LUS GAZETTE. FRIDAY, JA5TJARY IS, 1901. REVISION IN TAX LA WS. There will doubtless be before the present legislature tax bills of many forms and descriptions. The leading thought in revising our present tax laws should be to reduce expense in the assess ment and collection of taxes; to rlivpcr trip low nt triflt tiAtu'nrl- and niinutia of detail which seem utibusiness-like and cumbersome to the transaction of any other kind Of business. The making of numerous copies of tax rolls should be done away with. It is a relic of the old fee system, born of an idea to prevent much work for officers who could draw large fees for making so many oopies. Where is the business house or concern which copies its books in full every time a few of its patrons become delinquent? Tha blank made out by the tax payer and assessor, containing a true lis of all taxable property of the individual, together with the original tax roll, should be all the tax-roll copy necessary to afford the basis on which to col lect the taxes and should be treated as a public record for that purpose. And instead of making delinquent tax rolls at stated per ' iods a seperate and distinct col umn should be ruled in the mitr- . iual roll in which the amount of all delinquent taxes should be extended by the tax collector, when the taxes become delin quent. The -treasurer should be made the tax collector in the first instance as well as to collect the taxes after they beoome. de linquenS. He should ba vested with full power and authority to selL and convey property to satis- . A, x IV the tflW. if nnt nai1 xt tlia J -J - fJlAAKJ. u j iuy property owner before becoming delinquent. Tne expensive method of riding over the county to make personal levy upon and post notices on lands to ha snlrl for taxes shotild be abandoned as a superfluous relic of former times. The law should be marie so that within a year or two after lands are sola for taxes the pur chaser can bring suit fo perfect ine uue Bo tne land, making all interested persons party to the . suit, and aftes obtaining a de cree, sell the lands there - nnrW The services of the sheriff should be eliminated with all matters pertaimng o-. the collection of taxes, letting those duties de volve entirely upon the treasure er, for the reason thab the Wi. ness of the treasurer is to receive and disburse public funds, asd there are noother duties requiring him to be away from his office, while the sheriff has many duties to perform taking him away from his office, perhaps a a moment . when it is important for atten tion to be wholely given to re ceiving taxes. The county court, consisting of County Judge and Commissioners, should consti tute the board of equalization, and the sessions of this board at any time before taxes become delinquent should afford oppor tunity for any person'wrongfully assessed, to apply and have the error properly corrected. The present law, making the assessor. touniy ciern and county judge a board of equalization, is peculiar to say the least, for it makes the assessor the judge to pass upon and render judgment upon the efficiency of his own work. There is no "other similar instance in he whole field of our jurisprud ence where such a peculiarity is permitted. Supporters of a wise protective tariff meet the same old weapons wherever it is proposed to apply the principal to a new industry. The democratic assault upon the beginnings of the tin-plate in dustry was especially savage. Yet that branch of manufacture in the United States today is of immense extent and value. At the present time democratic in vective and rjdicule are directed at the ship-subsidy bill intended to revive -and build up our mer chant marine. This industry in Europe is subsidized and encour aged in every possible material way, yet. tue democratic party i contends tuat it is robbery and favoriteisui to aid pur own ship ping, though it has been cut down by protected competition to an,, insignificant total. The methods that have developed our foreign trade and our rnaQufac lacturvs will