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NOTED INDIAN CHIEF '; AND
HIS BRAVES BECOME "
Collapse of a Portion of Morrison
Street Bridge in Portland
Many Are Injured and
: Several Diad Other
i- ' News.
i Guthrie, Okla.i July '25. Tbe
aged Geronimo and a dozen of hie
Apacbe warriors were' baptized last
Sunday before a large crowd of In
dians and whites. The ceremony
was performed by a Methodist cler-
' gymeu. . .: . -
. , With the Comanches sitting , on
one side of the tabernacle and the
Apaches on, the - other, each tribe
with its interpreter standing io .the
foreground repeating the words of
the white preacher, the minister
etaoa and sold the story pt ' oanst
who died for the sins of thefull aod
free : salvation and - pass through
death to the real Happy 'Hunting
Grounds. At the close of the ser
mon the minister "opened the doars
of the church," and Gerbninuo and
12 of his warriors, prisoners of war
at Fort , Sill, went for ward v and
through their interpreters told .-of
their 'Joye; for" the Whit? .man's
Christ, an cl asked to be received in
to his church, in order tnathenoe
fdrward they might travel th.8 "Je
sus road." ." . ' . - - -.
lla , the afternoon the baptismal
ceremony took : place.. The minis
ter sprinkled 'the clear water over
the aged chiefs head, repeating the
well-known words: "In the name
of the Father, the Son and the Holy
Ghost, Amen" and Geronimo be-
taujo at lucnuuuioii
Geronimo and two hundred of his
warriors, captured twenty years
ago by; I General Miles and Gen
eral Lawton, are still retained
as prisoners of war at Fort Sill.
Geronimo was : considered the most
blood-thirsty Indian of his tim. ,
Portland, August the Seven
tons weightof bhriekingrhumajnity
dropped from the eastern end of the
Morrison-street bridge into the Wil
lamette, a t v fi ve ' minutes " be foreT' 3
o'clock yesterday afternoon.
' Two persons and it is feared, sev
eral others, were drowried.'Tt least
50 wtre more or less injured, '& few
perhaps fatally. U vv Ji . ,
Without warning a -rottpn " 5x12
inch' timber broke short off at the
point where the bridge walk adjoins
the roadway. It was the central
support of 40 feet of the. walk on
which were crowded fully ;;1 40 ..pea-,
pie, largt-ly women' and children;
lbejbreak occurred, on ' the south
side of the bridge, opposite the Port
land Rawing Clubhouse. -
A great throng had assembled to
see "Professor" Lutz, tbe "armless
wonder," swim the river from Kel
loze'a boathouse to the Rowing
Club's float. From end to end the
iYLorridon-street bridge was crowded
with jBp ctators. As the. swimmer
neared his destination, surrounded
by a fleet of launches and row boats
the crowd naturally surged toward
the eastern end of the bridge to see
the finish;?! No 'such numbers were
assembled, however, as to cause
danger, had the bridge been sound.
Lutz was about 60 feet from the
fioatj'swimmiDg asilv in the midst
of the swarm cf small craft. The
antics of four sportive Italians in a
skiff had diverted the attention of
the crowd. This joyous quartet had
just given a burlesque exhibition of
a rowboat upsetting, in front of the
boat . house, when a scream was
heard from the bridge. j
An Qrrg mian reporter on the ve
randah of the boathouse turned in
time to have a full view of: the ca
tastrophe, not 40 feet away. The
people seemed to drop m - lump, as
a load of coal is dumped into a cel
lar. The fall from the top of the
walk to the surface of the water was
about 20 feet. It was broken by
two ecows, or small, floating boat
houses, directly underneath. With
a fearful crash the section "of walk
and its screaming, scrambling load
of men, women and children,
smashed through the roof of these.
The walk seemed to fall squarely,
thus preventing people from ; being
crushed underneath. A few people
slipped off the western end of the
fallen walk into the river, but were
quickly dragged out. A lot . more
were tumbled in a heap on top of
the debris aboard both floats, put
fully one-third plunged .. in a bunch
between the floats,' which were sep
arated by about five feet of water.
