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lUESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1001.
The Portland Oregonian thinks
trie president has not given the
Subject of merchant marine suffi
cient reflection. As evidence
that the Oregonian has, it says:
"Europe pays us for our food
ftuffs largely with her services
in the carrying trade. If we
take that away from her she
must either buy less food of us or
else pay us for it with some other
commodity. If we do this work
ourselves it is perfectly certain
either that Europe will deny it
self to the value of our products
for which its carrying tracle pays,
r else that our home products
will be cut off from hon.e mo
tets to the extent of an equiv
alent value which Europe will be
obliged -to send us in puce of the
freights it has been earning."
Europe takes of our foodstuffs
our grain, flour, fish, and
meats because she needs them
and cannot produce them in
quantities sufficient to supply her
need. Her necessity, not the
amount of her freight bill against
us, is the measure of her demand
for our food products. Europe
must have these in no less quan
tities whoever is the carrier. It is
equally certain we shall take
from Europe no greater quantity
' of ''some other," or any com
moditv than we need whoever
may be the carrier.
The cost of carriage is to the
consumer. We pay European
ship-owners for carrying foreign
products to us; Europe pays them
for carrying our products to ner.
In either case necessity, present
or prospective, determines the
, magnitude of the carrying trade,
and this is true, as well, through
out the commercial world. Ship
Owners do not knowingly ''carry
coals to Newcastle."
If we had the only merchant
marine afloat and conducted the
carrying trade of the world there
would be no less of it to do.
We should do our share of it,
at all events, if we had a credita
ble merchant fleet. Once we bid
fair to wrest the supremacy from
England. The sails of our mer
chantmen whitened every sea
and our adventurous sailors car
ried our flag to every port.
The civil war virtually destroy-
.v. . r
ea our mercnant marine.
Since then our own carrying
trade, for the greater part has
been in the hands of foreigners,
and we cut no figure whatever in
the carrying trade of the world.
The president seems to have
- given the subject sufficient reflec
tion to-enable him to name some
of the reasons why our merchant
marine is so insignificant. He
Jraints out "that the original
cost of building American ships
is greater than is the case abroad;
that the wages paid American
officers and seamen are very
much higher than those paid the
officers and . seamen of foreign
competing countries, and that the
standard of living on our ships
is far superior to the standard of
living on the ships of our com
There are many cogent reasons
beside those of patriotism and
national pride why we should
build up a powerful merchant
marine. Congress will no doubt
take some measures for this pur
pose. If granting subsidy is the
best measure, subsidy will be
given. Other nations find this
a very efficient auxilliary in
building up and maintaining a
merchant marine and so may we.
Meanwhile the Oregonian may
find time for the 'sufficient re
flection" it evidently has . not
given to the subject.
INTERSTATE COMMERCE LAW.
Speaking of this law the pres
ident in his message says: ."Ex
perience has shown the wisdom
of its purposes, but has also
shown possibly that some of its
requirements are wrong, certainly
that the means devised for the
enforcement of its provisions are
Whatever may be the defects
of the law, and they are regarded
as serious the chief instrument
, devised for its enforcement is not
. only defective but notoriously
inadequate to the task. This is
a commission known as the In
. terstate Commerce Commission.
, This was first lormed with Judge
, Cooley of Michigan as chairman.
He was a man of high legal at
,. taintnents, of unblemished char
acter and of stern, unyielding in
tegrity. There has never been
any question - that he did not
conscientiously do his duty and
Strive to- have the commission
give the law right .interpretation
and just application. He utterly
failed. It has been charged, in
general terms of course, repeat
edly in the press and from the
platform that the commission
was bought, bribed, corrupted,
controlled, owned by the railway
companies; that Judge Cooley
was placed at the head of the
commission that his well known
character might be a foil, a shield,
a screen for the corrupt prac
tices of the- other members.
However true or false, these
-1- 1 i xi i
cinrges may nave oeen mere is .
no question but Judge cooley
was bitterly disappointed by the
conduct of the commission, and
almost heart broken in conse
quence of the unenviable reputa
tion it bore. The railway com
panies made no serious complaint,
at any time, and this fact served
but to the discredit of the com
In the public mind the!
commission is utterly discredited,
and congress can make no greater
mistake than to rely upon such
instrumentality for the adminis
tration of such laws as may be
enacted for. the government of
interstate railways. Let congress
pass just and reasonable laws to
be administered by the courts.
It can provide that they shall be
administered speedily, inexpen
sively and effectively? Our
people never placed much confi
dence in such commissions, and
our experience with them has
been anything but reassuring.
Oregon made trial of a railroad
commission and it is safe to say
that it will be long before we re
peat the experience.
Book l-K Literal Translation by C.
MacI.enn, Ph. D.
yv. 53-100. - Hera's Interposition
the Declaration of Kalchas:
For nine days the missiles of the god
went sweeping through the army, and
ou the tenth day Achilles caused the
people to be summoned to a council, for
Hera, the white-armed goddess, put this
in his heart. For she was grieved for
the Danai, because she saw them dying.
