THE UMIIS GAZETTE. TUESDAY, APRIL 16, 1901. ORDINANCE NO. 29. It is time that the city authori ties look into the matter of city ordinance No. 29 which for many years has been a city law and which fordids all persons staking or grazing animals around the oremises of others without the latter' s permission. Any person violating: this or dinance is subject to a fine in the police court. It is also made the special duty of the police force of the city to take up and impound animals so found where this or dinance is violated and yet this ordinance has been treated as dead letter for years, encouraging disrespect for the laws of the city, There are plenty of people who do not stake their own stock around their own premises in or der to preserve the grosnds in better shape, and yet while such wners of property are asleep in tkeir homes those disregarding the rights of neighbors and the law, call around at night time or early morning and stake the ani mals despoiling the premises, It seems time that the city author lties should caretully read over the ordinance and insist upon an observance of the same. The or dinance in question provides in effect that parties may tie . or hold their cows around the premises of others after first obtaining per mission of the owner of the prop erty, but there is not one instance in fifty where a party wishing to trespass about another's property ever asks permission, but simply helps himself without leave. It is time that more severe measures should be taken for violations of this ordinance if it can not be ob served by persuasion. The pres ent ordinance was passed for the purpose of nullifying the action of a large majority of the citi zens some years ago when it was voted that cattle should not run at larg in the city. The ques tion was strongly opposed by some and after they were beaten by a large vote a fair ordinance was passed carrying out the will of the voters, but soon the op ponents set their wits to nullify the ordinance which resulted in passing the present ordinance to . prevent cattle and other stock running at large but permitted persons to stake them around their own premises, and also the premises of those from whom they had hrst obtained permis sion. But permission was never asked to any extent and the cus tom has now become so prevalent that no one asks permission, but those who wish, stake cattle without permit and in violation of the city ordinance, while the city authorities permit these mat ters to go along without attention. It is every ones duty to obey the laws under which we live. Disregard for the law in small of fenses soon encourages a more general disrespect for law and order. Premises can be kept neat and better during the summer season where the surrounding grasses can be evenly mowed, but when cattle tramp it all down making the ground uneven and the grass during the summer mashed down it cannot be mowed and when it becomes dry furnishes dangerous opportunities for fire to spread. It is hoped that these few hints I will be sufficient without further comment. This lengthy notice of this matter would not be given at this time, but for the reason that the will of the voters on this subject as stated has been so long disre garded that many people living here may not understand that we have such an ordinance or the steps leading up to it. The so ciety recently formed for improv ing the appearance of the town cannot hope to accomplish" any thing where surrounding premises are tramped down and despoiled by animals. Horse Thieves In Linn. A rumor reached Corvallis several days ago to the efiect that there had been a shooting strape ia Linn coanty last Thurs day evening. The following dispatch which was sent to the Telegram from Albany shows that horse thieves are a specie of man still in existence: Deputy Sheriff McHargue lias arrived in this city with Frank Shaw, whom he arrested 011 a eharge of