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THE CORVALLIS GAZETTE.-
TUESDAY, JUKE 11, 1901.
SPRING 1901 STYLES
, We haye now oa sale, and new
Spring Suits & Dress
JOer suits comprise the newest and
beat of the late creations such aa coat and
bvltro effects and postillion backs. New
style skirts are also shown and jackets
The price of our suits range from $8.00
E Young & Son
, The Black Cat.
H S and M clothing, at Klines.
All kinds of . repairing, at the
New hats, all prices, just arrived,
at Young's Cash Store,
Mrs. F. A. Lark has baan seri
ously ill since Thursday.
Leave orders at the Commission
Store for all kinds ef wood.
Bay the Black Cat hoEe the kind
that wears, for sale only at Kline's.
Mrs. Frank Ha'l is visiting re
latives at Wells. She left Friday.
Miss Grace Glassford of Kings
Valley is visiting Oorvallis relatives.
Fresh candy, fruit and nuts, al
ways on hand at the Commission
Poultry food, poultry cure, and
insect powder, at the Commission
Miss Sadie Dixon of Yaquina, is
t'ae guest duing commencement of
hr aunt, Mr3. Barber.
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All work guaranteed by Albert J.
Mstasger, watchmaker, three doors
north of the postoffice.
Friday is the time to order your
dressed chifken for Sunday's din
ner) at the Commission Store.
Mrs. Carl Porter passed a few
days in Independence last week,
the guest of her sister, Mrs. T. D.
The front of the grocery store of
August Hodes has been made at
tractive with a freth coat of paint.
Barndart did the work.
Mrs. R. J. Nichols of Msnroe was
the guest, Thursday and Friday, of
bar daughter Miss Grace, of 0 A C-
Johnny Martin and Albert Nelson
were in from Monroe Friday, filing
on timber claims we3t of that town.
- Among others from a distance in
attendance at the high scheol exer
cises Thursday night, was Miss
Grace Huff, of Philomath. z
Erwin J. Lee who finished a post
graduate course last year at O A G,
arrived Friday to attend commenee
ment. Mr. Lee has been taking a
Course at Berkeley, the past year. '
Mr. and Mrs. S. Chipm&n left
Saturday for Portland. They will
be absent about three weeks. Be
fore they return, Mrs. Chipman will
attend the W. R' C. convention at
Forest Grove. I :- ' --
Hon. C W. Fultftn, of Astoria,
has been secured to deliver the ad
dress at Albany for the Fourth of
July celebration. Linn county was
for a short time Mr. Fulton's borne
in the years gone by. ;; ; n,.'-.y :
Much work has been done on the
bicycle path south of town. Some
glass is reported to be on the path
' a short distance north of the mill
race bridge, and it will be well for
riders to have a care when they
pass along this portion of the path
Dr. Clair Brown, of Independence',
attended the dance at the Armory,
Friday evening, and the picnic at
Browns bridge the following day
6. K. Brown is an uncle of the doc
tor. Dr. Brown is A popular young
man and a favorite dentist of our
M. J. Erv-in, who got into trouble
in Portland recently and "vam
oosed" for parts unknown, has been
stricken from the police force of the
metropolis, by the commissioners of
. police, Mat was for years a resident
of this oity and the story of his trou
bio was printed in , the Gazette
several weeks ago. VHie present
whereabouts is unlcnown.-,
Various committees .are at work
making arrangements for a reception
to be given by the Odd Fellows in
their hall in about two weeks.. . The
affair is to be in honor of C B. Moor
and S, E. Hemphill, who have been
members of the I. O.. O. F. for 50
years; in fact, Mr. Moor has belong-
ed to the order for 57 vears, There
are about 100 members of the local
lodge, and each will be permitted to
invite one guest to the reception
There will be an interesting program
a banquet and many other features
of interest. The date will bean-
pounced later, ., v :
: W. A, Sanders, th "watchmaker.
Call aodsee Kline's new grocery
No charges for prescriptions at
the Bicycle Hospital.
William Carpenter came dewn
from Monroe Thursday- ,f,43,s
- 3o to YoungV Cash Store for all
kinds of fancy flower baskets.
O A C souvenir pin trays of vari
ous des;gns and vitws, at Zierolf's.
For ehotf hata " and Ifurnishirg
gjode,go to Young's Racket Store.
