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TUKSDAY, OCTOBEE 22, 1001.
SENATOR MITCHELL'S VIEWs-
It is no surprise to us, but no
less gratifying to find Senator J.
H. Mitchell not only in line with
the best thought and purposes of
the party but fearlessly and
clearly denning his position.
In an interview published in the
Oregonian he says of tariff revi
sion: "I firmly believe nothing
Congress could do would tend so
strongly to the distraction of the
good business conditions now
prevailing as to enter upon a gen
eral revision of the larifl. " This
is unquestionable true. Business
conditions throughout the w hole
country were never btttcr. There
J, lronr lif-ttf V a tiinr.1v QnrvlVl
VV1J J 1 v.. " "
tive spirit entering into affairs.
There is no boom sweeping over
the country, but the conditions
are those which attend the re
munerative employment of cap
ital in the legitimate develop'
ment of our unequalled resources
throush commerce, manufac
tures and agriculture.
Labor, skilled and unskilled
never has been so fully employed
nor so well remunerated as now,
Prosoeritv is general, and since
it is undoubtedly the result of re
publican policies and largely that
of a protective tariff it would be
most unwise for Congress to dis
turb any of the conditions which
have contributed to it. Business
enterprises demand stable condi
tions. Trusts, demagogues and free
traders declare, are products of
protection. If it can be ascer
tained that the tariff creates,
fosters or sustains trusts the sen
ator would put their product on
the free list, but, he adds, "I
annrphpnd that the tariff is nnt
so responsible for the existance
of the great trusts now in oper
ation as many people suppose."
The senator knows what every
intelligent man who has studied
the subject knows that the great
manufacturing trusts are neces-
saryto tne cneapest production
and highest wage rate
He favors reciprocity when it is
truly of reciprocal benefit, but he
calls attention to the fact that
nearly one-half of the commodi
ties we now import is already
' embraced by the free list
Something must be done to re
Store and strengthen our mer
chant marine. Senator Frye's
scheme may be the best means,
and if so, he says. "I should
not be .frightened at the word
'Subsidy,' but would support it."
He will favor the most'drastic
legislation within constitutional
limitations for the suppression of
anarchy and anarchists.
Oregon is fortunate in having
an able, industrious and influen
tial delegation in Congress.
They know what they want and
usually obtain as great a quantity
of it for the state as many more
populous states receive.
Trade Is Good.
During the past lew days we
have.inade inquiries of many of
tne leading merchants of Corval
lis with a view to comparing
business conditions of this year
with those of a like period of
last year. In no instance did
one of our leading business men
report a decline of trade. Some
of them had not given the mat
ter attention, but wera free to
express their opinion that busi
ness was as good, if not better,
than at this season last year. A
few of our merchants have paid
strfct attention to the run ofj
trade and state that business is
on the increase. A leading es
tablishment is reported to be do
ing a better business than last
year by from 25 to 30 per cent.
When a leading Corvallis firm
reports an increase of business- to
such a degree as last mentioned
it denotes a gain of several
thousand dollars in the volume
of business of one establishment
This report comes from all
classes of business men, the
grocer, clothier, harness dealer
and those who oarry on a gener
al merchaxdisidg business. Some
men are of the opinion that the
consumers are buying articles of
-better quality than they did a
year ago, and in larger quanti
ties, while others' report no
change in the general character
of their stock in trade. There
was not a single complaint of de
crease in business.
Just what has caused the trade
relations of this year to tower
above those of 1900 it is hard to
determine. Some of our busi
ness men are of the opinion that
' diversified farming is alreadyJ
making itself felt. - Otheis have
voiced the opinion that fflneii of
cur increase in business is due to (
the many new -comers who have
located in Benton county during
the past twelve months. That
there is a reason for our indus
trial heakh and business growth
none will dispute, and it is most
likely due, not only to the loca
tion of many men of means who."
ttlirja l A 1 f -l In fill.; la'(Iaii A , t- !
iug the past year, but to the
fact that our farmers are getting
their eyes Dpen and
ness en progressive lines,
Selections from Roman History
K Literal Translation from Entropius
by C. MacLcan, P!i. -D The
First Punic War.
