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THE tONHIUS GJZETff,
FRIDAY, MAY 31,1901.
SPRING 1901 STYLES
'.' IN '
Ye bare now on sale, and new
spring auits or uress
Osr suits compiUa the newest and
best ot the lata creation inch as coat and
bolero effects and postillion backs. New
style akirta are alio shown and jacketa
Tba price of oar suits range from $8.00
S, E Young & Son.
The Black Cat.
O A C souvenir olire disher, at
Call and see Kline's new grocery
Gilt-edge bargains in all lines at
Nolan & Callahan's.
Leave orders at the Commission
Store for all kinds of wood.
Buy the Black Cat hose the kind
that wears, for sale only at Kline's.
Its about time to get next to some
cool underwear at, Nolan & Calla-1
Fresh candy, fruit and nuts, al
ways on hand atr the Commission
Poultry food, poultry cure, and
insect powder, at the Commission
Secure an O A C souvenir vase
creamor, sugar or bon bon dish, at
Miss Ella McLyiuan went to
Portland yesterday for a few dayV
visit with friends.
Miss Kate Ketch nm of Indepen
dence is visiting Miss Juanita Rob
endorf, of 0 A C
Ed and Dell Fel ton went to Wells
yesterday, whore they are engaged
on a job of massnry. -
All work guaranteed by Albert J.
Metger, watchmaker, three doors
north of the postoffice.
Mrs. L; M. Boozer went to Port
land yesterday for a visit of some
duration with relatives.
Friday is the time to order your
dressed chicken for Sunday's din
ner, at ths Commission Store.
Robert Whidby, tinner for Hus
ton & Bogue, left Wednesday for a
few days' visit - with Astoria rela
Miss Kate Gerhard came over
from Albany Wednesday, returning
yesterday. She . will spend the
Remember the ice cream and
strawberry social at the residence
of Dr. and Mrs. Farra, tonight.
Everybody is welcome. '
Rev. G. S. 0. Humbert attended
vinity Soliool which ocourrod in
Eugene, Monday night.
Mrs. Adelaide Fullington is visit
ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. H.
Horton, near Monroe. . She left
Wednesday and will be absent a
week, .r ..
Mrs. H. J. Wilkins departed on
Friday's train for Corvallis, where
she will visit with her brother in
law, S. N. Wilkins.. Roseburg Re
view. Rev. L. M. Bjozer will preach in
the Mt. View school house Sunday
morning at 11 and at 2-30 in the
afternoon. Basket dinner after
Miss Etta Smith, of last year's
graduating class, O A C, has been
the guest during the past few days
of her sister, Miss Rebena Smith,
who is attending college.
-The members ef the college band
and their lady friends were enter
tained at the home of Prof, and
Mrs E- R. Lake, last evening. The
affair was very much enjoyed.
The regular monthly meeting of
the Benton County Crtizens League
will take place at 8 o'clock tomor
row night, at the court houEe. It
is desired that the meeting will be
Charles Bowen, the Dusty mor
phine fiend who has been under
treatment for the "dope" habit, is
almost entirely cured, and is once
more in full possession of hie men
Harry B sard, whe returned re
cently from the Philippines and
who has been visiting friends in
Corvallis, leaves today for Salem
to accept a position as teaoher in
the reform school.
There will be no morning preach
ing in the United Evangelical
church on account of the services
in the Mt. View school hous. Sun
day school at 10 o'clock. Evening
service as usual at s o'clock.
W.'AI Sanders, thb. watchmaker.
D. M. Smith returned yesterday
irom a Dusiqeas trip to rortland.
Miss Emma Crawford went to
Salem Wednesday for a short visit.
O A C souvenir pin trays of vari
ous designs and views, at Zierolfs.
For shozs, bats and furnishing
gosds, go to Young s Kaefcet btore
A. W. Bowereoz, now of Albany,
spent l uesday with friends in Cor
vallis. Charley , Osborne spent a few
days this week visiting friends in
this city. ; : : .
Mr Madole and family left Wed
nesday for an outing of several weeks
at Nye Creek.
Frank Flemming arrived this
week from Vancouver for a visit
with relatives. . ....;
Tite Ranney, the Summit mer
chant, was a Corvallis visitor the
first of the week.
Charles Banton and wife of Alsea,
were business visitors in Corvallis
the first of the week. -
Joseph Harlan has been very sick
the past few days, at bis home in
the west part of town. "
George Rycraft and family, of
Alsea, visited friends in Corvallis
Saturday and Sunday. .