Assessor Wads worth, of Lincoln
county, has been in our .city the
past few days, looking after matters
Mr. Maxon, of Iowa, uncle of Mrs.
F. L. Miller, of this city, has been
the guest of the latter during the
past few days.
Miss , Emma Baber, of Junction
City, has been in Corvallis for the
past few days, the guest of Miss
A bargain :-An all wool fine twist
black suit for $10.00, f the Hart
Schaffner and Mart brand. Best
made. At Klines.
Underwood 1& Xerr have been
engaged : recently ' in painting the
Baptist church. The color is drab'
with white tiimmings.
Ed Crawford.camo up from Salem
Friday, to attend the dance in the
armory. He left for Albany at 'the
close of the party in ordsr-to oatch
the overland ti am for oalem; ; -
Mrs. M. S. Woodcock and Mrs.
H. W. Hall, went to Portland yes
terday to attend ths mealing of the
Grand Chapter of Eastern "Star,
which convened is that city Mon
day. .... ... ... .... ..... I .' .. . ......
Miss Nellie . Smith, representing
a Portland house, has been; demon
strating what can be done in the
threaded wheat biscuit line at the
various groceries of the city during
the past few days.
Mrs. A. 0. Riddle, of Southern
Oregon,, mother of Miss Blanche
Riddle who is to graduate from the
O. A. C. tomorrow, arrived ia this
city, Saturday, to remain until after'
tne commencement exercises.
Dr. Lowe, who is so well known
in this city; will take his 32nd de
gree in Masonry this week. Dr.
Lowe's father resides at Charleston,
S. O., and Is on? of the few 32nd de
gree Masons in the United States.
"Hank" Wells, who is now;at
Republic, Washington, in a recent
letter to bis father f in this city,
stated that at the time of writing,
George Tavenor, well known bare,
was in jail at that place on a charge
of horse-stealing. . ffi
Taken altogether, this has been
a very backward spring. ltere
have been only a tew perfect days
so far this season, and the greater
part of the time there has been the
esmplaint that the weather was too
cold for the growing crops.
Today the ,. juniors f will have a
shootinff contest for a gold medal.
The scene of action will be the Mat-J
ley place. About twenty-five beys
will shoot and each will fire twenty
five shots. The distances will be
from 100 to 500 yards. The medal
will be designed after a target and
crossed guns-' .
Mr. and MrsT Ira" Wishert Y and
child, of Baker City, arrived in Cor
vallis, Saturday, to remain untii
after toe commencement exercises.
Both Mr. Wishert and his wife at
tended college here a. few years ago,
Mrs. Wishert, whose maiden name
was Russell, having graduated at
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One of the most ambitious young
girls in this of any other town, is
Miss. Lura e iett. in order to pay
her own expenses through college
next, year, ehff will shortly bpgin
teaching a juvenile class iftrlndi an
olub and dumb bell exercises; j.ne
desire to be self supporting, is - a
laudable one,; and theSyonthful,
teacher should, and. doubtless will,
receive liberal encouragements jS
' - The j unior ; hop ktthft Arinory
Friday night was a success in every;
way. There was a large attendance,
many people doming' from neighbor
ing cities. The music was furnished'
by Parson's orchestra of Portlandi"
and was most satisfactory, and the
floor waa in excellent condition. The
fire caused some little cemmotion
for a short interval, hut the excite
ment soon subsided. Dancing was
continued until 12 o'clock. Those
of the Juniors who apiged. the.,
affair are to .be congratulated, on
tbdr success, 'Their desire was to
gjve an enjoyable party,regardless
of expense.. This they'" succeeded
in doing, and had the neat little
sum of 30 cents left over.
.The Anijuai rteaeherix institute,
for Benton county, eonvenes ins4his
city on' Wednesday, tfiufsdaryind
Friday of -oextweek.,,., To save ex
pense no Evening" essione ' wjll be
held." They come here-for workj
not to be -'entertained- VThe follow
ing able instructors have been so
carod " for : this ceasion Profv II.
