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THE CORVALLIS GAZEnt
TUESDAY, JULY 10, 1901.
Wholesale Scalp Swindle.
Albany to Friday's Oregonian,
la is bare what appears to havej
been a systematic efforMo swin
dle the various counties of Ore
gon on the wholesale by ship
ping in coyote scalps: "
"Through the shrewdness of
County Clerk Hammer, a whole
sale business in the disposal of
coyote scalps was stopped this
morning;. Yesterday evening a
young maa giving the eatne of
Harry EHison presented 25 coy
ote scalps to the county iL-rk for
the $2 bounty on each. As only
10 or 15 coyotes are killed in
this count? iu a year, and the
young man did not seein to know
much about Whatcom, nar
which olace lie alleced to have
shot them, assisted by his ancle,
the suspicions of the county
clerk were aroused and he refused
to eav the bounty nntil further
proof was eiven. This afternoan
upon telephoning to Salem, Eu
gene and Corvallis, it was learned
that about 25 coyote scalps had
ben redeemed at each place, at
Carvalhs last month and at Sa
letn both last month and this
month. At this city also last
month, 22 scalps were taken in
tae absence of the clerk by
deputy from a maa giving: the
flame of George Welch, -' Upon
bemS informed that two men
had been arrested at Eujena this
afternoon the deputy went to
that city to identify them. The
indications are that the scalps
hare been shipped . in from an
other state and that a wholesale
basiaess has been done among
the counties of Oregon. "
Secretary of State Dunbar has
issned a circular letter ta all
County clerks in the state, advis
ing them that under the provis
ions of the scalp beun'y law
they are authorized to require
corroborative evidence from
claimants. He suggests td the
clerks that in case of strangers
asking for bounties such corrober
ative evidence should be re
Dr. James Withy combe, of O
A C, delivered the Fourth of
July address at the grange picnic
at Maeleay, Oregon. His elos
ing remarks were on agricultare
ftna the farm home:
Progressive agriculture meaas
raaea more than the simple me
chanieal operation of the" plew
(mi caring for the farm stock in
a desultory fashion. Scientific
attainment in chemistry, biology
sou physics, and other science
related to agriculture,, is InsJis
pensable to success. The farm
home is not revered as it should
be, either by the young or old
This in a great rneasure is due to
the want of attractiveness in its
appointments. Tea many of the
farm homes are for sale, thus en
couraging a nomadic spirit. The
farm should be regarded as a sa
cred heritage where the eccn
pants plant for sncoeeding gener
aliens. Until we appreciate the
true worth of the farm home no
well directed effort for perman
eatly increasing . its beauty and
attractiveness can be expected.
Progressive agriculture means
batter tiled farms and a more
perfect utilization of the crude
products in the manufacture of
high priced food. The np-to
date tanner will market the pro
ducts of his skill in the most
concentrated form, thus eaono
raizing in transportation and re
taining the waste" products to in
crease the fertility of his land
But farming, in the absenee ef
educated tillers of the soil, will
fail to reach the dignified position
to which it is entitled. The
farmer's boy must be taught to
see and appreciate the beauties
ot nature. A closer alliance be
tween labor and learnings be
tween science and. the manua
arts, must be cultivated. H:
edooation should strengthe
his ambitions for the farm
rather than divorce them from it
His taste and appreciation for
f ural life must be stimulated
through congenial environments,
Qpens at Newport Tomorrow
The somraer school opens at Newport
tomorrow, July 17th. Teachers will be
therj from every part of the state. ' Al
ready some have come from Klamath and
Baker counties, and others will report
from almost all the counties of Oregon,
Eleven conrses of study have been organ
zed and annouceod.
In physical culture there will be spec.
, lai classes lor business men, women.
toacjjers and children, nnder the direc
tion of Prof. Erohn, of Portland. Daring
tno past year rrof. Jirohn gave instruction
to seven thousand children aod Cat least
one thousand grown people.
