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THE MM GAZETTE.
TUESDAY, JULY 23, 1901.
f.-iitlt , havt; a church half a mile
In last Friday's GazeTTK we '-further snitlt and ' ol.d Fort Hos
published a communication in kins is four1 miler, away1. -The
which the writer took exception . widow of Jas. Townscnd lives a
to an editorial that appeared in a little west of tUe village. Most
previous issue, in which we char- J of the old liu.ers have died or
acienzed christian science as trie
m st pernicious of all known de
lusions. Good society, we mean good
orthodox society using orthodox
in its original signification says
Christian Science is a delusion,
its name a misnomer, its preten
sions a fraud, its system of
thought neither Christian nor
scientific, its fundamental princi
ples false, its methods mislead
ing, its influence pernicious and
its results devoid of good.
Of course its adherents meet
every one of these assertions by
what lawyers call a "transverse,"
"general" and "special," that'is,
by a denial of the whole. We
concede the underlying truth of
Christian Science. We believe
it is a more or less honest protest
against the practical failure of the
Christianity of today to realize
the teachings of Christ as to
spiritual oneness with Him, and
an earnest endeaver to attain un
to that personal relation with
Accepting this teaching of
Christ to be true, Christian Scien
tists, in their mad haste to realize
it, have fallen into many pernio
ious errors. They lose sight of
the fact that between God and
man there is interposed a vast
system of laws which are stern
realities, inflexible as adamant
and that cannot be set aside,
They either deny these or seek
to set . tnern aside. : i hey per
sistently and plainly teach that
disease, pain, death itself are no
part of the 'God-thought' ' which
is only good. These exist only
in the mortal thought. ' It is pos
sible and practical, they -say, far
.- men to bring this mortal thought,
which is the very human ego,
into such absolute oneness with
the God-thought that disease and
pain and all evil shall vanish
away. Human experience al
down through the ages proclaim
this untrue. The anfials of the
human race tell of little else than
war, ' bloodshed, pestilence, dis
aster, pain," poverty, ' disease
death. Christianity teaches its
untruth. Science declares it to
be false. - - .
The radical error in Christian
Science is . that it does destroy
"mortal-thought," human spirit
by fusing it in the "God-thought
until the human loses its identity
and all is God all good. Is not
this pantheism? '. -
But then- Christian Science
"enables man to gain the mastery
over self-indulgence," says our
correspondent. Reason and ex
perience gave man this mastery:
ages before Mrs. Eddy was born.
After all-there is no need of
Christian Science for " Vedantism
takes us into this oneness as fully
and with more reason in that it
does not ignore natural physical
,1a ws. There is nothing real ex
The perfection and end of ex
istence is the merging of the per
. fected individual soul into Brfthm.
When it is able to perceive its
identity with Brahm all becomes
Brahm or Paramatma, and Maya
or illusion is destroyed. .
". . The Gazette has neither time,
space nor inclination to pursue
this subject further. Our con
tention is rather with a spurious
Christianity of which Christian
Science is but the logical : se
A resident-of Polk county re
cently visited King's Valley and
gives quite an interesting account
of the trip in the Polk County
Itemizer. The following is an
Here we are at ths top of a
' grade and there spreads ' out
King's Valley in all . its loveli
ness. The rich green verdure in
aad around it make it indeed a
pretty picture. There in a great
barn jolly Jake Chambers is
storing away load after load of
fine hay and just yonder at the
roadside under the hill is his at
tractive home. His father, Ro
land Chambers, settled in Kings
Valley over half a century ago
and there raised a large family.
In 1854 he built the flouring mill
there. For , some years his son
Htfnry was merchandising there
where Miller & Alcorn now run
tne store and postoffice. Mr.
Hiller living at the old Cham
bers homestead. Mr. Price is
still the village blacksmith, and
Dr. Luther has a. dr&gstore while
Dium' & Isabel are the millers.
Rev. W- h. ? Arnold, recently of
Dallas, has charge of the United
Evangelical church ; and lives in
the parsonage near it. .'The
'other branch of "the Evangelical f
moved away. . -,
Kings Valley is twenty, miles
from DalLts via -Ivwisville,-and
Pedce. Up in that country wc
repeatedly asked about the crops
and heard nothing whatever of a
disparaging nature. Aiilie is
seven miles from "Kins Valley,
a little north of east and we took
three hours traversing the road
and talking, to people. Those
living along the county line gen
erally have interests m both
counties and could give us con
siderable information Among
the first homes we came to were
those" where SamuelRice and Jas.
