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JOHX D. DALY,
GEO. U PAUL.
DALY & PAUL,
One v&i ,
mx uii ;t!il....
Chre u-.ooths. .
payable ix advance.
FRIDAY, SPET. 1, 1899.
WITH BRIGHTER PROSPECTS.
In another column will be found
an advertisement for bids for build
ing a system of sewerage for the city
of Corvallis and the Agricultural
College. Great credit is duo to the
citizens of Corvallis for the prompt
and cenerous manner they have
responded to the appeal of the re
gens of the college in the matter,
The college in attendance at least
is the largest institution of learn
ing in the state, and all its sanita
ry and othr health assuring sur
roundings must be carefully and
promptly, attended to. Realizing
this, the board of regents at its last
regular meeting appointed a com
nrittee to wait on the city council
and if possible arrange for a sys
tem of sewerage by which the col
lege should build only its proper
As above stated the city respond
ed promptly and now, after the
completion of the sewerage system
the college will have the most
healthful, as well,as the most beau
tiful institution of learning on the
Pacific Coasjt. , . v ' ,
. The coming term promises to ex
cel all others in attendance, and
preparations ate v being" made in
grand style for the comfort and
convenience of the ; students- The
new Mechanical Hall is completed
and will furnish abundant class
rooms. The machinery is all in
place and is of the best and latest
patterns, lhe heating plant is
well under way- and steam; heaters
will be in all the. main buildings
before cold weather comes.
Changes have been made in all
the main .buildings which will "add
greatly tojts convenience, and the
dormitories are baing fitted up and
cleaned. So tlte.OAC. promise
"S to start the coming term distinct
ly severaIfif!epsahead.v'-'7" - -
THE CRAWFISH PARTY.
Wltjrt Judge Burnett Calls the
The claim that opposition to the
war in the Philippines is a demo
cratic . doctrine, is entirely, unwar
ranted by the history of,, the- party
and the teachings and examples of
its great leade
men who advocate
the let-go policy shut their eyes to
me surroundings ana seu-evmer. ..,ri
facts. Will any one of these Ag
uinaldo sympathizers explain how
we can terminate the war until the
Tagals are whipped into submia
rion? We must whip them or get
whipped, that is the burning ques
tion at present, and there iB'ho
room for any other. The insur
gents commenced this war, they
threw down.tjie gauntlet, defied the
authority o Jhej tlnited States, and
trampled on Old Glory, and shall
we, the great republic of the 20th
century,' show the white feather ad
mit that we are cravens, and make
our natioji a.hissng by-word among
the nations of the earth? In tne'
language of Patrick Henry, "For
bid it, Almighty God!';
The same sickly sentiment that
is opposing the war opposed the
purchase of Louisiana and the ex
pansion of the American govern
ment and American ideas westward
to the Pacific ocean, involving the
necessity of subduing the following
formidable list of insurgents:
The Sioni, and the Algonqnina, where
Where too are now the Hurons and Paw
nees, . The ChickasawSj Oneidas and Shawneea,
The Winnebagos and the Mucogees,
The Saukies, the Comanchees, and Utees,
The Kansas, Seminoles and Westumkees,
The Mohegans, Kin an tics and Natchees,
The Pequots, Miamies, and Yamases,
The-Tuscaroras, and the Waterees, -'-The
Karragansetts, and Meuominees,
The Choctaws, Delawares aud Cherokees, ;
The Eries, Yamacraws'ahd Mosqkees,
The Kickapoos and tall Walhominees,
The Androscoggins, and the Omahas,
The Alabama, and Mitchigainuas,
The Tangeboas, and the Pammahas,
The Apalachias, and Ostonoos, .
Tlieacks and Foxes and the Onondooe,
The Pottawattamies andloways,
The Creeks, Cattawbas and Ojibeways,
The Senecas, Peorias and Crow's,
Who sunk beneath the burden of their
How few remain of all these valiant
That peopled once oar prairies and the
They are "the victims of expan
sion and evolution .-
PROFIT OUT OF LOSS.
The recent severe rain storm
seems to be over We cannot ac
curately determine the damage
done to the grain, but it is great.
The question now is, how to han
dle it that the loss may be reduced
to a ' minimum. -
I will not undertake to discuss
the methods that should be pur
sued for the remainder of the har
vest, but 1 hope men of larger ex
perience will give the farming pub
lic the benefit of their ideas".