The college of music will be under the
management of Doctor Z. M. Parrit and
three assistant?, who will give instruc
tion in piano, violin, harmony, voice and
Prof. J rank Kigler, of Portland, win
has fons-lautly lieen in charge of three
hundred teachers and ten thousand chil
dren In Portland for several years, wilt"
have the superintendence of the Summer
Normal School. He will hi essirted by
Prcf. Bnrnhain, who has a national repu
tation for superior attainments in -geography
and map drawing. . '
Painting ar.d dia:.iiy will In. taught
by Prof, W; E. Kollius, of Boston. .
Nature acd science study will be led by
ref. L. Smith of the Oregon Normal
School at Monmouth.
Prof. Sheak, who everybody knows to
be a fine reporter and teacher of the art, 1
offers a four week course in stenography '
for only ten dollars. Several , la wj era '
ave already joined the claro.
Amateur photography will be taught .
by several demonstrators and specialists
secured by the well-known firm 0! Wood-
nrrl A, fMe.rt ' ' . -.
Instruction 1a . elocution aud oratory
ill be given by Miss Grace A. Holmes,
principal ot the Portland School of Ora-
tory. Miss Holmes is a recognized lead
er in her profession.
German By Prof. Bernnys of Albany
History A conrae of eight lectures on
the acquisition of territory by the United
States, br President W. C. Ilnwlev. of
Will.n,ll TT;. ..:... I
Bible stndy will be led by several .
prominent divines. .
Ths last two courses of stadv-will run
ten days, beginning August 2nd; the
others will continue four weeks, com
In addition to the departments already
mentioned the following lecture course
will begin August 2nd :
Friday, August 2nd, Governor T. T.
Geer will speak in the great auditorium
upon "Extracts From the Early History
of Oregon." : ;.. . ' -.
Saturday, August ird, Dr. Edgar P,
Hill, of Portland, will speaks of his byci
ele trip through England, and on the fol
lowing Sunday will speak of Palestine
through the eyes of Tassot. - ;
Monday, August 5th, Hon. Wallis
Nash, president of the Western Oregon
Choral Union, will lecture on "Music as
a Culture Study,'! and President P. L.
Campbell of the State Normal College,
will take for his subject "The New
Century's Outlook on Education." r .
Tuesday, August Gtb,-Hon. D. Solis
Cohen, - of Portland, "The Possibilities
of the Lewis and Clark Expedition" and
the "1905 Exposition."
Wednesday, August 7th, President W.
C. Hawley, "Culture and Development
of the Brain."
Thursday, August 8th, Hon. George
H. Williams, of Portland, "Public Opin
Friday. August 9th, elocutionary and
musical entertain ment, given by Mies
Grace A. Holmes, of Portland, aod. Dr.
Parvin, of Salem.
Saturday, August 10th, amateur pho
tography Oregon scenery, illustrated
with the stereopticon.
Sunday, August llth, Dr. W. S. Holt,
of Portland, "Ten Years in China.'' '
Monday, August 12th," entertainment
music and physical cult ure under the di
rection of Professor Robert Krohn, of
Occasional addresses will be given by
the following speakers: Dr. Woods
Hutchinson, ofNewberir; Prof. Martin
dale, of Albany; Dr. J. R. N. Bell, of
Baker City ; Snpt. Robinson, of Portland ;
Mrs. W. P. Lord, of Salem ; State Super
intendent Ackerman ; Bishop N. Castle;
Dr. E. Thompson, of Independence, and
President W. H. Lee, of Albany College.
Season tickets for the entire lecture
course will be one dollar ; just enough to
pay the necessary expense.
Mothers, go to Young's-Cash
Store for children's ready-mads
waists. A new line just arrived.
Skin affections will readily disappear
by nsing DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve.
Look but for counterfeits. If yon get
DeWitt's you will get good result. It
is the quick, positive cure for piles.
Graham & Wells.
- Letter List.
For the week ending July C, 1901.
Persons calling for these' letters will
please state date on which they were
advertised. They .will be charged at the
rate of one cent each.