B. , Bachamj of, Monmouth: Normal,
Sohoolteaeher of twefity v gear's'
experience in"""lfie"' estate normal
sohool of New York. Stale Super
intendent r Ackerraao, -It. F. .Robin
son, school soperittendent of ' Mnlt
rromah county. ; Prof . W. G. Fisher,
of Philomath, will have charge of
the vocal music..-' A complete, pro
gram will appear in Friday 'g- Gazette,"-
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5jjps-Vida Maston of Albany is
visiting friends here for a few days.
John Gault, an attendant at the
state insane asylum, spending com
mencement in this city.
The report which was so kindly
handed in, of the picnic at Brown's
bridge, reached us too late for pub
lication. V &
Carl Abrains, of the class of 1900,
0. A. C. arrived, Saturday from his
home in Lincoln, Oregon, to lemain
until after commencement. '
A very pleasant surprise party
was tendered Mr. , and Mrs. John
Whiteaker and family last Friday
evening; . by a. company of some
30 of their neighbors. The party
brought a.number,' 6f musical in
struments and ah evening of mirth
tnd dancing was closed with a
Robert Glass and his sister, Miss
Lillian, started yesterday for Glen-
dale, in Eastern Oregon. They are
going across tne mountains over
the Santiam route and expect
to encounter some show on the
way. Frank Glass, a brother, is
located there, and they will visit
him for a month or such a matter.
An Oregon editor dreamed that
he died and, of course, went to
heaven and there came upan a man
in chains, fastened to a post. He
inquired if it was necessary to pun
ish people that way in heaven
"That man," said St. Peter, "is a
man from Oregon.' We always have
to keep Oregonians chained up for
awhile in order to keep them from
J. F. Yates and Lon Locke own a
small flock of sheep, 31 in number,
lf-of which are two-year-olds, SO
are yearlings. They sheared 341
pounds of wool and raised 24 lambs;
the flock averaged 11 pounds per
head. They sold their wool at 13
cents per pound making a total of
$45.18. This shows that there is
money in sheep and there is ni
doubt about it. "-"-'
The public sohool exercises passed
off . very smoothly at the Opera
House, Thursday evening. The pro
gramme, as previously announced
in this paper, was rendered, and the
various numbers proved most enter
taining. Owing to the lateness ol
the hour Prof. McDonald wisely
cut off an orchestral number at the
close of the program. The school
year was completed Friday, . ,
A laTge Growd attended the bac
calaureate ; sereffoa- given in the
Armory, Sunday morning by Rev.
Herbert S. Johnson, of Boston. The
verdict of those who were present at
the sermon was most flattering to
the Rev. : ' Johnson's - oratorical
powers. In the evening he occupied
the pulpit of the M." E. churc'a and
tnat edinrce- on this occasion was
packed until there was not standing
John Barnhart was the victim of
an accident, Friday morninz. He
went out to the race track, south of
town, to have a look at Reube Ki.
ger's horses. One of the animals
was caught and an attempt was
made to bridle it, but the horse sud
denly whirled abont, throwing Mr.
Barnhart to the' ground with con
siderable violence. ' His left leg is
quite badly strained, and it will
probably be sometime r before he
will be in his usual haunts. V
The biard of directors of the
Corvallis - public schools held a
meeting ia the office of the school
clerk, - last Friday " evening. The
obifct of the meeting was to select
a corps nf teachers for the - next
school year. Lettie Wicks, on the
advice , of her physician, tendered
her resignation. For some time
past she has not enjoyed the best of
health and it was the opinion of
ner physioian that she should rest
a year. , All of the other teachers
were retained, with the exception of
Principal McDonald: The direct
ors will hold another meeting next
Friday nighf for the purpose of de
ciding . what grades to allot the ya
rious teachers,:' V - V . :
1 Benefitted Already.
llThe-i free ;(tejrryl has proved a
great convenience in many ways.
Mr, Melchmn, who hyes m Oak-
ville, Linn " bounty, - related on
the streets a few days ago that a
great. deal of milk is not? com
ing to the " Corvallis" creamery
efrom- the vicinty of Oakville.
1- hauls the milk for his neigh
borsVClong with his own,: to the
creamery and those he hauls for
pay him. 10 cents per hundred
weight ; for v 'hauling. In this
manaet about 1,400 pounds of
milk" reach the ereamefy every
day from- Oakville. .r, Metch
urn stated that a great part of
this milk would not coma here
if it were, not for the fact that a
free ferriage system had been es
tablished. .. , " ', - .'