Although the city of Rome was now
famous, yet its arms bad not been car
ried beyond Italy for four hundred and
seventy-seven years. That, therefore, it
might he ascertained what the resources
of the Romans were, a census was taken.
Then there were found of citizens, al
though ward had never ceased sinee the
founding of the city, two hundred and
ninety-two thousand, three hundred and
miny-ionr sotus (lit. heads). War was
first undei taken agaiaat the Africans in
the consulships of Appius Claudius and
i;mctus jjuivius. in Kicily war was
fought against them and Appius Claud,
ius celebrated a triumph over the Afri
cans (i. e., the Carthaginians), and over
Hiero, king of Sicily (i.-e., of Syracuse
of which Sicily was a dependency).'
In the consulships of Lucius Manlius
Vulso and Marcus Atilras Regulus the
war was transferred to Africa. A battle
was fought at sea against Hamilcar, the
Carthaginian general, and lie was con
quered. For, having suffered the loss of
sixty-four ships, he retreated. The-Ro
mans lost twenty-two ships. Moreover,
haviug crossed into Africa, they accept
ed, upon its surrender, Clypea, a chief
citv of Africa. The consuls advanced as
far as the neighborhood of Carthage, and
after laying waste many strongholds
luannus returned to Home -a conquerer
anl led back twenty-seven thousand
prisoners of war. Atilius remained in
Africa. He drew tip his army in line of
battle against the Carthaginians. Hav
ing fought three Carthaginian generals,
lie came out a conquerer. For lie slew
eighteen thousand of the enemy, cap
tured nve thousand wjth eighteen . ele-
phants. and received eeventv-four cities'
under his protection lit. in good faith
Then the conquered Carthaginians asked
for peace with the Romans. When
Regulus was willing to grant peace only
on severe terms, thetJarthaginians asked
aid from the Spartans. And under the
leadeiship ofXauthipus, who had been
sent by the Lacedaemonians, Regulus,
the general of the Romans, was con
quered with an. exceedingly heavy loss.
For only two thousand of all the Roman
army escaped, while five hundred, to
tether with Regulus, their commander
were raptured; tmrty thousand, were
slain, and Regnlna himself was cast in
AN AUSPICIOUS BEGINNING.
French E. Oliver, of Chicago, Assisted by
His Brother as Musical Director at
the M. E. Church.
Yesterday, a forward movement,
which waB planned some months
ago, was. begun. In the morning
the audience room had to have
chairs carried in to accomodate the
crowd. The sermon was a logical,
scholarly putting of genuine cims-1
lianity in earnest as applied to the
individual. ' . ' .
An interesting afternoon service
was also held.
In the evening the Evangelist
lectured on "The Devine Origin of
The main room was filled as also
the annex to its full capacity. A
choir of 25 presided over by W. R.
Oliver was an interesting ' feature.
He expects to add to the numbers.
The lecture lasted for - an . hour
and a half, and the congregation
followed with interest from begin
ning to end. It was a clear, forcible
putting of the question that elicited
general expression of appreciation
at the close of the service.
The pastor Rev. Frank L. Moon
will bo assisted each afternoon and
evening this week by French E.
Oliver, and W. R. Oliver will have
charge of the music. - -
A full line of Black cat bose for
Ladies andGente, Boys and Girls
L best wearing hose made for
s tie only by S. L. Kline.
' . : ' .. .
Baby's first shoes fiee. The
Hamilton Brown Shoe Co., will
present free of charge to all babies
born in 1901, one pair of Fine Kid
Shoes. - Nolan & Callahan; distrib
uters for this section. :
Hot Tatnale Supper.
: The ladies of the Ptesbyterian
church will serve a supper on Wed
nesday eve October 23rd between
the hours of 5 and 9 o'elock, one
door north of WllkiW furnitu.-e
establishment. Bill of fare: Hot
tamales, Salads, cold meats, bread
and butter, jelly cake, coffee and
fruit. All for 25c
H. S. & M.
Hart, Schaffner & Marx the clothes
with a Guarantee for Fale only ty
S. L. Kline.
Ne w gooda all the time at N & C.
