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Issued Every Friday tforninir by
The Gazette Pufiislmig Co.
SORVALLIS, OREGON, Dec. 31, 1S97.
year 1897 has seen the
of another era of good
It has been a good old
and its work is over. It
Droudlv.uot sadly, bids the world
Tomorrow begius the course of
another twelve months. lhe
new- vear ooens hoDefullv. The
j 1 , . .
world enters in upon it with con
fidence and serenity and there is
every reason for pleasurable an
For its readers and all their
friends, the Gazette wishes
and a happy new
SHADE OF JEFFERSON!
?' ; The Times argues for initiative
and referendum, which, like fiat
money, are the unsubstantial fan
tasies of populistie dreams. Lo
cal democrats are too practical to
really believe in such impractica
ble schemes, but they want the
paying offices and will accept
anything- in the way of beliefs
that the populists can invent.
But thcTimes argues for the in
tiative'ind referendum from the
Oregon legislative fia;cp, and
among- other thines. says: ' or
ly meant repeal of the undesir
able laws, and the or anization
was accordinclv prevented J' To
the credit of the Times, it did
- Tif 11 iii'iiiiui 1 1 r" 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 I. iiiil
. 1 ij ii. .. in. .1 j it "r t
' every populist elected to the leg
islature helped preveut the or
r, ganization jat the house, and yet
it is those same populists and the
party they represent who are be
xunu una ucmauu iur u;c 1 ini
tiative and referendum. No
wonder the plain every-day citi
zen, not given to ics and' isms,
looks upon the "initiative and
referendum" proposition as a sly
scheme of selfish politicians-pret
4-vr All fit -iufcil Vil-if 1 rto rl
"V "- v 1,14..
There are are: many republi
cans who voted for Rrvati last
year, but who will henceforth act
with the party of Lincoln," Blaine
KJ nf.Tr' 1 tl 1 i
Kiiu. XM.i.xt.iLiicjr. it Utxa uccu
"demonstrated to them that there
is plenty of money with which to
do the world's business, and that
the trouble has been.- not that the
gold standard was at fault, but
4.1 . 4.11 & 3 ii
uiiii luicaicacu assaults upon uie
gold standard made capital hide.
Our local affairs proves this
Benton county warrants, shortly
before the presidential election,
could not be sold at a discount
of ten per cent Today, a prem
ium of three per cent or more is
offered for them. This change
is do in part to the county court's
management, ' but the chief fact
or has been the knowledge that
the warrants would be oaid in
dollars worth one hundred cens
Money is cheaper in Oregon
today than it ever has been. Do
.you want a change? Kvery dol
lar of United States money, we
know, will be as good tomorrow
as it is today. Do you want a
change? One. kind of Uncle
Sam's dollars is as good asanoth
er. Do you want a change?
Times are improving, surely and
healthfully improving. Do you
want a change?
The reasonable and reasoning
republican who voted for Bryan
will answer "no."" He can come
back into the republican camp
without shame and without loss
of ielf-respect. To correct error
is virtue. Today there can be
no such thing as a silver repub
lican. He who is a republican
will act and vote with the repub
lican party, regardless of his atti
tude in the last presidential
A LOST CAUSE.
There is every practical rea
son for believing that free silver
or any other dishonest or vision
ary monetary system,- will not
long be the rallying cry of any
considerable number of Ameri
can voters. The mass of men
are more or less influenced by
party leaders, and those leaders
will drop the "free silver" cry
when it has been worked to the
utmost in local affairs. States
may still be won by free silvcr
ites, but the nation, never, and
the leaders of the opposition to
the leublican party under
stand that the sentiment
tiny haye aroused . must
Je fivctively smothered before
l!i- . . xt national conventions
Tii -. most sanguine free silver-
ite, v.h is not absolutely reason
less, d jsi:airs of evctvwinning
over to the silver cause the fol
lowing states: Connecticut, Del
aware, Illinois, Indianar Iowa,
Michigan, Minnesota, New
Hampshire, New Jersey, .New
York. Ohio. Pentisrlvania. Rhode
Island, Vermont, West Virginia
and Wisconsin. These have 344
votes in ths electoral college, of
20 more than enougn to elect.
