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About Corvallis gazette. (Corvallis, Benton County, Or.) 1900-1909 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 3, 1901)
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1901.
WE WOULD BE UNDERSTOOD.
Let nothing the Gazette has
paid or may say be construed as
being in sympathy with the
teachings of socialism or as favor
ing the scheme of government
ownership. As regards legislation
against trusts and corporations
in general, we have said that it
is difficult to se2 what congress
can do in this connection, even
if it should appear that some of
the ereat trusts and corporations
are abusing their privileges. If
protection aids them to this they
will be divested ot protection,
This is about all congress can do,
State legislatures, under our con
stitution, are the legislative
bodies bitter able to deal efficv
ently with such organizations,
Congress went as far as it could,
without an amendment to the
constitution, when it passed the
. There is one ereat combina
tion, however, which the reviS'
ion-of- the-tariff panacea will in
nowise affect the railroad com
bination. The government has
given a fair empire to the build
ers of these continental railroads.
and it is not only right and
proper, but absolutely necessary,
that the government shall have
full and effective regulation of
them. If it shall be proved that
the government is powerless to
do this, then the government
must assume the ownership of
them. The Gazette is of that
large number who hope that this
will not be found necessary, but
vrho will not be frightened by
the cry of "Socialism," if al
other means tail and they are
compelled to advise the purchase
of these roads by the govern
ment. Such an interference by
the state with a private industry
may be socialistic in its tend
ency, but your free trader wi
tell you that a protective tann is
an interference of the state to an
extent which is socialistic. It is
difficult to draw a definite line be
yond which the state should not
. go. , It should interfere only
when there is absolute necessary,
and even then interference should
undertaken -with hesitation.
To quote an eminent authority,
however: "The maxim which
urges the restriction of state
activity should always be follow
ed according to its spirit, and not
according to its letter." . -.
I beg to
congratulate you on
vision of the "Coming Issue." I
voted for Mr. Lincoln twice as a
republican candidate for Presi
dent I was no better republican
then than I am now. Mr. Lin
coln gave notice that it was his
duty to establish federal author
lty everywhere in tue union
without abolishing slavery if
possible. You state that it is
the duty of congress to control
the transcontinental K.. X. com
panies without disturbing their
ownership if possible. Mr. Lin
coln gave further notice that if
federal authority could not ba es
tablished everywhere in the un
ion without abolishing slavery
he would establish federal au
thority in every state in the un
ion and abolish slavery if neces
sary. The historian informs us
that Mr. Lincoln did his whole
duty and established federal au
thority in every state in the ni
ion and that slavery was abolish
ed. In your editorial you state
also that if the Great Northern
and Northern Pacific Railroads
' cannot be controlled by federal
authority without ownership by
the government, then this nation
will, as a logical result of the
conduct of those roads, own and
operate them for and in the name
of" the people" ot the United
States, and I congratulate you
over your clear and logical state
ment of certain future events,
and I beg to suggest to every
candidate for office in this state
that he may put his ear to the
ground and he will receive valid
tokens of a revelation that who
ever fails to square his ambition
ior office with your heroic state
ment of the "coming issue" will
- respond to "Gabriel's Trumpet"
blast from the pol tical potters'
field, situated on Torrid Bay,
just opposite Fiddlers' Green.
- All such candidates are assured
of the distinguished consideration
of a free excursion ticket by the
Great Northern Colossus whose
latest railroad connections lead
. to that commercial port of entry
Whose "iea-fruit tempts the eye,
but turns to ashes on the lips.'
Dyed in the Wool.
MacLean, Ph. D.
Vv. 1-7.. The WrattTof Achilles Its
Origin and Consequences: -
Sing, O goddess, of the wrath of Achil
les that baleful wrath which brought
countless woes upon the Achaeana, and
sent forth to the god of the. underworld
many migh'.y sou's of heroji, and made
themselves a prey to do;;s and to all rav
enous birds but the will of Zeus was be
tag brought into effect ever since
time that the son of Atreus. king of men.
and "the Zeus-begotten Achilles, bavins
first quarrelled, separated.
