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About Corvallis gazette. (Corvallis, Benton County, Or.) 1900-1909 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 8, 1901)
(? TBI fflRTO GHETTE.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8,1901.
The monthlv statement of the
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public debt shows at the close of
that 'he national debt decreased I
for the month of December,
&r 081 cfic
Senate bill No. 41 in the pres-
ent legislature DurDorts to be for
, r w
uit pmpui i.giua.iijg mid-
est and usurv. It is verv likelv
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that section 3 might be construed
jj iin. wui 1- tu ptTcu. a gicti.ci
profit than ten oer cent on the
sale of . goods, wares and mer-
chandise by merchants in the j
iviercflanis snouia nave mis point
thoroughly looked into before it
TUT K 1 1 13 1
is too late. Many classes of
,,. 1 ?j r i.. liisiiea nnaer act ot congress of July 2,
gooas cannot De sota lor ten per 1 1862 Tbe object8 of the
station as de
cent pront. J fi) d jn t, fi t mentjonaH"net are evi.
Governor Geer's action in de
murring to the suggestion of the
legislature to purchase a resi
dence for the governor's use is
highly commendable. The idea
of the governor of a great state
drawing a salary of $1,500 and
living in a residence valued at
fifteen thousand to twenty thous
and dollars, and which would
cost him possibly an amount
equal to his salary for four years
to furnish. No doubt his li vino-
expenses and cost of caring for
such a nlaee would K tiAarlw
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respond with th-e Dlans and an-
pearance of the house.
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The report of the director of
tne mint shows that the total
Stook of the world's money in
$1873 was about $4,600,000, of
which more than half was paper
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iiiuucy 1101 iuny covered Dy me
tallic reserves. The situation at
the beginning of 1900, showed
loiai monetary stock of about
$II,60O.OOO.O0O of whirh nnlw a
little mora than one-fourth was
in uncovered paper money. The
total money supply of the world
nas mcreasea about $7,000,000.
000 since 1873. Of this about
$3,600,000,000 is gold; silver,
aDout 2, 750 ,000, 000, and un
Oavered paper money about $650,
Statistics show that of nearly
One-half million of immigrants
from distant countries, into the! When the legislature of a state or ter
United States, during the year I ritry has 'given its assent to the pro-
TOOO f AH f ttimiflnHJ 1. .1 I viaiAtifl nf ha a of nf rnrrr..c,a XF Tl T .. 1.
w4 uiuuauu, KJL 1C5S man
An nur AaM( 4 L . 1 1
neper cent of the whole num
ber, were from countries in
trooical climates al 1e tt,
m ' r ..
wv uuuureu were irom the
Hawaiian and Philippine Islands
mi - . . , - rr--
x nis is eviQcnce tnat twtPAn
i. . . , t r i
leave tropical climates to take
up their abode in the colder cli
tin thAi n I ; . I . ... i
mate ot tne United States.
mild climate of the
era . states is ton
for tkem to make the change
in any considerable
bers. Hence, the areument that
the United States oror h fn
danger of being overrun by the
inhabitants of the Hawaiian.
Philippine and West India
Islando ieVo Anaia
SSS'h- lt! 17"
-r v. au. as a maiier 01 1
Uiilon and Southern.
Regarding the reported sale
oi me oouinern racinc Railroad
to the Union Pacific people
comment is made by Horace G
Burt, president f the Union
Pacifac. He says that if the
two ereat svstems h
brought under one no attempt
wni dc raaae to nur the inter
est of the thousands of rrodtivrs
who are practically dependent
. upon rnese lines lor the market
ing of their products. He adds:
The union of interests, if such
a step has been taken, will bring
lae union racmcinto closer har
mony with the Central Pacific,
whose eapital stock was acquired
by the Southern Pacific in 1899.
The Union Pacific will continue
to run trains over the Central
Pacifio tracks as heretofore.