Then too, California, Kentucky,
Oregon and one or two more
stages can be depended upon to
vote for sound money. -Free sil
ver leaders know their cause is
iiopeless. They are looking now
or something to assist them in
The Salem Sentinel suggests
the names of T. T. Geer and
Binger Herman as good republi
can candidates tor governor.
Mr. Geer. at the heiehth of his
fame and nnnnlaritv. could hard
lv organize his strength suffici-
ently to secure the nomination,
and his recent disastrous and in
excusable fiasco as a candidate
for office,. has lost him most of
his support. Mr. . Hermann
would be a strong candidate and
splendid governor, but it is
doubtful if he would seriously
consider the proposition.
PHUOHATH news msttbr. '
is in the city. . . , . ? ,-
W. II. Buoy, of Albany, was in
the city Sunday. . ,
Capt. F. M. Johnson iiih 'thU
vicinity 111 the interest of the Ga
zette. , .
The Woodman will give a sup-
psr at the Odd Fellows' hall next
Lieut. Dentler and wife and Re
corder Gellatly and family haye
been visiting, at AiulrcwGellatly's
on south Mark's river.
Married December 25, 1897,
Riv. Joseph Piggotlyof Pomeroy,
Washington, and Miss Annie L.
Brooks," Prof. Emenctc, officiating.
Teachers Julia M. Taylor, of
Gates, Luella Dixon, of Newport,
and Prof. George Brown, of Hos
kins, are spending the holidays
with friends here.
COLLEGE OF PHILOMATH.
Winter term opens January 4fli
The trustees of the college will
meet this week. v
Several students have gone to
visit friends during the vacation.
Carl Stewart is spending : holi
days with his father at Portland
Christmas exercises were held
in the chaoel last Friday night.
After an interesting addiess hy
Prof. Davis A good program was
rendered by the Sunday school, at
the conclusion of which Santa
Claus dr'o'-e in with his wagon
loaded to the guards with presents,
Public rhetorical of the . fall
term occurred Thursday evening,
Decemher 23, as follows: Invoca
tion. Prof. Miller; address, C. G.
Sprinfieai essay, Lena. Hull; ora
tion, Orpha Lewis; essay. Ivy
Meats; declamation, Alice Wyatl;
oration, S. O. Wat kins; declama;
tion, Myra Sawyer; essay, 'LoiB
Lewis; paper, Jessie McCullough;
addiess, N. E. Walkins; oration,
Merry Christmas and a happy
The young folks here are talk
ins: of Dlavinsr a drama in the
J. W. Blackburn, of 'Albany,
has been visiting friends here, for
the last week.
H. A. Hecker and family of
Scio, spent Christmas with friends
. Harly Hall is at home from the
Portland university, during lhe
David Vanderpool ha been
quite sick, but is reported .much
bettor now. .
OAK GROVE NOTES.
Miss Daisy Woods is home dur
ing the holidays.
Lrnmett Winson and wile are
visiting in Portland.
Rev. G. A.' Manshardt's little
daughter is very dangerously ill.
The school children are glad for
a week's vacation which is- grant
ed them. .
Mr-. Josie Dvryer and children
spent Christmas with Mr5. Viola
Mrs. J. C. Coffey arid, family
spent Christmas with hei parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Wentz. . . . . -. ,
II. J.-Moore has started for Al
aska. He accompanies Mr.
Schmidt, of Corvallis.
Mr. Swart and family and the
Messrs GoveraL, are visiting ; with
their relatives -the Golf's. ?
Mr. and Mrs. Dwyer and daugh
ter. Ella, are spending: the holi
days with their daughter, Mrs. T.
The Klondike fever is still rag
ing in our community and has al
ready taken one man, who leaves
a wife and three sons to mourn
over his departure.
Karl's Clover Root Tea for Cozstipa
tion, its the best, and if after using it
you don't say so, return" the packageand
get your money. Sold by Graham &.
. Mi;s AUie Hughes, Norfolk, Va., vas
frightfully burned on the faco and neck.