H. M. Hiiliary, formerly mastar
of the Oregon State Grange, was a
Corvallis visitor this week, .
Our premium dishes have arrived.
Present your coupons. v
prolan & Callahan.
Migs Mildred Johnson will ar
rive from Portland next (Thursday,
to attend commencement and visit
Mrs. Esther Reid arrived home
Tuesday from Baker City where
she had been as a delegate of the
Rebekahs of thiaoity to the grand
lodge. ; .' ..
E. L. Bryan and G- G. Newton
were delegates Irom the Odd Fel
lows lodge of Philomath to the
grand lodge which met in Baker
City last week. ,
Charles Kohnof Portland visited
over Sunday with Corvallis relatives.
Accompanied by his sister-in-law
Mrs Rose balling;, he went to New
port Tuesday, for a few days' sojourn-
William Collins is having his
country residence repaired. His
place is located about a mile west of
Suver. Next week Underwood and I
Kerr will go down and paint the
house. - .
Carl Hodes and H. L. Cranor
have been granted a license to con
duct a saloon in Albany. This
privilege was granted by the "city j
dads" of that place at their regular
session Tuesday night.
Enoch Emeriek, who has been
for a long time employed in Len
ger's commission store, has "pur
chased an interest in a wood saw
and began work with the same on
Wednesday. His former place with
the eommision company is filled by
Fred Cooper, living three miles
west of Corvallis, is slowly recover
ing from his injuries received one
month age. , The young man was
the victim of an attack by an infur
iated bull, and the injuries received
by Mr. Cooper were of a very serious
character, but his recovery is now
regarded as certain.
The following . are , the officers
elected for the ensuing six months
in Marys Peak Camp, No. 126, W.
O. W.: Past consul, J. L. -Underwood;
consul commander, J. H.
Gibson; escort, C A. Gould; watch
man, W. K. Taylor; sentry, Horace
Lilly; manager, G. R. Farra; musi
cian, 3. L. Underwood.
Because of the baccalaureate ser
mon a week from next Sunday, the
children's dv exercises will occur
next Sunday evening at the Congre
gational church. The series of meet
ings at Plymouth chapel close this,
Friday evening, and there will be
communion and the usual Sunday
morning service at the local church.
The public is invited.
June 14th will be the 124th an
niversary of the birthday of the
United Stales flag. , State Superin
tendent Ackerman has received a
communication from D. P. Thomp
son, special aid On staff of Commis-sienei-in-Chief
G. A. R., in charge
of military instruction in puUio
schools, . stating that., this .day be
brought to the attention of the
school children of Oregon, as has
been done in other states.
Rev. E. L. Fitch, presiding elder
of the Willamette District of the
M. E. church, South, will hold the
third quarterly conference of the
Corvallis church, Saturday and
Sunday. Services will be held as
follows: Saturday, at 11 a. m. and
8 p. m., preaching by the presiding
elder. Sabbath, services at 11 a.
m. and 8 p. m., Rev. Fiteh con
ducting all services. The public
will be Welcomed to these services.
When returning from the hills
Tuesday, where they had been
strawberrying, Mrs.; Emma Kerr
and Miss Alice Horton met a driver-
less team , of mules, attached to a
hack The animals were walking
leisurely along, seemingly oblivious
of the fact that there was no hand to
guide them. Thev wereoaught and
tied to the fence by Miss Hortoa ;
but to whom they belonged or how
they happened to be out for sush
a selitary stroll, is not known.
.'Earl T3randeberry,-of Albany,
was visiting old friends in Corvdllis
yesterday.'; yH- f 5
' Miss Ollie Skmton of Salem
came up yesterday for a short visit
with friends. - she will return today
. Prof.S. I. Pratt and Henry Amb
ler were among those from'rhilo-
raath who visited Corvallis yester
After today bicycle riders must
not ride on the. sidewalks. The
ordinance .governing this matter
prohibits cyclists -on the sidewalks
until November 1st. v
Mrs. T. W. Graves and Mm. "FT.
E. Harris, of Astoria, arrived in
Corvallis Wednesday - to ; remain
over Decoration Day. They expect
10 return nome today. ; ;.,- ; r f
The ladies of the Presbyterian
church will give a missionary tea
tnis axiernoon at two o'clock, at the
home of Mrs S. N. Wilkins. All
tbejadies are expected to be pres.
ent. " -.:-. '- .