There will be no change ia the
relations which now exist be
tween the Union Pacific and the
Oregon Short Line of 1489 miles,
which it controls, nor will there I
be any violent disturbance in
present traffic arrangements with
the Southern Pacific. If the re
ported deal is really a fact, every
one interested will 'receive a
rlirprf fipiipfir r1irl-ity Circilar
economic?, through the.elimina-
tion o! agencies will be effected,
;ancl event mile of the entire
i system will increase in -value in
proportion as we are able to put
more and more capital into the
general equipment aud improve
ment of the roadbed.
Limit Rather Than Expand.
The lack of knowledge disnlaved
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Dy the public generally, and promi-
?e B P. Kal durln&
lU0 recent uiBcuBBioB concerning
the power of the legislature to di-
viae toe couege; ana, also tne ap
nnrent. nnnfnninn nt i.loa m)
f - ww.aAsaw.vb vp 1 1 444 4. U
lers affecting the management and
establishment of exnerimont. rIa-
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v.ona, nave seemed to maice it ad-
y18ab,e,tha we P?1" th0eftfllow;
K"Jr""T , vu,- "!OUCU
oy me umiea oiaies department
iepanmenL noius mat tne x-
pendilclre o und8 appropriated in ac-
coraance witn .tlie provisions of the act
of coneress of March 2. isx7. fnr r.
maintenance of permanent substations is
contrary to the spirit and intent of said
I606 in 08868 specified in the act, is to
D.e W"nent ot the college estab-
denlly of such a character as to necessi
tate the services of expert workers.
Most of the lines of investigation named
in the act are general rather than local,
and involve scientific equipment and
work. It is obviously the' intent that
the stations established under this act
shall carry on important investigations
which ehall be of general benefit to the
agriculture of the several states and ter-
ntoties. The sum of $15,000 which is
annually appropriated by concress un
der this act for each station is onlv
sufficient to carry out a limited number
of investigations of the kinds contem
plated by the act.
As the work of the stations in the
1 different states J:as develoDed. it has
llAan fn.t-.wA 4. 1 Z 2 1 a 1
thfln 41. i: T 1 t. i V
" " 01 worK 01 lue in"
HlVinilol Etdtlnna Thn.Annl.
few lines has been found much more
effective and productive of more useful
results lhan email investigations in
numerous lines. "When we consider the
nature of the investigations, the amount
of money provided for the work of eaeh
; station, and the fact that the act ex
; preesly provides for only a single sta
tion in connectioa with each college,
;it becomes very clear that expenditures
such as are necessary to effectively main
; tain permanent substations ought not to
' be made from the funds granted by con
gress to the states and territories for
experiment stations. The maintenance
ot permanent substations . as a rule in
volves the erection of buildings and the
making of other permanent improve
ments. The sums of money which can
be expended for permanent improve
ments under the act of congress afore
said are so small that it is clear they
were not intended to meet the needs of
more lhan One fltntinn in Aflnli fitata in A
I wusicdd ui .14411 1.11
19. IQQr anfl Vtaa JnainmainA
1 2, 1887, and has designated the institu-
I tion which shall receive the benefits of
Baid act-il wouIJ se8ID- to have exhausted
powers in the matter. The resnon
sibility for the maintenance of an ex
periment station under said act devolves
t . ... .
fcuo guveming ooara ot me insti-
tution thus designated. If the leeisla-
provide funds for tho equipment and
maintenance of other experiment sta-
I tionsjand to put them under the imn.
tro1 of the same governing board, well
land S"od, butthis does notin any way
I f.nl nr - ,
f im'nih tI,e ponsibility of the board
t0 admiDI8ter "ie fuude ted by con-.
ti a ...