Pain "(vas instantly relieved by DeWitt's
Wit eh Hazel Salve, Which healed th injury
without leaving a scar. It it ths fsR-.om
pile remedy. AH on & "Woodward.
Mrs. M. B. Ford, Ruddell's, 111., suffered
for eight years from dyspepsia and chronic
cobs tination and was finally cured by using
De Witt's Little Early Bisers, the faneus
little pills for all stomach and liver troubles.
Alloa & Woodward. -
Physical and Financial Condi
tions in This Lovely Vale
and More - Personal Mat
The second man met after
reaching the south end ot Kings
Valledvas our former townsmen,
J. W. Dunn, known all over Ben
ton county as "Jim,'' who, being
asked about news, admitted that
there was a small sized famine in
that line, but added in that truth-
"fnl tone, (which is one of ; Jim's
pecnliarities)T and with a smile
that, wonld convince the most
credulous that his heart was with
out guilsi his eyes, in their honest
expression, telling 100 piaimj iu
. ... . 1 4-
what sublime heights Jim naa
reached in his constant devotion
to truth "tell all the folks that
the roads are good, the bridges are
all safe in Kings Valley and that
there is an unusually large run 01
salmon in Beaver Creek, which
empties into the Luckiamute, near
Hoskins. Jim accounted,. jor u.e
presence of the salmon by saying
that thev were blown out )( Ya-
auina river in a heavy storm .and
were heading for the Klondike,
where attracted by the beautify
scenery of the . valley they, con
eluded to stop. ;Crced Owens and
voiins- man named Jb nller, were
Dresent when Jim ' was "narrat
inw." and thev asrvced with the
Near here, the writer met his
old soldior friend. Geo. W. Owen
and Mr. Hoffman, preparing to
move from one mountain ranch to
another, which undertaking would
probTtbiv have been postponed to
a later dale but' for Dunn's state
ment that '-the roads are goo'd."
' At 'Mrs. Frank Alexander's I
met Mrs. and Miss Watson, who
were spending the day with ' her,
AHhonarh he was nst dressed in
his dining costume, Mrs." A: inyit
ed the writer to dine with her
sons and lady visitors, which he
did. doins ample .justice ..to the
bountiful meal of demoting and
well cooked viands.. .
Following down Beaver Creek
hoping to catch at least a glimpse
of the salmon before mentioned
I ran on to Mr.'Watsou. who has
iust completed a new home, and
has a good iarm well situated
Farther down the 6tream I met
Mr. Hale, an intelligent and
thoughtful reader of current liter
attire, and a breeder : of several
strains of blooded fowls, Berk
shire and Poland China swine and
Red PUed cattle. All his ani
mals and fowls'1 receive ikind, in
telligcnt and careful treatment
Mr. Hale takes a just pride 111
keeping oniy:Jthe best..
By " Frautz, on the old home
place, on which 111 the 60's stood
old Fort Hoskins, is a-grower of
hdps and" grain and is doing wt-ll
1 spent the night with C A. and
Doc. 'Frantz, at Hoskins. They
are hard working, honest men
noV making extensive repairs on
their large lumber plant. Here I
met my old soldier friend, Titus
Ranney, who does' a nice little
business in general merchandise,
and is also the "Nasby" of the
place. ' Assisting the, Frantz boys
were Link Chambers, Mr. . Botfur
and two tir three others. At Tile's
store I had quite a chat with yW,
A- Iroxel, M. a. Watson and u
L. Ingram. The latter lives six
miles up the Luckiamule and is
engaged in the dairy business. He
fa-nd his partner, Mr. Buyers, will
make only llie best butter and
cheese .for market. They have
every facility aud favorable condi
tions for making a success of their
I dined with W. L Townsond,
who raised a very good crop of
-hops, but failed to sell when they
were bringing the best prices. L
Allen, a farmer, is succeeding fine
ly. He had a splendid band of
turkeys, it being close to Christ
mas- lime. L. R. Price, ' suffering
from a sore hand, was unable to
attend to his blacksmilhing for
Wilson 'Bump has 15 tons of
'fine hops ' for which he hopes to
get 15 cents a pound. He is jolly
and " seemingly : as vigorous as 'he
was 15; years ago. W. E. Doty is
a successful farmer,, judging by
his general appearance and the
stock of fine horses he -owns. L.
