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About Corvallis gazette. (Corvallis, Benton County, Or.) 1900-1909 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 29, 1901)
THt GORVALUS GAZETTE,
TUESDAY, JANUARY, 29, 1901.
THE GOVERNOR'S PLAINT.
Friends of Governor Geer will
be much surprised upon perusing
his late message to the legisla
ture now in session. Many pas
sages and subjects treated re
mind the reader more of a politi
cal campaign speech than a
seriously considered and thor
oughly digested state document.
It handles greafe questions and
vested rights as flippantly as
boys toss marbles or play keeps.
The substantial people of the
country, who have confidently
relied upon him to do the right
thing at the proper time, are en
titled to better things than the
disappointments revealed in
what should have been an able
state paper. State legislators
assembled in session, each de
sirous of pleasing and doing
something for his constituents,
are too likely to despoil the
rights of some other locality.
The governor, however should
ba impartial, and above all,
should not flourish the firebrand
which leads one section on to
spoliate or destroy what has
taken and cosfi others thousands
and thousands of dollars to build
up. Suoh action was not to be
expected of one mature in years
and occupying so imporSant a
Attention is called in that
remarkable document to the fact
that the state has bought 620
acres of land is Union county
for the purpose of building a
branch asylum thereon, and after
the supreme court had decided
that it would be unconstitutional
to erect the branch asylum on
the land, it has been urged in
some quarters that it would be
an act of justice and good polioy
to erect an agricultural college
oQ this tract of land. To con
vine the legislature that it
should move along in this line
we governoi calls attention to
the large resources of Eastern
Oregon; that it pays a consider
able portion of taxes; that muc&
of the school lands as well as
the agricultural college lands
were selected there, and that it
produces more than half of the
gold, sheep, and cattle exported
from the state. For just as good
reason he could as well argue
that an agricultural college
snouia De located m every court
ty in the state.
Again, he says, "An experi
ment made at the Station at
Corvalhs had as well been made
in Kansas so far as any fact has
been developed that will be of
any value in Eastern Oregon.'
This is a verv remarkable nhser
vatioa when it is considered that
tha sugar beet factory now
lucaiea in union county was
attracted to the state from tin
bulletins published and circu
lated broadcast by the Experi
ment Station at Corvallis. Thi
governor has certainly lost his
Deanng. continuing:, he says
"It will be well, therefore, for
you to Pive thoughtful flfrpntinfi
to the suggestion that the object
of the federal law providing for
the establishment of experiment
stations at the agricultural col
leges in the several states had in
mind the location of them at
different points in the same state
wnen tnougnt needtul or expe
dient." This is astonishing
when we find in Circular No. 20.
promulgated by the director
at Washington, D. C, of the ex
periment stations of the United
States, the following on the sub
ject of expenditures for experi
ment substations: "This de
partment holds that the expendi
ture ot funds appropriated in ac
cordance with the provisions of
me act pt congress of March 2,
1887 for the maintenance of per
manent substations is contrary
to the spirit and intent of said
the legislature of a state or terri
tory has given its assent to the
provisions of - the act of congress
of March 2, 1887, and has desig
nated the institution which shall
receive the benefit of said act,
it would seem to have exhausted
its powers in the matter. The
responsibility for the mainte
nance ol an experiment station
under said act devolves upon the
governing board of the iust tu
tion thus designated."
In short, tae burden of the
governor's plaint : that the
state has paid out of the taxes
collected ironi its citizens twen
ty-five thousand or more dollars
for 6:.o acres of land in UnioH
county, besides- considerable
sums for litigating the question
to convince Union county that
her ambition to move the asy
lum to that locality could not be
gratified. The land named cost.
the people of Union county no
mora proportionately than it
cost all other taxpayers of the
staie. Because Eastern Oregon
pays considerable taxes and pro
duces much is flo reason why
Union county, failing to secure
the branch asylum, should try
another and more doubtful ex
periment, by attempting to move
the Agricultural College or a
part tuereof from Benton county
to the land named in Union
county. Such a movement, too,
would undoubtedly involve the
state and many of her people in
long and expensive litgation,
which might not end shoit of
the supreme court of the United
States. And all this, simply to
convince the people ot Union
oounty and the governor that
the Agricultural College was not
intended to ba divided and be
come inefficient and useless.
The people of Benton county
with their private subscriptions
bough the farm on which the
college now stands and built the
college thereon and gave it to
the state in good faith and the
latter accepted it in the same
laith for the purpose for which
it is how used.