Mrs Leila Bnshoell, Zep Blicky, Beam
& Hogor, Robert R Black, Marion Cop
pin, Mils Sarah Chamberlain, Miss Ma
rion Clappia, Mrs May Dlassfoot, Wm H
Kasom, Mrs D T Gillespie, Mrs Liszie
Harris, Amma. Jackson, O. L. Lundt, '
Roy Mason, Frank Mafleld, Montana
Cattle Buyer, W H Norman, Peter Peter
son, M J Palmer, Jason Staley,. L W
Van Horn. Miss Nellie Williams.
B. W. Johnson, P. M.
are the most fatal of all dis
eases, f V"
iULli O guaranteed Remedy
or money refunded. Contains
remedies recognized by emi
nent physicians as the Best for
Kidney and Bladder troubles.
PRICE 50c and SLflO.
Foley's Kidney Cure
makes kidneys and bladder right.
I A. GOODNQUGH
Importer of ', t'i
Highgrade Pianos, Organs and -Small
.Instruments of all description-.
MANUFACTUBEES AGHST FOK
Needham .pianos and Organs
Which have become famous for their
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We invite comparison of our price?,
quality considered, with those 01 otner
Call and examine our goods or
Office and residence one block west of
Cedar posts 1st and 2nd grade;
shakes and Shingles.
1 Corvallis Sawuiu, Coupakit.
tar - ma , , a 1 J T ' It
Dir. ii. v. atdoiu. .aruo-.u. J1 wrUBB
al times daring the night but three bot-
ties of Foley's Kidney Core effected a
complete cure, he feels better than he
ever did and recommends it to his friends
i Graham & Wortbam,
Notiee to Creditors.
Notico Is hereby given that the undereiffoed has
hean mnointed administrator of the estate ot J. .
A. Rebinson, deceased, by the County Court ( the
State ol Oregon, for Benton county. All persons
having claims against said estate are hereby re
quired to present the same to the -undersigned
properly verified as by law required at, the onice of
O. W. Davi?, in Philomath, Oregon, within six
months from the date hereof. .
Dated July 2, 190L
'L. E. Frislet,
Administrator of the estate of J. E. A. Robin
son, deceased- - - ...
State Treasurer's Fourth Notice.
Notice is hereby given that there are
nnw fnnHa in ihft TrMRnrv with ivhii'h tn
I redeem all outstanding State Warrants
drawn on the Cirneral b una and en
dorsed ' "Presented and not paid for want
of funds," prior to this date; also ta pay
all warrants drawn on the State Scalp
Bountv Fund, and endorsed "Presented
and not paid for want of funds," prior to
May 1st. 1900, and all such warrants,
nronerlv endorsed, will be paid upon
presentation at this office, interest there
on ceating from and after this date. -Ciias.
:-'"". - State Treasurer.
State of Oregon, Treasury Department,
June 6th, 1901, . . : , ... '
A special round trip rate of $2.50 from
Albany to Mill City, Berry, Niagara and
Detroit has been put in effect on the Cor
vallis & Eastern . railroad for hunting or
fishing parties. .Tickets good going on
Saturdays and returning Monday, giving
three days in' the mountains of good
sport and recreation.' Good hotel ac
commodations at Mill City, Gites, Ni
agara and Detroit, at reasonable rates.
Tickets for sale at the ticket office with
out special order. . . . . c
Also a rate of $2.50 from Albany to
Newport, Yaquina and points this side,
good going Saturday and returning Mon
day, giving a three day's outing at the
coast or along the , line for hunting or
fishing parties. Ample hotel accommo
dation at Elk City, Toledo, Yaquina and
Newport. ' . . -
Season excursion tickets to Newport of
$3.75. and Yaquina ot $3.25 are on sale
good to return nntil October 10th. For
fnll particulars apply to II. H. Oronise,
agent, or Edwin Stone, manager.