Greer settled, many, many jears
ago. The old folks are now tin
der the sod and their children
scattered. Charlie Rice and his
sister, Mrs. Fannie Kibby occupy
their native home and Mr. Con-
nel lives at the Greer place.
Grandpa Greer and wife died a
few years ago in Dallas where
they had lived many years.
Their son George lives ; at Dun
dee, "rs. Fannie Rosebrook and
Mrs. Elia Powell at . Palo Alto, i
California, and Mrs. Rebecca
Howe in Dalla$. Farther along
ws came to the home of Judge
Chenoweth, where he died a few
years back. He had been - su
preme judge of1 Washington ter
ritory and m the 'legislature of
both Oregon and Washington.
An Optimistic Report.
G. W. Thompson-was in town
Saturday aad seemed quite op
timistic over his crop prospect.
He stated that lie had just finish
ed cutting a 40racre field of oats
whieh were unusually heavy.
After raising the. self-binder to
the top notch he still had about
six feet of straw in some of the
bundles, so rank was the growths
He used ; a 6-foot binder, bet
could not cut much over half that
width. The oats wsre 'well
headed and Mr. Thompson pre
dicts that some of them will go
as much as 50 bushels per acre.
He is farming , in the Beaver
creek district and safs that nearly
all f the fall wheat of that sec
tion will yield well, but an occa.
sional piece . of spring-sown
grain looks a little sickly. He
has & field of White Winter
wheat that he thinks will yield
in the neighborhoad of 40 bush
els tser acre. ' This is something
like what the grain crop in Ore
gon should be and one feels that
the "good old times" are on the
eve of yisiting us again.' Self
binders are now heard all! Over
the land, cutting both oats and
wheat, and it is thought that in
about a week, possibly a little
longer, threshing ' will ' begin.
Tne only thing that can occasion
the farmer any particular anxiety
now, providing it doesn' t raia , is
the question of a good price for
his grain this fall. There is no
unfavorable indication about the
market at present.
July 16th, being the last day
.of the summer school in district
No. 29, Alsea, the. teacher, Miss
May Oglesby. desiring, that the
children should havcau enjoya
ble timer had them take their
dinners to the woods in the rear
of Jaspar Haydeh's home, and
under the shade of a grand old
maple had an old-fashioned pic
nic. , Director Hayden and other
visitors , passed ; a - very pleasant
hour witlO the children. VAd
journmerrt was then made to the
school house, where, the children
delighted parents and other-'vlsi
tors by " giving select s re adings,
recitations, "etc, Miss Oglesby
in bidding farewell to the offi
cers, patrons and pupils, thanked
theffl for their, uniform kindness
during the nine months she had
taught the school. . The clerk,
Mr. Ckilds, made a short speech,
and the pleasant afternoon closed
by the whole school giving their
teacher-a standing vote of thanks
for her kindness,, patietice and
impartiality. .- - .
We are all sorry to" lose Miss
Oglesby from our school. She
is an efficient teacher. But we
understand that she is about to
aspire to the high dignity of an
American matron. X. .
-Putnam Fadsless Dye,tlark blue,
nroduees the shade of blue sa nnnn-
In. in l.rtea fifinrta 1 . i a onaeivt rPUtn I
color is fast to light and washintr.
Sold by Graham & WellB.
- - Jinpo.-ter o4-
liigbgrads Pianos, Organ nnd Small
Instruments of all descriptions-
MANUFACrUUERS AUKXT Full
Needham Pianos and Organs
' Which have become famous for their
beauty of tone, superior action and great
durability. . - ,- - .
We invite comparison of our prices,
quality considered, with t hose-of other
firms, Call and examine our goods or
write for catalogue. ; ' -.''- -
Office and residtnee one block west of
Court House." - :-- -; j -.
Cedar poets 1st and 2nd grade; N5 1
shakes and Shingles. -. ,. -;
Coevalus Sawhux, Company.'..,
Mr.. E. D. Arnold, Arnold, Ia.rwrites
He was troubled with kidnrv disease
about three years. .Had to get " i sever
al times during the nig lit but three bot
tles of l'oley a Kidney (Jure ettecteu a
complete cure, he feels, better, than he
ever did and recommends it to his friends
Graham & Wortham. v - .- . .
Notice to Creditors.
Notice is hereby riven that the undersigned has
been Appointed- aitminUtrator of the estate of J.. E.