be equally effective I when applied to our merchant shipping. St. ';' Louis . Globe- Dauiocrat. ' What the Dads Did. Theoity council met in regu lar sesion Monday 5 evening. Mayor. Crawford presided, and the following councilmen an swered roll-call: Avery, Wil banks, Nolan, Henkle, Smith, Heckart and Kline. The most important item of business was the fixing ofthe tax levy. . For general municipal purposes 5 mills was. voted.. A contest arose when it was proposed to levy a two-mill tax for.sireet purposes. An amendment wa9 offered mak ing the levy one mill. Avery, Wilbanks, Nolan and Henkle voted for, and : Smith, Heokart and Kline against' the amend ment. When the motion was put as amended, ; Hays entered and voted against it, making ; a tie. Mayor, Crawford favored the two-mill tax, but as the mat ter, was presented his only choice was one mill or nothing, and he voted for the motion. The bill of H. C. Watson for services as attorney for the city in the Water Case was again brought before the council. Last February, -ir. Watson presented a bill for $300, but the oouncil referred the matter to the finance committee , -and they - reported that $100 was a proper fee. , Mr. Watson declined this offer. . The matter is how in the hands of the above committee, and they have asked for time to consider itl The city attorney was in structed to draw up an ordinance repealing the bill-posting ordin ance. . . . A petition for a hew sidewalk in Chase's Addition was referred to the street committee, and. a petition for an ; electric light at the M. E. church, South, to the fire and water committee! The liquor license bond of Kirk & Wiley . .for ' six months was approved. , . . , Bills, " amounting to $328.85 on the general fund,, and $18.30 on the street fund, were allowed. Woodmen Entertain. No further evidence 19 wanted of the popularity of the local or der of Woodmen of the World, than the large -audience which responded to the invitation to attend an entertainment given by the lodge at the Opera House, Monday evening. The guests were met at the door by mem bers and heartily welcomed, while others of the order acted as ushers. The program con sisted x selections, both vocal and instrumental, oa the phono graph, while views were thrown upon the screen by a stereopti con. These consisted f por traits of prominent officers of the order, model Woodmen lodge rooms, the Dusty band in uni-, form, pictures of numerous de gree teams, scenes from the Col umbia river, and dissolving views,, making a delightful en tertainment. Some pertinent remarks concerning the Order and its work were made by Or ganizer C. E. Campbell, of Den ver, Colorado. Something New. Just published by the Southern Pacific Company is a pamphlet upon the re sources of Western Oregon, which in cludes an excellent map of) the state, and contains information on climate, lands, education, etc., existing indus tries end their capabilities. Attention is also directed to such new fields fcr energy or capital as promise fair return. This publication fills a need long ex perienced by Oregonians, in replying to inquiries of Eastern friends. Copies may be had of local- agent of the Southern Pacific Company, or from C. II. Makkhak, G. P. A., Portland, Oregon. Southern California. Notable among the pleasures afforded by the Shasta Route is the winter trip to Southern California and Arizona. Re newed acquaintance with this Bection will ever develop fresh points of interest and added industries, in its prolific vege tation and among its numberless resorts of mountain, shore, valley and plain. The two daily Shasta trains from Port land to California have been recently equipped with the most approved pat tern of standard and tourist sleeping cars, but the low rates of fare will still continue in effect. Illustrated guides to the winter resorts of California and Arizona may be had on application to C H. Markham, G. P. A.," Portland, Oregon. PREVENTED BY The most effective skin purifying and beau tifying 6oap, as well as purestandsweetest, for