President ' Benjamin Ide
Wheeler's enthusiasm over col
lege athletics is fully justified by
the facts. It is undoubtedly
true that "athletics have done a
very great deal for our college
men," tha8 they do supplement
mental oulture, with a necessary
physical culture, and that it is
the element of sport aad com
petition that gives them their
value. No amount of merely
perfunctory exercises would fur
nish an adequate substitute;
To Prevent Smut on Oats.
A preliminary bulletin on the
prevention of smut 011 oats, has just
been issued by Prof. E. F. Pernot
of the Agricultural College. It
says many methods have been tried
for the purpose of killing the spores
which are attaohed to the seed oats,
and while some have been found
good, others are almost worthless .
An experiment in testing the best
and simplest method of sterilizing
seed oats, to destroy smut spores,
was oonducted this year at the col
lege. Seed which was known to
produce smutted oats, was treated
by various methods and sown in
The hot water method, if proper
ly performed, is very effective, but
if improperly or carelessly done
there is danger of attenuating the
spores instead of destroying them .
The water in this method is Bimply
a vehicle to convey heat, it has no
other virtue, so in order, to obviate
the necessity of so much apparatus
and trouble in drying the seed, one
sample was treated with hot air in
a .laboratory hot air sterilizer. The
temperature was raised to 200 de
grees F. aod maintained for ten
minutes; although this tempera
ture was too high, the table shows
that sample H germinated 90 per
cent of the seed. The plat sown
with this seed c mtained only one
head of Smut, which may have
come from one kernal of acci
dentally untreated- seed. In the
Willamette valley there are many
hop and fruit dryers, which could
be used for treating seed grain by
this hot air method at a slight cost.
The seed could be treated at any
time and stored until seeding sea
son, but it must be remembered
that seed which is treated for smut,
without their haviDg been treated
in like manner, because the meshes
of the fabric offer an excellent place
for spores to lodge, so that if the
sacks were not treated, reinfection
of the grain would occur. '
In treating the oats, they should
be spread in thin layers on tho
dryer trays, in order that all may
receive . the same exposure to the
heat. If they were placed in the
heater in sacks full, those in the
center would receive little or no
heating; or if they Were placed in
heater in large piles, it would .be
necessary to stir them continually,
as in roasting coffee or peanuts, in
order that they may receive equal
exposure to the heat.
It is a well recognized fact that
in all bacteriological work that
there is nothing known to be more
efficient in destroying germs and
spores than dry heat, so that the
advantages of the hot air methods
are: .? ,
First. That it completely de
stroys spores. , - .
Second. That it penetrates to
FOR GOLF RASH
Heat Rash, inflammations, itcbing, irritations
and chaflng3, undue or offensive perspiration,
and many otber sanative uses, nc ling so
cooling, purifying, and refreshing as a bath
with Cuticuea Soap, followed in the severer
forms, by gentle anointings with Ccticuca,
the great skin enre and pnrest of emollients.
Ccncirna SnArft beyond all doubt themoftrflVcUvv
cain pnrtfvinff and beautifying aoap.aa well aa the purest
ftn'I fwectot for toilet, batn, and nuraery. Sold thnroeh
out the wnrhi. Pottkb Hruo and Chem. Cobp., Sola
I'rop., Boaton. " Uot to Have Beautiful Bain," free.
all parts of the grain.
Third. That the seed is ready
for sawing immediately after treat
ment. Fourth. That there is 110. danger
of germination, mould, or decay, as
in the wpt method.
Next year an extensive experi
ment with different seed grains will
be conducted to test more fully the
virtue of hot air a a preventive of
It requires no experience to dye
with Putnam Eadeless Dyes. Sim
ply boiling your goods in the dye is
all that's necessary. Sold by Gra
ham & Wells.
Pianos and Organs for Sale.
Call at residence in Wilki; s Addilion
and see samples of high grade pianos
and organs just unboxed. Can give bar
gains on goods of the highest merit as
they are shipped "direct from the factory
thus saving middle men's profits and
giving tlie benefit of this economy to
patrons. All invited to inspect goods.
MoEDAUNT A. GOODKOUGH.