Vv. 8-21. The Visit of Chryses to the
Achaeans for the Release of His
And wiio then of the gods brought
them together to fight in strife? It was
the son of Leto and of Zeus. For. he.
aagered at the king, let loose an evil dis
order throughout the army, and the!
losts died, because the son of Atreus
dishonored the well known Chryses, his
priest. For he Chryses went to the
swift ships of the Achaeans, both to re
lease his daughter and bearing countless
gifts holding on a golden sceptre in his
hand a wreath of the far-darter, Apollo,
and he besought all the Achaeans, bat
especially the two sons of Atreus, com-
mander-in chief of the forces :
O, sons of Atreus, and other well-
greaved Achaeans: To yon, may tke gods.
who possess the Olympian Halls, give to
utterly sack the the City of Priam and to
reach home in safety: and do ye, who
stand in awe of the far-darter, Apollo.
the son of Zeus, release to me my dear
child and accept these gifts
Ladies' Suits, Wraps, Jackets,
Separate Skirts. Children's
The entire lines permanently reduced
inirder to clean ont the goods before we
invoice. We have the most up -to-date
ready-to-wear goods in this section.
Having retired from the business of
farming, I will sell a 3-inch Bain wagon
a springtooth hayrake, and a splen
did young mare, cheap. Terms, cash ot
well secured note. J. I. Taylob,
. Corvallis, Or,
"Our Martyred Presidents."
The lives of Lincoln, GarBeld and Mc-
Kinley. The actual scenes of the three
greatest assassinations of the century
and illustrations connected with the illus
trious lives of these men. No better book
published. The cover design with three
medallion photographs is a beauty. 500
pages, cloth bound $1.50. Order by mail
from W. B. Satterlee, 312 Oak St., Port
A winter trip to Southern California
and Arizona via the famous Shasta Route
is one never to be forgotten. Renewed
acqnantance with this section will ever
develop fresh points of interest and ad
ded sources of enjoyment under its sun
ny skies, in the variety of interests and
added industries, in its prolific vegetation
and among its numberless resorts of
mountain, shore, valley and plain. '. Two
trains leave Portland daily, morning and
evening for California. These trains are
equipped with the most improved pat
tern of standard and tourist sleeping
cars, and the low rates place the trip in
reach of all. For illustrated guides of
California and Arizona winter resorts,
Gen. Passr. Agent, Portland, Or.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned as
administrator ot the estates ot Ransom A. and Ha
hala Belknap deceased has filed hie final account in
said estates in the County Court ot Benton eonnty.
State of Oregon and that nidi court has appointed
Saturday Dee. 7, 1901 at 10 o'clock a. m. at county
Court Room in the court house in the city of Corval
lis, Benton county State of Oregon, as the time and
place to hear the objections it any to said final ac
coui.t and the settlement of laid account and estates.
W. C. Bilkkaf.
Administrator of the estates of Ransom A. and
Hahala Belknap, Deceased.
Notice for Publication.
United States Lis Opkice. " .
Oregon City, Or. Nov. 89, lsol.
Notice is hereby given that in compliance with
the provisions of the act of Congress of June 3
1878, entitled "An act far the sale of timber lands
in the States of California, Oregon Nevada, and
Washington Territoriy," as extended to all the Pub
lic Land States by act of August ,-18V2,
BLANCHE E AKIN,
ef DilUs, county of Polk, State ef Oregon, has this
day filed in this office her sworn statement Me.
for the purchase of the 8 W i of Section aio.
12 in Township No. U S, Range No. 7 W, and will
vuor uruvi M wiuw uia bllC SH SOUgnt U) more
valuable for it timber or stone than for agricultural
purposes, and to establish he - claim to said land
fore the Register and Receiver of this office at Ore
gon City, on Thursday, the 13th dav of February,
1902. She names ae witnesses: Michael O, Flynn, ef
Philomath, Ore., Freeman W. Robinson and Albert
M. ttooinson, both of Fall City' Ore., and Hart C
Eakin, of Dallas, Ore.
Any and all persons claiming adverse!. toe abore
described lands are requested to file their claim u
this office on or before said 18th day of February.
1902. , OH AS. B. MOORE8. '
The Children's Friend.
Yon'll have a cold this- winter. Maybe
you have one now. Your childrea will
suffer, too. For cough, croup, bronchitis,
grip and other winter complaints One
Minute Cough Cure never fails. Acts
promptly, It is very pleasant to the
taste and perfectly harmless. C. B.