toilet, bath, and nursery. It strikes at the cause of bad complexions, red, rough hands, falling hair, and baby blemishes, viz., the clogged, irritated, inflamed, over worked, or sluggish Pokes. Bold twrwheiw. Pottib Dho xwn Ctnu. Onr-... Sol Props.. Bourn, V. f. A. BrltUh dopol: F. Nw. SKIT ft ckjjfft, iMudou. "llfnrtoCurvtimplatfrae. The Light of the World or Our Savior in Art. Cost nearly $100,000 to produce. Con tains nearly 100 frill-page engravings of our Savior and His Mother by the world's gteatest painters. Trae .copies ' of the greatest Masterpieces in the art galleries of Europe.. Every picture is as beautf ful as n sunrise over the hilltops. Con tains description of the paintings; biog raphy of the painters, the names and lo cations of the galleries in Europe where the originals may be seen. Also contains a Child's Department:, including a Child's Story of the .Christ s and His Mother, beautifully written, to fit each picture. This wonderful book matcMess in its purity and beauty, .appeals to every mother's, heart, and in every' Christian home where there are children the book sells 'itself... Christian men and women are making money rapidly taking orders. A. Christianman or woman can in this community scon make $1,000 taking or ders for Christmas presents. Mrs. Waite, our agent in. Massachusetts, . has sold jjver $ 3,000 worth of the books in a very short time.' Mrs. ..Sabkett. eur agent in New York, has sold oVer $1,500 worth of books in a very short time. " The book is printed on velvet-finished paper, beauti fully bound in Cardinal Red and gold,. and adorned with Golden Roses and Lilies. It is, without doubt, the most beautiful book of this century. Write for terms quickly and'get the manage- of that--territory, Ton can work on salary or commission, and when you prove your success we will promote you to the position of Manager and Corres pondent, at a permanent salary, to devote your time to attending to agents and the correspondence. Wanted also a State Manager to have charge of office io Lead ing City of the State and manage all the business .of the. State. Send for terms. Address ' "' ' -' THE BRITISH-AMERICAN CO --.'" Corcoran Building, Opposite TJ. S. Treasury, Washington, D. C. Notice ef Administrator's Sale of Real Property. ' In the caiter of the Estate of . i James Abraham, Deceased. . h'atice is hereby siren that pursuant to an order of the cou&tr court of tho state of Orecon for Mult nomah county made and entered on the 30th day of inovemDcr, mm, i win irom ana alter toe xist aay of February, 1901, proceed to sell at private sale the following described real property of said estate, and all the ri;ht, title and interest which (he said JaBlcl Abraaam had therein at the time of hit de cease, towit: Beginning at the quarter Sectioa comer between fractional sections 2 and S, township 11 south, rauge 4 west Willasaette Meridian, runninsf thence south 48 degrees eartt 14.90 chains, thence south 66 de grees 50 minutes west 5.62 chains, thence south 20 degrees 10 minutes east 17.&0 chains to the north bati of the Willamette river, -thence following said north bank of the Willamette river with the me-ande.-s thereof in a southwesterly cou.se to the southeast corner ef lot 1 ill fractional section 3 in said township, thence nortu 37. minutes east S3.80 chains to the place ef beginning, containing 20.40 acre ahftthe northeatt quarter of the southeast quarter and lot number 1 of fractional sections, town ;bip 11 south, range 4 west of the Willamette Meridian, containing- 58. 