T. 1Y Barnhart, : Roy Barnhart
and i Frank Williamson returned
from Wells Wednesday evening,
having I completed painting ' and
papering the Artisan hall at that
place. .:.? V'':..:.-'' y.
The Rebekahs elected "officers
Monday evening. .They are: Noble
Grand,; Mrs - William Currin; Vice
Grand, Eda " Jacobs;.. Secretary,
Mrs M. Brunk; treasurer, Mrs E:
Allen. ' -, " " f . .
The senior class of O A C was
given a picnic by Miss Snell, Wed
nesday, afternoon. The scene of
gaiety was just across the Willam
ette, and the affair was greatly en
joyed by all. 1 ,
Capt. T. T. Apperson, president
of tba, board, of legests of O A C,
has been in town on college busi
ness during the Week. He address
ed the student body in chapel Tues
day morning. .-...::. . :.
Salem, Eugene, Corvallis and Al
bany may sometimes disagree about
eggs and pretty ; girls, but when it
comes to siBgingthere is complete
harmony and their voices blend
like running water. Albany Demo
crat. . . - . :V ''
At the Christian church. Mrs.
Ella M. Humbert's subject at 11 a.
m. will be "The Bread of Life." In
the ejrening at 8 o'clock will be
given " the annual "Children's Day."
program, consisting of songs and
recitations by the young people andJ
the children. You will be welcome.
Tuesday, Don Holgate arrived
from Seattle. He has employment
as a stenographer in that city and
is down for a short visit. It has
been Don's1 intention to take ths
civil service examination on June
7th, but up to date his commission
has not arrived from Washington,
The doors of the Agricultural
College will soon close until fall.
The junior and lower classes have
about finished their examinations.
The latter part of next week will
be devoted to the final "exams" of
the seniors, and a week from today
the third and last term of the
schodf year will close.
There was an election of officers
at the Coffee Club, Monday after
noon. Miss Sarah Jaoobs was re
elected president, and the other offi
cers are:-Vice president, Bertha
Davis: secretary, Mrs Kulh (JIark;
assistant secretary, Clara Fischer;
treasurer, Lulu Spangler." The li
brary trustees are Mesdames Calla
han, Selling and Lee.
The annual catalogue of the O A
C for 1900-1, will be ready for dis
tribution next week. It contains
announcements for the college year
ef 1901-2, and is quite an elaborate
affair, containing nearly 15U pages.
The work of printing is up to the
usual high standard or worK turn
ed out at the O A C printing office
by Printer George B. Keady and
his sen,' Walter.
Two picnics are scheduled to take
place on the 14th of June. One
will be given by the Artisans at
Calloway's grove, wnn many iea
tures of interest, and a rand ball
in the evening. The other is to be
union school picnic at urott s
grove in Liun county, near the
Frank Francisco place, isota pro-
mise'to be most pleasant and. to at
tract large crowds. . -
Charles Kennedy, whom we re
ported to have been stabbed a couple
of weeks ago, at his home in Port
land, has sufficiently recovered to
be out again. He declares tnai
published accounts of the manner
in which the affray occurred are
wrong, but as be offers no plausible
explanation of the affair, the police
are sticking to, the theory . that his
(-year-old son did tne cutting. ,
. The renort that Wallis Nash is
contemplating the sale of his ranch
and moving to roruana, ib cauemg
some alarm among lrienas 01 tne
Mav fe&tival - lest Mr. ..Nash in the
event . of his going away, would
have to sever his connection wnn
the -choral union. ' In a recent let
ter to. the Gazette, however, Mr.
Nash-quiets thsse ream. . He says
"I wish to say that my purpose and
intention is to stay with the festival
and with the Corvallis end of it,
whether we sell the ranch or not,
and that when the ranch is . sold I
expect to-have more, not less time,
to devote to the training of the fes
tival chorus." -
An" Exciting Time :
Something over a year ago. D. S.
Adams, who resides. ia-Job's ad
dition, traded horses with George
A. Robinson. vThe liorse that
Mr. Adams received in the trans
fer was a good-animal t pull,
but one ' had to be careful in
handling it, and if it was idle for
any length of time its tad to be
broken ever again. During the
past winter. Mr. Adams had no
use for his, teatn and gave; them
to a friend to work for their "keep.