That to which I wish to call at
tention is lhe finding of a market
for the bleached wheat, which will
make good seed but will not go into
the breadstuff market. My thought
is that quite a large amount could
be placed with the California rais
ers for seed. It is very beneficial
tn the wheat culture to change seed
occasionally. The Willamette val
ley wheat has, I presume, the fin
est berry in the world.
If there could be prompt organi
zation by. our wheatgrowers whose
crops have . been damaged and . a
few active, intelligent and . reliable
men sent to California with sam
ples, large orders for seed wheat
might be secured.
I am sure that the transporta
tion companies and warehousemen
would serve the farmers at a very
ow figure. I remember that they
did so in 1883 when we had to
bring seed from California.
For lhe eastern part of the coun
try possibly a market for seed could
be found in the Dakotas.
The business head of the Grange
organization would be very efficient
in a move of this kinds. The state
fair meets soon , and ; final action
could be decided upon there.
To accomplish anything in that
direction the ' move must be intel
ligently directed in harmony with
In any event I think it would be
well for the farmers to endeavor to
prevent the mixing of different
kinds of wheat.
A thorough canvass of the feed
markets of the coast would be in
order from San Diego to Skagway
Tne government is using a lar ge
amount of feed. I presume it is
supplied by contractors. Their
purchasing agents should be com
municated with. I am not certain
what kinds of feed are used, but
no . doubt some will feed. Of
course, there will be much dis-
rcussion about stall-feedine beef cat-
fattening hoggj etc which isall
ht- X wish to call attention to
the possibilities of finding a mar
ket for the better qualities of bleach
ed wheat, and hope it may result
in bringing out some good and bene
ficial ideas. - J. D. Lee.
OPTIMIST AND PESSIMIST.
The varied climatic conditions of
late .have emphasized most forcibly
the sudden changes that man's na
ture is subject to. It is most won
derful what a pacifying influence
a ray of Bunshine will have on a
man. If the weather is dark and
gloomy. the elements battling aud
the raiu pouring in blinding sheets
it is but the nature of man to turn
sullen and' perhaps just a little des
pondent. But when the sunbeams
break through the dark clouds,
when the elements cease their bat
tling and the war-clouds" seem to
beat a hasty retreat far over the
diltant horizon, then does man be
come happy, he can again smile
joyously and all nature takes up
the glad refrain with him.
Then this too, brings up the two
classes of men, taking man in
general, for the above alludes to
certain sets of men. There are
those who never see the bright side
of things. Such a man always
wears dark spectacles, figuratively
speaking. Everything is dark to
him. He sees nothing bright,
nothing good, nothing beautiful.
He does not seem to realize that
there is anything joyous in the
world, or that there is any pleasure,
about him. The other class of
men are those who see the gaily,
the pleasure, the beauty and the
bright, joyous side of life. While
the one continually has the "blues"
and is unhappy, the other knows
naught of such an ailment and is
ever happy. The one is ever dis-
contented and makes those about
him so, while the other is ever
contented and makes it a pleasure
for his many friends to meet him.
The one does but little good for
himself of his neighbor, ?hile the
other benefits himself and those
about him by his existence.
Of course it takes all kinds of peo
ple to make a world, yet there are
many people who are eyer subject
to the "blues" who could easily rid
them selves, of the disease and
make it far more pleasant for them
selves and those who come in touch
with them. We have but one life
to live and if we do not enjoy it,
deepest regret will shadow our
grave. "Eat, drink and be merry,"
is an old, old adage, yet it is a good
one, and the wear of ages serves on
Iv to make it all the brighter and
Thomas Rhoads, Centerfield, O.
writes: !'I have been a sufferer with piles
for seven or eight years. No remedy
gave me relief until DeWitt's Witch
Hazel SaWe, less than a box of which.
permanently cured me." Southing, heal'
iug, perfectly harmless. Beware of imi
tatiens. Graham & Wells. .
Real Estate for Sale.
Three lots in Seattle, Wash., 10 lots in
Baker City, Or., 5 acres at Mt. Tabor,
Portland, Or., 2 lots at Portland, Or.,
12 lots at Newport, Or., 7 lots at South
Newport. Or., 3 lots at Toledo Or., 4 lots
San Francisco, Cal., 40 acres in Arizona
and 6 lota in Corvallis. Inquire of -
MRS, J. MASQN,
Third and Monroe ia. Corvallis, Or,
Notice For Publication.