They haye been hauling milk
to the creamery of Corvallis now
fxr;a' monthly; Saturday, when
MriMetchum started for-Miis
home" across the Willamette, he
had checks on the First National
Bank of this city for $380, which
he.was taking back to distribute
among his neighbors in payment
of the foilk sent to Corvallis dur
ing: the month. Aside from this
sum Mr. Metchum had cashed a
check for himself. - v-"A.:
The third fira toristt Corvallis
during th week past, occurred
Friday night. The property
known as the old St. Clair house
was discovered to be oft fire
shortly after io o'clock, by the
watchman at the mill and Dolph
Emerick. They immediately
rushed to the scene and awakened
Amy Cameron and his mother,
who were the only members of
the household who were in the
house at the time, Miss Nsllie
Cameron and her sister-in-law,
Mrs. Ephriam Cameron, having
gone to the Junior hop at the
Armory. Mrs. M. P. Burnett
discovered the fire about thi time
and after waiting a few moments
for the bell to ring, telephoned
down town to "central," an
naancing that there was a fire in
her section of town. The alarm
was Immediately turned in and
everybody rushed to the scene.
By the time the fire-fighting ap
paratus had arrived the greater
part of the honsehold effects had
been taken out of the lower part
of the house, which was burning
rapidly, with just enough breeze
to faa it nicely.
Through some misconneetion,
carelessness or something else,
there was great trouble experi
enced in getting water. Luckily
the house stood alone and did not
particularly endanger other pro
erty. It is a total ruin. The
ladies of the Coffee Club Were as
usual promptly at their hall, and
the faithful fire laddies were re
freshed with a generous supply
of hot coffee.
Amy Cameron ststes that the
loss sustained by himself, mother
and sister will be between $200
and $300 and is covered by in
surance iu the company that. Cal
Thrasher, of this city, represents.
Mrs. E. Cameron, who recently
arrived from Union, Oregon, on
a visit, lost her entire wardrobe.
The house burned was the pro
perty of Mrs. Mary Bryson. Un
til a short time ago she carried
an insurance of $600 on the dwel
ling, but recently she reduced
the policy to $400. It was in
sured in the company represented
by Mrs. Brvson's son, E. R.
At present the people who
were.burned out are stopping at
the home of J. M. Cameron aud
In Masonic Circles.
The Grand Lodge, A. F. & A.
M., of Oregon, convened in
Portland yesterday. The dele
gates elected to represent the
local lodge of this city were Pro
fessors Covell and Skelton, of O
A C, and Virgil Watters. The
delegates to attend the Grand
Chapter, which convenes tomor
row, are H. W. Hall, S. Chip-
man and.-J.F. Yates. The
Grand Chapter of Eastern Star
convened yesterday morning, and
Corvallis was represented by Mrs.
Ida B. Callahan. Mrs. Lewis
Wilson and Mrs. F. A. Helm,
past grand matrons of the East
ern Star lodge went to Portland
during the latter part 01 last
week to attend the various ses
sions, but Mrs. Callahan went to
Portland by way of Albany Sun
day evening. M. S Woodcock,
past master of Masonry, also
went down to Portland to attend
the different sessions. Ia several
Cases those chosen as representa
tives were unable to attend on
account of business affairs and
sent proxies in their stead. Mrs.
Callahan will be home today j but
Mrs. Helm and Mrs. Wilson will
remain - through the three days'
Where is This Spring;?
Several evening ago a few peo
ple of eminent respectibility vere
grouped aroand the festive board,
relating many and thrilling per
sonal experiences. Among those
present was a prominent O A C
professor. The conversation
turned to the "smoking habit."
The professor is a "quiter," that
is, he "quits" smoking on an
average of about once a week
he seldom Smokfis in public be
cause he is not ashamed of it.
Dnring the conversation, the
professor admitted thai he had
just quit, but was afraid he would
find himself in the toils of the
habit again at any time. In the
course of his remarks he grew
ooafideatial and told of a piece
of information that had unex
pectedly come his way.
History tells of the fountain
of "Everlasting Youth," and old
and young know of the. legend.
Of later origin and nearer home,
is the' story of the lake in East
ern Oregon, or Idaho, in the bot
tom of which a petrified forest is
growing. -These trees are said
to be the home of petrified birds
that are eternally singing petrifi
ed songs. All know of it but
it is not mapped yet. ,
The professor has get wind of
a spring, that is located some
where in the Cascade mountains.