A couple ef months ago the team
was returned to the owner, and
have stood in the "stable since
until Tuesday. - -;
As Mr-' Adams iwdald soon
have to use ' tfieru, he concluded
that it was about time to break
his unraly horse, and '.with his
son Norton's assistance, the team
was Bitched to a wood wagon
with a seat about six feet from
the ground, j Before starting out,
the precaution of tying a rope
around the horse's jaw had been
taken.' When Mr. Adems climb
ed onto his seal Norton handed
him the reins, but : before lie se
cured a firm hold of them;' the
team bolted. Away they went
like-all .possessed, - headed north ,
with Mr. Adams tugging frantic
ally, at the reins. Across the road
fromv where the start was made, is
a small ditch. The runaways
missed the bridge, and the fore
wheels went into the ditch, let
ting the tongue fall. The tongue
broke and ran into the ground,
and the team got loose from the
wagon.1 Ths check, to progress
was so sudden that Mr. Adams
was hurled into space and fell
some distance, striking ' n his
side, v For a wonder ho was only
slightly braised. The team then
ran east' to Mr. . Blakeslee's,
where the'vicions horse jumped
the fence, throwing the ' other
animal. T;; This "brought them
to a .standstill,' ' one horse stand
ing a- one side of the fence,
while the rther was down on the
opposite side and could not get up.
Mrs. Adams witnessed the run
away up to the time that ;Mr.
Adams was throws from the
wagon. She was certain that
her husband was killed,' and
came near dying from fright, v It
was somotime "before she was
calmed and the effects of her; at
taok of hysteria subsided." Taken
altogether, it : Was a fortunate
ending to what came near being
a most disastrous affair. " Mr.
Adams no longer owns this un
ruly animal he traded it off the
same day. . l J
O A C Entertains.
Through the courtesy oF the '
officials ot the C. & E., the offi
cials of the State Grange came
over from Albany, . Wednesday
morning, arriyingat nine o clock.
All of the officers of the grange,
as well as representatives of the
various agricultural and horticul
tural papers, were iu attendance."
Many other visitors embraced
this opportufiity to .visit the col
lege under conditions so favor
able. 'The college of this . city,
being an agricultural institution,
is very near the hearts who take
an interest 'in. grange matters
and it is in every way worthy of
their attention and iaterest. '
On arriving at the O A C, the
visitors were met by a commit
tee and escorted - about the
grounds and through all : of. the
buildings. They were shown,
the various recitation rooms; the
library, museum, printlflg office,
and given aa insight to the many
scientific and mechanical devices
that are utilized . at this great
agricultural college for .the fur
therance of education and experi
mental research. Ia many things
the visitors were surprised, es
pecially at the magnitude ot the
institution ''' J
In the . way - of entertainment
the class fn physical culture.
consisting of young ' ladies and 1
gentlemen, gave an athletic
drill which was highly pleasing.
The cadet battalion appeared on
dress parade and went through
a series of military drills, during
which C the cannon boomed
forth a hearty welcome. . "It was
a memorable occasion and the
visitors, as well as the faculty
and students, were well, pleased;
The visitors departed on the reg--ular
11:20 train. ;
Inquiring for Mrs. Dutton. ;
.Writinff to the Gazette from
Port Adelaide,- South Australia;
under date of April 6th, Mrs. S.
H. Jones makes inquiry concert
ing her sister, Mrs. J. uatton,
formerly 01 this city. Mrs,
Jones says that her sister, whose
maiden name was Morris, lelt
Beaton county; withher' family
flbaiit Tgor. . for Wataskiwin.
Canada. In July, 1897, she left
that place to return to Corvallis.
and $iaee. that time Mrs. Jones
has had no news of them. '
Upon inquiry the Gazette is
able to learn bat little concern
ing the present 'whereabouts of
Mr. Dation and family. Tfiey
returned to Corvallis from Can
ada a few. vears a?o. After the
death of Mr. 'Duttoa's mother.
he moved with his" familv to
Salem, Oregon, where they prob
ably still reside. Anyone hav
ing knowledge whiflh will assist
Mrs. Jones to find her sister, will
confer a great favor by forward
ing the same to this paper; or
writing directly to that lady at
Port Adelaide, South Australia,
in care of the Mariae Board.
A' Just Tribute.
