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THE ECeiSlLIS GAZETTE.
TUESDAY, JANUARY, 22, 1901.
Csngresstuan Tongue secured
me Columbia nrer appropriation
.not only without the aid of the
Idaho and Washington deWa
tions, but in spite of their oppo
It is claimed that in dissuss
iug the amendments to the war
revenue taxes the senate finance
committee have dec'ded .to let
remain the stamps on tank
checks and remove the tax orf
express receipts, although no
iormai amendments nave
Daring the progress of build
ing the railroad eastward from
Yaquina bay the owners of tha
road made constant endeavor to
do everything they could to as
sist members in congress to ob
tain appropriations to improva
tha harbor, while the present
owners of the road seem to give
little care or attention to the
A prominent personaga with a
large fund of humorous opinions
recently suggested thafc a vast
army of the most able statesmen
from Florida to Alaska and
Maine to Oregon were gathering
around the legislative halls at
Salem to. advise the numerous
Oregon legislators what they
knew about electing United
estates senators, and to go into
caucus and vice versa.
The laws of the state of New
Jersey are so leniently framed
maintaining exceedingly low
rates of taxation, that large
nnanciai institutions are moving
the prinoipal part of their capital
larested from New York city
across we iiudsoa river into
New Jersey. The New York
Commercial estimates that the
difference in taxation between
wew York city and Jersey City
is five and one-eighth per cent
in favor of Jersey City.
The Oreoaian is atoning in
a small measure for tlm i
done Mr. Tongue ia the issue of
jauuary ist, wnen it said: "L,et
us give credit where credit is
due, but let us also give credit
to the Washington aHd Idaho
delegations at Washington for
uc onase ana Columbia river
appropriations. It these rivers
nowed through Oregon, we might
havft less to pat ourselves on the
back about." Before the ink
was. dry on the Oregoniaa of that
date, Cushman, of Washington,
made a speech in oengress in op
position to the River and Harbor
bill, in which he severely criti
cised the appropriation secured
by Mr. Tongue for the Columbia
river. This was sufficient to
show the people of this state to
whom it will be necessary for
them to look for improvement
of the Columbia, and the Ore
gonian made restitution by say
ing: "Representative Tongue
gave a good account of himself
Monday in his answer to Cush
man, of Washington, and re
flected credit on his district and
state. His most signal service,
however, was in rebuking the
mean-gpirited opposition in the
river and harbor work. Few
men in congress are more capa
ble in debate than is Mr. Tongue,
and as he had right) on his side,
his effort was not only creditable,
The election of Hon. Chas. W.
Fulton as president of the Ore
gon senate, promptly and with
dispatch, is creditable to that
body of gentlemen. Mr. Fulton
is not untried in that position.
When presiding Over the senate
at a previous session, he dis
charged the duties of the office
with ability and honor io him
self, readering prompt and val
uable service. Mr. Fulton has
made several tours of the ttnte. i
public campaigns and in him the
people found a forcible and elo
quent political speaker. While
Mr. Fulton, like all men in
politics, has taken some part
with factions, yet his course has
been suet as to enable him to
command the respect of his ad
versaries. In presiding over the
senate, he can maka himself
stronger with the people if he
shall rule and gaern that body
treating all factions with equal
favor and use his important posi
tion to unite discordant forces,
and promote and dispatch busi
ness. If, however, he shall dis
regard these important points,
favor one fact.ion mainly to the
exclusion of the others, aud re
tard business, he will retire from
this sission with less influence
than before. It is hoped that he
will take the broader view, mak
ing himself and his services mest
useful to the state, and his career
oae to be pleasantly remembered.
For Dairy Annex.
A dairy department or annex
is projected for the State Agri
cultural College. The inf-reasprl
interest in dairying make it nec
essary to provide come means for
turning out practical dairymen
and creamery men. It is under
stood that Dr. Withvcombe will
appear before the legislature aud
l f . .
- - i i r
ask lor such legislation as IS
needed to establish the proposed
department, says Friday's Tele
Upon the action of the 1 pens-
, . - .... . r a
laiure will depend a good many
matters of paramount interest to
dairying circles. A pure-food
and dairy law will be presented
by the legislative committee of
State Dairymen's Association,
which has for one of its objects
the fostering and forwarding of
dairying interests. Dr. Withy
combe's petition for a dairv an
nex to the State, College, and a
suitable appropriation for assist
ing the Dairy Commissioner in
carrying on his work. The dairy
ing interest have reached such
proportions during tha last year
as to command the attention of
the state senators, and some of
them are oleds-ed.
stood, to do whatever is in their
power to forward the interests of
dairying. Therefor, there is
every promise that the present
year will see great advancement
in the dairying business.