, T CO"8re8S ,a Umiting
the number of stations to be established
'-achstate and territory under the
atoresaid act has been clearly shown by
the experience of the few states and
territories which have attempted the
maintenance of substations with the
funds granted under said act, The ex
pense of maintaining substations has as
a rule materially weakened the- central
station, and the investigations carried
on at the substations have been super
ficial and temporary. It is granted that
in many states and territories more tban
one agricultural experiment station
do useful work, and in some states more
than one tation have already been suc
cessfuliy maintained; bub in all these
cases the state has given funds from its
own treasury to supplement those given
by congress. , It is also granted that
experiment stations established under
said act 6f congress and having no other
funds than" those provided by that act
will often need to carry ou investiga
tions in different idealities in their re
spective states and territories, but it is
held that this should be done in such a
way as will secure thej thorough super
vision of such investigation bv the ex
pert oflicerslof the station and that ar
rangements for such extienmental in
quiries should not be of so nermasent a
character as to prevent the station from
shifting its work from place to place as
circumstances may require, nor involve
the expenditure of funds iu such amounts
Cll-ltureof the state or territory sees fit to
Are most competent to appreciate tho
purity, sweetness, and delicacy of Ccn
cura Soap, and to discover new uses for
Its remarkable emollient, cleansing, and
purifying properties derived from Coti
cuka, the great skin curi, w irrant its use
in preserving, purifying. anJ beautifying
the complexion, hands, and hair, and in
the form of washes and solutions for ulcer
ative weaknesses, annoying irritations and
chafings, as well as for many sanative pur
poses which readily suggest themselves.
In many of the above conditions, gentle
anointings with Cuticura, the great skin
cure and purest of emollients, in addition,
will prove of astonishing benefit.
Sold throaehout the votid. Potteb Dbuo Afro Cnsic
Coar., bole 1'iop.., lloalon. " Scndlui Sltin feecieti," frca.
and in such ways as will weaken the
work of the station as a wbo'e.
As far as practicable the cooperation
of individunls and communities bene
fitted . by these special investigations
should be sought aud if necessary the
aid of the state invoked to carry on en
terprises too great to be successfully
conducted within the limits of the ap
propriation granted by -congress under
the act aforesaid.
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American people is fo "get rich;"
the second, how to regain good
health. The first can be obtained
by energy, honesty and saving;
the second, (good health) by using
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vous prostration, low spirits, etc.,
you need not suffer another day.
Two doses of the well known August
Flower "will relieve you at once.
Go to Graham & Wortham and
get a sample bottle free. Regular
size, 75 cents. Get Green's Prize
Almanac. - ,
Just published by the Southern Paci6c
Company is a pamphlet npon 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 Bnd their capabilities.
Attention is also directed to such new
fields for energy or capital as promise
This publication fills a need long ex'
perienoed by Oregoniane, in replying to
inquiries of Eastern friends.
Copies may be had of local agentof
the Southern Pacific Company, or from
C. II. Maekham,
G. P. A., Portland, Oregon
The Light of the World
Our Savior in Art.
Cost nearly $100,000 to produce. Con
tains nearly 100 full-page engravings of
our Savior and His Mother by the world's
gieatest painters. - True copies of the
greatest Masterpieces in the art gslleriu
of Europe. Every picture is as beauti
ful as a sunrise over the hilltops. Con
tains description of the paintings, biog
raphy of the painters, the names aud 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 and His Mother,
beautifully written, to fit each picture.
This wonderful book matchless 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 Christian man or woman can in this
community soon make $1,000 taking or
ders for Christmas presents. Mrs. Waite,
our agent in Massachusetts, has sold
over 53,000 worth of the books in a very
short time. Mi s. Sackett, our 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 Bed and grid,
and adorned with Golden Roses and
iiiues. it is, without doubt, the most
beautiful book ef this'century. Write
for terms quickly and get the manage
vi. mat territory. 1011 call woifc on
salary or commission, and when you
prove your success we will promote you
to tbe 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 in Lead
ing City of the State and manage all tee
business of the State. Send for terms.
THE BRITISH-AMERICAN CO
: Jorcran Building, Opposite
- XT. S. Treasury, Washington, D. C.
h 60 YEARS'
mp senning a SKetcn ana description mav
qulckiy ascertain onr opinion free whether an
mvmtton li probably patentable. Communion
Uons ttrietli 'confidential. Handbook on Patents
3t.fre?- Vlde5t g8Bey for securing patents.
Patents taken throush Munn & Co. receive
jxetat notice, without oHars;a, la the
A han&omely Illustrated weekly. largest ctr
ulation of any soientulo lounuu. Terms, $3 a
rear ; four months, $1. Sold by all newsdealers.