When, therefore, they were assembled
and were met together TFor this form of
expression see Prayer Book, page 4,
"When we assemble and met together to
etc." Achilles, swift as to his feet, rising
up in the midst, addressed them :
''0 son of Atreus, now I think that we,
driven back, will return home again, if,
indeed, we would escape death, since, as
it now appears, war and pestilence have
united to subdue the Achaeans lit. since
war and pestilence together will subdue
. But come now, let us consult some
seer, or priest, or even an interpreter of
dreams for a dream also is from Zeus
who might tell why Phoebus Apollo con
ceived gich anger; whether he finds
fault on account of a vow neglected, or
ob account of a hecatomb not offered, if
perchance, in some way, he, having par
taken of the savor of the fat of lambs and
of choice goats, would be willing to ward
off ruin from us."
Now, when he had thus spoken, he
sat down, and there stood np in the
midst of them, Kalchas, the son, of Thes
tor, by far the best of soothsayers. He
knew the things that are, the things that
will be, and the things that were before;
and, by his knowledge of divination which
Phoebus Apollo gave to him, he guided
the ships of the Achaeans all the way to
Ilium. This one took part in the busi.
ness of the council and addressed them:
"O Achilles, dear to Zeus, thou sum
monest me to explain the wrath of Apol
lo the far-darter king. I shall, there
fore, speak : But do thou give heed, and
swear to me that thou wilt surely and
truly aid me by word and by deed. For
of a truth I am of the opinion that I
shall enrage a man who powerfully rules
the Argives and to whom the Achaeans
submit. For a king is superior when he
is angry with an inferior; for even if he
suppress his anger at the time, yet he
afterward holds his grudge in his heart
until he can make it effective, But make
thou clear to thyself whether or not thou
wilt protect me."
Then Achilles, swift as to his feet,
made answer, acd said :
"Very courageously tell thou the
prophecy, whatever thou kuowest! For
not by Apollo dear to Zeus, by praying
to whom, thou, 0 Kalchas, makest
known to the Danai the oracles, no one,
while I live and behold the ground, will
lay heavy hands on thee near the hollow
ships not even if thou tell Agamemnon
himself who now boasts that he is by far
the bravest of the Achaeans."
And so he blameless seer took courage
and spoke out:
wotthen, indeed, on account of a
vow, nor on account of a hecatomb, but
on account 'of his priest, whom Aga
memnon dishonored, he is offended, nor
did he release his daughter, and did not
even accept his gifts. On this account,
then, the Far-darter sent troubles, and
will still send them. Nor will he re
strain his hands, heavy with pestilence,
until we restore to her dear father the
quick-glancing maiden unbought, with
out ransom, and lead a sacred hecatomb
to Chrysa.- Then, having propitiated
him we might persuade him.''
A Wise Woman
Or a wise man, for that matter, will read
the ad of W. B. Satterlee and select
therefrom the books to be used for holi
day presents. .These books are beauti
fully and substantially bound, and are
first-class publications throughout. Noth
ing will be better appreciated by a friend
the Children's Friend.
You'll have a cold this winter. Maybe
you have one now. Your cuildrea will
6uffer, too. For cough, croup, bronchitiB,
grip ami other winter coinp'aints Qne
Miutite Couj;b Cure never fails. Acts
promptly. It is very pleasant to the
laktA and li01-fiM-l IV liurmlpRA. C- H.
C . a A-:. .1. .,'.- I'- ..'ilu' "(Inr I
iillle uirl was attacked ilh cronp late
one nielli un'l was so hoarse b" could
hardly speak. We gave her a f.-v doses
of One Minute Cough Cure. Itrelieved
her immediately and she went; to sleep.
Wheu she awoke next morning she
,md gigng of lloarsenes or croup,
Oraliam & Wells.
Proposals for Wood.
Notice is hereby given that the clerk
of school district No. !, Benton county.
Ores?n, will receive sealed bids to furn
ish the said district wilh wood for the
con.insi vear. towit: "Twenty cords of
oak grub wood, and 60 cords split body
red fir wood old growth. Or CO cords
of lir wood, second growth, good quality,
not less than four feet in length, and not
less than four inches nor more than eight
inches i'i thickness,, or diameter, to be
delivered at the school building in said
district, on or before August the 15th,
190'J. The board reserves the right to
reject any or nil bids, and no bids will be
received after 0 o'clock Dec. 20, 1901.
V. A. Bl.THANAN,
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 line of
Evergreens, Ornamental Shrub
ery, Nutbearing and Shade
W. F. GRAY,
Agent, for the ALBANY NURSERIES,
Albert Brownell, Proprietor.
. GREAT SALE..
Ladies' Suits, Wraps, Jackets,
Separate Skirts. Children's
The entire lines permanently reduced
in irder to clean out the goods before we
invoice. We have the most up -to date,
ready-to-wear goods in this section.