Administrator's Sale at Jeal Estate,
Kottee is hereby given ttast th6 undersigned sd
nUalltntor ef the estate of William H. ugh, de
ceased, pursuant to an erder ol the County Court
of the State of Oregon for Unn eoanty, made ou
the fifth day of July, 1901, duly entered lu Probate
Journal Number 16 of said court, will from and af
ter the loth day of August, 191, proceed to sell for
cash in hand, at private sale, all the intereet which
the said estate ot ol William H. Pugh, deceased, has
in and to the following described real property, to
wit: The west lot the H. B. X of lots 9 and lu, in
to Section S, T. 12, S B. 4 VV , also beginning at
the N. W. corner of the N. E J of Sec. St, T, 12, S.
R. 4 W., of the Willamette Meridian, and running
thence north 2, CO chains, thence north 2&t degrees,
E. 1G.50 chains, thence north 43 degrees, . ti.00
chains, thence 8. 62 degrees, E. 8.30 chains, tlienee
S. Sbf( degree, E. 1H.77 ehaius, thence S. 1 3-4
degrees, W. 8.04 chains, thence west 22.90 chains to
the place of beginning, save and except the follow
ing described tract, to-wit: fiegiuninir at a poiut
S4 0S chains B. of the N. W. corner of the N. E. 1-4
of Sec. SO, T. 12, 8. R. 4 W., ol the Willamette Mer
idian, thence W. 7.60 chains, thence S. 8.00 chains,
thenc- D, 1.00 chain, theooe S. 80.0 chains, thence
E. 5.60 chains, thence down the river with the me
anders to the place of beginning, containing 27-G3
acres, and a tiact 40.00 rods ait and Westerly,
80.60 rods North and South, iu the S.1W. corner of
the W. 1-2 of tlieU. E. 1-4 of Sec. 30 T. 12, S. U 4
W., said premises being situated iu Benten County,
State of orearou. beloo&ring to said estate, suhiect m
the approval and confirmation of the County Court
of Linn County, Oregon, to paycharges, and ex
penses of administration and claims against said es
tate, and for distribution of proceeds thereof, after
payment of such charges, expenses and claims as by
law requirea. - -
Dated this 12th day of July, A. D., 1911.
Jons W. Pl'OIl,
-Administrator of the estate ot .
. . William 11. fugli, deceased.
a..44. 50 YEARS'
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volition ta rrebttbty natwttabi
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ForaUskia diseases, all cuts or sor;, ; Kodol D t ja Cllr i8 without ques
and for piles, it's the most healing medi- .. J . . .
cine, .beware ot substitutes, uraham
& Wortham. . ..
Mr. W. J. Baxter, of North Biook,
says he suffered with piles for 15 ' I'"Ti'on equals khoiii uy-pi a Cure
He tried niany remciies with iioj"8 """'tains !1 the natural .Instants.
lie used DeWiU's Witch
fU-e.e Salve and 'that quickly cured
him. Graham &WelU. - . .
Those famous little pills, De Witt's Lit
tle Eariy Uisers compel yonr liver and
bowels to do their duty, thus giving yon
pure, rich blood to recuperate your body .
Are easy to take. Never gripe. Gra
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DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve should be
promptly applied to cuts, burns and
scalds. It soothes and quickly heals the
injured part. There are worthless coun
terfeit?, be sure to get DeWitt's. Gra
ham & Wells.
"I am indebted to One Minute Cough
Cure for my present good health and my
life I was treated in vain by doctors for
hing trouble followiug la grippe. . I took
One Minute Cough Cure and recovered
my health." Mr. H. Wise, Madison,
Ga. Graham & Wells.
Yes, August Flower still has. the
largest sale of any medicine in the
civilized world. Your mother and
sri andmothers never thought of
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 out the system
and stop fermentation of undi
gested food, regulate the action of
the liver, stimulate the nervous and
organic action of the system, and
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.
You" will waste time if you undertake
to cure indigestion or dyspeptiahy starv
ing yourself. That only makes it worse
when you do eat heartily. Youalays
need plenty ol good food properly diges
ted. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is the re
sult of years of scientific research for
something that would digest not only
some elements of food but every kind.