Benton county red clover sro:J for
salo at Zierolf s. - .' ?
Mens Fine Shoes. Our Hamilton
Brown $2 50, W. L. Douglas $3.00,
and the celebrated "Walk Over''
fhoet at -to 50 and H 00 are the
production of the best shoo makers
America. N & C, A
Will rent 200 acres of land est of
Monroe ami lake part payment ot rent
Hi work ami improvement) on the plar.
A'Kltesa m. s. WOODCOCK,
Another invoice of Ladies Cape.
Jackets and Raglins have arrived;
Nolan & Callahan.
Whh every Boys Suit or pair of
shoes we give a bag of marbles. The
largest stock' at the littlest prices.
You can pay
for-a hat and
J5e.no Ketter satisfied'
' Utillrejole;. ngcn ts !.
NOLAN k CALLAHAN.
Certificate of Guarantee.
We hereby authorize every dealer in
our goods to make the following guaran
tee in our name : We guarantee each
garment niade by Hart, Schaffner &
Marx to be free from imperfection in ma
terial and workmanship; to be sewed
throughout with pure dye silk, tailored
by skilled workmen, and made of de
pendable cloth thoroughly sponged and
shrunk. Should any H., S. & M. gar
ment prove unsatisfactory, and not a
above represented, it may be returned
and the money will be refunded.
Hart, Schaffner & Marx,
For sale by S. L. Kline.
We have three hundred samples
of the Hart, Schaffner & Marx
clothing besides the large stock we
carry.- All the new patterns m
Suits and Overcoats. Come in and
try your siz9 on and be well dressed
at bait tho tailors price. Sol
Agent. S. L. Kline.
Fresh and salt SbIi at 6 cents per pound.
Fresh fish constantly received from
Yaquina Bay and Waldport. Leav
orders at Farmers' Hotel, Corvallis.
- A. A. McCleary,
A chance of a Life-Time,
J. K. Berry is agent for the eld stand
by sewing machine the Wheeler-&
Wilson. He lias two of the Snest ma
chines that ever struck the town a $75
box cabinet for $45 ; a $50 drop head for
$35. Buy a machine that will last a life
time. Ball-bearing, rotary motion,
Mr. G. A. Still man, a merchant of
Tampico, 111., writes: ''Foley's Kidney
Cure is meeting with wonderful success.
It has cured some cases here that physi
cians pronounced incurable. I mysejf
am able to testify to its merits. My face
today is a living picture of health, and"
Foley's Kidney Cure has made it such.-''
Sold by Graham & Wortham. ' - '
For Sale.;: ';--
Some Bne-bred Shepherd nuppies. .
, . . Geo. W. Sifrrii.
Four-room cottage and two lots, near
S. P. depot. Inquire of W. C, Corbett,
Cervallis, Or. . '
Foley's Honey and Tsr
for cnudren,safe, sure. Jo opiates.
Geo. C. Hickock, Curtiss, Wis . , says :
"Foley's Kidney Cure has beeu tested
and found to be all vou claim for it. I
have given it to my father and it is the
only thing that ever helped him." Gra
ham & Wortham.
Mr. "W. J. Baxter, of North Brook,
N' C, says he suffered with piles for 15
years. He tried many remedies with no
results until he used DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve and that quicUy cured
him. Graham &Wells.
About 200 Cot'swold
shares. Apply to
ewes to let on
Chas. Replogle, of Atwater, 0., was
unable to work on account of kidney-
trouble. ; After using Foley's Kidney
Cnre fonr days he was-, cared. . Sold by
Graham & Wortham. ...-" '
r " .A.T THE
Cflrvailis Carriage Factory
Buggies from $45.00 up.
Wagons, 3-inch steel gear, from
All of these wagons are made of the
very- Vet material for an expeneive
:iifoii.-' Wo are closing them out at
1 (bete low prices to ciean up the building
to manufacture organs. Anyone wanting
to get a good, bargain should call .early,
We oaii inako the wagons to suit if do
noLhav one on hand.