This genial gentleman was told
that after once bathing in its
waters all desire for tabacco Van
ishes. One dip anl you . are
cured. Should you persist in
smoking during the" bathing sea
son you will sweat blood. But
it is no use to hold 9ut against
it, a fellow just simply quits
smoking' and no longer eares for
pipe or weed. The professor is
i a earnest and offers to - pay
$r ,ooo, eash down, to the man
who will guide him to this spring,
and the professor is a man of
his word. -'
The Hat That Never Returned.
A certaiu express agent and
wire manipulator not very far
from Corvallis, attended the
Sunday piGnic at Salem. Every
thing moved along in that easy
style usual on such occasions un
til dinner time, when said ex
press agent and some friends re
paired to the "Cottage" to quiet
the inner conflict that was rag
ing. After dinner, said agent
proposed to move on and make
room for others, but could not
find the new hat that he had
bought . for the occasion. He
hunted, and hunted, bnt could
not find his hat. He was in a
fix, but at tie last moment Bert
BowersOx put in an appearance
and loaned said agent his hat
and placed hiin in charge of a
Salem youth who steered him up
town to a rummage sale, where
he foud . the - article sought for
and his friends all asserted that
it became him much belter than
the lost article.
Tuose present assert that the
funny end ot the matter is that
Logan's new glasses were fuddled
afld that he did not know his
own bat when he saw it, and
that he was Sery anxious that
his Corvallis friends should not
learn ot his mishap.
The local field day event held
on the college campus, Friday
aiternoon, wa9 well attended,
and considering the fact that the
boys had not taken a great deal
of time to specially prepare for
the events, the meet was a very
The 100-yard dash wawonby
Woodcock, Cathey second,-in
10 4-5 seconds.
Half-mile Howard first; De
Laney, second; time, 2:24.
Shot-put L. Burnaugh, 1st;.
Woodcock, 2nd; distance, 34 ft.
; 1 2p-yard hurdles Woodcock,
1st; Cathey, 2nd; tim, 19 sec.
2-mile - bicycle Hestoa,- 1st;
Harder, 2nd; time, 5:03.
High jump Bttraaugh,
Lewis, 2nd; 5 ft 1 in.
li mile rua Carnahan.
Thompson, 2nd; 1 inmate.
220-yard run Woodcock, 1st:
Burnaugh, 2nd; time, 24 25.
Mile run Wilson, 1st: How
ard, 2nd; 5:56 4-5.
Broad jump Uataeyv 1st;
I alley, 2nd; 19 feet.
220-yard hurdle Cathey ist;
Woodcock, 2nd; 28 4-5 sec.
Burnaugh threw . the discus
102 feet and Woodcock vaulted
Bernaugh was awarded the gold
Jenkins Jones, a horse buyer
of Tacoma, Wash., has been in
town during the past few days
looking for animals . suitable for
his parpose. T Friday ; Mr. Jones
agreed t let 'Geae Tortora take
a horse 6f his oat to the place ef
Mr.Tartora's father, : Iastead of
leading the animal oat," 'Geae
drove it oat in a buggy. He did
not get back with the aaimal
that evening and Mr. Jones be
came considerably worried over
his horse. Saturday morning
dawned and Mr. Jones wa9 Con
vinced that the proper thing for
him to do was to swear out a
warrant for. one Tortora, charg
ing him with horse stealing.
Friend's of 'Gena persuaded the
owner of the animal to wait a
little longer and not be too hasty.
Thus the matter rested when Mr.
Tortora leisurely? drove into the
city abont 10:30 "Saturday morn?
ing; ': It " was then a laughing
matter for all concerned, even
Mr. Jones himself fell that he
conld afford to smile. The latter
being a strauger Here, was not
greatly to blame for being so ex
The juniors "played "a practical
joke on the seniors, yesterday. The
senior flag that should have floated
to the breeze during the class day
exercises was stolea and could cot
be found high or low. Up to date
mere are no aeaa juniors reported,
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h f w ' Clay t 13 S
';- vfflfilM, Worsted F77 f 5" C
Hart, illlM . Suit ' ' ; Jf U Tyj
& Marx Mi I I of ths V U Tailor .. '
Iffi-SCTj m.. ' famous- iaotte. xi
Made , 0,. r j r
Qothea cowbohtho. Brand of owyrmht imi
Clothes eomiiaHT iwi
iCorrect Clothing. Extra Fine Suits $16.50
The man who wears a Hart Schaffner & Mart suit can rest assured that
liia clothes are correct form, that they are ia good taste and right in fit
and fashion ; materials are the finest we can bay, and the sewing and tail
- oring as perfect as skill can make them.
