TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 5 1P1 SJ?0WZ) REMEDIED. One of the fundamental prin ciples and obligations which the people of a community take upon themselves in the formation of county governments is that all will contribute equal portions of taxes, according to the assessed value of the property of each, forming a general fund, which shall be used in the payment of the running expenses and public improvements ot the whole cotm ty. Out of this fund the bridges and free ferries in the north end of a county are paid for, which are used for the benefit of the people of the north end, and the people of the south end derive but little benefit therefrom. The bridges and free ferries in the south end are also paid for out of the same fund, and they are seldom used by the people of the north end. It is expected when the improvement is made that the citizen of the south end will receive nearly all of the benefit threfrom. In like manner the public improvements in the east and west ends of the - coun ties are made and maintained. Except in Benton county, this fundamental and equitable prin ciple Is continually violated The bridges and crossings all over Benton county are made free to all her citizens, except as to tne people ot Oorvallis pre cinct Thus far they have been required to pay toll across the river at Corvallis, when thev have ever since the organization ot the county government freely and gladly paid one half the taxes required to make all the bridges and ferries in the county r a- ii i . e 10 an ner citizens, it is time that we understand how long shall continue the viola' tion of this solemn and equitable compact between the citizens of a county who are entitled to the ame equal sights and justice; which should be so fairly admin istered that all can enjoy the same privileges. The habit of contending that a rank injustice should continue because, it once existed, shows qualities not always found in a large and gen erous .condition of mind. We trust that these wrengs will soon oe remedied. . Two years ago the legislature passed a law reapportioning this state. Under this apportion ment Benton county was given one senator and one representa tive. A bill has been introduced in the present legislature which provides a representative' for Benton and a joint senator be tween Linn and Benton. ' This scheme woald certainly be un just to this county.1 If the con stitution will permit, each coun ty, no matter how small should have at least one senator and one' representative," the balance of representation to be divided be tween the larger counties. This would be a wholesome restraint I in preventing the large counties irom entering into unholy alli ances or consenting to divide up already small counties. Tf T.inn could get the representation of Benton, sne would no doubt cut off and annex to Linn as many pieces from Benton as she de sired. Benton would soon be wiped off the map. - A large portion of the people of Oorvallis precinct seldom use many Of the bridges over the streams in the distant oreHurt of the county, although some of them cross the Willamette river at Corvallis every day and many of them cros3 frequently," con stantly paying toll for the triv- ilege. Is it equitable or just to me people ot Corvallis precinct to eause them to pay ferriage forever, when they have freely paid palt of the cost of making all other crossings in the county free? - It requires . no experience to dye who ruinam j&aaeiegs uyes sim ply boiliDg your goods in the dye is till that's necessary. Sold by Gra ham & Wells. Ltx ftn -uaress delivered re- hsCA.. 4.1. . fess, Dr. James Withycomba, of the 0 A C, made tjie -'following encouraging prophecy 'regarding Oregon and her future: - The activity of our people and their wonderfal achievements ac complished along commercial and industrial lines at the close of the nineteenth century, will pale . into insignificance when compared with the future. The intensity ot effort to develop the natural resources of the state will surpass the dreams of the most sanguine. New markets will be sought and captured; our fertile lands will be transformed into highly cultivated fawns, yielding returns that would seem incredible to the average farmer of today, these rural homes will be peopled by a