K!UNN tfe Co.3B,Bi-. New York
. Branca Office. 625 F St, Washington. D.C.
It is well to remember that you
can cover Benton County
horoughly by placing
your advertisement in the
They get Prcper Display Frcper Position
and Proper Treatment.
come -to think over it,
you can easily under
stand why somauyprom
nent advertisers place ads
in this paper.
That's the Secret.
Jiolice Tor Publication.
- - U. S. Lakd Office
Oregon Citt, ORBeoir, Kov. 19, ice.
Notice is hereby given that in compliance with hs
provisions of the act of CoryreiS of June S, 1878,
eutitled "An act for the sale of timber lands in tho
States of California, Orefron, Nevada, and Washinn
ton Territory," as extended to all the l'ublic Land
States by act ot August 4, 1K92,
Of Fall Citv, county of Po!k, State of Oregon, has
this dav filed iu this office hf r sworn statement No.
6324, for the purchase of lot S, S. i, N. W. yi anil N.
E. i, S. W. ii of Sectien No. 2 in Township No. iS S
li&ntre No. 7 West, and will offer proof to show that
the land sought is.more valuable fer its timber or
stone than for agricultur&t purposes, and to establish
her eHim to said land before the Kegistei and Re
ceiver of this office at Oregon Cit v, Oregon, en
Thursday, tbe 14th day of Fobrnarv. 1901. She
names as witnesses: Freeman W. Rebinson, Lottie
If. Robinson, Michael Flynn and Albert N. Robin
son, all of Fall City, Orcgen.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the above
described lauds are requested te file their claims la
wis omce on or oeiera said 14tn day of Feb., 1901.
CBAB. B. MOORES.
Notled fef PnMieatiefl.
OnTSB STATTS IrUTB OrTICH,
Oregos City, Oregen, Kor. 19, 1900.
Kotice is hereby given that in compliance with
the provisions of the act of Congress of June 3rd,
1878, entitled "An act for the sale ef timber lands in
the states of California, Oregon, Nevada, and Wash
ington Territory," as extended to ail the Public Land
States by act of August 4, 1892,
LETTIB M. ROBINSON,
Of Fall City, county of l'olk. State of Oregon, has
this day filed in this office her sworn statement No,
6323, for the purchase of the 5. E. quarter of Sec
tion 14 in TowBship No. 13 S , Range No. 7 West,
and will 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 office at
Oregon City, Oregon, on Thursday, the 14th day of
February, 1901. 8he names of witnesses: Michael
Flrnn. Freeman W. .Robinson. TtririOT. IHirnn nA
Albert N. Robinson, all of Fall City, Oregon,
Anyandall persons claiming adversely the above
described lands are requested to file their claims in
this office on or before said 14th day of February.
CHAS. B. MOORES,
Notice for Publication.
DitrrkD States Lan Office,
OreOn CltV OrAn Nnv lat 10AA
Notiee is hereby given that in compliance with the
provisions of the act of Congress ef June S, 1878,
entitled "An act for the sale ef timber lands in the
States of California, Oregon, Nevada, and Wash
ington Territory," aa extended to all the Public
uina states Dy act ol August 4, 1892.
CLAYTON T BLACKUAN. '
Of Salem, countv ef Marion.
has thin day fled iu this office his swrn statement
No. 6315, fr the purchase of ths SWjf of Sectien
j, in inwusnip no. xjj & range jno. i west, and
Will Offer prOOf to Show IhSt th land KAm.ht ia
mo'o valuable for its timber or stne than for
agricultural purposes, and to establish his claim to
said land before the register and receiver of this office
at uregon t,uy, uregon, on Tuesday, the 28th day
January, 1901-. He names as- witnesses: Devillo M.
Wilson, Robert A. WUscn, and E. V. Spencer, all of
tuc , junnuii iuni.y, uregn, ana iien y stencer
of A I sea, Benton County, Oreeon.
Any ana aw persons claiming adverse!? the above-
nun are requested to file their claims in
this office cn or before said 29th day of January,
. - tUAO. a. MUUKiLN.
Notice for Publication.