Good farm for sale 4 miles southwest of
Corvallis; Marys river is south boundary
line. A fraction over 90 acres; 50 acres
in cultivation; 8 acres iu hay, 12) acres
in fall wheat; rest plowed ready to sew
in spring. Good 2-story house 6 rooms,
1 pantry, 2 clothes closets, woodshed,
barn, straw shed, smoke house, youeg
orchard bearing, good well of water right
1 at door, 1 plow, 1 cultivator, 3 horses
and harness, 1 light rig, 1 new farm
wagon, 4 milch cows, some poultry: all
for ?3,600.- Well known- as the Frank
Davis farm. Mes Lydia Tayloh.
Persons desiring to locate on limber
claims tributary to the C. & E. R. R
would do well to call on or correspond
vi ith the undersigned. There isanam
ter ol first-class timber'clairns to be taken
up under the timber or homestead acts.
W. L. CLARK,
Gatf 3, Marioa Co-. Or. Locator,
A quantity of remnants
have accumulated during: our
Reduction Bale, consisting ot
Dress Goods, Silks, Velvets,
Satins, "White Goods, Muslins,
Tables, Linens, Ginghams,
Skirtings, Tickings, Prints,
Flannelettes, Outing Flannels,
Ribbons, Laces, Embroideries,
Curtain Nets, Etc. All will
be sold less than cost of pro
duction. They must be sold
before our new spring stock
Notice of Administrator's Sale f
In the matter of the Estate 1
of , y:
JameB Abraham, Deceased. )
Notice is hereby eirea that pursuant to-an order
of the countT court of tho state of Oregon for Mult
nomah county made and entered on the SOtta dav of
November, 1900, I will from and after the 7th day
. t... t. i . . ,J
iwn, praweu w sen at private sale
the following- described real property of said estate,
and all the nirht, title and interest which the said
James Abraham had therein at the time of his de
Beeinnina: at the auarter section enmr h.t.wfin
fractional sections 2 and 3, township 11 sonth, range
4 west Willamette Meridian, running thence south
48 decrees cast 14.90 chains, thence south 65 de
grees so minutes west 5.02 chains, thence south 20
degrees 10 minutes tist 17.S0 chains to the north
b.:bk of the Willamette river, thence following said
north bank of the Willamette river with the me
anders thereof in" a southwesterly course to the
southeast corner of lot 1 in fractional section 8 in
said township, thence north 37 minutes east 28.80
chains to the place t beginning, containing- 20.40
acres; also the northeast quarter of the southeast
quarter and Jot number 1 of. fractional section 3,
township 11 south, range 4 west of the Willamette
Meridian, containing 68.45 acres, save and excepting
the right of wa heretofore deeded to the Willam
ette Valley & Coast Railroad containing ahfmt. fi
acres, all situated in Benton -county, Oregon; also,'
vuu i uau v, bna iiiiunm uesurioeu real proper
ty: The north half of the southwest quarter, and
lots 3 and 4 in section 3, township 11 south, range
4 west, containing 78.80 acres in Benton county,
The tenr s of said sale are as follows: The entire
purchase price is to be paid in cash.
, - W. E. BURKE,
Adra r de boms non with thewill annexed of. the
estate of James Abraham, deceased, Portland, Or.
- Dilley Tlic Fixer
is now prepared to do all kinds of bi
cycle repairing, enameling, varnishintj
etc. Besides being a'chtmpitn "fixer
of the Willamette valley, he carries a loll
line of bicycle sundries and supplies.
Hid shop is the headquaretrs for wheel
men. Pay him b visit,
is well to remember that you
can cover Benton County
horougbly by placing
your advertisement in the
They get Proper Display, Proper Position
and Proper Treatment.
come to think "over it,
you can easily under
stand why somanyprem
nent advertisers place ads
in this paper.
Notice for PnhUc&tion.
U. S. Laitb Office
Origoh CrrT, Oedsos, Kov. 19, ISOO.
Kotice is hereby g:ivcn .that in compliance with tha
provisions of the act of Car :rress of June 8, 1578,
entitled "An act for the sale of timber lands in tha
States of California, Oregon, Kevada, and Washing
ton Territory," as extended to all the Public Land
States by act of Augusts iso2f
Of Fall City, county of Folk, State of Oregon, has
this day filed in this ofHce her sworn statement No.
5324, for the purchase of lot 3, S. i, N. W. V and N
K. J, S . W. yt of Sectien No. 2 in Township No. i S S
Uange No. 7 West, and will offer proof to show that
the land sought is more valuable for its timber or
stone than for agricultural purposes, and to establish
her el-vim to saial land before the Register and Re
ceiver of this office at Oregon City, Oregon, en
Thursday, tbe 14th day of Fobrnary. 1901. She
names as witnesses: Freeman W. Robinson, Lettte
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 Bio their claims In
this office on or before said 14th day of Feb., 1901.
