Mrs. Jobson walked right over to
: i i. 'i i Ki..mnnj u;if ; . v..;
where he had plumped himself in a chair
and said: . -",v
"My dear, shall we take our sulphur and
v "Huh?" said Mr. Jobson, making believe
that he had just emerged from his trance.
"Our spring medicine, you .know," said
Mrs. Jobson. i
"Oh," said Mr Jobson, - sternly, "you
mean that beastly decoction that you forced
upon me yesterday morning, do you. ... No,
Mrs. Jobson, I, for one, am not n-o-t, not
.going to take it this morning or any other
morning. You can take all you want of it
gallons and hogsheads of it, if you choose
but if you think for an infinitesimal fraction
of time that you're going to bullyrag and
bulldoze and hector me into sozzling my sys
tem with a poisonous mess that makes me
feel as if I'd been living on poisoned snails
for a month, that causes me to wake up in
the morning with a taste in my mouth like a
motorman's giove, that puts every tooth
in my head on edge and that's liable to make
me break, out in boils and carbuncles until
I'd look like a twentieth century Job then
you're dreaming, Mrs.' Jobson, and it's
pretty near time for you to wake up." -'
The crock of sulphur and molasses went
into the garbage can by the time the slop
gentleman got (around that morning, ana
Mrs. Jobson never deposited anything in
that receptacle that did her so much good.
Washington Star. . ; ; .
'' r Slim CIuuMse tor MsCawtltr. .
? "I understand the doctor has just been to
tee your husband, Mrs. McCarthy," said Mr.
McCarthy's employer. 'Has he made a
diagnosis?". ; ' v
For a moment Mrs. McCarthy was sub
merged in a sea of doubt, but she rose tri
umphant.'" ..' ' :
"No. sorr," she said, confidently, ,"he left
it to me, him saying I was well able to do it,
tort. It's to be made wid linseed on a
shtout muslin, sorr." Youth's Companion..
Reduction In Water Bates.
We are proposing to reduce the rates
on water, and to arrange with nil con
sumers so that all mav be ' treated the
same. To do this we muet iDsist on all
bills being paid in advance or by the 10
of the :nonth as onr rales rnd regulations
ca'l for, aDd as all other cities require.
We have no desire to have any trouble
with any consumer, but to ' treat - all
alike. Our rules must be enforced. If
anything shoul l happen that the wntpr
ia not ueed after being paid for, the
money will be refunded.
Very Truly Yours,
Corvallis Witter Co.
Shropshire sheep and Poland China
hogs. Wanted to buy or take on shares,
ban o : j 1
Xi. Tj. Brooks.
On Jefferson street, a purse contain
ing small change and a thimble- Finder
please return same to Times office.
, Nut Butter
Is a very populir substitute for fat
and oil. At Zlerolf's.
Notice of Final Settlement.
In the matter of the estate ot Elda J. Elliott, de.
5fotlw'lliPJeby -vph that I, Ernest Elliott,
as adminlvtrat r with the will annexed of the
extnte 01 Elda J. Elliott, deceased, have filed
my flnnl account as such administrator with the
clerk of the countv court of Bonfcin county, state
of Oregon, and the sai.1 court ha fixed Mon
day the 6th day o' Apiil. 1103, at th hour of
2 o'clock in the afternoon'of paid dav a th
time, and the county court room in the court
house at Corvallis, Oregon, as the place for
hearing any and all objections to the said ac
count, and for settlement thereof .
i)ated'Ma,Ch6' 1903 EKNEST ELLIOTT.
Administrator with the will annexed of the es
, tate of Elda J. Elliott, deceased.
In the Cujcult Court of the State, of Oregon tor
Ben ton County.
Seth H Chllds. Plaintiff, vs B E Longbottom,
D D Longbottom, J J Longbottom A Boy, Same
Roy. Amanda M Longbottom, John Longbot
tom, Halite Longbottom, Defendants.