G. Price:: lately" rsturried from t
four year's stay over in Washing
ion, is making good improve
ments and .is back in Webfoot to
stay; ; M. L Rogers, owner of the
Kings Valley full roller ; process
flouring mills, does a, good busi
ness, and Ins flour is considered by
its consumers as being the best.
I was hospitably . entertained
.over night by an old time Inend,
Willard Price, having been pilot
ed to his abode after dark from
the Kings Valley store by his son.
By the way, A. C. Miller is a part
owner of this desirable, business,
and is also postmaster. He is as
genial as ever. At this store I
met onr- county cemmissioner,
Jake Chambers. : r ; - .
John' Chambers, Barney Cady,
Frank A. Blunkett, Sam King,
James Plunkelt, Will Rad, Robt.
Matheny and J. H. Glassford, are
all successful farmers and many
evidences of : thrift were encount
ered. These rnen, and many more
of like kind,5 have homes' in one
of the richest and. most beautiful
valleys it has ever been. the writ
er's good fortune to visit. J They
are all hospitable. Each and all
were : glad to give 'the writer all
the information needed and wel
comed him to their homes and
firesides. I dined, while in this
lovely valley, with Judge Cheno-
with, at his farm.- It was a pleas
urn to again have an hour's chat
with this old school gentleman,
who has in the past held many
mportant positions. . He is full of
years, ' ripe "in experience, ana
waiting peacefully for tfee sum
mons to go hence. ."Perry Eddy is
a hard 'Working farmer who says
he is going : to Klondike- in the
spring. Iiere l also met Jiowaru
Bush, a successful farmer, whois
rather sorry that he did not sell
his' wheat when it was SO cents.
Tom Read, whdhas a fine hill
farm neart Wran,- will, rumor say,
soon bring 10 his home a beautiful
Polk county bride. : ,
I desire to express my tfianks to
all the people i incf on tlie trip lor
their many kindnesses f-howu. me.
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Culls and Comments.
It has been found that the
Roentgen ravs can be utilized to
renew the Ofkin, ih new- cu iculc
being clear, fieah au.d wnnkeles
Of the -ffciies ol it - win
doubtless be said. l-J5oioiuou. ii) all
his glory was not x-rayed likt;on
01' these." . -; . .
The Vashingtou; HatcheJ i
waxing witty. 'i'hd- ' "ioji-i'iu
proves; it: : v-Thei)regdii' Ide
home - of Col lloleiv speaks' or
Baron Munchausen as - being the
greatest liar that ever lived. . .An
other proof thltt a prophet is not
without honor save in , his own
eouutryi" .; ; V'v'OM
The Lantern, Wm. Chapman's
new paper, is taking up the school
book - question denouncing ' the
American Book Company. While
the average citizen dislikes public
monopoly in" any form, he does
not care to be taxed for the consola
tion of "downing the monopoly,"
and if the American Book Cote
pauy's publications are dispensed
With, new books must, h pur
chased. Those now . in use give
general satisfaction and a"reforhi"
thatx meaascash out to the .head
of the family will meet with little
favor.T- . -.: -, - -11'
! The Oregon- attorneys whose
volunteered' opinion of. Attorney
General McKenua's ability, had
so little effect upon President Mc-'
Kinle"y,have the consoling thought;
that they Ixave' liberally advertise
ed their belief in .themselves its
the sole proper judges of mental
greatness and legal learning, " :'r,
i One of the funniest things in
politics, isjthe air of sancitity Jas-.
sumed by the'Rosebuig Review',
Corvallis Times, Lincoln Leader
Eugene Guard, McMin nxillel-ele
phone Register and other deniQ
cratic organs, when they speak qf
'the rcforni. forces," e Rai'orm i
politics usually, means anything
but reform, and in, the dictionary
of Peiuiover and U'Ken the word
signifies, "a chance to Icvy cont.r-.j
oviuohs. DiacKmau, oppression.