One of the great needs of dairy
ig ght now, dairymen say, is
experienced and practical men
who understand the business.
Such men can almost name their
own price. It is a business that
requires training the same as any
Other professional business.
Realizing this fact the Agricul
tural College proposes to estab
lish a dairying school and turn
out graduates for every branch of
Agent claim that a good num
ber of dairvine- - cows ar Ainr
shipped into the dairying belt of
Oregon, and that manv more
have been contracted for. The
scarcity of the milk supply is the
one thing that is keeping new
creameries from being establish
ed. A creamerv man mo-fif Titin
the slate over without being able
to get a guarantee of encmo-Ti
cows in any one district to run a
gooa-sizea creamery. If. the
milk supply, had been
enough during the past year, it
is not likelv , that
men would have been forced to
import butter from the East, nor
is it likely that the price of home
butter would have "been higher
than the Eastern price, laid down
in Oregon. During the coming
year tons of butter will, be con
sumed in Alaska, and unless
creamery men act oromDtlv mo
ol it will be supplied by Eastesn
nouses, l ne Orient stands. p
ing wide for more butter, "and
the proper steamer service i& in
sured from Portland, so that there
is no question of disnostTio- Af
the product after it ia mnmin..
tured. A laree number of fo rm
ers were put on the sunny side
of easy street duritig the last
year by engaging in the dairying
business, and tho same opportun
ities, it is-said, await all who en
gage in the industry in an intel
ligent manner this year.
Dillcy The Fixer
is now prepared ft) 6o all iinds of bi
cycle repairing, enameling, varnishing,
etc. Besides being a ehapion "fixer
ot tne Willamette ?aUey, be carries a foil
line ot Wcyele sundries and supplies.
Sis shop is the headquaretrs for wheel
tnen. Pay him a visit
Prunes at Retail.
Pine lot of first-class prnnes at retail
at the following prices: Italians, 6c per
pound; Silver pruneg, 8Kc; Petite
prunes, 3c. For sale by ,
D. C. Rose.
It requires no experience to dye
with Patnam Eadeless Dves. Sim
ply boiling your goods in" the dye is
all that's necessarv. finM n.
ham & Wells. " ;
The most effective skin pnrifying and beau
tifying soap, as well as purest and sweetest,
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 Pores.
Sold ernywliere. Pprria Daio Ann Com. Cor.,
Sola Prop., lloaton, U. 8. A. BriHah. depot: F. New.
MKT Bona, tendon. Uow to Cure I'implaa'fne.
The Light of the World
Our Savior in Art.
Cost nearly $1CO,000 to produce. Con
tains nearly 100 full-page engravings of
our bavior and His Mother by the world's
gieatest painters. True conies of ilm
greatest Siasterpieces in the art galleries
ol Jinrope. Jivery picture is as beauti
ful ae a sunrise over the hilltops. Con
tains description of the paintings, biog-
raphy of the painters, the names and lo-
cations of the galleries ia Europe where
tne originals may be seen. Also contains
a Child's Department, including a Child's
Story of the Christ and His Mother,
beautifully written, to fit each picture.
This wonderful book matchless in its
purity and beauty, appea's to crery
mother's heart, and in every Christian
home where there are children the book
sells itsell.. Christian men and women
are making money rapidly taking orders.
A Christian man or woman can iu this
community soon make $1,000 taking or
ders for Christmas presents. Mrs. Waite,
our agent in Massachusetts, has sold
over 3,000 worth of the books in a very
short time. Mrs. Sackett, our agent in
New York, has sold over 11.500 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 ef this century. "Write
lor terms quickly and -get the nianage
of that territoiy. You can woik on
salary or commission, and when you
prove your success we will nrnmnfn von
to the position of Manager and Corres
pondent, at a permanent salary, to devote
your time to attending to agents and the
correspondence. , V anted also a State
Manager to have charge of office ia Lead
ing City of the State and manage all the
business of the State. Send for terms.
THE BRITISH-AMERICAN CO
Corcsraa Building, Opposite
V. S. Treasury, Wasliingt on, . C.
Notics or Administrator's Sale vt
2d the matter of tLe Estate i
- of i
James Abraham. TiM.oq.x u .