Land Office at Oregon City, Ob.,
July 12, 1899.
Notice is hereby given that the following-named
settler has filed notice of his
intention to make final proof in support
of his claim, and thai, said proof will be
made before County "Clerk of Benton
County at Corvallis, Oregon, on Angnat
26, 1899, viz: 1
WILLIAM E. JONES,
H. E. 11,909 for the NE SE SE M
SE K. SW. V SE-V and SE SW of
Sec 30, T13 J3, R7W.
He names the 'following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of, said land, viz: Marion
Hayden, Jasper Hayden, - Thomas , J.
Childs all of Alsea, Oregon, and William
J. Howell, of Corvallis, Oregon.
CHAS. B. MOOEES, Register. ,
The E )4 of Sec 25, Tp 10 S, K 6 W,
containing 360 acres; price, $1,300.
Terms, $800 cash; balancer mortgage.
Apply at this office. .
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wasting- diseases, all effects of self-
abuse, or excess ana indiscretion.-
A nerve tonic and
blood builder. Brings the
ink glow to pale cheeks and
restores the fire of youth.
iBv mail SOc per box. 6 boxes
for $2.50; with a written guaran
tee to cure or refund the money
Send for circular. Address,
NERVITA MEDICAL CO.
Clinton & Jackson Sts., CHICAGO, ILLS
"For sale by Allen & Woodward drug
gists, Corvallis, Oregon.
Specialists for Men
them BhnlcUn hve lMcn
curing num .uu in.
tracted ailment, aince 1881.
They hxv. the largeet mod
best equipped medical in
ititutian, and the moet ex
tensive practice in the U. &
NO Pay Tin Cared. ,
Vnfortunatt men who can
not call ehould write for ad-
fise and pnrat noac
ESTABLISHED IT YEARS.
An letten oonfldentiali Jfo Chsrs for CiunlUtl).
Tboiuauda cured at
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Large Eighth Medium
f-"s Job Press, --
ibis press has recently been put m
first-class condition and is a bargain for
anyone wishing to purchase such a press
at a reasonable figure. For particulars
address this office.
44.33 acree, known as the Felger Mill
property, one mile west of Philomath, in
Benton county. Good residence, out
buildings and orchard. Fine place for
flouring mill. $1500 will take it. $250
cash, balance on ten years if desired at
8 per cent interest. This is a bargain.
Enquire of Geo. -F. Eglin, Corvallis,
Or., or F. M. Johnson, Booms 13 and 14
Sherlock Building, Portland, Or.
POSTS and SHAKES.
Go to Butler for best quality.
The Coon Sawmiix,
A good grocery business. Enquire at
Digests what you eat.
It artificiall vdizests tbe food and aids
Nature in strengthening and recon
structing the exhausted digestive or
gans, it is the latest discovered digest
ant and tonic No other preparation
can approach it in efficiency. It in
stantly relieves and permanently cures
Dyspepsia, indigestion, - Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
all other results of imperfect digestion.
Prepared by E. C. DeWltt A Co.. Chicago.
Craham & Wells.
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Our New Fair Stock Now Arriving.
. You can't cure dyspepsia by dieting.
Eat good wholesome food and plenty of
it. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests food
without aid from th stomach, and js
made to cure. Graham & Wells. -
For Sale. .. -260
acre stock farm adjoining
limited outran ee on the west, and eood
schools, churches and the Belknap settle-'
ment on the east. . Also 130 acre farm,
good cultivating land. Address
M. S. Woodcock,"
Administrator, Corvallis, Oregon, -
De Witt's Little Early Risers expel
from the system all poisonous accumula
tions fiom the stomach, bowels, and fiver.
and purify the blood.. They drive away J
disease, dissipate melancholy, and giv
health and vigor for the daily routine
Do not grips or sicken. Graham & Wells.
For Sale. , -Gasoline
engine, two-horse power, in
good condition, cheap. Also one Win
chester rifle, 40-82 calibre. At Cor
vallis Harness Factory. . ,j , --.-, .
" " S. A. Hkmphiix.
De Witt's Little Early Risers benefit
permanently. Thy lend gentl . assis
tance to nature, causing no pains or
weakness, permanently curing constipa
tion and liver weakness. Graham & Wells
v J. D.MANIfrop.