robbery ol the taxpayers." ,
' Dr. Harry Lane . is something of
a' soplii.ster himself, and double
tracks on Pennoyer with a cuu
nihg that would be creditable to
Portland's mayor. -Lane vigorous
ly denied Pennoyer's charge, that
the meat bills at the asylum were
a great deal larger under his
(Lane's) management than under
the management of his successor'
Penuover. however, proved his
case, and Lane how roundly:, de-j
nounces Pennoyer for economiz
ing in the meat bills of the poor
insane patients. ' Dr. Harry hath
protested too much. -
Pcunoyer- has no equal as a
iusgler with politics, and he is a
constant source of entertainment..
His free born soul refuses to be
trammeled by 6uch useless quali
ties as consistency and logic, -tint
the amusement we now. find in his
antics would be most appallingJ
were he, in his political . gyral
tions, to announce himself a re
There is to be meeting of the leaders,
f the "reform," i. c., free silver- farces,
at Portland eu the 7th of January. ": Tbisj
is the purpose of Chairman Cooper of
the union party, but the Young-U' Ren,
populists, and the Pcnnoyor-Pavis demo
crats, from present appearances, will be
Cooper lias published the list of iis
supporters and those from Beutou. coun
ty re as follows: Enene Palmer, H..J.
Reese, Riley Logan, J, R. - Rowland, W
W. 8. McFadden, B. E. Irvine, j. W.
Stewart, D, Carlisle, V. E. Watters,, M.f
P. Burnett, P. Rickard, J. N. Moffmaa,
E. " Slciptoa, J. M. Oiburn,. A.. J. Lockr
F. R. Overlander, M. J. Young, J.N,,
Currier. G. A. Houck, John Burnett, T
J. Creighton, A. P. Hershner, . CL.
Blakeslee, J. E. Durham.
There are but three or four populists.
among them, .and those few are not the
leaders. A. L. McFadden, John Whit-
alter, Major Bruce, Howard Bush, Nel-:
so'n Wheeler, J.. L: Underwood and oth
ers proiainent in'the councils of the pop
ulist party were evidently "not at home'
to the canvasser for signers to the
The "true blue" populists evidently
are suspicious of the "reform" sentiment
of the old democratic politicians who are
insisting upon union. " r- : ... ,''' .
Stop that Coughl' Take warning. It-
may lead to Consumption. A 25c. bottle ,r
of Shiloh's Cure may save your life
Sold by Graham & Wells. ; , -
Catarrh Cured. A clear head and
sweet breath secured with Shiloh's Ca
tarrh Remedy; sold on a guarantee.
Nasal injector free. Sold by Graham &
One Minuto Cough Cure cures quickly.
That's what you waat! Allen & Wood
V - We are going to make you the .
astonishing offer of 1-5 or 20 par cent off on all clothing.
- ' MEAN '
- BUSINESS, -
And are going to make business.- Even'thing marked in
plain figures, so you can So your
Our Lines are complete now, so don't delay un
r til they are broken.
; ) Wanted. .
'j Within. ten daj-i,. applications for $ 25,
000 to 50,coo in ruins of 1,000 aud up
wards. I Time, 5 years. Interest seven
per cent payable annually, secured by
mortgages on firit-class farms. For par
ticulars cali on W. H. Hartxkss.
... "-. - For Sale.
One hundred asrss rearly level land frm
wbieh most of tKo timber ti.-.i bees removed.
Good-pasture and fruit rand. Would maXe
a fine homif for soma person of mnll moans.
Situated about, one mils- a;t of .Summit
station on 6. C. '& E. K. E.' Also ioU 45
and 6 in block 1, Suminittillc, on' O: C: &
U. K. K.,.22 miles west of Corvallis., A
good store building with living rooms ovcr
hf.nd on theso loU. Good place fr a gen
eral morcbandiso store. If you menu bufi
ncss and want something that can bo had
obea , write or salt on '
' " - F. M. JOHKSON,
' Corralli:, 01-cgf-n.