George, Winchester, Ky., writes: "Onr
little girl was attacked with croup late
one night and was so hoarse "lie could
W e cave her a few doses ;
r ; - n . M I
her immediately and she went! to sleep.
imr lrnmiviiurB v ann ana vnr in iiwii.
When she awoke next morning she
had no signs of hoarseness or croup."
Graham & Wells.
A Physician Testifies.
"I have taken Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
and have never used anything in my
life that did me the good that did." says
County Physician George W. Scroggs of
Hull County, Ga. ' "Being a physician
have perscribed it and found it to give
the best results." If the food you eat
remains undigested in your stomach it
decays there and poisons the system.
You can prevent this by dieting but that
means starvation. Kodol Dispepsia
Cure digests what you eat Yon need
suffer from neither dispepsia nor starva
tion, The worse case quickly cured.
Never fails. Graham & Wells.
IF YOUR BICYCLE
Take it to the -
J. K. BERRY, Proprietor.
Can Furnish Trees
Shrubs and Vines of all kinds
on short notice.
A full lino of
Evergreens, Ornamental Shrub
ery, Nutbearing and Shade
W. F. GRAY,
Agent for the ALBANY NURSERIES,
Albert Brownell, Proprietor. -
The Real Thing.
If any lady wants to get a real bargain
in a sewing machine she should rail on
T. W. Dilley. "The Fixer." He is sell
ing this year's model New Home ma
chines for (38. The usual price of these
machines is (75. The machine offered
by Mr. Dilley is very light running, aa
it is ball bearing, These machines are
guaranteed to sew equally well with
either silk or cotton thread. Here is an
opportunity that should not be lost.
Shooting Gallery Opened.
I have opened a shooting gallery one
door north of Cameron's harness shop.
Ladies are especially invited to try their
kill with the rifle. Prizes will be given
every Saturday night
On Thanksgiving day I will hold a
shooting match on the fiat near Mary's
river. Everybody is invited to take
part. . Habvey Saroknt.
Digests what yon eat.
This preparation contains all of the
digestants and digests all kinds of
iooa. n gives instant relief and never
fails to cure. It allows yon to eat all
the food you want. The most sensitive
stomachs can take it. By its use many
4-1. - S- -. . J . i .
uiuunauus ui uyspepucs nave Dee II
cured after everything else failed. - It
is unequalled for all stomach troubles.
It can't help
but do you good
Prepared only by E. O. DeWitt & Co., Chicago
Too II. bottle contains 2 times the 50c. size.
Graham & Wells.
Be Wise. ';'.."-."V;,
Come to our store when in need
of clothes, we are offering some
great suits for $10 in clay worsteds,
serges, cashmeres, and fancy pat
terns. If you want them better,
we have them up to $25.00. S. L.
1000 girls for house work, 75 girls for
worn in noteis, ou girls tor worK In
stales, 0 girls for. wailing on table,
steady work, good pay, $15 to $25 per
month at H. H. Higlev's Employment
omce No. 185 Morrison St Portland,
Try this Office for Job Wotk,
No. 101 lo acres, 15 in cultivation,
good bnildings, fine fruit and water, good
bottom land ; price, J650. 4J4 miles
from Philomath. - ' ; -
No. 131 80 acres, 25 in cultivation,
nii-e young orchard ; fair buildings, 2
cows and calves, team, wagon and. har
ness, plow, cultivator, tools, etc.; also
furniture. This is a good hill ranch and
i,un i 7n k miiua imn inm
74 ICO acres; 30 in cultivation ; small
house; good ltarn and water; 1)$ inues
from town; cheap at $1,500; on main
county road ; good pasture and timber.
113 A good 7-rooin 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
Real Estate Agent,
Box 59, Philomath, Benton County, Oregon.
- A Little-Known Fact That the ma
jority ef serious diseases originate in dis
order of the kidneys. Foley's Kidney
Cure is guaranteed. Be sure to get Fo
ley's. 'Sold by Graham & Wortham.
Another ridiculous food fat has been
branded by the most competent author!
ties. They have dispelled the silly
notion that one kind of food is needed
for brain, another for muscles, and sfill
another for bones. A correct diet will
not only nourish a particular part of the
body, but it will sustain every other part.