Full Dress and
We can order you these of the best
j Corvallis-Most Popular Eating House 1
; AND" RESTAURANT.
Fresh bread daily. A complete stock of candies, fruits and
s. nuu jtcpi cauistanuy on
- - a specwlty-
H. W. HALL, Proprietor.
Strong Academic and Professional Course. Well Equipped TiaiHineBepaHmtnt
Bxyenses range from $130 to 175 per year. FaTJJTciin Opens September 17th.
For catalog containing full announcements, address.
J. B, V. BTJlXER, P. I,. CAHPIEU,
. .. Secretary. - President.
A Call for Warrant No. 2881.
Notice is hereby given that there is
money in the treasury to pay City war
rant Number 2881, endorsed Nov. 14th,
1899. Interest will stop on the same
from this date,
' City Treasurer. "
Dated Corvallis, Or., June 7th, J901.
Anyoae desiring this great blood puri
fier, mav secure the same by calling on
' Price $1 per box.
. Bread and butter plates, choeo
late cups, coffee cups, etc, with views
of Cauthorn Hall, Alpha Hall, -Mechanical
Hall and Executive Builds
ings on them, at Zierolf's.
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 Yon
have a slight cold and cough. You
do nothing to get rid of it.
will cure a cough or cold in one
night. . . -.,.
-. "Shiloh? i sa nnfailing cure for coughs
throat and lung troubles. It will cure con
' sumption.- It is a remarkable remedy."
A. E. SALTER, M. D., BufEalo, N. Y.
ShiloTi'a Con.nmpt.ion Care la sold hy all
druggists at 25c, 60c Sl.OO a bottle. A
Brtnted-giiafaiitfie s;oes with erery bottle,
(yon are not satisfied eo to your druggist
and get your money back. ......
Write for illustrated cook on consumption. Sent
without cost to yon. S. C. Wells & Co.,LeRoy,N.y
Sold b Graham it.' Wortham
u... . HART, 60HAFFNH HAJU
materials silk lined throughout.
nana. omoisers supplies g
State Normal Sdiool
DEM&HD FOR GR&DU&TES the demand
for graduates ot the Normal School, dur
ing the past year has "been much beyond
Positions from 40 to $75 w month.
STATE CERTIFICATES AND DIPLOMAS
Students are prepared for the state exam
inations and readily take state papers on
Foley's Kidney Cure,
makes kidneys and bladder right
The least iti quantity and most in
quality describes DeWitt's Little Early
Risers, the famous pills for coiistipatioa
and liver complaints. Graham & "Welle.
Yes, August Mower still hat the
largest sale of any medicine it the
civilized world. Your mother and
grandmothers never tkougrht ef
using anything else for indigeitien,
or biliousness. Doctors were scarce
and they seldom heard of appen
dicitis, nervous prostration or heart
failure, etc. They used August
Flower to cleanse out the system
and stop fermentation of undi
gested food, regulate the actios of
the liver, stimulate the nervous and
organic action of the system, ad
that is all they took when feeling
dull and bad with headaches and
other aches. You only need a few
doses of Green's August Flower, in
liquid form, to make you satisfied
there is nothing serious the matter
with you. Get Green's Prize Alma
nac. Graham & Wortham.
Llcwellen setter bird dog, white, ' with
black ears and small black spots over
body; collar with name, "I, M. Hunter,"
cut in leather;' Any information will bo
thankfully received. " -1. 5I Husteb.
X Call for Warrants,
Notice is hereby " given that there ie
money on hand at the county treasurer's
office to pay all orders . endorsed and
marked "sot paid for want of funds" op
to and including those of March 6th,
1931. ' Interest will be stopped on same
from this date. . '
Corvallis, May 18th, 1901.
"W. A. Bucbahan,
Treasurer of Benton Go., Or