R. M. CRAMER,
General Manager and Salesman for
Qramer's. Organs. ,
Makes traveling: a pleasure, when correct
- time is always a necessity. Yours may be
a capable time keeper, but through iacom-
peteut repairing you have lost faith iii it.
Britts it ia to me. I will reooir tne worst
w reeked watch) and I will do it economi
cally. Albert J. Metzger
Three Doors North of the Posteffice.
M OR DAUNT GOODNOUGH
announces the opening of bis class in
. artistic piano playing.
Masorj's Pianoforte Technics and Reed
... Oftjai) ...
Mr. Goodnoueh's understanding of the
higher art of, music has been attained
by years of study and attested by several
years successful teaching. He is, there
fore, prepared to receive pupils for the
Intelligent, refined, musical and planist-
. 1c play tee of the first class.
The same care is given to pupils of the
organ as is gives piano pupils. lor
terms anil hears, call at residence, gn 6th
street, west of Court House.
. -Notice for Publication.
United States Land Office,
Oregon City Oregon, A jgnst 2, 1901.
Notice is hereby given that in compliance with the
provisions of tho act of Congress of June 8, 1878,
entitled "An act for the sale of timber lands in the
tates of California, Oregon, Nevada and Washing
ton Territory," as extended to all the Public Land
States by act of August 4, 189:2.
. WILLIAM H. OfflHN,
of Garfield, county of Whitnnn, State of Washing
ton, has this day filed in this office his sworn state
ment No. 5482, for 'he Rurchaso of the Lot S of Sec
tion, No. 80, in Township No 13, S. Range No. 6
W, and will offer proof to show that tiie land sought
is more valuable for its timber or stone than for
agricultural purposes, and to establish his claim to
said land before the Register and Receiver of this
office at Oregon City, Oregon, on Friday, the 13th
day of October, 1901. '
He names as witnesses: Theodore -T. Oir and
F auk L. Gwlnn, of Garfield, Whitman Co., Wabh.
B. -F. Totten and Thomas Coon of Corvallis, Benton
Any and all persons claiming adversely the above
described lands are requested to file their claims in
this office on or before said 18th da of October,
MM. , CHAS. B. MOORES,
rtie First National Bank
OF CORVALLIS, OREGON.
. t ESTABLISHED 190.
. : ; OFFICERS & DIRECTORS
M. S. WOODCOCK, President,
C. E. MOOR, Vice-President.
WALTER T. WILES, Cashier.
GEO. E. LILLY, Assistant Cashier.
JOHN WILES, Corvallis, Oregon.
On an kinds of approved security, and especially
to encourage and build up the legitimate busi
ness enterprises and industries of this eountiy.
, Deposits -
Received subject to check payable on demand.
. Sight exchange and transfers sold available in
the principal cities of England. Ireland, Switzer
land, France, Belgium. Holland, Norway, Swed
en, 'Denmark, Iuuy, Russia, Spain, Portugal, Ger
'Lettef of Credit
Issued available iuthe principal cities ot the
United States. , . .
Principal Correspondents Upon 'Whom V
Sell Sight Exchange
The Commercial National Bank of Chicago.
The First National Bank of Portland, Oregon.'"
The Bank of California, San Francisco, Calif.
A.nglo-Cahfornian Bank, San Francisco, Calif :
The National City Bank New York.
The Bank of New York National Banking Ass'n.
Importers & Trader's National Bank, New York.
Shoe and Leather National Bank of Boston, Mass.
Philadelphia National Bank of Philadelphia, Pa
Special Line of Street
- . Hats.
FULLINGTON & HORTON,
Corner 3rd and Monroe Sta.
. Repairing promptly and neatly done.
; First door west of the Gazette office.
In cases of cough or croup give the lit
tle one One Minute Cough Cure. Then
rest easy and have no fear. The child
will, be all light- in a little while. It
never fails. . Pleasant to take, . always
safe, sure and almost instantaneous in
effect. ..Graham & Welle. -
" 1 Infill
EVER BEEN IN
3T- ID. TiETtTJST t&s oo.
A Little-Known Fact That the ma
jority ef serious diseases originate in dis
order ot the kidneys. Foley's Kidney
Cure is guaranteed. Be eure to get Fo
ley's. Sold by Graham & Wortham.