con tented, thrifty and intelligent 1 population; primeval forests will awakea to the ring of the axe, the song of the saw and the whistle of' Hie log train: this lumber, unexcelled for many purposes, will be floated on the high seas, in unparalleled quan- ties, to every market in the civ ilized world; the stored-up ener gy in our immense coal deposits will be utilized; fafltories and foundries will spring up en every hand, giving remunerative employ ment'to our skilled arti sans, and mountains will give up their countless millions of the precious white and yellow metals to contribute to the pleasure and luxury of our people. With these splendid achievements wiil come phenomenal development along all lines tr agricultural pursuits, prominent among which will be the- dairying in dustry. - Obituary, Mrs. George Eglin. who died at her home in this city; of pleure-pneumonia, , had ' only been confined to her bed about ten - days although : her health had been poer for several years. Deceased was born at Dallas, Oregon, March 20, 1867, and was married to George F. Eglin in Albany, October .20, 1884. Her maiden name was Cynthia Ellen Mounts.; The immediate survivors ara the husband and four children; the mother, Mrs. Mary Hite; a brother, Lee Hite, and a sister, Mrs. Hadley; the latter three are all of Lnn county. Mrs. Eglin : was a kind and loving wife and mother, and aside from her husband and motherless little ones, leaves many sincere friends who will mourn her early death. - ' The fnneral services took place at the Baptist church and were conducted by Rev. Mark Noble. The remains were interred in Crystal Lake cemetery, Examination of Teachers for State Papers. Notice is hereby given that for the pur poseot making an examination of all persons who . may offer themselves as candidates for teachers of the schooled this county and state, the same being applicants for state papers, the countv school superintendent thereof will hold a public .examination at Corvallis, bei- ning at 9 a. m. Wednesday, February 13, iui, and continuing for three davs. The program is as follows: ' " Wednesday Penmanship, ,.0mDO8i-i tion, history, spelling, algebra, reading. lftiirsday Written arithmetic. thrr of teaching," grammar, book-keeping, English literature, civil government. ?V Friday Physiology, geoeranbv. men tal arithmetic, school law," physical . geography q . . - . I "ay xxjiany, plane geometerv. I general history, physics, psycholozy . . Dated this 5th dayol February, 1001. G. W. Dekman, County School Superintendent. Pianos and Organs tor Sale. Call at residence in Wilkins Addition and eee 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 thns saving middle men's profits and giving the benefit of this economy to patrons. All invited to inspect goods. , , MOBDAUNT A. GOOTJKOUGH. BO YEARS' EXPERIENCE A r-.-. u. ...... jrv Desions ' CaRVRHUrra JtV ftrt AsTOflt seadlitff a .Vntnh Mi aimi. .' ' VUUUVU It CI .DHL liamt affmo -rnr anm... u Sciennnc fltsericait oolaUon of any laiwiUflo iotunal! ; f oar moniiu. $L Tormi n & Co.B,B-M,ew York Branch Offloe. at t Bt, Wsahlogtoo. fc C. CHMf TENDER-SKINNED MEN Shave vUh CrnoiiSA Siiavin.i flrur, an, before cleans!. ho feo ruli on. a lH of Ci"n. CUBA Ointment, Ihe (reatukliiciire. WaalttHf wi tliCirricuHA Toilet Boa ami Hut W-itkh. Thi4 aiiuilo, i.iexiiemiive treatment will muka having a pleasuro mid oouifort to ihuat) Kill) lender. ioibjueU, easily Irritated akin. 8o!4thTmrlHntfftirnrM. Pom !, 4wi 0. Ooar.. SolePiei. Uution. " All About Uu aaia," Int. Jhe Light of the World - - " or f Our Savior in Art. Cost nearly $100,000 to produce. Con tains nearly 100 full-page engravings ot our Savior and Hia Mother by the world's gieateat painters. True copies ot the greatest Masterpieces in the art galleries of En rope. Every picture is as beauti ful as a sunrise over the hilltops.