A. Robinson, deceased, by the Couuty Court of the
State of Oregon, for Benton eounty. All persons
having claims against said estate are hereby re
quired to -present tne same to - tne andersifrnea
properly verified as by law required at the office of
C. W. Davis, in Philomath, Oregon, within six
months from the date hereof.
Dated July 2, 1031. . . .
' - ' L.. E. Fridlet,-
Administrator of the estate of J. K. A. Robin
State Treasurer's '.Fourth Notice.
Notice is hereby given that, there' are
now funds in the Treasury with irbiob-to
redeem all outstanding - State. Warrants
drawn on . the Gf neral Fund and en
dorsed ''Presented and not paid for want
of funds," .prior t6 this date,; also to pay
all warrants drawn on the State Scalp
Bounty Fund, and endorsed "Presented
and not paid for want of funds," prior to
May. 1st 1900, - and all snch warrants,
properly . endorsed, will be paid upon
presentation at this office, interest there
on ceatinj; from and after this date.
" ; CnAS. S, Mookk, :
State of Oregon, Treasury Department,
June 5th, 1901, ,.; v.-.
A special round trip rate of $2,50 from
Albany to Mill City, Berry, Niagara and
Detroit has been put in effect on the Cpr
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 ana recreation. ' Uood hotel ac
commodations at Mill City, Gites, Ni
agara and Detroit, at reasonable rates.
Tickets for sale at tb.8 ticket office with
out special order. - .
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 of $3.25 are on sale
good to return until October 10th. 1 For
full particulars apply to'lf. H. Cronise,
ageut, or jiawin btone, manager.
Administrator's Sale of Real Estate.
Notice is hereby given that the under-signed ad
ministrator of the estate of Wittiam U. Pueh. de
ceased, pursuant to an order of the County Court
of the Stat of Oregon for Linn county.' made on
the fifth day of July, 1901, duly entered in .Probate
Journal Number 16 of said court, will from and. af
ter the 10th day of August, 191 , proceed to sell for
casn in uana, ai private sale, ail tne interest which
the said estate of of William H. Pugh, deceased, has
in and to. the following described real property, to
wit: The west lof the N. K.'Jf of lots 9 and 10, in
in Section 80, 1'.- 12, S. R 4 W , also beginning at
the N. W. comer of the N. E J of Sec. S, T, 12, S.
R. 4 W., of the Willamette Meridian; and runntng
thence.norlh 2.C0 chains, thence north 28 degrees,
E. 16.50 chains, thence north 43 degrees, IS. 6.00
chains, thence S. degrees, . 3 30 chains, thence
S. 35 degrees, E. 13.77 chains, thence S. 1 3-4
degrees, W. 8.04 chains, thence west 22.90 chains -1.
the place of beginning aave and except the follow
ing described tract, to-irit: Beginning at a point
34 08 chains B. of the K. W. corner of the N. E. .1-4
of Sec 30, T. 12, S. B. 4 W., of the Willamette Mer
idian, theneo W... 7. 60 chains. . thence S. 8.00 chains,
thenci B, 1.C0 chain, thence S. 30.00 chains, 'thence
& 5.00 chains thence down the river with the me
anders to the place of beginning, containing 27-66
acres and a tiact 40.00 rods East and Westerly,
80.S0 rods North and South, in the S. W. corner of
tne W. 1-2 of then. IS. 1-4 of Sec. 30 T. 12, S. K 4
W.. said premises being situated in Benten Countv.
State ef Oregon, belonging to said estate, subject to
the approval and confirmation of tkt County Court
vi unit uuiibr, vivgvu, w pay cnargey, ana ex
penses of administration and claims aeainst said es
tate, and for distribution of proceeds thereof, after
layment of sucn cnarges, expenses and claims as by
aw required. - . . v
Dated this 12th day of July,- A. D., 1911.
John W. Prow.
- - . - Administrator of the estate of
.William 11. fugli, deceased.
If you are sick all over, and don't know
lust wnat ails you, it s ten to one your
Kidneys are out ot order. l o!ey's Kidney
Cure will bring you health and energy.
Graham & Wortham. -
Young seeps the Brown "Star 5
btar" shots, the best In the market.
15 par cent off on all our men's
e'oihing to make room for ou large
wit oiuer At iviine'e. . ;
' OeV S tlOtieV and Tat
'"" The greatest skin specialis in America
originated the formula for Baiiaer Salvo.
r or an skin diseases, all cuts or s.irtR
ami Tor piles, it's the most healing mem
cine. Beware of substitutes. Graham
Mr. W. J. "Baxter, of Srth Crank,
N C-Fuya he suffered wilh piles for IS
jesre. He tried mnnv remedies with no
I rt'iulth- until he used IVwtUs n-h
' Hazil fcalve- and that "quickly cured
I him. Graham &Wellt) - . ..