45 acre-, save and excepting the right of wi: heretofore deeded to the Willam ette Valley & Goat Bailroad containing about 6 aeres, all situated is Benton county, Orettii; also, the east half of .he followine described real proper ty: Tje north half of the southwest quarter of lots 3 and 4 m section 3, township 11 south, range 4 west, containing 73.60 acres in Benton county, Oregon. The terms of said sale are as follows: The entire purchase price is to he paid in cash. W. E. BURKE, Adni'r de bonis non with thewill annexed ef the estate ef James Abraham, deceased, Portland, Or. For Sale or Exchange. One hundredasd eighteen lots, in half and whole blocks, in the original town of Newport, that health ful and beautiful summer resort, in Lincoln county, Oregon; some business lots; residence lots near the principal churches, school; house, and other resi dences; also residence lots commanding beautiful views of ocean andbar. Five fractional blocks, south of and near the State Agricultural College; all completely .jtiled, streets thrown up and graded; beautiful, convenient and 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-fourth mile from Agricultural College. large and roomy house and stable and lot In Cor Vallis, good residence, two bl oikb Horn Cour House; high, rolling ground. Eight nlee residence lots, thoroughly tile drained, in Wilkins Addition to Corvallis. One lot and hotel, The Vincent House, on Front street, io Oorvallis, centrally located. ' Seventy-three acres, 6 in orchard, 18 In wheat, balance in grabs, timber and pasture; situate west,' adjoining the Odd Fellows Oemeterj, near Corvallis. Will exchange the "town property named for suitable farm or acreage property;, or will exchange the aereage property described.for town property or ether farms or acreage; or will sell any or all of said property on reasonable terms and time at rea sonable rates and prices. M S. WOODCOCK, Corvallis, Oregon. 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 bicycle sundries and eupplies. Bis shop is the headquaretrs for wheel men. Pay him a visit. Prunes at Retail. ' Fine lot of first-class prunes at retail at the following prices: Italians, 6c per pound; Silver prune, 8e; Petite prunes, 3Jc. For sale by D. C. Kose. It is well to remember tha you ' can cover Benton County Jhoroughly by placing your advertisement in the azette They ; get Proper Display, Proper Position V ' ' and Proper come to think over it, you can easily - under stand why so many prom -nent advertisers place ads in this paper. That's the Secret. Notice for Publication. - TJ. S. Lard Officb .V" Oregos City, Orxsok, Kov. 19, 1900. Notice is hereby given that in compliance with tha provisions of the act of Congress of June S, 1878, entitled "An act for the safe of timber lands in tho States of California, Oregon. Nevada, and Washing ton Territory," as extended to. all the Public Land States by :act ot August 4( 1892, - . BRIDGET FLYN-N, f Of Fall City, county of Polk, .State of Oregon, has this dav filed in this office, her sworn statement No. 5324, for the purchase of lot 3, S. i. N. W. yt and N. En i, 8 . W. V of Sectian No. 2 in Township No. i S S liange No. 7 West, and will offer proof to show 4hat the land sought is more valuable for its timber or stone than for agricultural purposes, and to establish her el-vim to Baia land before the Register and Re ceiver of this office -at Oregon City, Oregon, on Thursday, too 14th day of Fobruary. 1901. She names as witnesses: Freeman W. Robinson, Lettle M. Robinson, Michael Flynn "and Albert N. Robin son, all of Fall City, Oregen. Any and all persons Claiming adversely the above described lands are requested to file their claims in thfa office on or before said 14th dav of Feb., 1901. CHAS. B. MOORES. Register. Rctlee for Publication. , USITBB STATBS IiUTJ) OFFZOS, Oregon City, Oregon, Nov. 19, 1900. Notice is hereby given that in compliance with tho provisions ot the act of Congress of J one 3rd, 18T8, entitled "An act for the cale of timber lands in the states of California, 'Oregon, Nevada, and Wash ington Territory," as extended to all the Public Land States by act ot August 4, 1898, LETTIE M. ROBINSON, Of Fall City, county of Polk, State of Oregon, has this day filed in this office her sworn statement No, 5323, for the purchase of the N. E. quarter of Sec tion 14 in Township No. 13 8 , Range No. 7 West., and will offer proof to show that the land sought is snore valuable for Its timber or stone than for agri cultural purtiOses, and to establish her ctaim to said land before the Register and Receiver of this office at Oregon City, Oregon, on Thursday, the 14th day of February, 1901. She names of witnesses: Michael Flynn, Freeman W. Robinson, Bridget Flynn and Albert N. Robinson, all of Fall City, Oregon, ' Anyand all persons claiming adversely the above described lands are requested to file their claims in this office on or before said 14th dav of February. 