Notice to Creditors.
Notice is Vercby given .that the under
signed has been appoinUd administrator of
the estate of James It. Haddock, deceased,
by tb eojmty court of the stato" f Oregon,
for Benton county. SlmuM thore be any
claim ajuinst raid estate, the person: hav
ing the.snmt are required to present the
am:jirotitrly vcriSed, to ma it my ?iee
in Carrallls Oregon , or.t E. Ilalgut;, Cor
vallis, Oregon, within six months, from the
date of this hotiei. "i
. Bated this Srd day ot to'cember. 1197.
J ' JOSEPH U. WIL505r, ;
.. ' - " ' ' '' Administrator.
..y- - ' - - - ' .i . . - - ;
Holiday Excursion Rates
;. It "has becj arranged . by tbe O. C. &
13. R: R. Co: to make' a holiday excur
sion.' rate , of i 1-5 ' tart for round 'trip
tickets good between all river points.
The tickets tvUL '-be en sale and will be
good -goig from;Dt ccuiber 23rd to 28th,
inclusive, and to return January 4, 1S98.
J. C. Mayo,
,k : SupL River Div. -
For Sale A Beatty organ, good as new.
Cheap' for cash or on installment plan.
Inquire at this office.
Is .. .
and is the mult ol coMs and
sudden climatic changes.
-It can be.cnred br a pleasant
remedy which isnpplia U
rectly Into t.e nostrils. Ba
ingckly abaoruedit gives
relief at exec
Ely's Cream Balm
la aeknowMscd to be the most thoronrt cure for
Nasal Catarrfi, Cold in Head and Hay l ever of all
remedies. It opens and cleanses the assalRassagea,
allays pain and inflammation, heals the seres, pro
testa the membrano from colds, restores the senses
oftaste an d fmell. Face 0c. at Drosgists or by mall.
KL.Y BilOlTSERS- Warren teeU New f otic
ting the Stomachs andBowcls of
ness ai)dTiest.Coa-iiiirrs neitner
Opum.Morpbine nor MtaeraL
C&riud Sugar .
''Aticrfect Remedy forConsliDa-
oess andLoss OF SLEEP.
Tac Simile Signature of
ZXAXft COPY OF WRAPPEB.
M&3g- ..." " 4r.-:-i
I 'NEW "YORK.
For the next
Notlcv f Assignee's Sale of Real Sstata
: Kticu is hereby girsn that under and in
pursuance f tbc order of tbo circuit court,
of tbe stats of Oregon, for Kextoti county,
duly made n the matter of tbe assignment
of S. IT. "Wilkin;, insolvent, directing and
auiliorising mo, F. M.. Johnson, ns nsiignee
ot said 3. N. Wilkins, to sell all thermal and
personal properly bclngin?r to tbe said in
fohtiit estate of S. N. Wilkins, to .the
highlit bidder, for cah in band, at public
r.uctioH. I, as sucn .t:-.isnec, will on tl-.ie
8t5 Day of January, 1893
at tbs hour of tvvs o'ilck in ths .-.ft-.rnoOH
of said day, at the front of the court bouse
dor, in tlvj city ot CerrallU, ia Benten
county, Orejron, i-A at public auction to the
kijhost bidder far ca-.h in haad, all Hie fol
lowing described real itate bolonsinst to
the sail inxilvenl estate and vested in me eg
assigns? af.ir-.aid of S. N. AVilkiar, to-wit:
All f block 2G, aitd lots 7, 8 aid 9 is
block 23, and lots 1 and 2 in blok 15; all in
Job's addition to the city f ComllU, Oro
gon, and the above de-.eribed real pmpeity
will ba sold subject to cnV'rrvatioa by tbe
circuit court f tbn sUlo of Oregon, for
Bjotox county. . .
DAtud Corvoll'H, Novcaib-.r 13, ISO".
F. U. JOHKSON,
Asiignce of S. N. Wilkins.