CNmu States Lakd Omen,
Crtgcn City, Orgtn, Dee. 10, 1900. :
Notice is hereby given that in compliance with the
provisions of an act of Coneress of June 3, 1878. en
titled "An act for the E&lA.nf tiralu,- fA. ;.?.u-
States of California. Oregon, Nevada, aud Washing
t Territory," as extended to all the Public. UuTd
.iti.t:o uj avi. Ol AUgUBb a, -
CHARLES D. TICK,
Of Fall City, eourty of Follt, State of Oregcn, has
this day filed in this office his sworn Etatomcm v..
6S33. for the purchase of the N. I IS. W. 1-4, N: i
N. li. l-4Sof Section No. 84, in Township No' 2 s
Range No. 7 W.. and Will offer proof to show that
the land sought is irore 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, 1001. . He names as
witnesses: Michael Flynn, Freeman Robinson
Peter Miller and Alvin Kobinson. all of Fn.Ua riw
Any and fltl persons claiming adversely tbe above-,
described lands are requested to file their claima in
this office on or before said 8th dav of March 1001,
CHASTE. MOORES, ,
i f Register,
Persons desiring to locate on timber
claims tributary to the C. & E. R. R
would do well to call on or correspond
with the undersigned. There is a num'
ber ol first-class timber claims to be taken
up under the timber or homestead acta.
W. L. CLARK,
fcrates, Hanoi Co.. Or Locator.
Notice of Final Settlement.
iSotlco 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
Conrt of tbe State of Oregon, for Denton County,
miung in prooate, anrt Saturday, (he 9th Day of
r mr.v, mvi, at iu o ciock a. m., at the Court
House in Corvallis, Oregon, is the time and place
fixed by the Court for hearing objections, if any, to
buu uubi account ana tne settlement thereof.
Dated January 11, 1901.
Charles E. Rick,
Notice lor Publication.
Land Offics at Obegon City, Oregon,
January 5, 191)1.
- Notice Is hereby given that the follow ing-
to make final proof in support of his elaim, and
that said prool will be made before the County
Clerk of Benton County, at Corvallis, Oregon,
on February 20, 1901, viz:
JOHN W. HYDE,
H. E. Nn. 11.CJ3 for the Lots 1, 2, and 3, Sec
tion 6, T. 13 S R. 6W. He names the follow
ing witnesses to prove his continuous residence
upon and cultivation of said laud, viz: James
franklin, John Franklin, Mablon W. Worth
ington aud Fiancis 11. Spencer, all of Philo
math, Oregon, CHAS. B. MOORES,
Notice of Administrator's Sale o
In the matter of the Estate 1
James Abraham, Deceased. )
Notice is hereby tiven that pursuant to an order
wi me county couit oi tno state of cregon for Mult
nomah county made and entered on the 30th dav of
November, 1900, I will from and after the 7th day
of March, 1901, proceed to sell at private sale
the following described real property of said estate:
and all the nght. title and interest which the said
Jam Abraham had therein at the time of his de
Beginning at the quarter section corner between
fractional sections 2 and 3, township 11 south, lange
4 wert Willamette Meridian, running' thence south
48 degrees eaet 14.90 chains, thence south 65 de
crees 50 minutes west 5 02 chains, thence south 20
degrees 10 minutes east 17.80 chains to the north
bai-k of the Willamette river, thence following said
north bank of tl.e Willamette river with the me
anders thereof in a southwesterly course to the
southeast corner of lot 1 in fractional section 3 ia
said township thence north 37 minutes east 28.80
chains to the place of beginning, containing 20 40
acres, also the northeast quarter of the southeast
quarter and lot number 1 of fractional section 3,
township 11 south, range 4 west of the Willamette
Meridian, containing 58.46 acres, save and excepting
the right of wa heretofore deeded to the Willam
ette Valley & Coast Railroad containing about 6
acres, all situated in Benton county, Oregon; al?o,
the east half of the following described 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 78.00 acres in Benton county,
The terns of said saleareas follows:The entire
purchase price is to be paid in cash.