Those fatuous little pills, DevV ill's Lit
tle Eariy Risers compel your liver and
bowels 16 do their duty, thus giving yon
P'ire, rich. blood to reenperate yonr (ody.
Are easy to take. Never gripe. Gra
ham 4c Wells,, . , i v -
DeWitt's Witch Haael Salve should be
promptly applied to cuts, burns and
scalds. It soothes and quickly heals the
injured part. :. Theje are worthless coun
terfeits, be sure to get DeWitt's.' Gra
ham & Wells. '
'I am indebted to One Minute Cough
Cure for ray present good health and my
lif. I was treated in vain by doctors for
luiig trouble followiug la grippe. I took
Ono 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
giandmothers never thought of
using anything else for indigestion
or biliousness. - Doctors were scarce
and they Eeldom Leard of appen
dicitis, nervous prostration or heart
failure, etc. - They used August
b lower to cleanse out the systen
and stop ' fermentation of undi
gested food, regulate the action of
the liver, stimulate the nervous tind
orgauic 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
doss of Green V 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 dyspepsia by starv
ing yourself. That only makes it morse
when you do eat heartily. .' You always
need jdenty of good food properly diges
ted. Kcdol Dyspepsia Cute is the re
sult of cars of scientific research for
something that' would digest not only
some elements of food but every kind.
And it is the one rented' that will do it.
Graham & Wells.
"I had a rflnning sere on mv breast for
over a ear, favs Henry R. Richards, of ' " 'Tnt -fl
Willseyville.N.'Y., "and tried
many jemedies, but i;ot no relief nilft
used 1-tannpnjfcalve, .After usingone-hall
bor, Iwulpfrfectly urt?d. I tanhot re
commend 'lttoo highly." Graham- &
Wortham. - - ' i
. A bad .complexion - generally " results
from inactive liver and bowel's. In all
snch cases, DeWitt's Little Early Risers
produce gratifying results. Graham &
Wells. : ".
Our Clubbing List.
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"Dairy Fortunes," a neat, well written hook of
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one year, $2.69. -. :
Pocket Atlas of the World, S81 paee., cnntainlnz
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population of every largo city in the world, besides
other valuable information. A bandy reference
with Corvallis Uazettb one
"l wish to truthfully- state to you and
tho - .readers of these few lines that your
liodul Dyspepsia (jure is witliont ques
tion, the heat and oly cure forlvspepsia
that I In; ve ever come in contact with
and I have used many other preparations.
John- Beam,- Wst Middlesex,. Pa a. ICo
prepr.Ta.tion equals ICodol Dyspepsia Cure
ns it contains all the natmuil ilipsiBnta.
It will digest all kinds -f food unit i-an't
help but do yon ood... Graham & WVII.
,v-. The Great Scourge
Of modern times is consumption. Many
cures and discoveries from time to time
are publishel but Foley's Honey audTnr
does trnthfullv claim to cure all cases in
the early stages and always aifords com
fort and relief in the very worst cases.
Take no substitutes. Graham & Wor
You uan nevr cure dyspepsia by diet
ing. What your body needs is plenty of
good food properly digested. Then if
your stomach will not digest it, Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure nill. It contaias 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
giying life, health, strength, ambition,
pnre blood and good healthy appetite.
Graham & Wells.
Drugs & Medicines Kodaks & Photo Supplies
CorVallis, Oregon ,
Established, - : incorporated, 1E98
WHOLESALE & RETAIL.
The most complete line of Pure Drugs and
Chemicals in Corvalluv -
Books and Stationery, Commercial Pa
pers, Fine Perfumery, Toilet Article,
Combs, Brushes and mirrors.
Pcdet Knives, Scissors, Fine Cutlery
Manager of Perscription Department,
T. A. JONES, Registered,
Special Course in Pharmacy et Perdue Universi
ty, Indiana '
--Digests, what you eat.
This nrerjaration contains all 0 tha
dieestants and digests all kinds of
food. It gives instant relief and never
fails to cure. - It allows you to eat all 1
'Ihe most sensitive
By its uso many
thousands of ' dyspeptics have been
cured after everything else failed. -;, It
is unequalled for all stomach troubles.
it can't help
but tf 'yi3 60d
Prepared only by E. O. DjiWitt & Co., Chicago
1'tie $1. bottle contains2i times the 50c. size.