Foley's Kidney Cure
makes kidneys and bladder right
"I had a running sore on niv leg for
seven years," writes Mrs. Jas. Foiest, of
Chippewa Falls, Wis., "and spent hun
dreds of dollars in trying to set it healed.
Two boxes of Banner Salve entirely
cured it." Bewa-e of substitutes. Sold
by Graham & Wortham.
Notice for Publication.
United Stames Laxd Office,
Oreiron Citv. Oregon, bent. 21. lf)01.
- Notice is hereby given that the following-named
settler has filed notice of his intention to make final
proof in support of his claim, and that said proof
will he made before County Clerk of Benton Co. at
Corvallis,- Ore., on November 4th, 1901. viz:
William II. l'arrMi,
H. E. 11117. for the SE1 Sec. 20, T. 13 S.. R. OW.
He names the following witnesses to prove his con
tinuous residence ipou ana cultivation el said
land, viz: Jasper llickard, of Dusty, Ore., Tbornton
A. Lemaster, of Inavale, Ore., Joseph M. Gray of
Philomath, ore., Ulysses . Ulcason, of f ern, ore,
CHAt. B. MOORE.
Ulcers, open or obstinate sores, scalds
and piles, quickly cured by Banner
Salve, the megt healing medicine in the
world. Sold bv Graham & Wortham.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon.
D. N. Williamson,
Mary A. Williamson, I
T. B. Williamson '
Martha E. Prettyman, J.
W. Williamson, Wiley
A. Williamson, W. G.
Willidnisoii, P. E. Wil-
liamson, Arthur Blanno, j
Mattie Pretty man-John-1
ston and Henry Pretty- I
man, a minor, !
To Mattie Prettyman-Johnston, one of the above
In the kam b of this State oi
hereby required to appear and
Oregon, you are
plaint of the above-named plaintiff filed against you
in the above entitled court, on or before the expira
tion of six weeks from tiie date of the first publica
tion ox tm-s summons, wnicn is tne lien day oi Oc
tober, 1001, and t he last date of the publication of
this sumnittns is the 22ad of November, 1901,
and you are notified if you fail to appear and answer
said complaint the plaintiff will apply to said court
for the relief prayed for in his said complaint, towit:
For a decree and order of said court to correct a mis
take and error in the description ia x certain deed
made and executed by V. R. Williamson and Alary
A. Williamson to the plaintiff on July 25th, 1890,
and recorded in the deed records for Benton county,
Oregon, Volume 33, at page 412 thereof, and for
such other relief us to the court may seem just.
This summons is served by publication thereof in
the Corvallis (Jazitttk by order of Hon. E Wood
ward, County Judge for Benton County, Oreiron.
Slade the 9th day of October, lOol.
N. II. Kewtort,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
If the action of your bowels is not eas
and regular serious complications most
be the final result. DeWitt's Little Early
Risers will remove this danger. Safe,
pleasant and effictive. Grcham & Wells.
Notice' for Publication.
United States Land Office, '91, will proceed to sell the real property lierein-
- Oregon City, Oregcn, August 2, 1901. i after described, belonging to said Estate, at private
Notice is hereby given that in compliance with the 81116 Corvallis Benton county State of Oregon, fof
provisions of the act of Congress of June S. 1878. -'ssn the time of purchase. he said real prop
entitled "An act for ibe sale of timber lands ir the 1 erty to be sold as herein required, is described as
States ! Ca'ifornia, Oreeon. Nevada and Washing-J follows:- To Wit: All the right, title and interest
ton Territory " as extended to all the Public Land . of the said Estate of in and to Lots Ko. 7 and 8 of
States ny act of August 4. 1892, j Block No lin the Original Town of Marysville
THEODORE T. ORR, ! now the City of Corvallis, Benton county, State of
of Garfield, county of Whitman, State ot Washing- f Oregon; and also all of the North half of lot No. I
ton. has this dav filed in this office his sworn state- ! (except 26 feet.square on the West end of raid Lot 1)
ment No. 5483, for the'purchase of the NE , NW t all of Lnt No, 2 and the South half of Lot No. 8, all
H, lots i and 2 of Section No. 30 in Township No. ? in Bkek No, 18 of the Original town of Mary-ville
13 S, R No. 6 W, and will offer proof to show that F now the City of Corvallis Benton county State of
the lana sought is more valuable for its timber or Oregou.