Successor to I. D. Campbell.
The business will be .conducted, at the,
old stand, and will be enlarged and grad-
aally developed into a general housefur--
nishing establishment.. We will take
second-band goods in' exchange lor oiew.
Agent for Imperial bicycles and Charter
Qak btoves. - Give us a call and watch
this space. J. D. IAiiN.' ;
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For further information, apply to . .
GEO. F. EG1.IM, Agent, Corvallis, Or,
C. O.TERRY, W. K. COMAN,
Trav. Pass. Agt Gen'l Atent.
124 Third St., Portland, Or. .
Notice for Publication.
- Land Optics at Roskburo Or.. Auo- 4. lsaa.
Notice is hereby triven that the following-named
settler has filed notice of his intention to make final
proof in suoDort of his claim, and that mid nrrurf
will be made before Virgil E. Waiters, county clerk
oi oeiium county, uregoq. at uorvallis, urecron, on
. 1 II inn. 1 -
ticpk iUi xowt via;
JOHN M. OILMAN,
on n. E. No. 8191. for the NW1 NE1, NE1 NW1,
Sec. 26: T. U S.. K. 7 W. V
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon aud cultivation of said
ana, viz: J aire L,. Howard, Ed Williams, Silas A.
inarp, Samuel W. Kay, alt. of Dusty, Oregon.
J. T. BRIDGES, Register.
Kxecntor'g Sale oCBeal Estate.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned exec
utor of the last will and testament of- Kliz&hath A
Beach, deceased, pursuant to an order of the County
Court for the State of Oregon, for Eenton county,
made on the 6th day of May, 1899. and duly entered
in Probate Journal No. 8 of said Court on pa-e 203
c. rn., wiu on Miuraay, tne itna aay or September,
1899. between the hours of 9 o'clock in the niorninv
and 4 o'clock in the afternoon of that day, towit: At
1 o'clock p. m. at tbe court house door in-Corvallis,
Benton county, Oregon, offer for sale at public auc-
muu w ui. iut;u wiuusr lur cann in nana an toe in
terest that said estate of Elizabeth A. Beach, de
ceased, has in and to tbe following described real
property to -wit: . . , j -
Commencing at theSW corner of Lot No. Sec
tion 29. Tp 11 B. R 6 W. Willamette Mer... th.
north 23 degrees, 20 minutes, west along the line of
the ell of the donation land claim of Johnson Mulkev
10 roas, tnence west lu rods to tne county road,
thence southerly following to the east side of the
county road 16 rods, thence east 81 rods tn the niu.
ui uvcuiiuug, in sei-tun courov, uregon.
Alse the S Wi of the NE 1-4 of Sec. IS, Tp 11 S,
R 6 W, WilL Mer., in Benton county, Oregon, be
longing to said estate subject to the approval and
confirmation of the County Court of Benton county,
Oregon, to pay charges, expenses of administration
and claims against said estate, and for distribution
of proceeds thereof , after payment of such charges,
expenses and claims, under the provisions of the
will of said deceased.
Dated this 17th day of August, 1899, Corvallis, Or.
Executor last Will and Testament, of Flinfc.M, A
Beach, deceased. -
In pursuance of a Decree and Order of Klo ,n.
deiwd in the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for
the County of Benton, on April 13th, 1899, in the
case of P. P. Harrjs, plaintiff, vs. G. A. Waggoner
Wilhelmina Waggoner, The First Natioual Bank of
Corvallis, located at Corvallis, Oregon, et al, defend
ants; which Decree is recorded on pages thirty-eight
to forty-six inclusive, in Book No. 19 al th r,,.i
of said court and which Deere so recorded is hereby
referred to and made part of this notice, and under
said decree and the execution issued thereon and
now in mv possession, I will offer for sale and sell as
the law directs, at the front door of the county
court house of said county, in Corvallis, in said
county on .
TUESDAY, the 19th Day of September, 1899,
at the hour of two o'clock, p. m of said day, th
real property described in said decree, viz: Lots
Three and Ten in Block One: lots Three, Four. Nine
and Ten in Block Two; lots Four, Five, Six, Seven,
Eight and Nine in B'ock Six; lots Four, Five, Six,
Seven, Eight and Nine in Block Eight, all in N. B.