- Con tains description of the paintings, biog raphy of the painters, the nanus and lo cations of the galleries in Europe where the originals may be seen. Also contaius a Child's Department, including a Child's Story of the Christ and Hia Mother, beautifully written, to fit each picture. This wonderful book, matchless in its purity and beauty, appeals to every mother's heart, and in evciy Christian home where there are children the book sells itself. Christian men and women are making money rapidly taking orders. A Christian man or woman can is this community soon make $1,000 taking or ders for Christinas 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, haesold over $1,500 worth of books in a very short time.' The book is printed on velvet-finished paper, beauti fully bound in Cardinal Bed and geld, and adorned with Golden Roees and Lilies. It is, without doubt, the most beautiful book of this century.; Write for terms quickly and get the manage of that territory. You 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 bav charge of office in 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 . . V. S. Treasury, Washington, D. C Bargain. Good farm for sale 4 miles southwest of Corvallis ; Marys river is south boundary line. A fraction over 90 acres ; 50 acres m cultivation ; 8 acres in hay, 12)4 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, young orchard bearing, good well of water right at door, 1 plow, 1 cultivator, 3 horses and harness, 1 light rig, 1 new farm wagon, 4 milch cows, some poultry: all tor $3,600. Well known as the Frank Davis farni. . ' Mas Lydia Taylok. notice of Administrator's Sale of Reaf Property. Id the miter of the Estate ot James . Abraham. Deceased. Notice is hereby siren that Tinrsnnnt tn &n anI.. ot the county court of thoet&te of Oregon foriiult nonisa county made ana entered on the 30th dav of November, 1900, I will from and after the 7th 'day of March, 1901, proceed to sell at private cale the following described real property of said estate, and all the right, title and interest which the said Jan Abraham had therein-at the time of hia de cease, towit: m . ... Beginning at the ouarter section corner between fractional sections 2 and 3, township 11 south, range 4 west Willamette Meridian, running thence south 48 decrees east 14.90 chains, thence south 65 de grees 60 minutes west 5:82 chains, th; : ;e south 20 degrees 10 minutes east- 17 M) 4hn.ina '. nth. .nnrtV batik 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 S in said township, 'thence north 37 minutes east 28.80 -chains to the place of beginn'ng, containing 20.40 acres; also the northeast quarter of the southeast quarter ana jot numner l ol fractional section 3, tOWnshiD 11 SOUth. I-Blura 4 VPrt 1.1 hm Wil....l. Meridian, containing 68. 45 acres, saVe and excepting ... uwewiui. vwuoi w sne muam V vauey a uoagt Kaiiroart containing about 6 wjrtw,, an siiuatea ut nettles conntv. ureimn! also the ea-t half of the following described real Drotwr- ty: The Korth half of the southwest quarter, and lots 3 and 4 in section S, township 11 south, range - -wu.uiuj5 iu.w kic hi jMfiiu-u county Oregon. The tern s of said sale are as follows: Ihe. entire purcnase price is to De paia in casn. j - w; f mTRimt Adm'r .de bonis non. with thewitl annexed ef the estate oi james ADranam, deceased, Portland, Or. Something- New. Just published by the Southern Tacifiu 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 vtiA their capabilities. Attention is also directed to such new fields for energy or capital- as pioinise fair return. , - v This publication fills a need long ex perienced by Oregoniane. in replyinglo inquiries of Eastern frrends. Copies may be had of local -agent of the Southern Pacific Company, or from C. II. Mabkiiau, : . : G. P. A., Portland, Oregon.' For Jet. Will rent .200 acres of laad west of Monroe and take part payment of rent in work and improvements' on -the place. Address M. S. Woodcock, ... Administrator, Corvallis, Oregon.-... : . It is well to remember that you can cover Benton County horougiily by placing your ndvcTtiscmcut in the "Gazette" They get Proper Display, Proper Position and Proper Treatment. 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 tor Pobltcaties. U. E. LAm Orncn Oregos City, Oism, Hot.' 19, IflOO. Notice is hereby given that in compliance with The arOTisiotis of the act of Congress of June 8, 1378 entitled "An act for the tale of timber lands is tho States of California, Oregon, Nevada, and Washing ton Territory," as extendi d to all the Public tand States by act of August 4, 1892, , ' . -. . BRIDGET FLYNN," " .1 Of Fall Citr, county of Polk, State of Oregon, has this dav Sled in this office her swolh statement No 5324, for the purchase of lot 3, a A, N. W. U and N K. i, S. W. U of SectisnNo. 