, CHAS. B. MOORES.
Netlee for Publication.
TArrrs States Lass Cffics,
resell City, broron, Kov. 19, 1900.
Nctlee is hereby given that in compliance with
the provisions of the act of Congress of Jnne 3rd.
1878, entitled "An act for the tale of timber lands in
the states of California, Oregon, Nevada, and Wash
ington Territory," as extended toH the Public Land
atates ny act ol August 4, 1SC2,
LETTIS M, ROBINSON,
Of Fall City, county of folk. State of Oregon, has
this day filed in this office her sworn statement No.
5S28, for the purchase of tho N. E. quarter of Sec
tion 14 in Township No, 13 8 . Range No. 7 West,
and wiil offer proof to show that the land sought is
more 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 oifice 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 JJ. Robinson, all ot Fall City. Oregon,
Anyand all personsxlaiming adversely the above
described lands are requested to file their claims in
,uib umiv ca or Daure saia inn uay oz feoruary.
CHAS. B. M00RE8,
Notice for Publication.
Uhitkd States Lakv Office,
OreOB fity. Ortan Nn. 1st. 1QOO
Kotiee is hereby tfven that in compliance with the
provisions of the act of Congress of Jane S, 1878,
entitled "An act fer the sale of timber lands in the
States of California Oregon, Nevada, and "Wash
ington iTerritory," as extended te all the Public
uina stares oy act ol August 4. 1892.
CLAYTON T BLACKUAN.
Of Salem, county of Bfnrian. state nf Orpfmn
has this day tiled io this office his sworn statement
no. mu, lor tne purchase of the of Sectien
No. 14, In Tewnsaip No. IS range No. 7 West, ard
will offer Proof to show that the land aouirht is
more valuable for ita timber or atone than for
agricultural purposes, and to establish his claim to
said land before theregister and receiver of this office
at Oregon City, Oregon, on Tuesday, the 9th day
January. 1901.- He namea aa witnpaaes rtavilln M
Wilson, Robert A. Wilson, and E. V. Spencer, all of
juniiwu vjvunty, vregon, anu Den v. spencer
of Alsca, Benton County, Oregon.
Any and alljpersons claiming adversely the above
describod lands are requested to file their claims in
this office cn or before said 29th day of January,
1901. -si CHAS. B. MOORES,
Notice for Publication.
TJkitkd States Lasd Office,
Oregen City, Oregon, Dee. i, 1990.
Notice is hereby given that !n compliance with the
provisions of an act of Congress of June 3, 1878, en
titled "An act for the sale of 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,
THARLES D. TICE,
Of Fall City, county of rolk, State of Oregon, has
this day filed inthis office bis sworn statement No.
5333. for the purchase of the N. i N. W. 1-4, N.
N. K. 1-4 of Section So. 34, in Township No. 12 S,
Range No. 7 W.. and will offer proof to show that
the land sought is rrore valuable for its timber or
stone than for agricultural purposes, and to estab
lish his claim to said land before the .Register and
Receiver of this office at Oregon City, Oregon, on
Friday, the 8th day of March, 1901. He names as
witnesses: Michael Kynn, Trceman Robinson,
Peter Miller and Alvin Robinson, all of Falls City,
Anv and all neraona'nlftiminor adversely the abnvA-
described lands are requested to file their claims in
this offie? on or before said 8th day ef Karch 1901.
' C3AS.ja MOORES,
Will rent 200 acres of laud west of
Monroe and take part payrn,entof rent
in work and improvements on tiie place.
Address M. S. Woodcock,
Corvallis, Oregon. 1
Black setter dog, 7 months old, right
front foot white, hlacks spots, kair curly.
Disappeared Dec. 27. Notify me at
Philomath and receive reward.
C. A. Bareinger.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned execu
tor of the estate of Martha J. Kice, deceased has
filed his final account in said estate in the County
Court of tbe State ef Oregon, for Benton County,
fTtting in probate, and Saturday, the 9th Day of
Jebruary, 1901, at 10 o'clock a. ., 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.
Dates) January 11, 1901.