Avery and P. Avery's Addition to the Oitv of C.nr-
vailis, In Benton county, Oregon; to satisfy and pay
the i v - jJ sums of money named in said decree to
said i. "indant The First National Bank of Corvallis,
and t-.- jst said defendant G. A. Waggoner.
Da; J at Corvallis, Oregon, this the 17tk day of
Augu.;, A. D. , 1899.
Sheriff of Benton county, Oregon.
Ladies' Shoes for Fall
Dilley The Fixer
is now prepared to do all kinds of bi
cycle repairing, enameling, varnishing,
etc. 'Besides being a champion "fixer
of the Willamette valley, he carries a full
line of hicycle sundries and supplies.
"His shop is the headquaretrs for t wheel
men. Bay him a visit.
A diseased stomach surely undermines
health. It fulls the brain, kills energy,
destroys I he "nervous system,' and predis
poses to insanity and fatal diseases. All
dyspeptic troubles are quickly cured by
Kodol Dyspepsia Care. Its ingredients
are-such that it cau't help curing.
What tnight.have been, "-if that lit-
tle couek had'nt been neglected is the
sad reflection of .thousands of con mi ra
ti ves. One Minute Cough Cure cures
coughs and colds. Graham & Wells.
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- Notice of Final Settlement.
Notices herehv erlven Mint 1 . u
administrator of tbe estate of Alice A. Bcal, de
ceased, has filed .his- final account in said estate
and chit .'the county court of Benton county'
Oregon, has; appointed and fixed Saturday, Oct.?'
1899, at ten o'clock a. m. . of thai: ri&v ,v,a ,;,'.
and, t the court room in county court house in
the city of Corvallis, Benton county, state of Oregon
as the . place for the hearing of objections tosaid
iui.i .-vuuimuu uup ?cement tnereoi.
-OSted Aug. 161899. - -
VJi .t:la' ". V '- W.A. BEAL,
AUninilLralnr in- trtA h atato r,f i n,, a t i
Notiee for Publication.
. Linn Office at Oregon Citt, Orboox,
- . J - !4.' r -August 18. 1899.
Notice is hereby eiven thatth fiiinvfnr.n.n.i
settler ha filed notice of his 'intention to make final
proof in support of his claim, and that said proof
Will be made before the Himntv marl. i .......
vyuiiiy, a worvauis, Oregon, on "October 2, 1899.
SAMUEL H. PETERSON.
on H K No'. "9710, for' th SW1-4 SW1-4 and Lot 4
Sec. 14, T J3 S-R 6 W. He names the following
Witnesses te Drove his. enntirmn
cultivation' of said land, vis: Frank Bennett, Thorn
ton Lrmaaters, and Grave A. Peterson all of Inavale.
Oregon and Peter Bickard, of Corvallis, Oregon.
' - CHAS. B. MOORE8, Register.
Southern "California heme to trade for
Corvallis property. Enquire at Howell's
, Bents and Collections. '
Houses- to rent, rents . to collect,
good farms and stock ranches to sell.
Thomas Egun & Son,
- t For Sate.
Good'KdWg-r driving horse. ' En
quire of Miss Lizzie Beach, Corvallis, Or.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Lackanip, Elston, Mo.
write: "One Minute Cougk Cure saved
the life of our little bay when nearly
dead with croup." Graham & Wells
Change, or Tiara.
Effective Junev18, trains 6 and 6 on the
C. & E. E. R.,. commonly known as
"front trains" will only Make three
round trips per week between Albany
and Corvallis, leaving Albany on Mon
days, Wednesdays and Fridays at 6:05
p. m. ; returning leave Corvallis on Tues
days, Thursdays and Saturdays at 6:40
a. m.. - - --
Gun-shot wounds and powder barns,
cats, bruises, sprains, wouads front rusty
nails, iasect stings and ivy poisoning,
quickly healed by Da Witt's Witch Hazel
Salve. Positively prevents blood poison
ing. Beware of counterfeits. DeWitl'a
is safe and sure. Graham & Wells.
The following is the list of letters
remaining in the Corvallis postoffice
for the week ending Aug. 19, 1899:
Apger, G W Riggs, Joseph
Butler, Mrs Lottie Ross, H E
Davis, Mrs Maud Smith, Miss Maud
Savage, C A
Staley, Mrs M
Taylor, James I
Taylor, Elder Jas T
Jack, Adrian F
Peterson, E P
Porter, W. P.