stone than for agricultural purposes, and to establ'sb. Said real projierty to be told in two separate par
tus claim to eaid laad before the Register and Re- i eels. Said sale subject to the confirmation of said
ceiver of this office at Oregon City, Oregon, on Fri- ( County Court of Benton county State of Oregon,
day, the 18th day of October, 1901. j Dated Oct. 8th, 199L
He names as witnesses: William H. Gwinn and Geo. F. Fqlim
Frank L. Gwinn of Garfield, Whitman Co., Wash.. J W. Cbees,
B. F. Totten Mid Thomas Coon of Corvallis, Benton fcxetutora of the Estate of Thomas Enlin, Deceased.
Anv and all nersons clainine advereely the above- ,
described lauds are requested to tile their claims iu
this effice on or before said 18th day of October
1901. CHAi. B. MOORE,
Emptionp, cuts, burns, scalds and eorea
of all kinds quickly healed by DeWitt'n
Witch - Hazel Salve. -Certain cure for
piles. Beware of counterfeits. Be suroi
you get. the original Dewitts.
ham & Well's. ' .
Notice for Publication,
Unit States Lakd Office.
Oregon City v Oregon, October, 5, 1901
Notice is hereby given that in compliance .with
the provisions of the aut of CongreBS of June 3. 187-8
.entitled "An act for the sale of timber lands in the
btates of California, Oregou, Nevada, and Washing,
ton Territory' as extended to all the Public Land
States by act of August 4, 1892,
CHARLES W. WILKINSON,
of Philomath, county of Benton. State, of Oregon.
has this day filed in this office his sworn statement
No. fif.24. tor the purchase of the S. J of N. W. i
and Lots 3 and 4 of section - No, 4 in Township No.
13 South, Range No. 7 West, and will offer proof to
snow mat tne lana eo&gnt is more .vatuaoieior its
timber or stone than for agricultural purposes,
and to establish his claim to t-aid land before the.
Register anf Receiver of this office at Oregon City,
Oregon, on Satuiday, the 21st day of December,
He names as witnesees: Melrose Courter of Falls
City, Oregon. John Hyde of rhilouiath, Oregon,
Charles Udell ef Philomath, Oregon, and red
bimeral of Philomath, Oregon, -
Any aTid all persons claiming adversely the above
described lands are requested to file their claims in
this office on or before said 2lst dav of December
1901. ., CHAS, a MOORES,
s - " . j . ltegisttr -
Italian Rye Grass for Sale.'
For particulars, enquire of . .
" Geo. W. Smith, Corvallis.
Try this Office for Job Work.
We Are Headquarters
AND CHARTER O-A.K
THE FINEST LINE OF
No relief fo' 20 years "I had bron
chitis for twenty years," said Mrs. Min
erva Smith, of Danville, 111., "and never
got relief until I used Foley's Honey ami
Tar, which is a Hire cure for threat and
lung diseases." Sold bv Graham &Wor-
Tim most miserable beingn ia the
world are those suffering from Dyspep
sia ana L.iver (Jompltunt more Minn
seventy-fivn per cent, of the people in
the United States are afflicted with these
two diseases and their afiects: such as
Sour Stomach. Sick Headache. Habitual
Costiveneus, Palpitation of the Heart,
Heart-burn. AVaterbrash, Gnawing and
Burning Pains at the pit of the Stomach,
Yellow Skin, Coated Tongue and Disa
greeable Taste in the Mouth, Coming up
of Food after Eating, Low Spirits, etc.
Go to your Dnmaist and get a bottle of
August b lower for 75 rents. Two doses
will relieve you. Trv it. Get Green's
Prize Almanac. Graham & Wortham.
Those famous little jills, DeWitt's Lit
tie Eariy Itisers compel vour liver and
bowels to do their duty, thus giving yon
pure, rich blood to recuperate your body.