- j v.! uwm-mis 01 wreson tor Mult-
aJSlSSu&Tf fc "M "'Private aal.
inH .n tuZ JS CT ..S'' P"Prt.T ot Baitteatate,
cetowit: ol hi de-
f J&Dg ? tt a"ter SMtio" corner between
48 degrees, met 14.90 chwjjs, thence south 55 de
859 "?'' 6 2 chains, thence south 20
J!?L ef.l?"S,1?!Jlta8 a,t"- ohains to the north
5 hL .? WiUamette A,et, thence following said
noi,bank of the Willamette rWer with the ine
ajsders thereof m a southwesterly course to the
, southeast coruei - ml lot 1 j fractional section S ia
, said township, thence orth 37 minutes east 28.80
chains to the place et : beginninsr, containins 20.40
acres; alse the northeast quarter of the southeast
quarter and lot number 1 of fractional section 3,
townshia ll south, ran ?e 4 west of the Willamette
I'l' ionta""g M . 45 acres, save and excepting
i ? W,' of.wa here-tofore deeded to the WUIam
etfe alley Coast I Uilroad containing about 5
acres, all situated u Jjenton countyi Oreffon; also,
the east kalf of th. fr jllowing described real proper
ij, ine narut baB; of the southwest quarter of
lots 8 and 4 na seetir n 3, township 11 south, ranee
Oregon.011 7a6? acrea Sett county.
The teraraot said saleareas follows: The entire
purchase pric us te be paid in cash.
.. . . . W. E. BURKE,
Adrar oVs-aoji'is non with thewill annexed of Oie
estate ot jases i .braham, deceased, Portland, Or.
1 quajitity of remriants
have accumulated during our
Keduction Sale, consisting ol
Dress Roods. Silks. Vulvas
Satins, White Goods, Mnslins'
Tables, Linens, Ginghams,
Skirtings, Tickings, Prints,
iiaauMettes, Outing Elannels,
Bibbonsv taces, Embi oideries,
Curtain 2(ets, Etc. All will
be sold less than, cost of pro
duction. They must be sold
before our new spring stock
Persons desiring to locate on- timber
Claims trilwtaO' to the C. & E. E. E.
WoaM do well ffe call on or correspond
ArithUie undfirsi.Tinrl. . There
bM M first-class iimlier claims o hafnfeon
tip mdor tha timber or homestead acta.
W. I CLARK,
GatesManoa Co.'Or. Locator.
is well to remember that you
can cover Benton County
horoughly by placing
your advertisement in the
They get Proper Display, Proper Position
come to think over it,
you can easily under
stand why somanyprom
rrent advertisers place ads
in this paper.
That's the Secret.
ftotlce for Pabllcatien.
U. S.Lakd Office
kegcx Crrr, Oareos, Kov. 19, 1900.
Notice is hereby (rfven that in compliance with the
provisions of the att of C3ii;rcss of June 8, 1ST8
entitled "An act for the sale of timber lands 'in tho
States of Califoicia, OregoO. Kevada, and VYashine
ton Territory," as extenJe.T to. all the Public Land
States by act of August 4, 1892,
Of Fall Citr. county of Polk, Stato of Oregon, has
this dav filed in this office hr sworn statement No
S324, for the purchase of loi 3, 8. i, N. W. and N
E. i, S. W. K of SectienNo. 2 in Townihip No. i3 S
Uanife No. 7 West, and will offer proof to show that
the land senht ia more valuable for its timber or
stone than for agricultural purposes, and to establish
her el-um to said land before the Kegistei and Re
ceiver of this office at Oregon City, Oregon on
Thursday, the 14th day of February. 1901. She
names as witnesses: Freeman W. Robinson, Lottie
M. Robinson, Michael Flynn and Albert N. Robin
son, all of Fall City, Oregon.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the above
described lands are requested to file their claims In
this office on orbeiore said 14th day or Feb., 1901
CBAS. B. MOORES.
fletfe for PnI)lleatioa.
UJnrae Stitss Lass Orim
Oregon City, Oneon, Kor. 19, 199R.
Ifatui. U t... .1.-.
the provision of the act of Congress of J one 3rd.