That so many people could have
fallen into such a space without
slunning or - thrusting a number of
those underneath deep into tbe wa
ter, so that in rising they would be
caught under the floats, seemed in
credible, though for a time is was
thought no one was drowned.The
river here is about 20 feat deep. ' A
person thrust tinder-water at rBrj
angle rawly rises 'short of a few
feet from tbe spot of his going down,
At this place two or three feet eith?
erway would mean drowning, for.
the-victim would be held under by
In the fall 140 people were pre
cipitated, eome of them in'o the riv
er. " Two are dead as a result, as
follows: Miss Lottie Cameron, aged
16, drowned; Eddie Shank, aged 13,
drowned. The list of injured num
bers nearly 100, some ot them Beri-
OUsly. , ,- - - ' . ..rr f
It Happened at Newport Corvallis.;
':'.; - ites Were There, i
; ,- A very enjoyable OAC reunion
was held Wednesday , evening" at
the home of the Misses btimpson.
The house was very tastefully
decorated with the college colors
and flowers. Ping Pong, cards,
and taffy pulling, , interspersed
with Prof. : Honor's graphaphone.
were greatly enjoved by. alL
Those present were,' "Misses Ma
mie and Edna Hibb9, Gaston j Mel
vena and Mary Elgin, -Ethel. Lin-'
ville, Bessie Yates,. Vera and Pearl
Horner; Bert Yates,, Ben- Elgin,
Fred F shef. A. G. Bouquet, Prof.:,
and Mrs, Horner, Mrs. Pernot,
Corvallis; Tom Williams of Eu-ii
gene; Mrs. Harvey E. Loonsbury,
Portland; MiBses Hettie and Mae.
St'mpson, Newport. ; o v
AFRAID TO AD
- V12UTISE. '
A Noted,, Doctor Who . Will Noti
V Hide His Light.. , .
(Albany Herald, June 26.)
' Dr. Darrin has been at the Revere
hous9 for the past two months as a
specialist. .During his visit here
the doctor has been the most talked
of professional man whoever visit
ed our city. ! Tiris has been' largely
thetresult of th e. fact that, while he
is a regular physician, and. a grad
uate of the most , reputable. EQhoqls,
he has dropped that of professional
ethics which dictate that' a "regular,
phys'cian sball not advertise his
skill to the world, and thus give
the masses ah' opportunity " to get
the benefit of his superior ability.
There seems to be more and more
ptfofesiSp daPmen in this " ehirghteh"
edjageho refuse to bide thejr light
under a' bushel, all on account of a
false idea? tha t If they make their
talents known to the world by use
of printers ink - they must lose their
standing in their chosen profession.
Dr. Darrin is a good example,, of
what .a frte if. thiDkinj independent.
American j. citizen can U do
if he will not' be a slave to a code
of ethics that is largely dictated
by narrow selfishness,-. He has ad
vertised his- skilL for years, after
haying. had extensive practice in
New Yorkr Londonr- Paris and oth
er metropolitan centers,' and it is no
secret that he has made money very
freely." This need not argue that
he has not given -value received, as4
iar as it canoe a one oy any saiuea
physician. "This-1 rnoney, "which: is
the result of his skill in medicine
as well as advertising, he turns to
good uses., "t i c..i;i;'' v
He spends -fortunes in travel,
having made the tour of the world,
and visited all the countries of in
terest oh the trap. This travel has
probably enabled him to leaf n much
in a professional way, but at all e
vents he has had the enjoymeDt of
it, and paid for , it- withrbis own
money. ' .
During his stay in Salem an'd Al
bany he has effected many cures, or
at least the voluntary statement of
his patients published in all the
papers so indicate. These persons
are known to the public, ' and the
fact that their statements are pub
lished in the papers gives an oppor
tunity to investigate the cases for
themselves. One case where a
young man states that his hearing
has been restored from deafness, af
ter having spent hundreds of dol
lars with regular professional spe
cialists in -that line, o'ught to ' com
mand the attention of the public and
it is such facts as these that make
it possible lor Dr. Darrin to have
the large practice that he does. Is
it wrong to advertise such results,
and give others similarly situated
to get like benefit? r When this
question is honestly answered it
must be admitted that Buch work
is not only legitimate,, but of the
highest character. It is useless for
so called regular doctors to cry
down such wo) k or . try to legislate
such men out of a profession, and
every attempt at the latter will on
ly result in failure. The truth is
the public needs the best skill that ,
all the- doctors can muster, -and
ought not to be deprived of it by a
silly code of ethics. v -.
For the best coffee in Corvallis call on
P. M. Zierolf. ' " ' 1 T"
JUMPED . HIS DEBTS
WAN TED FOR CROOKED
1 TRANSACTIONS. "
Halsey Burned Flames Destroyed
Large Part.of the Town -Kau-,-.