Prindel, H M
B. W. Joiinsos, P. M.
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d Laaies, i ou was Be Bcautiiui, no matter who yon aro or waai yonri
g disfigurements may be yon can mako yourself as handsome as any lady ia thai
iana Dy tne use ot .
Dr. Bourdon's French Areeaie Complexion tTafcra.
Used bv men tho results are equally
Large box li.oo or special order of six
j under plain cover on receipt of the abovo amount. Write for Cireular. tree.
b THE 2?-A.HISIJa.H- 3DHTjrr CO., (.
$ 131 Montgomery Street, San Fraucjfca.
Traiaiag School for
- Good Positioa.
Normal Course Quickest and Best Way to Sttte Certificate
. Expeasea for Year S130 to flW
or Board $2.50 to J3.00 per week; Tuition , 86.25 per term of ten week, 'all tana begin Sep
tember 19th. Summer term, June 27 September 1. ; For catalogue, address, " '
W. A. WANK, Secretary of Faculty, P. I. CAMPBELL, Praai4eat
DR. JAS. A. HARPER
Office la Wklteaera Block
THE CITY SHOE SHOP,
At North Malm St.
For Sale or Exchange.
One hundred aad eighteen lots, in half and whole.
blocks, in the original town of Newport, that health
ful and beautiful summer resort, in Lincoln county,
Oregon; same business lots; residence lots near the
principal churches, school bouse, and other resi
dences; also residence lots commanding beautiful
views of ocean and bay.
Five fractional blocks, south of and near the
State Agricultural College; all completely tiled,
streets thrown up and graded; beautiful, convenient
aud healthful for residence. '
Large dwelling, barn and outhouses, centrally
located on roomy and commodious grounds, in
Corvallis; will exchange for farm near Corvallis.
Twenty acres highly improved, all 'tile drained,
and in good state of cultivation; excellent roomy
buildings; about one-Jktiuth -anile from Agricultural
Large and roomy house and stable and lot in Cor
vallis. good residence, two blocks from the Cou r
House; high, rolling ground.
Eight nice residence lets, thoroughly til drained,
in Wilkins Addition to Corvallis.
One lot and hotel, The Vincent House, on Front
street, in Corvallis, centrally located. -
Seventy-three acres, 6 hi orchard, 1 in wheat,
balance in grubs, timber and pasture; situate west,
adjoining the Odd FeUows Cemetery, near Corvallis.
WIU exchanee the- 'town nronertv named for
suitable farm or acreage property; or will exchange
the acreage property described, for town property or
other farms or acreage; or will sell any or all of
said property on reasonable terms and time at rea
sonable rates and prices.
Al. . WUU11CUCK, -
A Paper of recognized merit and
We are 'SKowing
NOW ;Vvv"7: -;
and would like to havt your opinion on oar
selections. If we have done well, and picked
nut the goods you want and bought themcheap
enough so we can- sell them at prices you are
willing to pay we will get . your patronage.
We say "if ", but thara is really no "if " about
it. There' isn't the leoat doubt in our minds
that our new fall stock is all that it should be
in style, quality and price. There won't be
any doubt in your mind either when yon see
it The only chance wo run of losing your
trade, or that of any other ahrewd buyer, is
in your staying away. If you visit the store
you will buy sooner or later. .We invite you
to come confident that the visit will be mu
transparency and pellucid clearness oft
omuant eyes, boh an ff ", :
Even the COARSFST aad MOST RE- (
MOTH. BLACKHEADS. riHFL.C9. 1
favorable. Price small boa 59 cents. 1
larcc boxes Is.oo. Scat to aay address!
MonraoMtk, Oregon. ' t:
; ' "'
CORVALLIS & EASTERN
RAILROAD 1 1
Connecting at YAQTJINA itb tit
YAQUINA BAY 8TEAM4IKI1
- COMPANY - ,
. - ' ....
Grace Dollar ana laYarro
First-clasain avery roapact. . Ona.of '
ttibove teamerai'da.t aaU
'j from Yaquina about erary flva-
avxjamiD PAsajurou aooox-
; XOSATXOXB. - -
. Shortest route betwan vallay poiata
and San Francisco.
Fr : Albany -and point avwaat to .
' ' ; . . San .Fraaciaao . -
Cabin. ... . j ........ . t, , . v. i. . .10 00
Bound trip ....T. ... ....... 17 00;
For sailing days apply to.