To B E Longbottom, J J Longbottom, A Koy,
o...i Bra, imnnrlw M Lonfirbottom , John
Longbottom, Hallie longbottom. Six of the de-
fendants above named:
In tne name of the State of Oregon, you are
hereby summoned and required to appear in the
above Court at the Court room thereof, in the
City of Corvallis. Benton County, State ot Ore
eon on or before Wednesday the 25th day of
March, 1903 lo answer to thePlalntlfTs Complaint
now on file In said Court in this suit and if you
fail so to appear and answer for want thereof
the Plaintlil will take a decree, of said Court for
tbe relief prayed for in said Complaint towlt:
That the Plaintiff is the owner in fee simple of
the following described premises towit-.
Beginning at the S E Corner of tno E Quar
ter of Section 2 being the S W Corner of Kobt
Grter's homestead Claim: and running thence
w xo rods; thence N 87 and A rods: taence E
80 rods . thence S 87 and K rods to the place of
K.,.(rr,inr- iso ft narrow strip land being a part
of Lot No 3 in said Sections and bounded as
follows: on the E by the fe E Quarter of tne N E
Quarter of 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 ttie land
of C C Chandler and being a part of said Lo 1 3,
heretofore sold to O C Chandler by K M Sella
save and except one-half acre of tne above des
cribed, glen for a cemetery and described as
fConTmenclng at the 8 E Corner, of the N E
Quarter of said Section 4. running thence N 22
?oo7: thence W 3 rods and 16 links, thence S
SUrods: thence!E 3 rods and 16 Unksto the place
of beginning containing half an acre, also ex -
CeBegning atW.nt where the E line of the
JaEdwardsnonLClNot No 7870 CI No 47
running thence East 61 degrees South I chain
and 64 links thence S 65 degrees W 2 chains to
AlseaBlver,: thence following said river to
wheie it Intersects said E line of said James
EdwardB land claims thence Nto th ) place ot be
ginning containing one-fourth acie more or less
fl?belng inSecUon2TlSB8W Will Mer In
Benton County, State of Oiegon. and decreeing
Siat vou have no right, claim title or interest of.
In orto the sameandaebarringlandienjoining you
from asserting any claim or Interest therein,
ir.mmSns is published by the order ot
Hon Virgil E Watters, Judge of the County
Court of the State of Oregon for Benton County
made on the 10th day ol February, W03. To be
published for six consecutive weeks andihe
date of the first publication thereof to be Feb
ruary 11, 1903.
W. 8. and J. N. McFaddeh,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
-.. Notice ot Final Settlement. ,
m tha matter ot the Estate of William Allen,
deceased. . . , .
. administratrix ot the estate ot William Mien
Sdimstralrlx with th! Clerk of the County
r nn.,ntr Urate Of Ore K Oil . ftllU
s kAirA A oH mV fit If. I fUttSOUUIt IB OUViU
d Cort hsTnrea' Monday W 6th day
a nrii. ina. at the hour of one o'clock in the
afternoon of said day as the time, and tne
zzX.-svi Ba tha nia0 fnr hARrincT anr ana
all objections w we biuu iwt
secuemenii werwi. - f
Dated thU March 7, 1903. .
' Administratrix of the estate of WlUlam Allen,
Notice ol Final Settlement.
v.tA i. h.mhtr dvAn that, the undersigned.
executrix of the estate of John Burnett, deceas-
i i nai .Mwnni In said estate in
f?..r.n,r!niirii of the State ot Oregon for
Benton County, and on Monday, April 6th, 1908,
at the hour of ten o'clock a m, at the Coun'y
ru..rf: Room in the Court House In CqrvaUis;
Benton County. Oregon, is the time and puce
fixed by the Court for hearing objections, if
inyTto&ald final account .and settlement
there!. Lartha Burnett,
Administrator's Notice to Creditors,.
Notice Is hereby given, that the undersigned
has been appointed administrator of the estate
of Klnman Vanderpool. deceased, and all per
sons having claims agaraai. roiu """"
tv required to present the same duly Joined
as bv law required to me at Wells, Oregon, or
at the office ot Yates & Yates, Corvallis, Oregon
within six months from this date..
Dated at Corvallis, Oregon, this 7th day of
February, AD. 1903, .
Admlnietratorof the estate of Klnman Van
derpool, deceased .
Notice for Publication.
United States Land Office, Oregon City, Oregon,
Janyiatn, iwra. ...