1901. . " CHAS. a BOORRS, , . V Register. Notice for Publication. TJnitxd States Lakb Officb, Oregen City, Oregon, Nov, 1st, 1900. Notiee is hereby given that in compliance with the provisisns ef the act ot Congress of June 8, 1878, entitled "An act fr the sale of timber lands in the States ef California, Oregon, Nevada, and Wash ington territory," as extended ta all the Public Land States ky act ef August 4, 1892. CLAYTON T BLACKHAN. Of Salem, ceunty of Karion, state of Oregon, has thia day filed in this ofSce his sw.ra statement No. 6315, for the purchase of the SWV of Section No. 14, In Tnwnship No. 13 si range No. T West, and will effer proof to show that the land sought is more valuable for its timber or stoeo than for agricultural purposes, and to establish his claim to said land before the register and receiver of this office at Oregon City, Oregon, on Tuesday, the 2Sch day January, T901. He names as witnesses: Deville M. Wilson, Robert A. Wi'son, and E. V. Spencer, all of 1.1. it.a . .. .. . wunt-j, vregon, auu lien v. spencer ,of Alsea, Benton County, Oregon. Any and all persons claiming adversely the above desciibed lands are requested to file their claims in this office on or before said 29th day of January, 191- . . CHAS. B. MOORES, - - . - Register Notice for Pnblicatiou. Usitkd Status Land Office, Oregen City, Oregon, Dec. 10, 1900. Notice is hereby given that in compliance with the provisions of an act of Congress of June 3, 1878, en titled "An act for the sal ef timber lands in the States of California. Oregon, Nevada, and Washing ton Territory," as extended to all the Public Land States by act of August 4, 1892, CHARLES D. TICE, Of Fall City, county of Polk, State of Oregen, has fi!ed office his sworn statement No. 6333. for the purchase of the N. N. W. 1-4 N i N. K. 1-4 of Section No. 34, in Township No. 12 8, Range No. 7 W.. and will offer proof to show that the land sought is more valuabla for its timber or stone than for agricultural purposes, and to estab hsn his claim to said land before the Register and Receiver of this office at Oregon City, Oregon, on Fiiday, the 8th day of March, 190L He names as witnesses: Michael Flynn, Freeman Robinson, Peter Miller and Alcin Robinson, all of Falls City. Oregon. . . ' Any and all persons claiming adversely the above described lands are requested to file their claims in this office on cr before said 8th dav of March 19M. C3AS. B. MOORES, i - Register, 99 Treatment. For Rent. ;.' Will rent 200 acres of land west of Monroe and take part payment of rent in work and improvements on the place. Address . M. S. Woodcock, Administrator, Corvallis, Oregon. Strayed. Black setter dog, 7 months old, right front foot white, blacks spots, ltair curly. Disappeared Dec. 27. Notify me at Philomath and receive reward. C. A. Bakeinger. Notice of Final Settlement. Notloe is hereby given that the undersigned execu tor of the estate of Martha J. Rice, decsasei, has filed bis tnal account in said estate in the County Court of the State ef Or-igen, for Benton County, sitting in probate, and Saturday, the 9th Dsy ef February, 1901, at 10 o'clock a. sm., at the Court House in Corvallis, Oregon, is the time and place fixed by the Court for hearing objections, if any, to said final account and the settlement thereof Dated January 11, 1901. Charles E. Rice, Executor. Notice of Guardian's Estate. Sale of Real Notice is berebv given that by virtue of an order of sale and license from the county court of Clackr amas county, state of Oregon, made and issued at the December term thereof, to-wit: on .the 3rd day of Dec., 1900, licensing me to sell certain real estate, I will on Saturday, t o 20th day of January. 