Yet, however good ' yonr food may be,
its nutriment is destroyed by indigestion
or dyspepsia. You must prepare for
their appearance or prevent their coming
bv taking regular doses of Green's
August Flower, the favorite medlciae of
the healthy millions. A few doses aids
digestion, stimulates the liver to healthy
action, purifies the blood, and makes
you feel buoyant and vigorous. Yon
can eet Dr. G. G. Green's, reliable
remedies at Graham A WoHliam.
Get Green's Special Almanac.
Mrs. S. H. 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.
Our Clubbing List.
Subscribers to the CORVALUS GAZETTE can
obtain the following papers iu combination sub
scriptions with the GAZETTE, at the very low
prices stated below; cash in adAancG always t ac
conipany tho order. Those wishing; two or more
publications named with the GAZETTE, will please
correspond with this office and we will quote you
the combination price. We can save yon money on
nearly ail puoucauons yon aesire. -
The abbreviations below are explained as follows:
W. fot weekly; S W for semi-weekly; T W, for tri
weekly; M, for monthly; S M,-for semi nronthly.
The first price represents the subscription rate of
the publication alone, and the second the rate for
the publication onereu in conjunction witb the
Oregon-Agriculturist and Rural Northwest, Port-
lana, ur., 9.n., w cents; 9i.su.
Oregonian, Portland, Or., W., $1.E0; 2.65. -
Rural Spirit, Portland, Or., Contains a live-stock
market report, W., s&OO; 2.55.
Pacific Christian Advocate Portland, Or., W.
The Thrice-a-Week World, New York, t. W.
Homestead, Des Moines, lows, A thorough stock
ana uu-m journal, w., i.w; Z.3U. . .
The Republic, St. Louis, Ho 8. W., 81.00; 2.05.
The American Farmer, Indianapolis, Ind., Live
hock, tarm ana poultry Journal, M., 50 cents; 1.85.
and Atlas of the World, bound 'to doth, fio pages of
wennvni; f ; z.BO.
The Outing Magasine, New York, 1L, $3,00; $.80.
Pacific Homestead, Salem, Or., W.,$L00; ISO.
Table Talk, Philadelphia, M., $1.00; 115.
American Homes. Knozville, Tenn., It., $1.08;
Z.3U. . j
Boston Coeh'ug School Magazine, Bi-SL, 60 cents;
. McClrt-e's Magazine, New York, M., $1.(3; 2.40.
Twice-a-Week Courier Journal, Louisville, Ky.
one of the best papers trout the great South, T. W.
"Dairy Fortunes," a neat, well written book of
zu pages on all questions concerning- aairnnr.
feeds and feeding, the constituent properties ef all
kinds of feed; $9 combinations forming well
balanced rations for dairy cows. Eiery dairyman
should have it Price with the Cokvalms Gazbtti
one year, S2.6S.
- Pocket Atlas of the World. 91 races, rontainhu
colored maps of all the states and territories in the
United Btates, the province of the dominion of
Canada, and of every country and civil division on
the face of the globe. Also valuable statistical In
formation about each state and eonnty, giving the
population of every large city in the world, besides
ether valuable information. A. handy reference
work for every person; with CoavALias Gazuti one
American Agriculturist, Chicago, III., including
copy or i ear hook ana Almanac, w., si.uo; z.su.
Farm, Field nd Fireside, Chieago, 111., W.,$1.00;
St. Louis Globe-Democrat, St. LouIb, bSs no riva
as a great modern newspaper, T. W , $1.00; 2.15.
The Weekly Inter-Ocean, Chicago, W., $1.00; 1.80.
Young People's Weekly, Chicago, I1L, W., 60 cents;
Cincinnati Inqv'rer, Cincinnati, W $1.00; 8 05.
The Fruit' Growers' Journal, Cobden , DL, M.,
60 cents; $1 76.
Farm and Fireside, 8nringfield, - Ohio, 8. W
60 cents; 1.76. -
Women's Home Companion. Spring&eld, Ohio,
Lippincott's Mags: "no, Philadelphia, Pa., M.,
Ev'rv Month (Muslo, Kong and Dance), New York,
M., $1.00; $2.15. ;
The Century Maiaxine, New York, M., $4-00; $.06.
Heard's Dairyman, Fort Atkinson. Wis., The
est most up-u-oate aalry Journal in the world, W.