horsestealing. Four horses were stolen near Sweet Home Monday night, and warrants were issued for the ar rest ot Thurston Pettnohn and Frank Shaw, who were suspteted of the theft. DeDutv Frank McHargue and Jerry Keeney went to make the arrest and found tha men hiding in the hills be tween Holly and Sweet Home. At the sight of the officers both men started to run, Shaw at tempting te draw a revolver. Keeney fired and wounded Shaw slightly on the head, but did not stop him. After an exciting search the officers captured Shaw, bat Pettyjohn escaped and is still at liberty. Pettijohfl has been a notorious character in that neighborhood for many years. Shaw latoly came from Idaho, but has been associating with a noforieus crowd of men. The case has aroused great excitement at Sweet Home and Keeney and MeHargae are receiving much praise for the aaptnre. William Harndon. Another Oregon pioaeer, Wil liam Hurndon, departed this life April 12, 1901, the cause of his death being a severe attack of pneumonia. He suffered only a few days when death came to his relief. The deceased was born in In diana, April 4, 1825, being at the time of his death 76 years and 8 days old. He was united in marriage with Miss Francin ons Miller, September 8, 1846. This union was blessed with eight children. Three girls and two beys survive him. A. C. Hurndon of Fossil, Oregon, W. T. Hurndon of Dayton, Wash., Mrs. Lizzie Gibson of Pendle ton, Mrs. Jos. Emrick of Linn county, Mrs. Scott King, of Ben ton county. Mr. Hurndon crossed the plains in 1852 and settled in Linn oounty near Halsey, where he lived until 1859. He then moyed to Benton county where he purchased the saw mill known as the Harris mill. He lived here for ten years and then he moved to Turn Turn, where kept house with his children, his wife having passed to the spirit land March 11, 1S67. After his children were married he has re sided at different places, yet Ben ton county has been his home since 1859. Until recently he has been residing in Linn county with his son-in-law, Joseph Emrick, where he was at the time of his death. The deceased has a wide circle f friends and was well respected by all who knew him. It is but fitting to say that much honor and reverence is due to the pioneers who moved westward in the '50s and endured the trials and hardships ox early pioneer life and planted tha banner of civilization on this coast, then inhabited bv the merciless In dian savages. The one just de parted was familiarly known as Uncle Billy. His mortal remains was placed by the side ef his wife in the Wren eemetery, on the 14th. Funeral services at the conducted by Rey. S. M. of Corvallis. grave Wood Thluk it Over. Which is better, to buy your pianos and organs 'of an agent who represents the factories where they are made, or of one who only represents San Francisco and Portland iobbing ; houses? Is it worth while to pay an additional profit to city middlemen for the sake of getting goods which have passed through their hands, with double freight charges added to other needless coste ? Would not the best plan be t have all your money count on the value of the instru ment itself? We think so, and for this reason import all pianos and organs direct from the factery, depend on quick sales and small profits and thus give you a high grade instrument at a moderate price. All kinds of small instrumeuta such as guitars, violins, mandolins, etc. Call at office and ; residence one block west of court house. M, A. Goodnough. Notice of Final SettletntfSt, Notice is hereby given that tin undersigned, as administer ( the estate ot John L. Clark, deceased, has filed his final acciunt, in said tstate in the eonnty court ot Benteu county, Oregon, and that said curt has appointed Saturday, the 11th day of May A. D. 1901, at the hear ot ten o'clock nm.il county court room, ia the court house, in the city of Corvallis, Benton county, state