1901, atthehourof one o.jock p. m. of said day, at the court house door in t he city of Corvallis, in Benton county, Oregon, sell at public auction to the high est bidder, for cash in hand, the following described real property, to-wit: Lot No. 3 in Block No. 7 in Dixon's Addition to the city of Corvallis, in Bentou county, state of Oregon, said real property here inbefore described being the property of Leo F.Cook, Thomas O. Cook and Hazel Cook, minors who are under the guardianship of the undersigned. Dated December 21. 1900. MINNIE COOK, Guardian of Said Minors. Notice for Publication. Notice is hereby given that the following Darned settler has filed notice ef his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the County Clerk of Benton County, at Corvallis, Oregon, ou February 20, 1901, viz: JOHN W. HYDE, H. E. No. 11,053 for the Lots 1, 2, and 8, Seo tion 6, T. 13 8 R. 6 W. He names the follow ing witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon end cultivation of said land, viz: James Franklin, John Franklin, Mablon W. Worth ington and Fraueis M. Spencer, all of Philo math, Oregon, CHAS. B. MOORES, Register. Kotice for Publication. Land Officb at Oregon City, Or soon, necmtwr 11 lono Notice b hereby given that the followlng-nuned settler has filed notice of his intent ion to make final proof in support of his claim, an that said proof will be made before the County tlerk of Btnton 1901, vie ' IRVING E. OLEASCN, Father of Parson C. Gleason, deceased, H. E. No. 11,660 for the NEJ Section 20, T 13 S, B 0 W. Ho names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultiration of said land. Viz.: T A Lemasterand W H Parish, of Ina vale, Benjamin F. Ireland and Geo W Armstrong, of Fern, Oregon. . . CHAS. B. MOOKKS, Register. $900. YEAELY to Ci. -stian 11 man or woman to look after our growing business in tbis and adjoining Connties; to aet as Manager and Correspondent, work w can lie done at home: Enclose 1 self-addressed, stamped envelops tj ior particulars to a. A- Sherman, m General Manager, Corcoran Build- 3 ins, opposite United States Treas- m Lury, Washington, D. Ci - J k;tLa'rk4fc;s&jfeAjkltkj SOUTH and EAST VIA Southern Pacific Company. THE SHASTA ROUTE Trains leave Corvallis for Portland and way stations at 1:20 p. m.- Lv Portland 8:3( a m S :30 p m 10:50 p m 11:30 am 1:35 am 9.30 a m Lv Albany 12:30 p m Ar Ashland 12:33 a m Ar bacramento 5 .00 p m . Ar Ban Francisco-7 :45 p nv Ar Ogden 5:45 p m Ar Denver -9 :00 a m Ar Kansas City 7 :25 a m 11 :45 a m 9 :00 a m 7 :25 a m 9 :30a m Ar unieago 7 :65 a m Ar IO Angeles---! :20 pm Ar El Paso .6:00 p ta 7:00 a m 6:00 pm 6 :90 a m 9 :56 a m 4:00 a m 0:25 p ai 6 :42 a m 12:43 p m Ar ort wertn 6 :80 a m Ar City of Mexico 0 :65 a rn Ar Houston 4 :C0 m Ar New Orleans-. 6 :25 a m Ar Washington ..6:42 a m Ar Iew York 12 :43 pm PULLMAN AND TOUEIST CAES on both trains. Chair ears Sacramento to Ogden and El Paso, and Tsarist cars to Umcago, 6t Louis, lSew Orleans and Washington. Connecting at San Francisco with sev eral steamship lines for Honolulu, Japan, Ulnna, rinlippines, Uentral and South America. gen F. E. FARMER, agent a Corvallis station, or address C. IL MARKHAM. G. P. A.. Portland, Or. E. H. TAYLOR DENTIST. Dentistry of every description don in firsi ciass manner, ana satisfaction guar anteed. - GROWN AND BRIDGE WMKA SPECIALTY Office Over Zierolf 'a grocery store, oppos'' s me post omce, uorvams. uregon. MRS. DR. CYITHIE RAMSEY, Osteopathist SPECiALTiES-Diseases of women and , children ; alsodeiormitiesandallcjiron ic and nervous diseases. Occidental Hotel Monday, Wednes day and iriday, 1:30 to 5:30 p. in. B. A. GATHEY, M. D. Physician Sj- Surgeon Rooms 14 kl Bank Building. Office Honrs to E 12 a.