Craham ST Wei Is.
No. 101 4o acres, 15 in cultivation,
good buildings, fine frnit and water, good
bottom land; price, t650. 4fc miles
No. 13180 acres, 25 in cultivation,
nice young orchard; fair buildings, 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. .. C miles from town.
74--160 acres ; 30 in cultivation ; small
house; good barn and water; 1J miles
from town; cheap at $1,500;! on main
county road; good pasture and timber.
'113 A good 7-room house with one
h alf 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
' ; HSNTJ.V AMBX,EK,
Real Estate Agent,
j Box 50, Philomath, Benton County, Oregon.
rhe first National Baiik
. OF CORVALLIS, OREGON.. ' :
ESTABLISH ED 1890.
- ' OFFICERS fir DIRECTORS
M. S. WOODCOCK, President.
C. E. MOOR, Vice-President. .
WALTER-T. WILES, Cashier. 1
GEO. E. LILLY, Assistant Cashier.
JOHN WILES, Corvallis, Oregon.
On all kinds of approved security, and especially
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Arrive Portland .
MEALS THE VERY BEST.
43-Sunday Trips a Leading Feature.
-rhis Route has the Grandest Scenic Attrac
tions on Earth.
Landing and Office: Foot of Alder Street.
Bom Phones Main 351.
B. W. CRICHTOIT, At Portland.
JOHN M. FILLOON, Agt. The Dalles.
A. J. TAYLOR, Agt. Astoria.
E. H. TAYLR
Dentistry of every description done in first
class manner, and satisfaction guar
C8GWR m 0B1DSE WORK & SPECIALTY
Office over Jflerolf 's trrocery store, oppos:t
Uie post office, (Jarvailis. Oregon.
B. A. GAT HEY, M. D
Physician 3 Surgeon
Rooms 14 in Bank Building. .
. , 1 10 to E2 a. m.
OfBce Hours f a t0 4 . n. ,
Residence: Cornel Coll&gs and 8th Sts
Telephone at office and residence-.
orva'lls, ' - - '' - ' - Oreaonx
L G. ALTMAN, M. D
Otfice Cors-cr 3rd and Men roe streets
Hours 9 t 12: 2 to 5: 7 to 8: Sun
day 9 to 1,0.
Residence Corner 3rd and Hariison
streets, Corvallis, Oregon.
Telephojse 315, at residence.
JOS. H. WILSOU.
Practice in all State and Eederal Court.
Sice;; inSFirbt National Rank Bnitd'uwr.
Brjjson $ Woodson
ATTORNEYS -AT - LAW
Office in Postoffice Bulletins-.
DR."JAS. A. HARPER
OfBce In Wsitchorn Block
Mifs Mamie SmitK, Middlest.oro, Ky.,
writes:4 "Mv little sister had the croi.p
very bed. Igave.ber several doses of
Foley's Honey and Tar, and ne was in
stantly relieved. -It saved her life. Gra
ham & Wortham. .
The piles that annoy yon so will be
quickly and permanently healed if you
use DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. Be
ware of worthless counterfeits. Graham
& Welle. -.'- , -'
Will rent 200 acres of land est of
Monroe and take part payment of rent
in work and.improvements on the place.
Address . M. S. Woodcock,
Notice of Fltial Scttictneot.
Notice is hereby given tl at the undei signed, ts ex
ecutrix of the estate of George Bidders, deceased,
has filed her final account in said estate, in the
County Court of Benton "County, State of Oregon,
and that said Court has appointed Saturday, the
6th day of July, 19ol, at the hour of eleven e'clock
jsv. m. at the County Court Koom, in the County
Court House, in the City of Corvallis, Benton
County, State of Oregou, as the time and paceto
hear objections, if any, to Raid final account, and
the settlement thereof and of said estate.
Corvallis, Oregon, June 3rd, 1CI.
Exeeutrix of the estate of George liidders, de
What do you want? We want to
furnish you with peasant, perman
ent employment, at which you can
earn three to fi . e dollars per diy.
Address, Manager, 403 Chamber of
Commerce Building, Taconia,
Wash. . ;
It is easier to keep well than get cured.
DeWitt's Little Early Risers taken now
and then, will always keep your bowels
iu perfect order. They never 'pripe but
promote an easy gentle action. Graham
Geo. C. Hickoi k. Curtiss, Wis., says:
"Folev'B Kidney Cure has been tested
and found lobe all you claim for it.- I
have given it to my father and it is the
only thing that ever helped him." Gra
ham & Wortham. . .: .