$1.00; 2.30. '
Oregon roultry Journal, Salem, Or., M 0
The Pathfinder. District of nninmU. w ei no-
The Dflflieaer. New York. fUAnd.nl F.ahtnna If
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Modern Surgery Surpassed;
"While suffering from a bad case of
piles I consulted a physician who advised
me ta try a box of DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve," says G. F. Carter, Atlanta, Ga.
1 procured a box and was entirely
cured. ' DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve is a
splendid cure for piles, giving relief in
stantly, and I heartily recommend it to
all sufferers." Surgerv is unnecessary
to cure piles. DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve will cure any case. Cuts, burns,
bruises and all other wounds are also
quickly cared by it Beware of counter
feits. Graham & Wells.
Consumption threatened C. Unger,
212 Maple 8L, Champaign, PL, writes:
"I was troubled with a backing cough
for a year and I thought I had consump
tion. I tried a great many remedies and
was under the care of physicians for sev
eral months. I nsed one bottle of Fo
ley's Hone; and Tar. It cured me, and
have not been troubled since." ' Sold
by Graham & Wortham.
Four-room cottage and two iota, near
P. depot. Inquire of W. C, Corbett,
The most miserable beings ia the
world are those suffering ;from Dyspep
sia and Liver Complaint -More than
seventy-five per cent, of the people in
the United states are afflicted with these
two deseases and their affects : Btich as
Sour Stomach, Sick Headache, Habitual
Costiveness, Palpitation of the Heart,
Heart-burn. Waterbrash, 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 Druggist and get a bottle of
August lower tor 7o cents. Two doses
will relieve you. Try it. Get Green's
Prize Almanac. Graham & Wortham.
Notice for Publication. '
I Otficb at Oregon Cm, Oregon
October 12. 1S01.
Notice is hereby given that the following-nsjiied
settler has filed notice of his intention to make final
proof in support ot his claim, and that said proof
win oe maae oeiore tne uounty UferR ot uenton uo.,
at Corvallis, Oregon, on November 23, 1901. viz:
H. E. No. 11108 of Clara J. Beits formerly Clara J.
Hearing widow of James A. Hearins;, Deceased,
for the NE J NW & NW J NE 1 Sec. 2T, 18 S
She names the following witnesses to provo her
continuous resilience upon ana cultivation oi saia
land, via: Thomas M. Coon, of lnavale, Oregon,
Thornton A Lemister, on, James
Lemaster, r4 lnavale, Orel W Calhoon, of
. ' , CHiS. B. MOOKES.
Reliable and Gentle.
"A pill's a pill," says the saw. But
there are pills and pills. You want a
pill which is certain, thorough and gen
tie. Mustn't grip. DeWitt's Little
Early Risers 611 the bill. Purely vegeta
ble. Do not force but assist the bowels
to act Strengthen and invigorate.
Small and easy to take. Graham &
Mr. G. A. Stillman, a merchant of
Tampico, 111., writrg; "Foley's Kidney
Cure is meeting with wonderful success
It has cured some cases here that physi
cians pronounced incurable. I myself
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.
Executors' Sale of Real
Executors Notice of sale of real property. Notice
is hereby given, that in oursuauee of an order nf ti,
County Court of the Stote of Oregon for the County
a DAn.An -...I. An .U U I J . i. . . -n -
w. VW.WU, ,p vu mo 0,u uy ii oepbemoer, IVOl.-
in the matter of the Estate ot Thomas Eglin de
ceased, the undersigned Executors of said estate
from and after Saturday the oth Hnf Nnmw
1901, will proceed to sell the real property herein
after described, belonging to said Estate, at private
sale at Corvallis Benton county State of Oregon, for
cash at the time of purchase. The said real prop
erty to be sold as herein required, is described as
follows: To Wit: All the right, title and interest
of the said Estate of in and to Lots No. 7 and 8 ot
Heck No is ;in the Original Town of MarysviUe
now the City of CorvaUis, Benton county, State of
Oregon; and also all of the North half of lot No. 1
Vccpi, lew wjurnra on ine west era OX said Lot 1
all of Lot No. 2 and the South half of Lot No 8 .li
inBkckNo, 18 of the Original town of MarysviUe
new the City of Corvallis Benton county State nf
Said real nronertv to be sold in .two an.r.t.e nr.
eels. Said sale subject to the confirmation ot said
County Court of Benton county State of Oregon.
Geo. F. Faux
Executors of the Estate of Thomas Eglin, Deceased.