The weather was ideal on Decora
tion Day. The city was draped
with flags and bunting and was as
gala as though the occasion were
the Fourth of July. Early morn
ing parties visited the cemeteries
and when the set program of the
afternoon occurred in these cities of
the dead, the air was laden with
sweet perfume, and beautiful flowers
nodded a welcome. .
The evening program, held in the
M. E. church, was impressive and
largely attended. The principal
feature was the address by CoL Phil
lips. Near the close of his remarks
Col. Phillips paid this just tribute
to the patriotic women of '61:
"What of the no less patriotic
women? History makes scant re
cord ot their sacrifices, yet wives
looking at their helpltBS children,
repressed their tears and bad's hus
bands go; proud mothers gave their
jewels, their noble, manly boys, with
the injunction to die rather than
dishonor the name they bore; gen
tle, loving sisters gave their beloved
brothers; plighted maidens gave
their chosen lovers to fill the' ranks
of war. Then followed wteks and
months of agonizing suspense. We
fought battles, sometimes; they, all
the time. After one of ours, how
anxiously they scanned the ghastly
list of killed and wounded to learn
if it bora the name of their loved
onel Ah! there it is among the miss
ing; but whether killed, or wounded
and a prisoner no one knew. Then
came months, often lengthened into
years, of alternate hope and despair.
His comrades returned, but he
marched not with them. The war
ended, but he came not. He was
among the raissing,-still and forever
missing. Ob, merciful . God 1 How
many other gravos filled by broken
hearts ' were digged by those un
known, unmarked "soldier graves!
"Forever cherished be the mem
ory of the loystl, true-hearted
women of tha North," who laid
priceless gifts upon the altar of sac
rifice that the Union . might be pre
served." He Wrote So "Very Plain.'
The following is the result of
a poet's maiden effort on a type
Writer, as set forth by the Gulf
Churchman, of Corpus Christi,
Texas Anybody who has tried
a machine will readily observe a
vein of humor in the fellow who
wrote "so very plain:"
I have a new typ-ewriter. - .
Annd it is my delight
To patter on it gailY
And wrie, and write (nd White?
It aides mE in my lavors9 "
When I (m in WorkiNg yien
It makes S A GREat improveMent
I write So verY PlAin.
- I write So vEry Plain.
It oPerates sosohr- 123fik "3F9fl
. that when yDa find yon're stucK7
and Cannot fiNd the iette4er
Just 6jab and trusT to lUck32).
It's Eaay-Yrey easv - - --
To operAthe it then .'ff,()"gBb
Now where on earth's that coLoa !
. GivE meemy ink and pen !
W. 8. S.
-' Letter List.
For the 'week ending May 18, 1901.
Persons calling for these letters will
please state date on which they were
advertised.- They will be charged at the
rate ef one cent each.
Fred Andrews, O D Bates, L W Cbam
plin, W E Gibbs (2), Peter Hoover, Mrs
E J Hill, M Mackey, James Mahey, Miss
Emmi Malvaney (2), M L Miller, Robt
O Mitchell, W R Newman,:; Mrs-G
Phelps (2). Alex Rose, M S Short, Rev.
I F Soly and Blrt Weilrick. . 4 i -. . - v
' B. W. Johnson, P. M. "
Zierolf has just received the finest
assortment of souvenir dishes ever
brought to Corvallis. They contain
views of the various O A C build
ings. . Native Herbs.
Anyone. desiring this great blood puri
fier, may secure the same by calling on
or addressing - .. '"..:..;
; . ' s 'F.- KlecKeb, :
r ; 'Philomath, Or, .
fnce si per Dx.
Bread and butter plates, ehoeo-
late cups, coffee cups, etc, with views
of Cauthorn Hall, Alpha Hal), Me
chanical Hall and Executive Build
ings on them, at Zierolf'B.
New goods all the time at No'an
& Callahan's, t
.-. "T had a rnnninc sore on mv breast for
over a. year," says Henry R. Richards, of
Wulseyvuie, a. 1., ."ana wiea a great
inaiT remedies, but cot no relief until I
used Banner Salve.. After using one-ball
box, I was perfectly cured. I cannot re
commend it. too mgniy." uranam x
Yorthm. . z r
and wear the clothes
San Francisco's leading tailor.
Evory suit guaranteed to please
.. garments, well tailored fab- ;
- rics ll wooL A good suit made
or order cost you but a little
more than a flimsy "ready
made." Call on "
S. L. KLINE
( have your measure taken, but?
insist that you select from the '
Henry Hilp samples. They are '
the best. " . .