. pisch v Creamery . Among . : y
- The Losses.
Independepce Or,., ; July. 26.
A warrant is out for the arrest of
the Rev. Guy Howard Osborne, a
Methodist minister, who has ..been
supplying the Independence and
Buena Vista churchesi"; He ,'is
charged with. - selling i . property,
which he had previously mortgag
ed, and is alsoacgused of -converting
tq his own use -moneys, with
which he was entrusted to pay debts
of the Methodist church at .Buena
vista:" '.: :r. :.';',;;,; ..r-
Constable Moran went to Port
land .in search of Ooboroe and
learned that he had gone to Cali
rornia, wherehe is preparing in "a
theorogical S jmihary ; to enter ; the
Unitarian ministry. No steps to
ward bringing him back have yet
been taken. Oaboroe is indebted in
various sums . to . many . persons
who-e full confidence he possesses.
The Rev Mr Osborne is. a native
of England and came to . America
from Canada. He is highly edu
cated. He was pastor of a Portland
church and was later appointed to
the work in this district. In . this
city Osborne borrowed money on
his horse, carriage, harness and
stereopticori. giving chattel .mort
gages. Thess effects, except "the'
stereopticon, he sold and "then lelt
town. He is married.
Albany,. -Or., , July $r. Halsey
wae almost entirely destroyed ; last
evening ; by ,the largest and -moEt
destructive fire . in - the history , of
Linn County; , Almost ..the. whole
business ; portion ; of the town was
desolated, only two business houses
remaining. One private dwelling
was consumed. " Scarcely" any of
the goods were saved from any of
the buildings.- One man was slight
ly injured. The Albany fire de
partment and.yplunteersvwenttQ the
Ecene of the conflagration and did
efficient work. The total loss was
i about $7o,ooo, only a part of which
was covered by insurance. f
1 The fire was .discovered at 5:3o
P.lM. MXqq cause is not known,
but was first seen in the roof of the
creamery in the northern part of
the town, owned by Mr. Kaupikh,
of Corvallis. From there if spread
to-the warehouse of Guilifofd,
which contained -ahout 5o tons of
new-crop hay. By' dint of' hard
work-a large warehouse"oned by
M. V. Koontz, was saved and the
fire, jumped to a laree oat ware
house also owned by M. V. Koontz
which stood just south of the one
still standing. From there it jump
ed across the street to the Oddfel
Iow' hall, which also contained the
stort' of D. S. McWilliams, general
mer rbandise .t T
IJv toqkout tbenpbole block of
smaller, stores immediately adjoin
ing this building on tbe north. Ooe
-of tbe' marvels of .tberday; is ;."thfLt
the sore of .M.-W Koontz,- general
merchandise, was -left standing
alone, surrounded on-all sides by;
burning buildings. . r
. The fire- agaiij ferdsed theislreet
and attacked the big warehouse pf
:B?lf5ur Guthri:.( i Several , other
stores were cousumed, also the pri
vate residence owned by H? Owens.
The principal loses are as f.illowe:
McWilliams, ttore and Oddfellows'
hall ......... ... .V.. ...... ........... $7,o6o
H' W. Davie.drugp.. 2;odo
Mrsi E. Ward, millinery....... 5do
E. Ward, confectionery........ 5oo
Cross & Powe-s, hard ware... " T,56o
Guiliford's hay warehouse i.odo
B. Wilson's bicycle shop""" 200
Owens, residence....' 1,200
A. T.MdCully , merchandise.. 6,500
Koontz' warehouse...". l,5oo
Creamery, '. 3,5oo
Shropshire sheep. '.
Aberdeen Angus cattle. - .
: Poland Ohina pigs.';. V'- Jt
. Young stock now ready for '.-shipment .
' Vat cowa and heifers, of i the -' best
breed to trade for; Jersey -, i cows, -., also
spring calves of beef breeds for sale or
traded- . - - -
i One second hand 20-foota wind : mill
tower. , , ' t
- v . L. L. Brooks.-
To the Public. -
-1 am now agent for . the , Bunce and
Omey's 'new method or .kintergarten
System of teaching music on piano and
organs, the latest and best thing of the
kind now on the market. : - a
; Am also authorized to engage agents ,
territory assigned. Call on or write s
- Corvallis, Ore.-;
).''' y- . ..... .V- a
Fast Train Service.-
Commencing Monday, .July . 6th, the
Astoria & Coliimbia.' Eiver ' Riilroad
Company will resume its summer - , spe
cial seaside schedule, and train leaving
Union depot at 8 a. m, daily will run
through direct without trauafer at - As
toria to all Clatsop beach points, arriving,
at Astoria at n-30 a m, Gearhert Park at
12-20 p-m, and Seaside at 12-30 p td,
making direct connection at Warreuton
Beginning Saturday Jnly ii, and "ev
ery Saturday thereafter - the ' popular
Portland -;Seaside Flyer will laave the
Union Depot at 2-30 p m, arriving f- at
Astoria at 5-40 p in, Gerheart Park 'at
64o p m, and Seaside at 6 5o p m,
making'direct connection at Warrenton
for Flavel." " ' V - ;.