H. C. Watkins, sexton ot the Method
ist Church, Springfield, Pa., says: "My
wife has been very bad with kidney
trouble and tried several doctors without
benefit. After taking one bottle of Fo
ley's Kidney Core, ws much better, and
was completely cured after taking four
bottles." Sold by Graham A Wortham
Me First National Bank
OF CORVALUS, OREGON.
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 approved security, and especially
to encourage and build up tke legitimate busi.
Bess enterprises and industries of this country.
Received subject to check payable on demand.
Sight exchange and transfers sold available In
. . . Letters of Credit
Issued available in the principal cities of the
Principal Correspondents Upon Vhom W
Sell Sight Exchange
The Commerci&l-Katinnal TtanV of dlinim
The First Rational Bank of Portland, Oregon:
i ne mi oi caiuornia, san Francisco, Calif. -
Anelo-Callfornian Bank. San FraiiovtL f aiif
The National City Bank New York. "
ne nana, oi new York National Banking Ass n.
Importers & Trader's National Bank, New York
Shoe and Leather National Bank of Boston, Mass,
rniladelphia National Bank of Philadelphia, t
B. A. GATHEY, M. D.
Physician 8? Surgeon
Booms 14 in Bank Building.
Office Hours J 2lo 4 p.m.
Residence: Corner College and 8th Sts.
Telephone at office and residence.
Corvallis. - : - - Oregon
L G. ALTMAN, M. D.
Office Comer 3rd and Monroe streets
Hocus 0 to 12; 2 to 5: 7 to 8: Sun
day 9 to 10.
BE8IDKNCE Corner 3rd and Harrison
streets, Corvallis, Oregon.
Telephone 315, at residence.
JOS. H. WILSON.
Practice in al1 State and Federal Court
Office in First National Bank Building,
E. li, Bryson
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office in Poatoffice Building.
DR. JAS. A. HARPER
Office la Wbl tenors Blork
W. T. Rowley
Office over First National Bp.ak
J. E. FOWELLS
Repairing promptly and neatly done
First door west of the Gazette office
E. H. TAYLOR
Dentistry of every description done in first
Class manner, ana satisiuvtiuu guar
GROWN AND BRIDGE WORK I SPEC!.LT
Office over-Zierolf 's grocery store, oppos:
the post office, Corvallis. Oregon.
Drugs & Medicines Kodaks & Photo Supplies
Established, Incorporated, 1898
WHOLESALE t RETAIL.
The most complete line lot Pure Drugs and
Chemicals in Corvallis.
Books and Stationery, Commercial Pa
pers, Fine Perfumery, Toilet Articls,
Combs, Btnsb.es and Mirrors.
Pocket Knives, Scissors, Fine Cutlery
Manager of Perscription Department,
T. A. JONES, Registered
Special Course in Pharmacy at Perdue Uuiverd
ty, Indiana . ,
Physician Sf Surgeon
Notice for Publication.
Usitfd States Land Officr.
Orecon City. Oreeon. October. 5. 1901
Notice is hereby given that in compliance with
tbe provisions ef the ant of Congress of June S. 1878
entitled "An act for the sale of timber lands in the
States of California. Oretroo. Nevada, and ft ashintr.
ton Territory," as extended to all the Public Land
States by act of AuguBt 4, 1892,
CHARLES W. WILKINSON.
ot Philomath, county of Benton. State of Oregon,
ha - this d y Sled in this office his sworn statement
Bo. 6024, lor tne purchase 01 tne B. 01 . w.
anc' Lots 3 and 4 of section No, 4 in Township No.
13 South, Kange no. 7 West, and will oiler proof
show that tne lana sougnt is more vaiuaDieior
timber or stone than for a&nicultural purposes.
and toestablish his claim to taid land before tbe
Register and Receiver of this office at Oregon City,
Oregon, on Sattuday, the 21st day of December,
lie names as witnesees: Kelrose Com ter of Falls
Citv. Oreiron. John Hvde of fhilomath. Oreon.
Charles Odell ot Philomath, Oregon, and rrtd
Simeial of Philomath. Oreiron.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the above
described lands are -requested to file their claims m
thin office on or before saia 2ist day 01 uecemoer
1901. CUAS. li- MOOKUS,
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Chas. Replogle, of Atwater, u., was
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Graham & Wortham.