.' .;;!' ' "- - EDW4N SlOat
H. L. Waldkn, .'; Mauagar.
. ' ;;. T.F. aP..;. . ... .
.v. H. H. CaoNiBB, AgaatvCorrailia.
Ccnrallis & Eastern Railroad.
Train lea vas Albany 12:50 p. m.
Uoryallia 1:45 p. m
"atrivea' Yaquina 5:50 p. m
Learaa Yaquina. . . .
Lea Yea- Corvallie
7:00 a. m
11:40 a. m
12:25 p. in.
Arrives Albany ....
3 For Detroit r
Leaves Albany ' 7:40 a. tn.
Arrives Detroit .... 11:55 a.m.
Leaves Detroit 12:25 p. ra.
Arrives Albany .... : 5:d5 p. m.
6Leaves .Albany. . ..." 6:05 p. m.
Ariiyes Corvallis.... " 6:55 p. m.
f5Leaves Corvallis .... 6:40 a. m
Arrives Albany .... 7:25 a. m;
One and two connect at Albany
add Corvallis with Southern Pacific
trains, giving direct service, to and
from ;vNewpoot , and. ''adjacent
'Na 6 runs from Albany to "Cor
vallis on Mondays, Wednesdays
apd Fridays 'only. '.. .
f No.--5 runs, from Corvallis to
Albanp on Tuesdays, Thursdays
and Saturdays only.
-Trains for tbe 'mountains arrive
at noon, giving ample time to
reach. -camping grounds on the
Breitenbush and Santiam river the
' H. L. Waldkn, Manager.
T. F. A P. A.
H. H. Cronisx, Agent, Corvallis.
B A S
GIVES THE CHOICE OF
TWO TRANSCONTI N ENTAL
' . ,via V .
TWO TRAINS DAILY.
LEAVE PORTLAND EVERY S DAYS
WILLAMETTE RIVER DlVISIOr
?rtland ad SaUnt. ..'
I tea seer Ruth, far Sal.ai Albany, ewailia aad '
way Waiais, learea Prtln4VTud, Thandaya
aad aaturday at 4. al. .Returaiug, leave Car:.
tallM Meadays, Waanwdsy 'and Friday at A. H
aTov faU lororaaatif call wkiUhn
M. M. Aaaaaa. Af ot 6. JK. V Oaiwallli. 1
Ofa, . .. -. r?iy' r'L
. aaatacao: . "
W. H. MVKLWRT.
; . ' c. an;i-',aaai Aaaa
BaVKLIn CAKI.HVt.C. - r : . . . .
wmmti m. mc. i, a ca .
Does a general an eonserratir kantiag
C. B. Cadthobm. 1 1 K. H. TatlorI '
CAUTHORN l TAYLOR
Dentistry of every description done in first
class inanner, and .. satisfaction guar- .
anteed. - t -
mwt m uiDSEfAr i spEciaiTt
Offiria aver Zlerolf 's grocery stora, oppoglr
the jxwt lnc',-CoriMtllis; Oregun. ....
THeS WHITEHOBJN, Prop.
W. H. UcBrayar and- Old Crow Wkia.
krya. '.WvjU WLiqKra.anl Cigarev
Oiwt Lauijdiy Go.,
,fr . ybiRT'X.Ja.lTX), OB.
All wkiU labor work guaranteed.
. lwkt laavas on- Tasdar and arrives
" Satacdaya.. J. D. M ANN, Agent, ;
- Secaad-Haaal Stare. I
G. R. FARRA, M. D.
OKce cornar Secaad ad Jeffertaa, .
ye Graham & Wellajf drugiitore.',
Itaaidanoa on Third : atret' ia frar t t
caurtaausa). i .. ' - -
.'OSMt kawis i t 9 it.'Bi., and I to s aad
7to a;ni. All oalla attended promptly.
B. F. JONES,
ATTORNEY -AT LAW,
y.' Toledo. Oregoin.
Will practice in all the courta oi the
G. P. MGLIH
EGLIN & SON
Do a leoeral tlnsineatn
-Ria Eatat and Insurance.
Office on Madison street west of First
National. Bank, Coryallis, Oregon.
23--; DR. BRTSOlTi
ATTORNEY -AT - LAW
OIHcs ia Zlerelf sslldlag.