: In connection ::- with" ' this" improved
service," -round r "trip 1 season excursion
tickets between Portland and . alV Clat-;
sop ar.d North Beach ' points are sold at
$4 for round trip and" Saturday" . special
round trip tickets between same ! points
good for return passage Sunday at $2.00
for the round trip. "
- Special Season commnfation tickets
good For five, round tripst ' from Port
land to all Clatsop and North J Beach
points sold for"$i5, ' Beach - excursion
tickets issued by O. R, & N and Van
couver Transportation Co will be honor
ed on trains of this company ' in either
direction between Portland - and Astpvia
Additional information will be gladly
furnished on application to J. (J. Mayo,
GP4PA, Astoria, Ore, orBL Lewis,
Comm'l auditor 248 Alder st; Portland.
. Write for the novel and catchy Seaside
pamphlet just issued telling about sum
mer girls, seaserpents and sunsets, at
Seaside. w .
-r;- ; Wanted. - -. .. '
50 cedar poles 25 and 30. feet, : 7-inch
tops or over; delivered in' Corvallis
Applv at Pacific States T. A T. Co. hi :;
In the District Catcrt ot the United States
the district of Oregon. - -
In the matter of H. C, Mahon. 1 ,y
': r;A Bankrupt, ; - ; . J :
; Notice la hereby' given that , under aud ty
virtue of an order of sale made and entered by
C. O, Bryant, referee In bankruptcy in the mat
ter of. the estate of H, C. Mahon, a bankrupt, I
Will On . .1 J ..... ; .
Friday the 4th of September, 1903
.. at the
hoiir of 3 o.olbck p. m,-ef SBid day, ' at Blodcrett
Station in Blodgett Precinct,. Benton. County,
Oregon, offer for sale for cash in hand to" the
highest bidder the following, described per.
sonal property belonging to Maid bankrupt- es
tate as follows: -- .. . ' J--- '' . - :
200 plies on tbe premises of G H Harris in
Wrenn Precinct, Benton County, Oregon; 200
plies on the premises ol W. P. : McFarland in
Wrenn Precinct, in Benton County,.- Oregon:
100 piles on the premises of H S Pittman,
in Wreim Precinct, Benton .County, Oregon:.. 20
plies en the premises of Harry Francis in
Blodgett Precinct, Benton County,- Oregon; 160.
piles on the premises of J Davis In Blodgett
Precinct in Benton County, Oregon; 30 pileson
the premises of V D. VanHorn , in Blodgett
Precinct. Benton County Oregon : SSO" piles on
the prtmises of H Herron. in. Biodgett Precinct.
Benton County; Oregon; 60 piles on the prem
ises of T J Hill -in Blodgett Precinct, Benton
County, Oregon; 126 piles at Blodgett .Station,
In Blodgett Precincts Bentori County. - Oregon!
100 piles on the premises of G H . VVamsley Jn
Blodgett precinct, Benton County ' Oregon ; all
of saio piles mentioned above. -being cut and
peeled and being about 60 feet' long and aver
aging li Inches at the butt and about 9 Inches
at the top and unmarked and. unbmndarl ex
cept the piles on the' premises of H Herron and
those on the premises el T J. Hill- which ate
marked with a lead pencil mark X,
Id-ear bunks and 100 oak stakes on the prem
ises of J. E.. Davis in Blodgett .preciuct,. Ben
ton -County.'Oregon, 50 ear bunks on the. prem,
lses of George . Woods : in - Blodgett Preolnct,
Benton county, 0'egon; two derricks on the
premises of 9 H. Wamsley, in ' Blodgett Pre
cinct, Benton County, Oregon, to be told In one
separate lot or parcel aart aud distinct from
any other property of said bankrupt estates
free aud clear of any Men. - - '- -' '"- - J-
Also all of thegoods- wares. and merchandise
described "iu the Inventory filed by the Trustee
with tbe Referee In Bankruptcy . in t aid estate
matter, including blacksmith's tools, hardware
groceries and goods iu- warehouse - and - two
bunk houses, wash house, hoods and smoke
ftacku, lumber, shlcgles and all property of
every nature s . or. .kind whatsoever . des
ertoed in the Invent jry as arorenaid and lo
cated at Blodgett Station, in Biodg?tt; Precinct
Benton County; Oregon, and - that the same will
be, sold In separate parcels and free and clear
oi any lieu.' . Vi yif?:'--..