of Oregon, as the time and place to hear objections, if any, to said final account, and the settlement of said account and estate Corvallis, Oregon, April 6, 1901. , . . , EDWIN M. OLA UK. Administrator of the Estate of John L. Clark. JD. ceasad. . For Sale. A street sprinkler. Enquire of Georga Whiteside for particulars. OF A skin without blemish and a body nour ished with pure blood. Such is the happy condition produced by CUTICURA SOAP and CUTICURA Ointment, externally, and CUTICURA RESOLVENT, Internally, in the severest cases of torturing, disfiguring. Itching, burning, and scaly humors. Sold everywhere. Price. Tna Sex. fl.25: or, CCT1CTTU Soap,25c.; Oihtmkmt. :Oc ; IUsolvext (half me), We. PnTTKR DRV.t A SI, C'nvii. OKI'.. Hole Prop., Boston, nr " How t-- Cure Ui:irjor,H tii-pmsc book, tree. Notice. Notice is hereby (riven that, pursuant to an order of the district court of the United Stales for the district of Oregon, the undersigned trustee will, on inday, April 26, 1901, beginning at the hour of 10 o'clock- in the forenoen of that day, on the Osburn stock farm, two miles west of Corvallis, Oregon, sell at public auction to the highest bidder or bidders, twenty-eight head ef blooded cattle, being the blooded cattle raised by John M. Osburn, on said farm. Also seven teen calves, and two bulls all the blooded cattle remaining in the hands of the trustee. Also two horses and all of the miscellaneous personal , property, tools, implements, etc., ef eaid bank rupt estate remaining in the hands of the trustee. The trustee is authorized to sell said cattle one or more at a time. A pedigree will be delivered with each ei.imal sold. Terms of sale, cash in hand. J. O. W 11 son. Trustee of the Bankrupt Estate of John JV1. Osburn, Bankrupt. Uniformed S. P. Porter. The Southern Pacific Co. intends, shortly, io uniform its paseenger attend ants at the Oakland pier and San Fran cisco depotj. They will wear dark blue suits and bright red caps with a broad black band bearing in gold letters the words, ". F Co. Porter,'' so that they may be readily distinguished. Tbeir duties will be to assist passengers in every way possible, directing them to proper trains, beat en trances, etc., helping ladies and children without escort on and off trains, and showing such attention to the traveling public as will tend to make them a pop ular feature in trie service.? TO HOMESEEKERS. 92 A nice residence 1 acre of land in Corvallis, 5 minutes walk from postoffice; price $800. 88 80 acres; 50 in cultivation; gsod house, barn, fruit and water;. 3 miles from Philomath. A good farm for $2,200. 74 160 acres; 30 in cultivation; snail house; good barn and water; 1 miles from town; cheap at $1,500; on main county road ; good pasture and timber. 113 A good 7-room house with one1 half acre lot; fruit, good water, chicken houses and sheds, price $600; well ar ranged for poultry raising; this is cheap little home, 10 minutes walk from Corvallis postoffice. HENRY AMBUR, Real Estate Agent, . Box 59, Philomath, Benton County, Oregon. Executor's Sal of Real Property. Notice is hereby jrlvea that bv virtue of authoritv and direction to me given by the last will and testa- meat of James u. ibk, late ot Benton county, state of Oregon, deceased, 1 will on Saturday, the 4th dav ot May, 1961, at the hour 2 o'clock in the afterneon of that day at tne front door m tne court bouse, in Corvallis, Benton county, Oregon, offer for sale at public auction, to the highest bidder for cash in hhJid, all the right title and interest that said de ceased at the time of bis death had in or to the following described real property to wit: "Beginning at a point on the east boundary line (132.64) one hundred thirty-two and 64-100 reds north from the south east corner ot the Donation Land Claim of Waiman St. Clair and Mahal J. St. Clair, it being claim number forty-seven (47), notification number six thousand four