Administrator's Notice f 6alo.
lsotico.ii lioieby given that by. virtue of a
license and order at iaa duly issued eut of
county court for Bnton county, Oregon, on
tbo 7th day of Djcembcr. 1807, in tha mat
tor of tha estate of VV. IlH. Biclt, deeensed,
ths undersigned ficcuUr of said tstati, will
on '-'-' '';'"'"' ' ' '
Satnrilay. tUs Sth day ef Jaanary,'ia9S,
at thoi hour of 1 o'clock, p. ni. of iaid day,
at the front door of tbe court house, in' the
city of CorrallH, Benton eounty, Oregon,
sell at public auction to tb highest bidder
the real property belonging to said estate,
described follows: LoU 1 and 3 of half
block 26 in the County addition to Ccrvallis,
Oregwn. Also lots 1, 2, 3. 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10,
11, 12, 13 and 14 in Nicholas' 1st addition to
Corvallis, Oregon, all in Benton county,Or-
jron. Terms of Sale cash in band.
Corvallis, Oregon, December S, 1S97.
- H. C. NUTE, Executor.
P. O. Address, Medford, Oregon.
j-rojpnv conies quickest to the man
i. .... .. ... . .
whose liver is in good condition. DeWitts
Little Early Kisers are famous little pills for
constipntien, billiousness, indigestion and all
ctomach and liver troubles. Allen & Wood
LOUIS G. ALTMAN, M. D.,
Office: Over Allea & Woodward's
Hours 2-5 7"8-
"ours Sundays, 9-10.
' IS ON THE
. BOTTTP, OW
Castorla is pot ap in ene-she ttetUas only. It
is not sold ia bulk. Boat allow altyaaa to sell
yea anything else en the ;lsa or promise that it
la "just aa food" ami "will aaswer every pur
pose." -oa-geo that yon get 0-A-8-T-0-B-LA.
The most Elegant Line of
Holiday Goods ever displayed
Consisting of "
5c, ioc, 25c, 5PC, 75c, 1.00 and up to $5.00.
Manicure Sets, Work Boxes. Toilet Cases
from-$1.00 to $10.00. -
Mirrors, Collar and CuiT Boxes,. Glove and Handkerchief
Boxes in Celluloid and Silk. '
Silk Umbrellas, Silk Handkerchiefs, Mufflers.
Dress Goods and Fine Clothing, also an Elegant Line of
Iyadies', Misses and Gent's, F.ine Shoes
All suitable for Holiday4 presents at-
. -ij 1 1. . 4 . ...
GIVES JHE CHOICE OF -
LOW HATES IN ALL
LEAVE PORTLAND EVERY 5 DAYS
Steamers Monthly from Portland
to Yokoltoma and Hang Kong;ria,
The Northern Faeific Steamship
Co. in emncction vrith O. R. & H.
Tor full Inforiaatlun sail on O. K. ".
aser.t, Oea. T. Eclin, Coi vallls. Or.,
W. H. HURLBURT,
CCN-L rAi ACHT.
OOea pMtairs rw Hist Katleaal Bask.
Strietty First-Class Work Gasrantosd
- Corvallis. Oregon
R. FARRA, M. D.
Office npstairs over F. L. Miller's store.
Residence on Third street in front of
Office hoars S to a. m.. and I to a and
7 to S p. ni. All calls attended promptly.
W. S. YAT1SS, J. FREDiTATES
YATES & YATES
IT. L. HOLGAT1S.
HOLGATE & SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
CORVALLIS. . .. OREGON
W Cure No Pay.
That is the way all druggusts sell
GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TON
IC for Malaria, Chills and Fever. It is
simply iron and quinine in a tasteless
form. Children love it Adults prefer
it to bitter, naaeaticg Tonics.
Oflion Laundry Go.,
All white labor work guaranteed.
- Basket leaves on Tuesdays and arrives
SaUrdays. T. D, Campbell, Agent,
Second-Hand ee. '
THOS. WHITEHORN, Prop.
W. H. McBrayer and Old Crow Whic
kys, Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars. ,
F. M. JOHNSON
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Does a aceral practica in all the.oonfte. lto
agcat ior aft the first-doss iasaranee cotnpanio.