- . . W. E. BURKE,
Adinr de boms n on with thewill r nnexed of the
estate of James Abraham, deceased, Portland, Or. -
ftfif vifAPrvun .i.il- 4
IVfliBI A 44414.44 4 IU VI &,?Htlll
vJJ Wa man or wcmaH to look
after our growing bueinees in this
and adjoining Counties; to act as
Manager and Correspondent, work
' can be done at liome. Enclose
self addressed, stamced enveloce M
- for particulars to H. A. Sherman, j
jr. General Manager, Corcoran Build- S
p rag, opposite United Slates Tieas
jja' nry. Washington, D. C. . -
7 For Rent. ,
Will rent 200 acres of land west of
Monroe ard take 'art payment of lent
in work ai d iti'j rovements on the place.
Address M.S. Woodcock, -
SOUTH and EAST
'. - VIA -v. ;.
Southern Pacific - Company.
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Trains leave Corvallis for Portland
and wr.y stations at 1:20 p. m.
Lv Portland 8 :30 n m
Lv Allmny 12:30 p m
Ar Ashland 12:33 a m
Ar Sacramento 5 .00 p m
Ar San Francisco-7:45 p m
S :30 p m
1050 p m
11 :30 a m
9.30 a m
Ar-Ogden 5:45 p m
Ar Denver 9:00 a m
Ar Kansas Citv---7:25 a m
Ar Chicago 7 :55 a m
11 :45 a m
9 :00 a m
7:25 a m
9 :S0a ra
Ar Los Angeles 1 :20 pm
Ar El Paso 6:00 p m
Ar Fert Werth 6 :30 ft m
Ar Oily of Mexico 0 :55 a m
Ar Houston 4 :09 a m
Ar New Orleans 6:25 t in
Ar Washington -.6:42 a m
Ar New York 12:43 p m
7:00 a m
6:00 p m
6 :30 a m
9:65 a m
4:00 a ra
CSS p Bl
6:42 a m
12:43 p m
PULLMAN AND TOUKIST CARS on
both trains. Chair cars Sacramento to
Ogden and El Paso, and Tourist cars to
Chicago, bt .Louis, Hew Orleans and
Connecting at fan Francisco with sev
eral sienueliip lines for Honolulu, Japan,
China, Philippines, Central and South
See F. E. FAEMER, agent a Corvallis
staticn, or address
C. H. MARKHAM. G. P. A..
E. H. TAYLOR
Dentistry of every description done in tirsi
ciass - manner, ana satisfaction guar
anteed. GROWN AfiD BRIDGE WORK A SFEB'ALTY
Office Over Zierolf 's grocery store. orj w'.
uie post omce, uorvams. Oregon.
MRS. DR. CYLTESSE RAMSEY,
Specialties Diseases ef- women and
children ; also deformities aud all chron
ic and nervous diseases. .
Occidental Hotel Monday, Wednes
day and Friday, 1 :30 to 5 :39 p. ui.
B. A. CATHEY, M. D.
Rooms 14 in Bank Building.
Office Hours fp-- .
Residence: Corner College aud 8ib St
Telephone at oflice and residence.
Corva'lis, - - - - Oiegou
L G. ALTMAN, M. D
Office Corser 3rd and Monroe streets
Houes 9 to 12; 2 to 5; 7 to 8; Sun
day h to iu.
Eesidence Corner 3rd and Harii-on
streets, Corvallis, Oregon.
G. H. NEWTH
J. R. HARLAN
- Veterinary Surgeon
Residence in Block 30, Job's Addition.
Orders may be left at Graham & Wer-
Notary. Titles. Conveyancing.
JOS. H. WILSON.
Practice in all State and.Federal Court.
Office intFirfct; National Bank Build inc.
. Corvallis, Oregon.
Office in Fcstoffice Building.
DR. JAS. A. HARPER
Office In Wbitehorn Block
tbe first jmrnmn
" Does a general and conservative banking
busings. . r -
If ycii sre looking fbr bargains in
Stock, GraijK and fruit Farms
I have thim. Ci me and Ecemecr write for
my list.- HENRY AMIiXER,
" Keal Kstate Agent,'
riiilomatb, Eenton County, Oregon.