7i.t ,L rrimn th.tin vmnliftnce with
J.. JWX JO Utit UJ B..vu ... (,
the nrovlsions of the act ot cengress of June s,
1878, entitled "An act for the sale of timDer lanas
in the states 01 vwiiioruia, "uu, i..-
Washington Territory," as extended to all the
Public Land states by act ol August , 1892,
Adelbert D. Perkins,
of Toledo, county of Benton, state of Oregon,
has this day filed In this office his sworn state
ment No 600 for the purohene of the. . N yt ol
NE J of Section Ko 28 in Township No 12 8
Bange No 7 West, and will offer -proof to show
that the land sought Is more valuable lor Its
timber or stone than for agricultural purposes
and to establish his claim to said land before
Victor P- Moses, Olerk of Benton County, Ore
gon, Corvallis, Oregon, on Wednesday, the 8th
dav of April, 1903s - ,
J!e numes as witnesses :
ohn W Hyde ot Philomath, Oregon.
Frank M Spencer " '"
William Brazelton ot Toledo. Oregon,
nk..lu rum... t '
J Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above described lands are requested to file
thir niaims in this office on or before said 8ttt
dayof April, 1903. .
CHAS. B. MOOBE9,
A General Banking Business.
Exchange Issued payable at all flaan
o'il pootere la United States, Canada
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LONDON, ENG. London & San Francisco
- Bank Limited. ' ,
SEATTLE AND TACOMA London 6c San .
Francisco Bank Limited.
CORVALLIS & EASTERN
Time Card Number 2U
2 For Yaquina:
Train leaves Albany 12:45 P- m
' " Corvallis 2:00 p. m
" arrives Yaquina.. 6:25 p. m
, 'Leaves Yaquina 6:45 a. m
Leaves Corvallis 11:30 a. m
. Arrives Albany ...12:15 p. m
3 For Detroit: , .
' Leaves Albany 7:00 a.
Arrives Detroit 12:05 p.
4 from Detroit:
Leaves Detroit... 12:45 p.
Arrives Albany 5'.35P
Train No. 1 arrives in Albany in time
to connect with S P south bound train,
as well as giving two or three hours in
Albany before departure of S P north
Train So 2 connects with the S P trains
at Corvallis and Albany giving direct ser
vice to' Newport and adjacent beaches.
Train 3 for Detroit. Breitenbush and'
other mountain resorts leaves Albany at
7:00 a. m., reaching Detroit at noon, giv
ing ample time to reach th Springe the
same day. . .
For further information apply to
H. H. Cronise, Agent Corvallis. '
Thos. Cockrell. Agent Albany.
J. P. Iluflinan,
Office in Zlerolf Building. Hours
from 8 to 5. CXrvallla, Oregon.
L,. G. ALTMAN, M. D
Ilomeopathist ' r
Office cor 3rd and Monroe eta. Resi
dence cor 3rd and Harrison sts.
Hours 10 to 12 A. M. 2 to 4 and 7
to 8 P.M. Sundays 9 to 10 A, M.
Phone residence 315.
DR- W- H- HOLT.
DR- MAUD HOLT.
Office on South Main St. Consul
tation and examinations free.
Office hours: 8:3o to 11:45 a. m
1 to 5:45 d. m. Phone
G. II. FARRA,
PHYSICIAN. SCKOKON OBSTKTICIAJT
Bestdence tn front ot court honse taclng to
L Office hours S to a. m.l to sand T to 8.
DR. C. H. NEWTH,
Physician & Surgeon
ATTORNEY AT LAW
' JUSTICE OF THE PEACB
Stenourapliy and typewriting done..
Office in Burnett brick Corvallis, Oreg
W. T. Rowley, M. D.
Physician, Surgeon, Occulist
Oeficb Rooms i and 2, Bank Building.
KesidEncS On Third street, between
Tackson. - Res. telephone
number 6n, office 481. - f - .
Office Hours 10 to ia a m, a to 4 P m-
B. R. Bryson,
H. S. PERNOT,
Physician & urgeon
Office over poatoffic. Residence Cor
Fifth and Jefferson streets. Honrs 10 to
12 a. m.,1 to 4 P- m- Orders may be
left at Graham & Wortkam's drug store.
B. A. CATHEY, M. D
Physician arid Surgeon.
Office, Boom 14. First National Bank
Bnilding, Corvallis, Or. . Offics Hours,
10 to ia a. va., 2 to 4 P. m '