And It is the one remedy that will do it.
Graham & Wells.
"I fiad a rnnning Ecre on my breast for
over a year," says lieury 4. Kioliards, ot
Willseyville, N. Y., "and tried a great
many remedies, but got no reuet nntn i
used Banner Salve. After using one-half
box, I was perfectly rured. I cannot re
commend it loo highly."- Graham &
- A bad" complexion generally results
from inactive liver and bowels. In all
snch cases, DeWitt's Little Early Risers
produce gratifying results.. Graham &
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lliat 1 have ever come in contact with
and I have used many other preparations.
John Beam, West Middlesex. Pa. No
ll win digest all kinds of loo, I unit run t
help but do yon'good. Urahm& W. lis.
The Great Scourge
Of modern times is consumption. Many
enrcs and discoveries from time to linio
are published but Foley's Honey and Tar
does truthfully claim to cure all cases in
the early stages and always affords com
fort and relief in the very worst cases.
Take oo substitutes. . Graham & Wor
thain. . '
Yon can never cure dyspejisia by diet
ing. Wtiat your body needs is plenty of
good food properly digeeted. Then if
your stomf.ch will not dieet it, Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure n ill. It contains all of
the natural digestants hence must digest
every class' of food and so prepare it that
nature can use it in nourishing the body
and replacing the wasted tissues, thus
giving life, health, strength, ambition,
pure blood and good healthy appetite.
Graham & Wells.
Drugs & Medicines Kodaks & Fhoto Supplies
. Corvallis, Oregon -
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The most complete line I of Pure Drugs
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Books and Stationery, Commercial Pa
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Combs, Eresh.es and Mirrors.
Pocket Knives, Scissors, Fine Cutlery
Manager of Perscription Department,
T. A. JONES. Registered,
Special Ccurse in PhariEEcy at Perdue Universi
Digests what yoa eat.
This preparation contains all of the
digestants and digests all kinds of
food. It gives instant relief and never
fails to cure. It allows you to eat all
the food you want. The most sensitive
stomachs can take it. By its v.c many
thousands of dyspeptics have been
cured after everything else failed. It
is unequalled for all stomach troubles.
It csn't SssSp
bat do yea gocd
Prepared only by E. O. TjhWitt & Co.. Chicago
The $1. bottle eontainsSH times the 50c. size.
Craham & Wells.
No. 101 ioacres, 15 in cultivatioo,
good buildings,' fine frnit and water, good
bottom land ; price, $650. 4j miles
No: 131 80 acres, 25 in cultivation,
nice young orchard ; fair building?, 2
cows and calves, team, wagon and har
ness, plow, cultivator, tools, etc. ; also
furniture. This is a good hill ranch and
is cheap at $700. 6 miles from town.
74 160 acres; 30 in cultivation ; small
house; good barn and water ; miles
from town; cheap at $1,500; on main
county read ; good pasture and timber.
113 -A good 7-roorn house with one
half acre lot; fruit, good water, 'chicken
houses and sheds, price $600; well ar
ranged for poultry raising; this is a
cheap little home, 10 minutes walk from
Corvallis postofBce.. '
Real Estate Asent,
. Box 9, Philomath, Benton County, Oregon.-
rhe first National Hank
OF CORVALLIS, OREGON.,
CSTASLISHES 1 .
- OFFICERS 8r DIRECTORS
M. S. WOODCOCK, President.
C. E. MOOR, Vice-President. ,
WALTER T. WILES, Cashier.
GEO. E. LILLY; Assistant Cashier.
JOHN WILES, Corvallis, Oregon.
On all kinds of snproTed security, and especially
to encourage and build up the legitimate busi
ness enterprises and industries of this country.
Received subject to check payable on demand.
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Shoo and Leather National Bank of Boston, Mass,
Philadelphia. National Bank of Philadelphia, Pa
BANNER SAL V t
the most healing salve In the world.
. Daily Rcmid Trira except Sunday.
. TIME CARD
Leave rortland .