hundred and forty 6440, in township twelve 12 south range six 6 west of Will Mer; thence southerly along the east boundary line of said claim to the north line ef the Oregon Central & Eastern Railroad Com pany's ripht of way; thence southwesterly along said boundary line of said right of way to the east line of E. Whitehead's tract of land; thence north along said east line to the northeast corner of the K. Whitehead tract of land; thence westerly along the north boundary line of said tract of land to the southeast corner of the lot or parcel of land hereinbefore (said will) devisei to Rosetta A. Buchanan; thence north along the east boundary lice of said lot ef land to the north boundary line of my (James E. Fisk's) said farm or tract of land 98.75 rods; thence easterly along said nerth bound ary line to the place of beginning 76.47 rods, con taining 36 acres of land more or less in Benten county, state of Oregon," said tract of land belong ing to said deceased at the time of his death. The proceeds of said eale to be applied to the payment of expenses of last BicknesB of said deceased, funernl expenses, expenses of administration and claims against the estate of said deceased, the residue, if any, to be paid to the widow of said deceased, Louisa J. Fisk. Dated at Corvallis, Or., this 6th dav of April, 1001. HOMER WYATT, Sole surviving executor of said last will and Tests ment of James K. Fisk, deceased. Hie First National Bank OF CORVALLIS, OREGON. ESTABLISHED leOO. - OFFICERS & DIRECTORS M. S. WOODCOCK, President. C, E. MOOR, Vice-President. WALT EH. T, WILES, Cashier. GEO. E, LILLY, Assistant Cashier. JOHN WILES, Corvallis, Oregon. Loans Made On all kinds of approved security, and especially to encourage ana build up the legitimate bust, ness enterprises and industries of this country. Deposits Received subject to check payable on demand. Foreign Exchange Sight exchange and transfers sold available in the principal cities of England, Ireland, Switzer land, France, Belgium. Holland, Norway, Swed en, Denmark, Italy, Russia, Spain, Portugal, Ger; fsajay, Austria. Letters of Credit Issued available ia the principal cities ol the United States. Principal Correspondents Upon Whom "v7e Sell Sight Exchange The CoramcKCiai National Bank of Chicago. The First national Bank of Portland, Oregon. The Bank of California, San Francisco, Calif. Anglo-Californian Bank, San Francisco, Calif The National City Bank New York. The Bank of New York National Banking Ass'n, Importers & Trader's National Bank, New York. Shoe and Leather National Bank of Boston. Mass. Philadelphia National Bank of Philadelphia. Pa FORTUNES MADE IN OIL STOCKS. THE PORTLAND OIL COMPANY Of Portland, Oregon, Owns Sixty Acres of the Best Oil Lands in California, is Incor porated under the Laws of Oregon; Stock is Non-Assessable. GUARANTEED Stock at 20 cents per share; COMMON Stock at 10 cents per share. ' Company composed of responsible business men of Portland. PAR VALUE $1 00 PER SHARE. BUY NOW and take advantage of rise in price which is sure to follow. Active operations have already begun. Oil will be struck with in four months. Books of company are always OPEN TO INSPECTION OF STOCKHOLDERS. Many similar stocks have advanced to $10 and $20 per share. No cer tificates will be issued for less than one hundred shares. For all further particulars and prospectus, apply to WALTER G. KEADY, Corvallis, Oregon, agent for L. Y. 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Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed administrator of the estate ef Thomas Wyatt, deceased, by the county court of Benton county. Oregon. All persons having claims against aaiu estate are hereby notified to present the same, duly verified, together with the proper vouchem, to me at the law office of Bryson & Wood son in Corvallis, Benton conuty, Oregon, within six months from the date of this notice. Dated this 1st day of March A. D, 1901. GEOBQB W. WYATT, Administrator of said Kstate. Notice for Publication. Land Office at Oregon city, Oregon, March 8, 1901. Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice ef his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the County Clerk of Benten County, at Corvallis, Oregon, on April zz, iwit viz : THOMAS M. LASKEY, H. E. NO. 11838, for the NE,, Section 32, T 11 South,- Rang 7 West. He names the follow ing witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon ana cultivation oi aaia tana, viz: j. Abner Woods. George Woods, Thomas Mulkey, lvarow Mulkey, all ot Blodgett, Oregon. CHAS. B. MOORBS, Register. "Last winter I waa confined to my bed with a very bad cold on the lungs. Nothing gave me relief. Finally my wife bought 'a bottle of One Minute Cough Cnre that effected a speedy cure. I cannot speak too highly of that excel lent remedy." Mr. T. K. Houseman, Manatawtiey, Pa. Graham & Wells. For Rent. Will rpnt. 9nfl aPKfl nf land rust et Monroe and take part payment ef rent in work andimprovemeotH on the place. auuieKB M. B. WOODCOCK, Administrator, Corvallis, Oregon. Drugs & Medicines Kodaks & Photo Supplies Corvallis, Oregon. Established, Incorporated, 1898. WHOLESALE & RETAIL. The most complete line of Pure Drugs and ' Chemicals in Corvallis. Books and Stationery, Commercial Pa pers, Fine Perfumery, Toilet Article, Combs, Brushes and Mirrors. 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Lv Portland 8 :80 am S :30 p m Lv Albanv . 12:30 n m in-sn n m Ar Ashland 12 :33 am 11 :30 a m Ar Sacramento -5 .00 p m 4 :85 a in Ar San Francisco-7 :45 p m 9.30 a m Ar Ogden 6 :45 p m Ar Denver 9:00 a m Ar Kansas GUy-7:2S a m 11 :45 a m 8 :00 a a 7 :25 a m 9:30am Ar UniCBgo 7 5 a m Ar Los Atgales.-.l (20 p m Ar El Paso 6:00 p to 7:00 am t:Npa AiSOam 9 5 an 4;O0Bra :48 am 1Z:46 p ta Ar Fort Werta 6!S9flm Ar City ol Mexios .9 :B5 a m Ar Hfttatfon 4:60 a m Ar Kew Orleans.. 6 :25 a m Ar Washington B :42 a xti Ar New York 12 :43 pm PULLMAN AND TOUKIST CARS en both trains. Ohair cars SacranieBtO to Ogden and El Paso, sad Tourist oars te Chicago, St Lonis, New Orleans and ITt " i vtaauingiou. Concectine at San Franaiaco with asnr- rai atemaitbip lines for Hanoi mo, Japan. China, Philippines, Central and leOth America. Sea F. B. FARMER, fteeat a CervalUa station, or acmrK3 0. H. MARKHAM. G. P. A., Portland, Or. E. H. TAYLOR DENTIST. Dxnttstrv of ererr AeKHpOoa ton tn first otett manner, and satisfaction guar an seed. csBim md kike mi & mmxi Offise Ovw Zleroif ' (f rettery store, oppose MRS. DR. CYLTHIE RAMSEY, Osteopathist Specialties Diseases of . women and children ; also deformities aad all chron ic and nervoas diseases. Occidental Hotel Monday, Wednes day and Friday, 1 :30 to 6 :30 p. in. B. A. ATOEY, M. D. Physician Surgeon Rooms 14 in Bank Bnilding. ' Office Hour. Residence : Corner College and 8th Sts. Telephone at office and residence. Corva'lis, - Oregon. L G. ALTMAN, M. D. Orrics Corser 3rd and Monroe streets Hours 9 to 12; 2 to 5; 7 to 8; Ban- day 9 to 10. Residence Corner 3rd and Harrison streets, Cervallis, Oregen. Tklephone 315, at residence. . n. NEWTH Physician ; Surge cn PHILOMATH, 0RES5. J. R. HARLAN Veterinary Surgeon Residence in Block 30, Job's Addition, Corvallis, Oregon. Orders may ba left at Gralium & Wer tham'a drugstore. Kotaht Titles. Cokvbtanclnb. JOS. H. WILSON. ATTORNBT-AT-tAW. Practice in ;all State and Federal Court. Office; JagFirati National Bank Baildrne. Bryson $ Woodson ATTORNEYS-IT -LAW Corvallis, Orerron. Office In roetoffice Building-. D IV J AS. A. HARPER DENTIST Office la Wbttehora Btark Corvallis, Oregon TEE FUST IT1ILBH -OT Corvallis, Oregon. Does a general and.' conservative baotani bnsiBfcss. PLYMOUTH ROOK ...EGGS... White and Barred. Fmm nmvSnnin stAplr fiwnnrl ta none on Pacific coast, Ejrs, $1 60 a set ting of fifteen at yard, or 2 00 if packed. THE 01REQT