Are easy to take. Never gripe. Gra
ham & Wells.
No. 101 4o acres, 15 in cultivation.
good buildiriKB, fine fruit and water, good
bottom land: price. J650. miles
nice young orcbara; lair uunaings, z
cows and caives, team, nagon and har
ness, plow, cultivator, tools, etc.; also
furniture. This is n good lull ranch and
is cheap at $700. C miles from town. .
74 160 acres; 30 in cultivation; email
house; good ban. and water ; 1 miles
from town; cheap at $1,500; on niain
county road ; good pasture and timber.
113 A gocd 7-rootn bouse with one-
half acre lot; frnit, cood water, chicken
houses and sheds, price $000; well r-
ranged for poultry raising; this "
cheap little home, 10 tninutes walk from
H3HRT AKELEX, '
Real Estate Agent,
Box 59, Philomath, Benton County, Oregon
Mrs. S. II. Allport, Johnstown, Pa.,
says: "Our little girl almost strangled
to death with croup. The, doctors said
she couldn't live but she was instantly ,
relieved by One Minute Cough Cure. !
Graham & Wells. 1
. Executors' Sale of Real
Executors Notice of sale of real nropcrty. Notice
is hereby given, that in pursuance of an order of the
County Court uf the State of Orcgrou for the County
of Benton, made on the 3rd day of September, 1901,
in the matter of the Estate ot Thomas Kglin de
ceased, the undersigned Executors of said estate
from and after Saturday the 9tU day of November
H. C. Walkins, sexton ot the Method
ist Church, Springfield, Pa., .says : "My
-wife has been very bad with kidney'-
i rou Die and tried several doctors' miliout
benefit. After taking one bottle of Fo
ley's Kidney Cure, was much better, and
was completely cured after taking four
Sold by Graham & Wortham.
Notice for Publication.
- Land Office at Oregon Citv, Oregon
October 12, 1901.
Notice is hereby given that the following-named
settler has filed notice of his intention to make final
proof in support of bis claim, and that said proof
will be made before the County Clerk of Benton Co.,
at Corvallis, Oregon, on Notember 23, 1901, viz:
H. E. No. 111P8 of-Clara J. Beits formerly Clara 1.
Hearing widow of James A- Hearing, Deceased,
for the NK J SW & NW J NE J Sec. 2UT. 13 S
R.6 W. .
- She names tho following witnesses to prove her
continuous residence upon and cultivation of said
land, viz: Thomas M. Coon, of Jnavale, Oregon,
Thornton A Lemaster, of Inavale, Oregon, James
Lemaster, nf Inavale, Oregon, Sam W. pUhoon, of
CHAS. B. KOORES.
: ; - Register.
- JamesWhite, Bryanlsville, Ind save
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve healed run-
ning sores oruboth legs. He had suffer
ed six years. Doctors failed tohelplrim.
Get DeWitt's.- Accept no imitations.
Graham & Wells. -
C. H. NEWTH
Physician Sf Surgeon
. PHILOMATH, OREGON.
Foley's Honey and Tar
cures colds, prevents pneumonia.
P. T. Thomas, Sumpterville, Ala., "I
was Buffering from dyspepsia when I
commenced taking Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure. I look several liottles and can di
gest anything." Kcdol Dyspepsia Cure
ia the only preparation containing all the
natural digestive fluids. It gives weak
stomachs entire rest, restoring their
natural condition. Graham & 'Wells.
Consumption threatened C. Untier,
212 Maple St., Chsmpajgn, I'l., writes:
"I was troubled with a hacking cough
for a year and I thought I had consump
tion. I tried a great many remedies and
wits under the care of physicians for sev
eral months. I need ono bottle of Fo-
ley's Honey and Tar. It enred me, and
I have not been troubled since." Sold
bv Graham & Wortham.
Don't be satisfied with temporary relief
from indiuestion. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
j permanently and completely
this complaint, It relieves permanently
because it allows the lired stomach per
feci rest. Dieting won't rest the stom
ach. Nature receives supplies from the
food e eat. The sensible way to help
Uie etomnch is to use Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure, which digests what you eat and
can't help but do you good. Graham &
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