a copy oi tne inventory can De seen -at tne
office of Weatherfurd & wyatt,' at Albany, Ore
gon,, upon application. - .,. . - "-. : . -v'
Dated this 27th dav of July. 1903. .
-2 - -A. B. WEATHEBFORD; - :
, - Trussree. ':
9 "IfindThedford'sBlaek-Dranght N
' a good med icine for liver disease,
v It cured my son after he had spent ,
" " $100 with doctors. It is all the rr.ed
, icine I take." MBS. CAROLINE w
MARTIN, Parkersburg, W. Va.
If your liver does not act reg-.;
: ' nlarly go to your druggist and '
secure a package of Thedford's- '
. Black-Draucht and take a dose
tonight. This great family
medicine frees the constipated
bowels, stirs up the torpid liver 1
and causes a healthy secretion , ;
, , Thedford's Black - Draught
will cleanse the bowels of im
purities and strengthen the kid
.' neys. A torpid liver invites -
colds, biliousness, chills and
-.fever and all manner of sick
... ness and contagion. Weak kid
. neys result in Bright's disease
wHich claims as many victims
- as consumption. ' A 25-cent
- package of Thedford's Black- ;
Draught should always be kept
in the house, ;
"I nsed Thedford's Black
Draught for liver and kidney com
plaints and found nothing to excel
it." WILLIAM COFFMAN, Mar-
umueau, uju . . ..
I THEDFORD'S 5
,; . . hoio jurists, '.;
Have purchased the Studio of Mr. Philips, on ' Main
Street, and will be pleased to show samples of
'.- " .,: work and quote prices to all.
fancy Portraiture and Genre Work a Specialty.
Also Be veloping and Finishing for the Trade. :
If You are Having Trouble with, your Eyes
Or if you are having trouble with your glasses, and have tried all jthe BOcalled ,
traveling opticians without success, come and see me, get a fit that's guaranteed,
andby one who will always be on hand to make good his guarantee. ' ' . "., '. .
" 1 Tiik OBvi2i.KR vTr Optician.
To "the Seaside and, Mountain Re-
" sorts for. the Summer. ; ' '
" :-:).' .-' i
.' On and after June 1st, 1905, the South
ern Pacific in connection with the Cor
vallis & Eastern railroad will have on
sale round trip tickets from -points on
their lines to Newport, Yaqujna and De
troit, at very . low; rates, good for return
until October io, K03. , . . . ,
,; Three day tickets to ' Newport ' nd
Yaqnina, good going Saturdays and re
turning Mondays are. also on sale from
all Eastside-points Portland to Eugene
inclusive, and from all ;Westside points
enabling people" to visit their families
and spend Sunday at the seaside. v
' Season tickets from all Eastside.
points Portland tp Eugene inclusive an4 ,
front alt Westside points are. also, on sale !
to Detroit at very low rates witn stop
over privileges at" "Mill- City: or at any
point east enabling- tourists- to visit " the'
Santiam and Breitenbush, as well as-the-famous
Breitenbush Hot Springs iu the
Cascade mountains which can be reach-"
ed in one day' y, ,it-.j -.-Season
tickets will be good for return
from all points until October roth. Three i
day .tickets will be-good . going on Satur-J
days and returning f,Moudys j;oni,y;-j
Tickets from Portland and vicinity wil ,
be good for return via the East on Westi
side at option -of 1 passenger. ; Tickets
fronfc Eugenejand. vicinity will ,be . good,
going via the- Lebanon Springfield,
branch, if desired.;,,- Baggage . on ... Ne
port tickets checked through to New
port; on Yaqnina tickets to Yaquina'
only. . ' ,i:r-";'Hi.