- m. p. m . Residence: Corner College and 8th Sts. Telephone at office and residence. Corvallis, - - - Oregon L G. ALTMAN, M. D. Office Corier 3rd and Monroe streets Hoims 9 to 12; 2 to 5; 7 to 8; Sun day if to 10. Residenqe Corner 3rd and Harrison streets, Corvallis, Oregon. . G.'H. NEWTH - Physician Swgem PHILOMATH, OREGON. J. R. HARLAN Veterinary Surgeon Residence in Block 30, Job's Addition. Corvallis, Oregon. Orders aiay-be left at Graham & War tliam's drugstore. Kotaht. Titles. OoKVETAHciea. JOS. H. WILSON". ATTORNBT-AT-tAW. Praotioe in 'all State and. Federal Court. Offlee' inpiret! National Bank BaHdmr. Bryson Sr Woodson ATTORNEYS -AT -LAW Corvallis, Ore-'on. Office In Fostoffice Building. BR. JAS. A. HARPER DENTIST OlOe In WMtehorn Blork GorvalUs, Oregon TiiEFIESTFfiTlfllLEP OS" Corvallis, Oregon. Does a general and' conservative banking business. TO HOIVIESECKERS. If yon are looking for bargains in Stpck, Grain and fruit Farms Z have them. Ccme and see me or write for my list. HENRY AHB1VER, - Heal Estate Agent, Philomath, Benton Ccnnty, Oregon, Box QUi (ill IP) ''EAILHOAB . ' THE DIRECT ROUTE TO Moatana, tTtah, Golerado and all Eastern Points Gives choice of two favorite routes, via the Union Pacihc Fast Mail Line, or the Rio Grande Scenie Lines. Look at the Time . . . days to Salt Lake . xyi days to Denver 34 days to Chicago 4 days to New York - Pre Reoliaing Chair Cars, U(b0tarc4 Tvnrtst S!eep1n Cars, aa4 PbD Palace Sleepers, operated m all trains. For further infotmatiaa. apptyta GEO. f. EG LIS!, Aprttt, Comtlls, Or. C 6; TERRS', VT. 8. COMAS, Trav, Pass. Agt. Genl ARnt. 114 Third St., Portland Or. Corvallis & Eastern Railroad, TIME CARD. 2 For Yaquina: Train leaves Albany 12:45 p. m. " " Corvallis 1:50 p. m. " arrive!" Yaquina 6:45 p. m. 1 Returning: Leaven Yaquina.... 6:10a.m. Leaves Co-vallis. . . . 11:30 a. m. Arrives Albany ,,. . . 12:15 p. m. 3 For Detroit: Leaves Albany 7:C0 a. m. Arrives Detroit, ..... 11:20 1. no. i Returning: Leaves Detroit 12:10 p. rn. Arrives Albany 6:45 p. m. One and two connect at - Albany and Corvallis with Southern Pacific trains,-giving direct service to and from Newport and adjacent beaches. ; ;' ' . . Trains for the mountains arrive at noon, giving ample time to rt-ach camping grounds on the Breitenbush and Santiam river the same day. Edwin Stone, H. L. Waluen,. Manager. - T. F. & P. A. II. II. Cronise, Agent, Corvallis. DKPARt TIME SCHEDULES. AEHrva Salt Lake, Denver, Ft Worth, Omaha Kansas City, St. Louis, Chieage and East. Atlantic Express 9 p. m. Fast Mail 7i00 p.m. Walla Walla. Lew iston. Spokane, Spokane Fiver 6:00 p.m. Minneapolis, St. I Spokane - Flyer 8:40 a. in. ram, Uuiutn, Mil waukee, Chicago, and Fast. Ocean SUamshics All sailing dates subject to change. Far Sah Franeisfo, Sail Dec. 3, 8, 13, IS, iZ, 28, & every 5 days. 8 p. m. 4 p. m. Daily Ex. ban. 8. p. m. Saturday, 1 p. Di. Columbia Rhrer Steamer. To Astoria & way landing. 4 p. m. Ksccept Straday Wiiiiii!tta.(tim. Oiegen City, New lrg, Salem, arid Wy-lfiiidina. 6 a. m. Ex. Sun. 4tS0p. m. Exeept Sunday 7 a. m. Tcpsday Thursday and S aturdfty Willamette and Tan I Rivers. i Sb p.m. Monday and Oregon City, Day-i ton & Way-land'eH Friday. 6 a. iu. T oeeday, T hnrsd'y . and SaturdV Wiila die River. Cortland to Corval lis & Way-land's. 4:30 p.m. Monday, and Friday. Leave Elpaiia 3' 85 a. tn. Daily. Snake River. Rip&rla to Lewis's. Leave L ptlttca Daily 8:80ft. nt MR. THAYER, Local Agent. Jerseys fcr Sale. For Rale Oco of the finest Jersey bulls, full blood, born last Joly, solid color, gentle and kind, will register in the A. J. O. C. Oie very fine full-blood Jersey bull. solid color, prominently mark ed, gentle and kind, born June 18, loan i-r ... . . . " 1000. niB moiner tested t$4 per cent, butter fat. Will register in the P. CO. C. Two nice full-b!ood Jersey hw'f ers, solid color, well marked, about 15 months old, gentle and kind, register d in the A. J. C. C. Par ties wanting fine rcg:ttered Jersey stock will rriifs a rare chance if they fail to invtstigate this opportunity to get fine Jerseys. M.S. Woodcock, Corvallis, Ore. Music Lessors. Lessons given on the piano and organ in a manner .that trains the ear, mind and hands and eaves years of needless drudgery. M. A. Coodkocgh. Subscribe for this paper.