THE DIRECT ROUTE TO
Montana, Utah, Colorado
and all Eastern Points
Gives choice of two favorite routes, via
the TJnioa Pacific Fast Mail Lin, or
the Rio Grande Scenie Lines.
Look at the Time . .
1 y2 days to Salt Lake
2 yt days to Denver
3j4 days to Chicago
AlA days to New York
Free Reclining CUxtir Cars, Cpholslered
tourist Sleeping Care, flBtl PfllliDao
Palace Sleepers, operated on all
For further infoimation, apptyto
GEO. F. EGL15I. Agent. ConralUs, Or.
C. 0. TERRY, T. ft. COMAS,
Tfav. Pass. Agt. Gen'l Agtnt
124 Third St., Portland, Or.
Corvallis & Eastern Railroad,
2 For Yaquina:
Train leaves Albany 12:45 p. m.
" " Corvallis 1 :50 p. m.
" arrive? Yaquina 6:45 p. m.
Leaves Yaquina. . 6:10 a. tn.
Leaves Co-vallis. . . . 11:30 a. m.
Arrives Albany .... 12:15 p. m.
3 For Detioit:
Leave" Albany .. 7:'.0 a. m.
Arriyes Detioit .... 11:20 . m.
Leave? Detroit 12:10 p. ra.
Arrive? A'bany.... 5:45p.m.
One and two connect at Albany
and Curvallip with Southern Pacific
train?, giving direct service to and
from Newport and adjacent
Train? for the tnruntai8 arrive
at noon, giving ample time to
reach i Miiiping grounds on the
Brfitf lu?h and Sanliani river the
H. L. Wai.ijkn, Manager.
T. F. & P. A.
H II. CRfXisE, Agent, Corvallis.
Depart JJKE SCHEDULES. Akeivk
Sa!t Lake, Denver,
Atlantic Ft "Worth, Omaha Fast
Express Kansas City, St. Mail
9 p. in. Louis. Cliieago 7:00 p m.
Walla Walla. Le-
Spokane 8P k 8 f- Spnkane
F'vcr AU'ineapolis, fet f,
firi Tm Paul, Dulmh. Mil a.n
6.vUp.m. waukee Cbirai0) 8.40 0.0,.
All sailing dates! t.
8 P m- subject to change. i m'
For San Francisi'o,
Bail Dee. 3. 18, IS,
18. i3, 28, & every
Daily Columbia River
X. son. stBsmar. ip-:
8. p. m. Kxcpt
Saturday, To Astoria & way- Sanday
1 p. m. landing.
8 a. m. Oregon City, New- jexp'
t.x. fcun -rg, Paleni, and SandaV
WilSziastte and YaE- 8
Tnei-dav i D;VBr Mondav
Tl.nrsda'y 1 "'mS- W ednB-
and Oregon City, Day- day and
S aturday ton & Way-land'. Friday.
6 a m. Willa Etle Bl'Ver. 4:30p.m.
T needay, Monday,
Thnrs'y Portland to Corval- W ednes-
and lis 4 Wav-land's. day and
Leave Snake RWer. Le,'e
Kipai ia L ewtstcn
3' 36 a.m. Ripuria to Lewis'n. Daily
JerEejs for SaJe.
For Sale One of the finest Jrs8y
bulls, full blood, born last Jaly,
solid color, gentle and kind, will
register in the A. J. C. C.
Ot e very fine full-blood Jersey
bull solid color, prominently mark
ed, gentle and kind, born J one 18,
ia. nis moiner tested 04 per
cent, butter fat. Will register in
the P. C. C C.
Two nice fullblood Jeisey heif
ers, solid color, vell niaikcd, about
15 ninths old, gentle and kind,
registen d in the A. J. C. C. Par
ties wanting Cue' reg:sttrtd Jersey
stock will tntFp a rare chance if they
fail to invi stigate th's opportunity
to ;et fine Jerseys.
. M.S. Woodcock,
Lessens given on the piano aud organ
in a manner that trains the ear, mind
and har.de Bird facs jtsis of neediest
drudgery. " M. A. Goodkough. -
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