... St,P.irain8 connect with the C- & E.
at Albany and 'Corvallis,1 for Yaquina
and Newport.' Trains on the" C. Sc : E.
for Detroit leave: Albany ' at ,7 a; ; m. en
abling tourists, to th'e Hot ' Springs to
reach there the same day. . - j . . , -"-1
Full information as . to rates, . time
tables, etc can be obtained on applica
tion to Edwin Stone, manager C. oi ' E.,"
R R at Albany; W. E. Coinuii, tr. P; A.
S P Co Portland or to any S P or - O B
agent. - . .. .. ; - --V--. ' -
4 Rate from Corvallis to Newport 13.75.
.i? Rate from Corvallis. to Yaquina
T Rate from Corvallis to Detroit, $3,75.-
. Three days rate froiu Corvallis to , Ya
quina or Newport, 2.50 "
- . - Kotlce to, "Contractors,
Notice is hereby given that sealed bids
will be' received by the sewer corriinittee
of the city of Corvallis for the construe. ',
tion of a lateral" sewer' "thrdush", ihlopks j
18 and 19, N. B. and P Averya Addition
to the city of Corvallis ' - up . to b even
o'clock p. m., August "10. 1903., iThe'"'
risjht to reject any and all " bids is re .
served. "' , .' i. :" V
. . . . ,:, . - , William Crees, " . ,
; ,...- R. II. Colbert,' . :
- : . J: M.- Cameron... .- :
. ; ... Sewer Committee.
Corvallis, July 27th, 1903, . .
L. G. ALTMAST, M. D
' Homeopathist - ;
OfiBce cor 3rd and Monroe 8ta. Resi
dence cor 3rd ' and Harrison ets.
v i Hours 10 to 12 A. M. 2 to 4 aad 7
.... to 8 P. M. Sundays 9 to 10 ' A. M,
Phone residence 315. :..' -.::
G. R. FARE. A,
Physician & Surgeon,
Office up stairs back of Graham &
Wells' drug store. ' - Residence on the
corner of Madison and Seventh. Tele
phone at residence, io4- '
All calls attended promptly.
vTnstruction given to : beginners, and
pupils in all stages of advancement.
Studio Opposite parsonage of M. E.
Church, South. - 1
";-'-'.; GORVAttlS OREGON.'
A General Banking Business.
iixchaopce j'jsuM payable at all flnan-
oial centers la United : States, Canada
nd Europe.! .... . - ' . , . ,v - , .
Principal Cdrrccpondcnts. j- v-
ff ORTL AND tondon & San FraiiclxcoBank
: Limited; Canadian Bank of Commerce. '
SAX FRANCISCO London & San. f ramoia-1
. r i co Bank Oral ted. ,j. .
NEW YORK Messrs. J:F. Morgan & Co.'
CHICAGO First National Bank. 1 r :
LONDON, ENG. London. & San Francisco
i Bank Limited. "
SEATTLE AND TAOOM A London Si San
Francisco Bank Limited ,.w .
Raises its grain only "t28 in
ches. levers ; are handy "
and easy to operate.' It i&
strong, though light, and will",'
last well. : . - - ; - ; ; . '
We farriish extras for all Os
. born machines. ' . ; ....
r.nnv&uiR a1 fastfrn
. ; RAILROAD
ime Card Number 21.,
.' Train leaves Albany. ,.s ...12:45 p. m -.'
". Corvallis...... 2:00 p. n,
" " arrives Yaquina.. . , ... 6:25 p. m ,
r Returning: ! ;.cr- M-i' l: -fii
"r Leaves Yaquina.. ........ 6:45 a. m
Leaves Corvallis... f 1 1:30 am ;
Arrives Albany...... ..v..,I2:ii5 p.
3 For Detroit: ,
.- Leaves Albany;-,. . .'. . . 7:00 a. ta
; Arrives Detroit.v, .. . .-.....,.12:05 p. m :
4 from Detroit: '. 'v.. r ?
Leaves Detroit. ........i... 12:45 p m
Arrives Albany. . ........ ... . $'-3S Pi m-
' -Train No. I - 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,
bound tram. .' ." '. : ...
Train No 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- f
ing ample time to reach the Springs the '
same day. 1 '
For further information apply to
,' Edwin Stone,
fT. H. Cronise, Agent Corvallis. . ,
Thos. Coekrelt. Agent Albany;
E. R. Bryson,
attorney-At-Lawi : '
POSTOFFICE BUILDING - . .
E. E. WILSON, ,
' ATTORNEY AT- LAW- -
" - ' NOTARY PUBLIC.
Office in Zierolf Building, CorvU'3. Or