Charles E. Ricb,
Notice of Guardian's Sale of Real
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of an order
of tale and license from the county court of Clack
amas county, state ot 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, the 20th day of January. 1901,
at the hour of one o'clock p. m. of said day, at the
court house door in the city of Corvallis, in Benton
county, Oregon, sell at public auction to the high
est bidder, for cah 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 Benton
county, state of Oregon, said real property here
mbcore described being the property ofLeoF.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 sei tier has filed notice of his Intention
to make flcal proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before the County
Clerk of Benton County, at Corvallis, Oreeoii
on February 20, 1901, viz':
JOHN W. HYDE,
? E; : "-c,3 for the 1. 2. ond 3, Sec
tion 6 T. 13 S R. 6 W. He names the follow
ing witnesses to provehis continuous residence
upon and cultivation of said land, viz: James
Franklin, John Franklin, Mahlon W. Worth
Ington and Francis M. Spencer, all of Philo
math, Oregon, CHAS. B. MOORES,
Notice ior Publication.
Land Office at Okeoox Crrr, Oreoon,
v .1 t- ,. . . December 15, 1900.
riotice is hereby given that the following-mmed
itu Kuutuc u, Iua uiceniicn io make final
proof in support of his claim, an. that said proof
will be made before the r.ni,tiH, l Wb n..
fSI.ntJ; " Co""11'3. Oregon, February 4th,
IRVING E. GLEASON,
Father of Parson C. Gleason, deceased,
HE. No. 11,050 for the NEJ Section 20, T 13 S, R
He names the following witnesses to prove his
...uuuuo lcaluruuu upon ana cum ration of said
land. Viz.: T A Lcmaster and W H Parish, of Ina-
- i jicuuu ano ueo w Armstrong, of
Ftrn, Oregon. '
OHAS. B. MOOKFS, Register.
YEARLY to Cu stian -
M,Ul man or womaa to look
after our growing business iu this
and adinininor rinnnilnc. i ...
O w . OIL iia
lvlflnaoor ami J l ,
& can be dene at home. Enclose
self-addressed, stamped enveloce
for particulars to H. A. Sherman,
F General Manager. Pnnn "Rntui.
ing, opposite United States Treas.
K ury, wasliinutorj, D. C.
SOUTH and EAST
Southern Paoifis Company.
TH5 SHASTA ROUTE
Trains leave Corvallis for Portland
and way stations at 1:20 p. m.
Lv Portland 8 :3H a tit S :30 p m
I.v Albany 12:30 p m 10:50 p m
ArAshiand 12:33 ana 11:30 am
Ar Sacramento---5.o0 p m 4:35 am
At San Francisco. 7 :4o p m 9.30 a m
ArOgdeo 5:45 p m
Ar Denver -9:00 a fa
Ar Kansas City. -.7:25 It tn
Ar Chicago 7 :55 am
11 :45 a tn
9:00 ft m
7 :25 a m
9 :S0a m
At- Les Actefei-.-i r2n i m
7:00 a tn
9:55 ft ra
6!2i p a
6:42 a m
12:43 p m
At til Peso.. 6:00 p to
Ar rt n art 6 9 a m
Ar City of UtsiM B :65 a ta
Ar HnMfln i M m
Ar Ketv Orleans.. 6 :25 ft m
Ar waihlngtsn ..6:42 a m
aroew xorK I2:pm
PULLMAN AST) TOURIST CA1?S nn
both trains. Chair cars Saoratnento to
Ogden and El Paso, and Tourist cars to
Chicago, St Louis, New Orleans and
Connectine at San Francisco with ar-
eral weamship lir.ea for Honolulu, Japan,
China, Philippines, Central and Sonth
Sea F. E. FARMER, tmnt rlli.
station, or address
C. II. MARKHAM. G. P. A.,
E. H. TAYLOR
Dentistry of every description done In Srsi
class manner, and satisfaction guar
anteed. BROWN ND BH3D0E WORK & SPEDiALTY
Office over Zierolf 's grocery store, oppoj
MRS. DR. CYLTHIE RAMSEY,
Specialties Diseases of women and
children ; also deformities and all chron
ic and nervous diseases.
Occidental Hotel Monday, "Wednes
day and Friday, 1 :30 to 5 :'k) p. m.
B. A. GAT HEY, M. D.
Physician $ Surgeon
Rooms 14 in Bank Building.
! Office Hours
J 10 to 12 a, m.
! 2to 4p.m.
Residence: Cornet College and 8th Sit-.
Telephone at office and residence.