.oubicu au ac. lor in. eaie 01 tiraoer lamm iu
the states of California, Oregon, Kevada. and Wash
ington Territory," as extended to all the Public Land
States by act of August 4, leal,
LETTIE M. RORIKRDX
. A.J'. . J vl owite oi vregoa. naa
tbis day filed in this office her sworn statement No.
&OQ In. Ik. n.. W . .
nr TT.11 r-;t . i: ... . .
i"".w vi vno ... jc. quarter ol sec
tion 14 In Township Ho. 13 S., Range Ho. 7 West,
IMld Will r,ITa, nMnft.
.vv. w ruu. Liini. tue ibhu cengns 191
mors valuable for its timber or stone than for agri
cultural purposes, and to establish her claim to said,
land before the Register and Receiver of this office at.
Oregon City, Oregon, on Thursday, the 14tb dav ot
Februarv. lfifll. Kh. n.ma. ...rc..-i
-.j , . ... .VUW1U3UII, Dnuget riynn ana
Albert N. Robinson, all of Fall City, Oregon.
pwreuiia claiming aoverseiy tho above
described lands are requested to ale their claims in
190 ffiCe m r before Baid 14th of February,
CHAS. B. MOORES,
Notice for Publication.
Ukitib States Land Orricss,
Oregen City, Oregon. Nov, 1st, lMt.
notice is hereby given that ia compliance iritktHa
provisions of the act of Congress of June 3, SK.
entitled "An act for the tale of timber lands iufhn.
States of California, Oregon, Nevada, and Caeh
ington .Territory," as extended to all tho Puoliit
Land States by act of Augnst 4, 1892.
CLAYTON T BLACKMAN.
pi Salem, eonnty of Marion, state of Onegsn
has this day Had In this ofles bis sworn staietnenft
uib, ir tna purchase of the SWJ of oeutaan.
Ho. 14, in Township Bo. 13 U range Do. I Weao, and
will offer proof to show that the land songat ia
mo'o valuable for its timber or stone tban for
agricultural purposes, and to establish his claim to
said land before the register and receiver of offlco
at Oregon City, Oregon, on Tuesdav. the SStn day
January, 1801. He names as witnesses: Bovillo M.
Wilson, Robert A. Wilson, and E. V. Spepcer, all of
i "nIlwM wwini-y, uregon, ana lien v. spencer
of Alssa, Benton Countv. ommn
Any and all persons claiming adversely the above.
acaviincu wins are requested to Die taeir claims in
this office on or before said S9th day of January,
V11AS. O. MWK.9,
Notice for Publication.
Unitrd Statu Laxn Officii,
Oregon City, Orogen, Dea I, 1900.
Notice is hereby given that in compliance with, the
provisiom of an act of Congress of June 3, 1S78, en
titled "An act for the sale of timber lands in the
States of California, Oregon, Nevada,- and Washinr-
blll T.rritnnr " .. artaniful , .n .v. i: r '
J ...ui iaj ail .1! A LI1U
States by act of August 4, 1892,
CHAHT.FS n irrr-p
Of Fall City, county of Polb, State of Oregon, has
this day Bled inthis office his sworn statement No.
6333. for the purchase of the N. 4 . W. 1-1. N. i
Kacgo Ko. 7 W.. acd will offer proof to show that
the land sought is more valuable for its timber or
stone than for agricultural purposes, and to estab
lish his claim to said land before tho Register and
Receiver of this office at Oregon City, Oregon, on
Friday, the 8th day of March, 1901. He names as
witnesses: Michael Flynn, Freeman Robinson,
Peter Miller and Alvin Robinson, all of Falls City.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the above
described lands are requested to file their claims in
this office on or before said 8th dav of March 1901.
CHAP.JB. MOORES, "
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,
Corvallis, Oregon. :
. 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. Bakeikger.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Nottoe is herobv eiven tbxt
tor of the estate of Martha J. Rice, deceased has
filed his tnal account in said estate in tba County
Court of tho State of Oregon, for Benton County,
sitting in probate; and Saturday, the th Day of
rebraary, 19fl, at 10 o'clock a. m.. at the Court
nuuie in uorvams, uregon, is the time and place
fixed hy tho Court for hearing objections, if any, to
said flnal account and the settlement thereof.
Dated January 11, 1901.