ROUTE TO UmtczLB) Utah, Colorado and all Eastern Points Gives choice of tw favorite routes, via the IFniSa Padfia Past Mail Lib, ot the Rio Grande Seefiie Lines. Look at the Time . . itf days to Salt Lake 2j days to Benver 3 j flays to Chicago 4 days to New York Free feccflllft? (Suftr 0Brs, tTCartd stand TttftrfSt ffioBp&q: fan, ttt hrBmaa PaJKCv Stvtfffra, opefCttd sTK flfl Grata. Vot fbrCher fafomatioa, afrtyre 050. & ESLQ5, leeat, CferW9a, r. Tnm fen. Aft. Oxrt Af. n4 Third St., Porflsattf, t. TIME GAUD. 2 For Yaquina: Train leaves Albany 12:45 p. ta. " Csmllig 1:50 p. ta. " arrive? Yaquina 6:49 p. B. 1 Retraining: Leavts Yaqmioa. ... 6:10 a. ta. Leaves Corvallis. . . . 11:S0 a. ta. Arrives Albany .... 12:15 p. to. 3 For Detioit: Leaves Albany 7:00 a. m. Arrives Detioit .... 11:30 a. tn. 4 Returning: Leaves Detroit 12:10 p. m. Arrives Albany .... 6:45 p. ra. One and two connect at Albary and Corvallis with Southern Pacific trains, giving direct service to and from Newport and ' adjaeent beaches. Trains for the mountains arrive at noon, giving ample time te roach camping grounds On the Breitenbush and SantiaA river tha same dav. Edwin Stoke, II. L. Walden, ' Manager. T. F. & P. A. H. H. Cronise, Agent, Corvallis. Depakt TIME SCHEDULES Arrive for from Portland fkom S';f7 Sa't Lake, Denver, Portland Ft Werth 0maba Special Kansas Citv, St. 1:30 p.m. via Sun- Ls?hiea8e Atlantic Salt Lake, Denver, Express Ft Worth, Omaha, 9 p.m. KanBBS City, 8t 8:10 a.m. via Hun- Louis, Chicago and linrton. East c , Walla Walla. Lew f?i -i iston. Spokane, . Fast. Mail Minne!rU8i 8t 6:00 p.m. p, DuTuth. Mil- 00 a.m. cIav waukee, Chicago, Spokane and ?Bt. Through Pnllmau and Tonrist S'eepere. Ocean and River Schedule. FKOM PORTLAND. All sailing datesl snliiflct te change. 8 p. m. For Sa Francisco. 4 p. in. Sail every five da) a from April zt. Dailv Kx. Snn 6. p. m. Columbia River Stsamer. To Astoria & ay landing. 4 B. sk. Except Sunday Saturday, 10 p. m Willameft, Firm. Daily Ex. Sun 6 a. in. 4)S0p. ta. O-iegon City, Kew-I Except Snadsvv ber(i, baleni, Inde pendence and vay landings 0 a. tn. Tuesday 4:S0 p.m. Corvallis and Way- Monday, Thursday Landings. YVednsdy and Saturday and Fri day. 7 a. m. T uesday, T hursd'y and SatuiU'v WILLAMETTE AND YAMHILL RIVERS S -.80 p.m. Monday Wednes Oregen City, Dy- day sad ton Way -land's, Friday, Leave Riparia 8-40 a. ra, Taily Leave L cvriatoa Daily a:30a-m Soaks Eivar. Riparia to LewU'n A. L CRAIG, Gen. Pass. Agent, J. P. TAPSCOTT, Agent, Corvallis, Oregon. Notice for Publication. Vkitx Sum LiK Ontcs, Oregon City, Oregen. Mirth, 4, 1H1. Notice is hereby sjven that in complisnes with tn provisions ot the act ot Congress el June t, 1IH, entitled "An act tor the sale ol timber lane's in tae States of Calilornia, Oregon, Nevada, aa Wash ington Territory," as extended to all tha rnhlia Land States by act ef August 4. 1883. MRS.' BESSIE 8. FLYNN, of Mnmuth, count rt folk, slate of Oretra, has this cay Med ill this'olfice her sern statement Ka. 5358, fur the purchase ot SH ol Kk and&iofBEJ. ofSectiim No 2 m Township No 13 South, lange Ho 7 west, and will offer proof to show that the land souht is more valuable for its timber or none thaa for iirricultur.il purposes, and to establish her claim to ku4 lnd before the Keirister and Keceiier of this office at Oregon City, Brecon, tin VtdneBday, tha 9flth dav of May, 1901. ehe n tines as witnesses: Michael G. Flynn, of Fall City, l'olk Co., Or, Jas U. Rynnf of Monmouth. Polk Co., Or . Samuel W. Ewing, of Fall Citv, Polk Co., Or., John W. Hyde, of Philomath, Benton Ca., Or. Any and all persons claiming adverwly the iWn described lauds .r, requested to 01. their etalata this office on oi hefore sa d I 29th day .f Maj, 1901. Bagiatar Hotlc ot Fimat SettlotMCt . . - j. nar'!srtakaafl aWata. Sttlna In oraaaM, and Saturday, tha th TaJ rebruVy, 19.1, 10 Veloc ., laid anal account and the s.ttJmt ""'.