TJkpabt TIHE SCHEDULES Ar.RrvE
fob from Portland pHOM
Chirago- SattIilke, Denver,
Portland Ft Worth, Omaha
bpecial Kansas City, St. 4:30 p.m.
s!'ini'nn Loni8' Chieage
via Uun- BndEast.
tington . .
Atlantic Salt Lake, Denver,
Express Ft Worth, Omaha,
9 p.m. Kansas City, St 8:10 .m.
via Hnn- Louis, Chicago and
gt p,nj Walla Walla. Lew
Fa'stMail IS,1,0"' SP?.ka"e-
Spaka n. uke. Chicago,
Through Pullman and Tourist S'eepera.
HOURS PORTLAND to CHICAGO
No change of cars. Tickets East via all
rail, or via boat and rail, via Portland .
Ocean and River Schedule.
All eailiDg dates'
subject to ehatize.
8 p. m.
For San FrariciMo,
4 p. m.
bail every nvedays
Irom April Id.
8. p. m.
4 p. m.
To Astoria fe way-
10 p. m
WILLAMETTE RIVER DIVISION
Steamer Rut h leaves Corvaili for Al
bany, Salem, Portland and Way Land
in us, Monday, Wednesday and Friday
6:00 a.m.; returning, arrives Corrallla
aboun Midnight, Tuesday, Thursday ana
L CRAIG, Gen. Pass. Agent,
J. P. TAPSCOTT, Agent,
Corvallis 1 him Wmi
2 For Yaqaiita:
Train leaves AlbfUij 12:50 p. id.
" " Corvallis 1:40 p. -na.
" arrivec Yaquina 5:55 p. .
1 Retmning: '
Leaves Yaquina .... 7:C0 a.' at.
leaves Co-vallis.... 11:23 a.m.
Arrivts Albany .... 12:13 p. in.
3 For Detir.it:
Lenvts Corvallis.... 12:00 p m.
Leaves Albany ..... . 1:30 p.m.
. . . ii.nn .
Arnyen ueuoii ..... o:y p. m.
rfaves Detroit 5:30 a. ro.
Leaves Albany 10:30 a. Bfl.
Arrives Corvallis 11:15 p.m.
Traius 3 and 4 between Albany and
Corvallis, Tuesdays. ThuisdnyB and Sat
urdays only. All other trains elaily ex-t-cpt
Trains 1 and 4 arrive in Albany In
time to conuect with the S. P. iouth
hound train, us well SB giving two or
three hours in Albany before-departure
of S. P. north bound traio for Portland.
Train No. 2 connects with the S. P.
est side train at Corvallis Crossing for
Independence, McMinnville and all
points north to Portland.
H. H. CaostsK, Manager.
SOUTH and EAST
Eonthe:n Pacific Ccibpanv.
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Tiains leave Coi vallis fer Portland
and wfy stations at 1:20 p. tn.
-Lt PortJaiid. 8:S( a m
Lv Allinnv. 12:30 p m
Ar Ashland 12:83 a na
At Sacramento 5.00 p m
Ar Pan Francisco-7:43 p m
. S : S0 p m
ioe p m
tl :30 am
4:S6 a m
0.30 a m
Ar Ogden. 5:45 p m
Ar Denver : -9:00 a m
Ar Kansas City 7 :25 a m
Ar Chicago 7 :55 a m
11 :4S a m
7 :Z6 ft to
Ar Los AtifteleF- 1 :20 pm
Ar El Tare -6:00 p tn
Ar Fort Wrtrth 6 :80 a ra
A i City of Mexico 9:65 a m
Ar Houston- 4 :00 a ni
Ar Sew Orleans 6:25 ft m
Ar Waahintrton 6:42 a m
Ar New York 12:43 pm
4ioo ft a
6:41 ft to
PULLMAN AND TOURIST CABS oa
both trains. Chair rara Sacramento U
gden and El Paso, and Tourist Ctrl to
Chicago, St Louis, New Orleans and
Connecting at San Frnncipco with I
eral steamship lines for Honolulu. Jtpaa.
China, Philippines, Oentral flfid SoWo
See F. E. FARMER, scent a CorvalUt
station, or address
C. II. MABKIIAM. O. P. A..
C. H. NEWTH
PniLOMATH, CREC N."".
Foley's Money and Tar
cures colds, prevents pneumonia.
Sulsciite for this jsjer,' "