SPECIAL SALE .
iMen's Linen Hats for Summers
The largest Line in town to select' from and
f . Prices the Lowest.
Headquarters for Soft Brown Shirts and Collars. All the
new styles in stock. .
See us for Fine Shoes; everything that is new in Patent
Kid and Oxfords any style you want.
Sole agent for the Black Cat Hose for men. The kind
that wears; 10 to 35 cents per pair.
Corvallis' Most Popular Eating House
AND RESTAUR ANT;
T?nl. 1 J J -1 ' a 1 1 m , t n ' 1 r . 9
p rirau mcau uauy. a. complete srocK. oi canaies, iniira ana g
nuts kept canstantly on hand. Smokers supplies v
. . . a specialty.
H. W. HALL, Proprietor.
. graduation. . .
Strang Academic and Professional Course. . Well Equipped Training Department
Exyensea ranee from $iao to $175 per year. 1 FallTcrm Opens September 17th.
For catalog containing full announcements, address.
J. B. V. BUTLER,
people are killed every year in this
country by CONSUMPTION. The
fault is theirs.. No one need have
consumption. It is not hereditary.
It is brought on by neglect. You
have a slight cold and cough. You
do nothing to get rid of it.
will cure a cough or cold in one
night. ' -
l t aiShiiohTs is an nnfailios cure for coughs,
throat and long- troubles. It will curs con
, sumption. It is a remarkable remedy.1'
, - . A. E. SALTER, M. D., Buflalo, N. Y.
Shlloh's Consumption Core Is sold by all
druggists at 25o, 60c, Sl.OO a battle. A
Erinted sroarantM s;oes with every bottle,
r you are not satisfied go to your druggist
and get your meey back. .
Write for illnstrated book on consumptions Sent
without cost to you, S. C. Wells A Co., lie Roy, N.Y
Sold b Graham t& Wortham
BANNER 8A LVE
the most healing salve In the world.
- Champion Gopher Gun.
-. - . - 7 i
Harvey Sargeant is the inventor- of a
gopher gnn ; which - will prove a great
boon to all who- ore annoyed by "var
mints"bf any jdescrlption,It. will kill
anything from a mouse to a grizzly bear,
and it. never fails. The price is only
$1.50. For sale by Huston & Bogue, The
Corvallis Commission store, and at the
factory on Main street. - See it work,
and buy one,'
The well dressed man "gets
there." Come and see our new
spring suits. Nolan & Callahan.
wrwn n n 1
State Normal Sg1?oo1
DEMAND FOR GRADUATES The demand
- for graduates ot the Normal School, dur
ing the past year has been much beyond
Positions from $40 to $75 m month.
STATE CERTIFICATES AND DIPLOMAS
Students are prepared for the slate exam
inations and readily take state papers on
P. X. CAMPBEIX,
Foley's Kidney Care
makes kidneys and bladder right.
The least in quantity and most in
qaality describes DeWitt's Little Early
Risers, the famous pills for constipation
and liver complaints. Graham & Wells.
Yes, August Flower still has the
largest sale of any ruediciae in the
civilized world. Your mother and
grandmothers never thought ef
using anything else for indigestion
or biliousness. Doctors were scarce
and they seldom heard of appen
dicitis, nervous prostration or heart
failure, etc. They used August
Flower.to cleanse . ou the system
and stop fermentation of undi
gested food, regulate the action of
the liver,, stimulate the nervous and
organic action of the system, amd
mat is, all tney took when feeling
dull and bad with headaches and
other aches. You only need a few
aoses 01 ureen s August Flower, in
liquid form, to make you satisfied
there is nothing serious the matter
with you. Get Green's Prize Alma
nac. uraham & Wortham.
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Llewellen setter bird dog, white, "with
black ears and small black spots over
body ; collar with name, "I. M. Hunter,"
cat in leather. Any information will bo
thankfully received. ' I. M. Hchteb.
A Call for Warrants,
Notice is hereby given that thwe is
money on hand at the county treasurer's
office to pay all orders endorsed' and
marked "aot paid for want of funds" up
to and including those of November 9th,
1900. Interest will be stopped on same
from this date,
Corvallis, May 18th, 1901. . 7
f W. A. BcCHAXAil,
Treasurer of Benton Co., Or.
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