Charles B. Rick,
Sate of Real
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of an order
of rale and license from the countv court of Clack
amas county, state of Oregon, made and issued at
the December term thereof, to-wit: on the 3rd day
of Doc., 1900, licensing me to sell certain real estate,
1 will on Saturday, the 20th day of January. 1901,
at the hour of one o'clock p. m. of ssid daj', at the
oourt houss door in the city ot Corvallis, in Benton
.Bounty, Oregon, sell at public auction to the high
sst bidder, for cash in hand, the following described
rail property, to-wit: Lot Ho. 3 in Block No. 7 in
Wxon's Addition to tho city of Corvallis, in Benton
oounty, 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.
Guardian of Said Minors.
Notice for Publication.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention
te make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before the Countv
Clerk of Benton County, at Corvallis, Oregon,
on February 20, 1901, viz: .
JOHN W. HYDE,
H. K. No. 11,053 lor Ihe Lots 1, 2, and 8, Sec
tion 6 T. 13 8,. it. 6 W. He names the follow
ing witnesses to prove his continuous residence
upon and cultivation of said laud, viz: Tames
Franklin, John Franklin, Mahlon W. Worth
ington and Francis M. Spencer, all of Philo
math, Oregon, . CHAS. B. MOORES,
Notice tor Publication.
I.AND Cfficb at Oregon Citt, Oregujt,
, ' . . December 15, 1900.
Notice is hereby given that the following-nuned
--. ' .......... v. ...o 4UKUI.UU w maae nnai
proof m support of his claim, an that said proof
will he made before the County Clerk of Btnton
iVlltt-rir a rVtrvallia rt . I. .1 ...
wo.; vi '
IRVING E. GLEASON,
Father ef Parson C. Gleason. deceased.
H. E. No. 11 fif.A fri tVi. Mfl Cm.U OA rnivo t
g A XO O, 1.V
He names the following witnesses to prove his
contm uous residence upon and. cultivation of said
vaie, Uenjamin F. Ireland and Geo W Armstrontr, of
m - - -e
CHAS. B. MOORRS, Register.
YEARLY to f!i-i sfin
alter onr growiBg buainees in this
and adjoining Counties; to act as
Manager and. Correspondent, work
u he done at home. Enclose
self addressed,- stamped envelops
fat particnlars to H. A. Sherman,
General Man iser, Corcoran Bnild-
hb, wpposne uniiea tatfs xreaB-
.. 1X7 I.: . ,
SOUTH and EAST
Southern Pacific Cempanv.
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Trains leave Corvallis for Portland
and way stations at 1:20 p. m.
Lv Portland -8 :30 a m
Ly Albany 12:30 p m
Ar Ashland 12:33 am
Ar Sacramento 6 .00 p m
Ar San Francisco-7 :45 p in
S :30 p m
10:50 p m
11:30 a m
9.30 a m
Ar Ogden 6 :45 p m
Ar Denver 9:00 a m
Ar Kansas City .7 :25 a m
Ar Chicago" 7 :55 a m
11 :45 a m
9 :00 a to
7:25 a m
9 :S0a m
Ar Los AageteB-.l .-20 p m
Ar El Paso.. 6:00 p m
Ar Fort AVerth 6 :86 a m
Ar City of Mexico 0 :B5 a ra
Ar Houston.. ....4 :09 a ra
Ar New Orleans.. 6 :2i a m
Ar Washington C:42 a tn
Ar New York 12 :43 p m
6 ;00 p m
4:00 a m
C2S p i
6 :42 a m
12:43 p to
PULLMAN AND TOURIST CARS, on
Ogden and El Paso, end Tonriet cars to
nicago, et ixiuis, jew urleans and
Connecting at San Francisco with sev
eral steamship lines for Honolulu, Japan,
China, Philippines, Central and South
Sen F. E. FARMER, azent a Corvullia
station, or address
C. H. MARKHAM. G. P. A..
E. H. TAYLOR
Dentistry of every description don in first
ciass manner, and satisfaction guar
CHDWH AND BRIDGE WGSK A SPECIALTY
Office over Zlerolf 's grocery store, opposlt-s
the post office, Corvallis. Oregon.
MRS. DR. CYITHIE RAMSEY,
Specialties Diseases of women and
children ; also deformities and all chron
ic and nervous diseases.
Occidental Hotel Monday, Wednes
day and n riday, 1 :isu to 5 :a0 p. m.
B. A. CATHEY, M. D.
Physician ? Surgeon
Booms 14 in Bank Building. .
(Office Hours f i""-""-)
2 to 4 p. m .
Residence: Corner College aud 8th Sts.
Telephone at office and residence.