The; Regulator of ; Low Prices, s
MU4V1AVW 10 KS JKSI.A.S " J
Meals in UrT6tit ; 8 Rock.
Dining Northsein I Ja"t
Car a la . I Iso
Carte. , k&UW&Ji Dust,
; THE AI.I.-RAIL UOUTJ!
TO KOOTENAI iHXIXG DISTRICT
SEATTLK AND SPOKANE
Quickest H.iiu; to
St. Paul, Minneapolis
; Dulmli, i Chicago
u T AND ALL POINTS EAST.
The Limited leaves rertland, daily, P. M.
' Tint Limited arrives l-ortlnud, daily, 11:5 A. M.
SL-KEPERS. DINIMO and LIBRARY
; Daily Trair.s : Fast Tiine
::rvick and sceitoiRy vnicqualxd. .
For tickets and fHll information call on
rr aptrl rf 4
R C. Stevens, A. B. C. De:nistoic,
v.. vv. 1: oeame.. v. r. ct 1.
& EASTEE17 R. R. CO.
Yaquina Bay Route
Coaxceting at YAQVINA DAY wi the
Sai? Francisco & Yaquina Bajr
' STKAMSHIP COMPAriY.
. : 1: .
Sail from Yaquina evr.v S day for San-"
franciseo, Coos Bay, and Humboldt Bay. .
1'itftflenger Aceainiuodatlxna V.nurMt'
Shorteit rnuto lietwon tbe "Willamette
Valley and Califrnia.
Fa-re from Albany and Iolnta Waat t
Snn JTranci jo:
Cabin ..... 9 S 00
Round trip goad fnr CO dayj, 1T.0.
To Coo Bay:
Cabin . fS 00
St:ern;e 0 00
Cabin $10 00
Ste-rajje .. S 00
atcamer "ALBANY" between Portland
and CwrvAtlis, throu-h witheut lav-evar.
Leaving Corvallis 6:30 a. m. Tuesdayi,
Thursdayi and Sundays: laavi Portland,
Yamhill St. Dock, 6:00 a. m., Monday,
Wnesdajs anj Fridays.
EDWIN STONE, Managar,
J. C. MAYO, Supt River Dir.,
H.H. CRONISS, Ajeiit, Corral li, Or
EAST and SOUTH.
THE SHASTA ROUTE .
- OF THE
Southern Pacific Comuany
' EXPRESS TRAILS RVH DA1LT.
6:0 p. X. I Les.re Portland Arrlr P:39 A.
:4 A. M. Leave . Iiit Arrive ff:M A.
7:45 A. M. I Arrive S. lVmit'.seo Leave I 8:M T.
between Portland and Salom. Turner. M
T ..tv. ltL.. fl . . t I ) J
nai.ev. lliirrivburi'. Junction tlilv. RiiMnn
stationi iron Kosclmrjrt Atnland, inclusive.
Rosebnrg Mail Daily.
S:M A. M. I Leave Portland Arrive
12:25 P. &L I Leave Albany - Arrive
5:2ft P. M. Arrive Rosebure; Leave
40 P. H.
lt.it P. H
BETWEEN POltTLAKD AXD CORVALLIS.
KaUIrals. Iiil Iscept luiijr.
7:3 A. M. t Leave
12:1 P. M. Arrive
Arrive I t:Se P. M.
Leave !.- P. U.
At Albany and Orvallfs eenaert with train et the
. Oregon paclfle CaHrMd.
byrau Trail. SaUjExe:;t3star.
4M P. M. L&ve Pertlaad Arrive I 8: A. X.
7 JO P. M. Arrive . Mi-Mlnnville Leave I S:S A. V.
a P. M. Arrive Inderwudenoe Leave j 4.60 A. at.
Direct connection at San Francisco
with Occidental and Oriental and Pacific
mail steamship lines for JAPAN AND
CHINA. . Sailing dates on application. .
Rates and tickets to Eastern points
and Europe. Also JAPAN, CHINA
HONOLULU and AUSTRALIA, can be
obtained from A. K. MILNER, Ticket
R. KOEHER, . 0 H. MARKHAM, '"
Manager. . vv G; V. J. A-