Corva'lis, - Oregon
L. G. ALTMAN, M. D.
Office Corser 3rd and Monroe streets
Hours 9 to 12; 2 to 5; 7 to 8; Sun
day 9 to 10.
Eesioknce Corner 3rd and Harrison
streets, Corvallis, Oregen. '
G. H. NEWTH
Physician -S vji) i
J. R. HARLAN
Residence in Block 30, Job's Addition,
Orders may be left at Graham & Wer
Notary.. Titles. CotrvEYANCTKG
JOS. H. WILSON.
Practice in all State and. Federal Court.
Office' inSTirot; National Bank BuiMinu.
Bryson f Woodson
ATTORNEYS - A T - LAW
Office in Postoffice Building.
' DR. JAS. A. HARPER
Cfflce ia Wbitehorn Blork
Does a general and conservative hankie,
If yon are looking for bargains in"
Stock, Grain and fruit farms
I have them. Ccme and see mem- art-;.- .-
my list. HENRY AMKLPP
Real ISstate Agent,
Philomath. Ren ton rnnntv r.A
. j , ""fiu.i.
THE DIRECT ROUTE TO
Mcnttmg, TJtahj Colorado
and all Eastern Points
Gives choice of two favorite routes, via
tne Union Pacific Fast Mail Lina, or
the Rio Grar.de Scenie Lines.
Look at the Time . .
iJi days to Salt Lake
2 4 days to Denver
3j days to Chicago
4 days to New York
Fres Rccliaing Chair Cars, Upfaelstored
Tourist Sittpisjg Cart, aad taUata
PH6C Sleepers, effentat a all
Por further Inforrat1i. mrrtte
GEO. F. EGLISr. Ajent, &!, 9r.
0. 6. TERRY, W. B. COMAK.
trav. Pass. Kgt. Oen'l Agwft.
124 Third. St., Portland, 0,
Corvallis 6 Eastern Railroad,
2 For Yaquina:
Train leaves Albany 12:45 p. m.
" " Corvallis 1:50 p. ta.
" arrive? Yaquina 6:45 p. m.
Leaves Yaquina.... 6:10a.m.
Leaves Corvallis.... 11:30 a.m.
Arrives Albany .... 12:15 p. m.
3 For Detioit:
Leaves Albany 7:00 a. in.
Arrlyes Detroit .... 11:20 n.
Leaves Detroit 12:10 p. ra.
Arrives Albany.... 6:45p.m.
One and two connect at Albany
and Corvallis with Southern 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
Breite'ibush and Santiain river the
If. L Walden, Manager.
T. F. & P. A.
II II. Croxise, Agent, Corvallis.
Salt Lake, Denver,
Ft Worth, Omaha
Kansas City, St.
Lottie, Ch i e a g e
9 p. m.
Walla Walla: Lew
istun. S p o k a ne,
Minneapolis, S t.
I'aol, Duluth, Mil
8:40 a. in.
All sailing ciaU'8
subject io change.
For San Franei9o,
Sail Doc. 3, 8, 13,
18. k.3, 28, & every
5 (ia s.
8 p. in.
4 p. m.
To Astoria & way
landing. Ex. Sun.
4 p. o.
8. p. m.
1 p. in.
Oiegon City, Kew
herg, Salem, ftnd
6 a. m.
4:80 p. tn.
? a. m.
Wiliarastia and Van
Oregon City, Day
ton & Way-land's.
3 :39 p.m.
6 a. in.
V,iS!a tile River.
Portland to Corval
lis & Way-land's.
d a y and
Kiparia to Lewis'n,
8:30 a. m
8-83 a. tn.
Jerseys for Sale.
For Sale Or.e of the fi
bulls, full blood, born last July,
soiia coior, gentle arret kind, will
register in the A. J. C. C.
Olo very fine full-blood Jersey
bull solid color, prominently amrk
ed, gentle and kind, bom .'une 18,
1899. His mother tested 6$ pr
cent, butter fat. Wiil register in
the P. C. C C.
Two nice full-blood Jersey heif
ers, solid color, well inarked, about
15 ninths old, gentle and kind,
registtnd m the A. J. C. C. Par
ties waning line rcg:rterfd Jersey
Btock will mips arcre chat.ee if they
fail to inv. Ftieate this omioriunifv .
to get fine Jerseys.
M. b. Woodcock,
Music Lessor. s.
Lessens given on the piano and organ
in a manner that trains the car, mind
and hands and favs years of ticidlesa
drudgery. M. A. Goodnoiqh.
Sutsciihe for this