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Address, Washington Publishing Co.
Chamber oi commerce Building, Tacoina
9 a. m.
r t wortn, Umaha
Kansas Uity. St.
via 11 an-
and JSf t
9 p. m.
rt Worth, Umaha,
Kansas City, St
Louis, Chicago and
Walla Walla. Lew
iston, S p o k a ne,
;7 :00 a.m.
Panl, Dultith, Mil
Through Pullman and Tourist Sleeper
72 HOURS PORTLAND to CHIOAGO
No change of cars. Tickets East via all
rail, or via boat and rail, via Portland
Ocean and Kiver Schedule.
All linz dateb
subject to cbanee.
8 p. m.
For San Francisco,
4 p. m.
Sail every five days
lrom April zd.
8. p. m.
4 p. m.
To Astoria & way-
10 p. m
WILLAMETTE RIVER DIVISION
Steamer Rot h leaves Corvallis. for Al
bany, Salem, Portland and Way Land
ings, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
6 :00 a. m, ; returning, arrives Corvallis
about Midnfcht, Monday, Wednesday
A. L CRAIG, Gen. Pass. Agent,
Corvallis & Eastern Railroad
2 For Yaquina:
Train leaves Albany 12:50 p.m
Corvallis 1 :50 p. m.
" arrivep Yaquina 6:45 p. ni.
Leaves Yaquina.... 6:C0 a. tn.
Leaves Co'vallis. . . . 11:30 a. in.
Arrives Albany .... 12:15 p. in.
3 For Detroit:
Leaves Albany 7:00 a. m.
Arriyes Detroit . . .-.'12:15 p. in.
Leaves Detroit 12:45 p. m.
Arrives Albany 5:40 p.m.
Trains No. 1 - arrives in Albany in
time to connect with the S. P. south
bound train, as well as giving two or
three hours in Albany befoie departure
of S. P. nortli bound train for Portland.
Train No. 2 connects with the S. P.
west side train at Corvallis Crossing for
Independence, McMinnville and all
points north to Portland.
H. H. Cronise, : Manager.
SOUTH and EAST
Southern Pacific Company
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Trains leave Corvallis for Portland
and way stations at 1:20 p. va.
Lv Portland 8 :& a m
Lv Albanv 12:30 p m
Ar Ashland 12:33 s m
Ai Sacramento.-. 5 .00 P m
Ar Ran Frant'isco-7:45 p m
S :30 pm
10:!0 p to
11:30 a m
A .So a ft
11 :45 a m
9 :80a tn
Ar Ogden 5:45 p ta
At Denver -9:00 a m
Ar Kanaas City -7:25 a ni
Ar Chicago." 7 :55 a m
Ar Los Angeles 1 :20 pm
Ar El Paso 6:00 p m
Ar Fort Wiwth 6 :30 a m
A r City of Mexico 9 :55 a m
Ar Houston 4 :00 a m
Ar New Orleans 6 :25 a m
Ar Washington .-0:42 a m
Ar New York 12:43 p m
6:00 p m
9 :55 a ra
4:00 a m
12:43 p m
PULLMAN AND TODRIST CARS a
both trains. Cliair cars Sacramento te
Ogden and El Paso, and Tourist cars to
Chicago, St Louis, Mew Orleans aa
Connecting at San Francisco with sev
eral steamship lines for Honolulu, Japan,
China, Philippines, Central and South
See F. E. FARMER, agent a Corvallis
station, or address
C. H. MARKHAM, G. P. A.,
Notice for Publication.
tlnrmi 8tatss Lxd Ofiict.
Oreiron Oily, Oregon. October 1901,
Notice Is hereby aiven that the foliootntr-mmed
settler has filed n;tice of his intention to aiake final
proof in support ot his cliuii, anil that said proof
m il humufa hefure Count v Clerk of Benton County.
at Corraliis. Orrpin. on December 9tli, 1901. via:
H. E, 11045 for the lota 8 snd 4 ol Sec 24, T. 18 8.,
Be names the fnlloirhur witness' t to pror his
continuous residence upon and cultivation of raid
land, via: Jese Pc;.er, of Corvallis. : Oretron.
John Whitaker, of Co. .'all's, Oregon- William New
nan, of Corvallis, Oregon. R. A. Burlhurt, of CiTval
lia, Oregon. CHAS. a MOORE8.
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