2 in Township No. i3 fcr llange No. 7 West, and will offer proof to show th.".t the land sought is more valuable for its timber or stone than for agricultural purposes, and to establish her eKim to said land before the Kegistei and Re ceiver of this office at Oregon City, Oregon, en Thursday, the 14th day of Fobrnary. 1901. She names as witnesses: Freeman W. Robinson, Lettle M. Robinson, Michael Flynn and Albert N. Robin son, all of Fall City, Oregon. ' Any and all nersens nlaimlno- ulr.rt.1r f v. .hn.J i described lands are requested t file their claims la this office on r before said 14th day of Feb., 1901. CHAS. B. MOORES. Register. Rstieo for lHiMleatiea. Ctrrrn nun Lure Onto, Orege Oity, Orsron, Ker. 19, 1O0& notice Is hereby given that in compliance with the provisions of the act of Congress of June 3rd, 1878, entitled "An act for the sale of timber lands in the states of California, Oregon, Nevada, and Wash ington Territory." as extended to all the Public Land stages oy act oi August 4, 1892, IiKTTIB H. ROBINSON, Of Fall Cut. countv of Polk. Ktala of (Imin h. this day filed ht this office her sworn statement No. 6323, for the purchase of the N. E. quarter of Sec tion 14 in Township No. 18 S , Range No. 1 West, and will of er proof to show that the land sought la more valuable for its timber or stone than for agri- vuibuiai purijuseB, ana to esiaousn ner Claim to said land before the Register and Receiver of this office at Oregon City, Oregon, en Thursday, the 14th day of February, 1901. She names of witnesses: Michael Flynn, Fieeman W. Robinson, Bridget Flynn and muci . a,. nvuuuKin, an oi rail uny, uregoil. Any and all persons claiming adversely the above described lands are requested to Hie their claims in mis omce on or oelore said 14th day of February, CHAS. B. MOORES, - - ' Register. Notice for Publication. Uifrrtt States Lakb Omct, Oreean Citv. Ontaan .-Nnw l.. iom Netiee is hereby given that ia compliance with the provisions ot the act of Congress of June S, 1878 entitlesl "An act far the sale ef timber lands in the States of California, Oregon, Nevada, and Wash ,BtS Territory," as extended to all the Publie w states oy act oi August 4, 1891. -. CLAYTON T BLACKHAN. Of Halem.- eonntv of Hnn.n ..... r, b" this day filed In . this office his swern statement No. 6315, tor the purchase of the 6W& of Section V, i . . F . " ""is ". 7 west, and will offer proof to show that the land ought is moe valuable for its timber or steae than for agricultural purposes, and to establish his cla'm to said land before thai egister and receiver ef this office n vnii uregon, on Tuesday, the 29th day January, 1901. He names as witnesses: Devillo M. Wilson, Robert A. Wilson, and E. V. Spencer, all of lalui U.nnn 11 11 ,n ""nvj, viegon, anu Ben v. spencer of Alsia, Eenton County, Oregon. Any and all persons claiming adversely the above- rrewriBea tanas are requested to Die their claims in tnia omce on or eeiore said zth day of January, 11. i UHAS. B. UOOKKK. Re gister . Notice for Publication. Uhd States Land Ornca, ' Oregon City, Oregon, Deo. 10, 1000. 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 sale ef Umber 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 Tollt, State of Oregcn, has this day filed inthis office hie sworn talement No. 6333. for the purchase of the N. N. W.-1-4, N. N. . 1-4 of Section No. 84 in Tnwnrhin Ku 1? e Range No. 7 W.. aid will offer proof to show that the land sought is irore valuable for its timber or stone than for agricultur.1 porroses, and to estab lish his claim to said land befe.e the Register and Receiver ef this office at Oregon City, Oregon, on Inday, the 8th day of March, 1901. He names as witnesses: Michael Fryun, Freeman Robinson, Peter Miller and Alvin Kobinson, all ot Falls City. Oregon. " 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. CCHAS.; ;a iiooREs, (Register, 1 NOTICE. Persons desiring to locate on timber claims tributary to tho C. & E. E. R. would do well to call on or correspond with the undersigned. There is a num ber o( first-class timber claims to betaken np tinder the timber or homestead acts. "W. lil CLARK, Grates, Marion Co.. Or. Loeator. Hotlce of Final Settlement. Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned execu tor of the estate of Martha J. Rice, deceased has filed his final account in said estate in the County Court of the State ef Oregon, for Benton County, sitting in probate, and Saturday, the 9th Day ef February, 1991, at 10 o'clock a. m.,. at the Court House m Corvallis, Oregon, is the time and phee fixed by the Court for hearing objections, if any. to final ..ww...... 1 .1 . . i " . . . - -wwmv am wic sebuement tnereoi. Dated January 11, 190L CHAaua B. Rick, Executor Notice ef - Guardian's Estate. Sale of Real Notice is hereby eiven that hv xirtnA of of sale and license from the county court of Clack amas county, state ol 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. 191, at the hour of one o'clock p. m. of said day, at tho court house door in the 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. 8 in Block No. 7 in Dixon's Addition to the city of Corvallis, in Benton tounty, state of Oregon, said real property here inbefore described beinc thn nrnnnptv nf ln P rvwilr Thomas O. Cook and Hazel Cook, minors who are under the guardianship of the undersigned. MINNIE COOK, Guardian of Said Minors. Notice for Publication. Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice ef his intention to make filial nroof in aunnort of hia nlAim nA that said proof tv-ill be made before the County Clerk of Benton County, at Corvallis, Oregon, on February: 20, 1901, tIz: 4 JOHN W. HYDE, H. E. No. 1T.P53 for ihe Tata 1. o. 'anrl 9 op tion 6 X. 13SR. 6W. He names the follow ing witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation oi said laud, viz: Tames franklin, John Franklin, Mablon W. VVorth lngton end Fisvncia M. . RmnM, ah nt vhtir-- math, Oregon. ... CHAS. B. MOORES, -- --. - -' - ; Register. j . Notice for Publlcatlott. i' ; Land Offick at Okbsor Cm, Ossooit, December 15, 1900. Notice Is herebv- nven that th fr.lini n 1 settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, an. that said proof will be made before, the County Clerk of Bnton ?u.nt'' at Cor.allis, Oregon, February 4th, -iWla TIZ! j IRVING E. OLEASCN, Father of Parson C. Oleason. deceased. H. E. NO. U.dfiO fOP th. HF1 Rnntlnn 9A Vltfl t, He names the following witnesses to Drove hia continuous residence T A Lcmaster and W H Parish, of Ina vale, Benjamin F. Ireland and Geo W Armstrong, of u7Kn ana cultivation of said , CHAS. B. MOOBKS, Register. $900. YEARLY to Cirlstian man or wommi to lrnir after our growing businees in this and adjoining Counties; to act as Manager and Correspondent, work can be done at .borne. Enclose sen aacree? ea, stamped envelope for particulars to H. A. Sherman, General Manaetr. Corcoran Build ing, opposite United States Treas- l nry, Washington, D. C. - SOUTH and EAST . ' . VIA . ' Southern Pacific Companv. THE SHASTA ROUTE Trains leave Corvallis for Portland and way stations at 1:20 p. m. Lv Portland 8 : a ni Ly Albany 12:30 p m Ar Ashland 12:33 a m Ar Sacranento -5.00 p m Ar San Francisco- 7:45 p m S :30 p m 10:50 p m 11:30 am 4 :35 a m 9.30 a w ArOgden 5:45 pm Ar Denver 9 :00 a ni Ar Kansaa City .7:25 a m Ar Chicago 7 :55 a m 11 :45 a in 9:00am 7 :25 a m 9:S0am Ar Los Angeles---! :20 pm Ar El Paso 6:90 p m Ar Fort Worth 6 :30 a m Ar Oily of Mexico 9 :55 a m Ar Houston ...4 :08 a m Ar Nw Orleans-. 6 :25 a m Ar Waihington 6 :42 a m Ar New York 12 :43 p m 7:00 am 6:00 p m 6:30 am 9:65 am 4:00 am 6:25 p m 6:43 am 12:43 p m PULLMAN AND TOURIST CAES on both trains. Chair cars Sacramento to Ogden and El Paso, and Tourist cars to Chicago, St Louis, New Orleans and Washington. Connecting at an Francisco with sev eral steamship lines for Honolulu, Japan, China, Philippines, Central and South America. See F. K FARMER, agent a Corvallis ftationt or address . C. H. MARKHAM. G. P. A., Portland, Or. E. H. TAYLOR DENTIST. Dentistry of very description done In firs. class manner, and satisfaction guar anteed. CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK & SPECIALTY Office over Zlerolf 's grocery store, opiosfi . me post omce, uorvams, uregon. , MRS. DR. CYLTIiiE RAMSEY, Osteopathist . Specialties Diseases ef women and children ; also deformities and all chron ic and nervous diseases. Occidental Hotel Alonday, WedneV day and Friday, 1 :30 to 5 :30 p. m. . B. A. GATHEY, M. D. Physician 8f Surgeon - Rooms 14 in Bank Building. Office Hours i.r2a.m. .. i A HI 1 l. 1U. Residence: Comer College and 8th Su. Telephone at office and residence; Corva'lis, - - - Oregon. L G. ALTMAN, M. D. Office Corser3rd and Monroe st reets Hours 9 to 12; 2 to 5; 7 to 8; Sun day 9 to 10. Residence Corner 3rd and Harrison streets, Corvallis, Oregon. G. H. NEWTH Physician 8? Surgeon PHILOMATH, OREGON. : J. R. HARLAN Veterinary , Surgeon Residence in Block 30, Job's Addition. Corvallis, Oregon. Orders may be left at Graham & Wer thara's drugstore. Notaky Titles. Cosvetancing JOS. H. WILSON. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. . m Practk in -all State and Federal Court. Office", iiFirBt National Bank Building Bryson Woodson ATTORNEYS - A T - LAW Corvallis, Orcon. Office in Fostoffice Bulldlne. JR. JAS. A. HARPER ; DENTIST OflM la Wbltfkora Block Corvallis, Oregon MFIUSTiaTIOSILBP -OF Corvallis, Oregon. Tte m. general and conservative bankinf TO flOMESEEKERS-r - - ' If yvuaxe locking for bargains in Stock, Grain and fruit farms I have (htm. Cime and Eee me or write for aiylist, HENRY AM BI, EH, Real Estate Agent, rhilomatli, Benton Ccuctv. Oreron. Qrigdu) (short) ise) EAILHOAB THE DIRECT ROUTE TO Montana, tTtah, Colorado and all Eastern Points Gives choice of two favorite routes, via the Union Pacific Fast Mail Litre, or the Rio GraBde Scenie Line. Look at the Time . . I days to Salt Lake -i days to Denver 3 days to Chicago 454 days to New York Prea Recliaing Chair Cars. Upholstered Tarist Slwpift Cars, ana PnUaOsa Palac Sleepers, operated aft all trains. For further informs tioa, apptyto GEO. 5. EGLI5J, Ajreut, Corvallis, Or. CQ, TERRY, VT. R. COMAN, Trav. Pass. Agt. Gen'l Arnt 144 Third St, Portland, Or. Corvallis & Eastern Railroad. TIME CARD. 2 For Yaquina: Train leaves Albany 12:45 p. m. " Oorvallis 1 :50 p. m. " arrives Yaquina 6:45 p. m. 1 Reluming: Leaven Yaquina.... 6:10a.m. Leaves Corvallis. . . . 11:30 a. m. Arrives Albany .... 12:15 p. m. 3 For Detioit: Leaves Albany 7:M) a. m. Arriyes Detioit .... 11:20 i. m. 4 Returning: . Ieaves Detroit ..... 12:10 p. ro. Arrives Albany .... 5:45 p. m. One and tvro 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 reach ramping grounds on the Breitenbush and Santiam river the same day. Edwin Stone, H. L. YValden, Manager. T. F. & P. A. II. JI. Cronise, Agent, Corvallis. Depart TIME SCHEDULES. Abbtvk ' Salt Luke, Denver, Ft AVorth, Omaha Kansas City, St. Iionis, Chieage .and East. Atlantic Express 9 p. m.- Fast Mail 7:00 p.m. Walla Walla. Lew iston. S p o k a ne, Minneapolis, S t. Paul, Dulnth, Mil waukee, Chicago, and East. Spokane Fiver Spokane Flyer ' 8.40 a. in. 6:U0 p.m. Gcesn Stesir.&blcs- All sailing dates subject to change. For San Franeiseo, Sail Dec. 3, 8, 13, 18. 23, 28, & every 5 days. I p. m. 4 p.m. Daily Ex. San. 8. p. m. SatBrday, 1 p.- m. Goltmhia River Steamer. To Astoria & way landing. 4 p. a. Except Sanday WilUnrctte Rim. Oiegon City, Kew ti sr, Ralem, and Wfv-laiidinns. 6 ft. ro. Ex. Sun. 4 :80 p. ro. Except Bundav 7 a. m ; Tiirsday Thnrsday and S aturdav Willamette end Yam I Bivers. OiPRon City, Day ton A Way-land's, 3:30 p.m. Monday W erlaes day and Friday. 6 a. in. T nesday, Thnref'y and SaturJ'y Willa ctte River. Portlrnd to Corval lis & War-land's. 4:30 p.m. Monday, W ednea d a y and Friday. Leave Kiparia 3' 3d a. m. Daily. Snake River. Riparia to Lewis'n. Leave Lev is ton Daily 8:30 a. ra MR. THAYER, Local Agent. Jerseys fcr Sale. For Sale One of the finest Jrgey bull?, full blood, born last Jnlv. olid color, gentle and kind, will register in the A. J. C. C. 0l8 very fine full-blood Jersey bull solid color, prominently mark ed, gentle and kind, bom .Inne IS, 1899. His mother tested 6$ per cent, butter fat. Will register In the P. p. C. C. . Two nice full-blood Jersey heif ers, solid color, well nia'rked, abont 15 months old, -gentle and kind, registers! in the A. J. C. C. Par ties warning fine irg:Ftered Jersey stock will nites a rre chance if they fail to invvftigate this opportunity to get fine Jerseys. . M.S. Woodcock, - .Corvallis, Ore. Music Lessens. Leescns given on the piano and organ in a manner that trains the far,' mind, and hands and ravrs years of tcrdleef drudgery. . M. A. Goodkoigh. Box 59 : . . - . Subscribe for this aper.