CorvaMis, - Oregon.
LG. ALTMAN, M. D
Office Corser 3rd and Monroe streets
Hours 9 to 12; 2 to 5; 7 to 8; Sun
day S to 10.
Eesidekce Corner 3rd and Harrison
streets, Corvallis, Oregon.
G. H. NEWTH
Physician 3p Surge
J. R. HARLAN
Eesidence in Block 30, Job's Addition,
Orders may be le(t at Graham & Wor
JOS. H. WILSON.
Practice in lall State and Federal Court.
Offioe." in5,FirBt; National Bank Bnildinir.
Bryson Sr Woodson
ATTORNEYS -AT -LAW
Office in Postoffice Building;.
DR. JAS. A. HARPER -
Office la Wbitehom Blork
Does a general and conservative bankma
If you are looking for bargains in '
Stock, Grain and fruit farms
I have them. Come afid see me or write for
mvKat. BESST AHBLEB.
. Keul KaUte Agent,
. Philomath. Benton Countv, Oreffon.
OHD (11 IU)
THE DIRECT ROUTE TC
Montana, tftak, Golerado
and all Eastern Points
Gives choice of two favorite routes, via
the Union Pacific Fast lail Lin, or
the Rio Grade Scenic Lines.
Look at the Time . .
i days to Salt Iake
2 days to Denver
3 i days to Chicago
4 days to New York
Free Recliaing Chair Cart, Cpbalsterad
Tssrist stetpisg Cart, ac4 PfcOan
Palace Sleepers, cperetcd M all
For farther infer matlaa, applet
GEO. P. BGLI3I. Ajsnt, Camnh,
C. 0. TEttHY, W. Ti. COMAS,
Trav. Pass. Agt. Gm Ajtirt.
14 ?h?rd St., Portias, Or.
Corvallis Eastern Rated,
2 For Yaquina:
Train leaves Albany 12:45 p. m.
- " Corvallis 1:50 p.m.
" arrive? Yaquina 6:45 p. at.
Leaves Yaquina.. . . 6:10 a. en.
Leaves Corvallis. . . . 11:30 a. rn.
Arrives Albany .... 12:15 p. m.
3 For Detroit:
Leaves Albany 70 a. m.
Arrives Detroit .... 11:20 to.
Leaves Detroit 12:10 p. ra.
Arrives Albany .... 5:45 p. ra.
One and two connect at Albany
and Corvallis with Souiliern Pacific
trains, giving direct service to and
from Newport and adjacent
Trains for the mountains arrive
at noon, giving ample time to
reach ramping grounds on the
Breitenbush and Santiarn river the
H. L. Wat.den, Manager.
T. F. & P. A.
II U. Cronise, Agent, Corvallis.
Salt Lake, Denver,
Ft Worth, Omaha
Kansas City, S-t.
Louis, Ch i e a g a
9 p. in.
Walla Walla. Lew
8:40 a. ni.
All sailing dates
anbiect to hne.
For 8as Francisco,
Sitil Dec. 3, 8, IS,
18, 9, 28, & every
8 p m.
4 p. oi.
To Astoria & way
landing. Er. San.
4 p. m.
8. p. m.
l p. m.
6 a. ra.
Ojpjton City, KeW'
bei-2, Rs!fe6i, and
7 a. m .
WinaitiEtte ssd Tsa
Oitfion City, Day
ton & Way-limdra.
Willa ttts River.
PortUnd lo Crval
li& & Way-land's.
6 a. m.
EipaTia to Lewhi'a.
L Mit too
8" 35 a. tn.
Jerseys for Sale.
For Sale One f the finest Jttoy
bulls, full blood, bora lait July,
solid color, gentle and kind, will
register in the A. J. O. C.
Ote very fine full-blood Jemy
bull solid color, prominently nark
ed, gentle and kind, born Jane 18.
1899.' Hie mother tested Gi per
cent, butter fat. Will register in
the P. C. C. C.
Two nice full-blood Jersey heif
ers, solid color, well ma iked, about
15 months old, gentle and kind,
registered in the A. J. C. C. Par
ties wanting fine reg'stered Jersoy
stock will miss a rare chance if they
fail to inv. stieate this onnnrtnnitv
to get fine Jerseys.
. M.S. Woodcock,
Lessons given on the piano and organ
in a manner that trains the ear, mind
and hands and saves years of nctdleta
drudgery. M. A. Goodkoi gh.V
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