I. rave Astoria
..7 A. M.
tub DailesPottiag Route
Stf. "BAILEY GATZEtn"
DAILY ROUND TRIP
Vanconer, Cascade Locks, Hood
River, White Salmon, Lyle, The
....7 A. M.
Arrive The Dallea....
I-eave " ....
MEALS THE VERY BEST.
dSE-Siimlav Trinft a T.eadillGT Feature.
&-l'his Route has the Grandest Scenic Attrac
tions on Earth.
Landing and Office: Foot of Alder Street.
Botn rnones Mam 351.
B.W. caiCHTOH, Agt. Pertland.
JOHN M FH.I.OON, Ag-t. The Dalles,
A. J. TAYLOR, Agt. Astoria.
E. H. TAYL0R
Dentistry of every description don In first
Class tnanner, an 4 sutislactlon guar
GB2WS HMD BRIDGE WORK I SPEGilLTT
Office Oter Zlerolf 's procery store, eppos:
the lQ8t uiure, tjervaius. uregoD.
B. A. GATHEY, M. D
Physician $ Surgeon
Booms 14 in Bank Building.
-,., J 10 to 12 a. m.
Office Hours J 2 to 4 p.m.
Residence : Corsei College and 8th Sts
Telephone at Office una" residence.
Gorva'lis, - - - Oregon-.
LG. ALTMAN, M. D
Oi-FICF. Cort-er 3rd ar.d Monroe streets
Hocke 0 to 12; 2 to 5; 7 to 8; Sun
day & t 10.
Rbsidkkce Corner 3rd and Harrion
streets, Corvallis, Oregon.
Telephone S15, at residence.
Titles ' Cosvuvakcino
JOS. H. WILSON.
Practire in all State and Federal Court.
OfficeJ isFirot. National Bask Bniidinii.
Bryson 8? Woodson
ATTORNEYS -IT -LAW
Office in PcttcfEce XnUfiing.
DR.JAS. A. HARPER
Office In Tfbltefccrn Block
Ccrvsllis, . Oregon
Mies Mamie Smith, Middlesloro, Ky. ,
uritps: "Mv little sister had the croup
very bad. fgave her seveial doses of
Foley's tioney ano isr, ana tn was in
- . , x. i i i : r .
stanuy reueveo. 11 brvcu orr
ham & Wortbam,
The piles that annoy you so will be
quickly and permanently Lealed if you
nse DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salvei Be
ware of worthless counterfeits. Gialmm
Will rent 200 acres of land est of
Monroe and take part payment of rent
in work and.improvement on the place.
Address M. S. Woodcock,
. Corvallis, Oregon.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Notice is hereby given tl at the nndei signed, ui ex
ecutrix of the estate of George Kidders, deceased,
has pied r.er dial account iu said estate, in the
County Court of Benton County, State of Oregon.
.and that said Court has appointed Saturday, the
8th day ol July, isol, at the nour or eleven ciock
a. m. at the County Court Koom, in the County
Court House, in the City of Corvallis, Benton
County, State ef Oregon, as the time and p'ac to
hear objections, if any, to said final account, and
the settlement thereof and of said estate. ,
Corvallis, Oregon, June 3rd, 1981.
Executrix of the estate of George Bidders, de-
VVh8t do you want? We want to
furnish j'ou with'ploasant, perman
ent employ meri t, at which you can
earn three to fi. e dollars per d-iy.
Address, Manager, 403 Chamber of
Commerce Building, Tacoma,
Wash. . . ;
It is easier to keep well than get cured.
DeWitt's Little Early Kisers taken now
and then, will always keep your bowels
iu perfect order. They never gripe but
promote an easy gentle action. Graham
& Wells. '
Geo. C. Hii-kock, Curtiss, Wis., says:
Foley's Kidney- Cure has been tested
and found to be all you claim for it. I
have eiven it to mv lather and it is the
onlv thine that ever helped him." Gra
ham & Wortham. . -. '
and union Pacific
Ft Worth, Umaha
Kansas City, St
14 :30 p.m.
9 a. ni.
Salt Lake, Denver,
Ft Worth, Umalia,
9 p. m.
Kansas City, St
Louis, ChiraKO and
Walla Walla. Lew-
istan, S p o k a ne,
Paul, Duluth, Mil
7:00 h m.
Sj) ka n a1
Through Pullman aud Tourist 8'eepera.
72 HOURS PORTLAND to CHIOAGO
No change of cars. Tickets East via all
rail, or via boat and rail, via rortiana
Ocean and Kiver Schedule.
enbiect to change.
8 p. ta.
For San. Francitao,
4 p. m.
Sail every five days
lrom April let.
8. p. m.
To Astoria & way
landing. 4 p. ni.
10 p. m.
WILLAMETTE RIVER DlVISIOf
Steamer Rut li leaves Corvallis for Al
bany, Salem, Portland and Way Land
tyte, Monday, Wednesday and Friday
6 :00 a. m. ; returning, arrives Corvallis
abonn Midnight, Tueeday, Thnrsday and
A. L CRAIG, Gen. Pace. Agent,
J. P. TAPSCOTT, Agent,
taallis 6 tasted
2 For Yaquina:
Train leaves Albany 12:50 p. m.
" " Uorvallia 1 :40 p. m.
" arrives Yaquina 5:55 p.
1 Retuin' ng:
Leaves Yaquina.. . . 7:C0 a. ta.
Le aves Co-vallis. . . . 11:83 a. m.
Afrives Albany ... 12:13 p. m.
3 For Detioit:
Leav s Corvallis 12:00 p m.
leaves Albany 1 :30 p. rn.
. Arriyes Detioit 6:20 p. tn.
Leaves Albany .
Trains 3 and 4 hetv.een
Corvallis; Tuesdays, ThiusdHys and Sat
urdays only. All other trains daily ex
Trains 1 and 4 arrive in Albany in
time to connect with the S. P. south)
hound train, as well as Riving- two or
three hours in Albany befoie departure?
of S. P. north bound train for Portland.
Train No. 2 connects with the S. P.
west side train at Corvallis Crossij lor
Independence, McMinnville and all
points north to Pitlumi,
II. H. Ckonise, Manager.
SOUTH and EAST
Sunthem Pacific Ciiiipanv.
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Trains leave Corvallis for PorHasd
nr d wf y Mations at 1:10 p. m.
1, ri rtlHtid --: a ni
Lr Albnnt. 12:80 p iu
Ar Ashland 12:33 a in
Ar Parrsuiento 5.00 p m
Ar Pan Francisco- 7:45 p tn
8:0 p Bra
106 p ra
11:30 a r
4 :3S a
9.30 a Mi
Ar Ofrden.. 5:45 p m
Ar Denver... .6:60 a m
Ar Kansas City -7 :26 a m
Ar Chicago 7 :65 a m
11 t4S a tn
0 :S0a tr
7 :86 a ta
9 :80a m
Ar Los Angeles . 1 :20 p ni
Ar Kl Paso 6:00 p tn
A r Fort Wnrth 6 :& a m
Ar City of Mexico 9:65 a oi
Ar Houston 4 :60 a ni
Ar New Orleans.. 6 :25 a in
Ar Washington ..6:42 a m
Ar New York 12 :43 pm
7:00 a m
6:80 a ft
12:13 p lb
PULLMAN AND TOURIST CASS on
both trains. Chair cars Bacrstnanta ta
Ogden and EI Paso, and Tonris ear to
Chicago; St Louis, New Orleans an.
Washinjrtou. . .
Cour.ectine at San Franeiwo with l
eral steamship llr.es for Bonolulfiv JSpah,
China, Philippines, Ceutral and Sobtfc
See F. E. FARMER, tpent a CcivalHs
station rr addrefi
C.II. MARKI1AM.G. T. A..
G. H. NEWTH
Foley's Honey and Tar
cures colds, prevents pneumonia.
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