Having purchased the entire
stock of furniture formerly owned
by S. N. Wilkins. . We will of
fer every article in the store at
FOR THE NEXT
as we have no room in our al
ready over-crowded store rooms
for the goods.
Call at the stare room former! v
occupied by S. N. Wilkins. -
J1"D. Mann & Co
Foley's Honey and Ttir
for chlldrentsafc, sure. No opiates
Our $89 .Piano
case organs lead them alL They
, cannot be excelled for durability,
richness of tone and neatness
of case. Organs frsm $45 00 up,
made on special rreerj We
are meeting with the bt'st of sue
cess and selling organs ok fast
tnev can be made. We have an
extra lot started, to reach out far
ther. By sending in an order
early, we will be able to fill it in
good shape. No Eastern organ
can compete wilh our instru
ments in make-up guaranteed
for 10 years.
Our terms are cash, or down
3 in 6 mo's, in 12 mo's, or
$20.00 down and $5.00 per month.
One payment must be made be
fore organ leaves factory. AVe
guarantee the organ, and if not
as represented we will relund
For turther information ad
CRAMER ORGAN FACTORY,
No. 101 4o acres, 15 in cultivation,
good buildings, fine fruit and water, good
bottom land; price, $C50. 4y3 miles
No. 13180 acres, 25 iu 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. 6 miles from town,
' 74 160 acres; 30 in cultivation ; small
house; good barn and water ; miles
from town: cheap at $1,500: on mam
county road ; good pasture and timber.
113 A good 7-room house with one-
half acre lot; fruit, good water. ?chicken
nouses and sheds, price $000; well ar
ranged for poultry raising; this is a
cheap little home, 10 minutes walk from
Real Estate Agent,
Box 59, rhilomnth, Benton County, Oregon.
The manufactures of Banner Salve
having always believed that no doctor
ormedicine can cure in every case, but
never having heard where Bauner Salve
failed to cure ulcers, sores, tetter, eczema
or piles, as a matter of curiosity would
like to know if there are such cases. If
so they will gladly refund the money
Graham & Wortham.
Another ridiculous lood fat has been
branded by the most corn petentauthori
ties. They have dispelled the silly
notion that one kind of food is needed
for brain, another for muscles, and still
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 your food may be,
its nutriment is destroyed by indigestion
or dyspepsia. Yon must prepare for
their appearance or prevent their coming
by taking regular doses of Green's
AuguBt Flower, the favorite medicine 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 get Dr. G, G. Green's, reliable
remedies at Graham & Wo'lham.
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.
The Real Thing.
If any lady wants to get a real bargain
in a sewing machine she should call 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. Dil ley is very light running, as
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 ill be given
every Saturday night.
On Thanksgiving day I will hold a
shooting match on the Bat near Mary's
river. Everybody is invited to take
part. Harvey Sargent.
1000 girls for house work, 75 girls for
work in Hotels, 50 girls for work in
stoies, 50 girls for waiting on table,
steady work, good pay, $15 to $25 . per
month at H. H. Higley's Employment
office No. 185 Morrison St. Portland,
Oregon. " '
Having retired from the business of
farming, I will sell a 3-inch Bain wagon,
a springtooth Jiayrake, and a - splen
did young mare, cheap. Trms, cash o
well secured note. J. I. Taylor,
1817 tableware at
Modem Surgery Surpassed.
"While suffering from a bad cage of
piles I consulted a physician who advised
me to try a box of DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve," says G. F. Carter, Atlanta, Ga.
"I procured a box nod was entire'y
cured. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve is a
splendid euro for plies, giving relief in-
Mmitlv. and I heart ilv recommend it ti
ail siiil'ererH." Surgery is iiinicci'wai j
to cure piles. DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve will cure any case. Cuts, burns.
bruises anil all other wounds are also
quickly cured by it. Beware of counter
feits. Graham & Wells.
Editor.Lyuch of "Daily Post" Phillips
burc, N. J., has tested the merits of Fo
ley's Honey and Tar with this result:
"I have used a great many patent rem
edies in my family for coughs and colds,
and I can honestly say your Honey and
Tar is the best thing of the kind I have
ever used and I cannot say teo much in
praise of it." Graham & Wortham.
Four-room cottage and two lota, near
S. P. depot. Inquire of W. C. Corbett,
C. W. Lynch, Winchester, Iud., writes
'I owe the life of my boy to Foley's
Honey and Tar. lie had membranous
croup, and the fin-t dose gave him re
lie f. We continued its use and it soon
brought him out of danger." Graham &
The most miserable beings in (he
world are those suffering from Dyspep
sia and Liver Complaint More than
seventy-five per cent, of the people in
the United state are afflicted with these
two deseases- and their affects: such as
Sour Stomach, Sick Headache, Habitual
Costiveness, Palpitation of the Heart,
Heart-burn. Waterbrash, Gnawing and
Burning Pains at the pit of the Stomach,
Yeliow Skin, Coated Toegue and Disa
greeable Taste in the Mouth, Coming up
of Food after Eating, Low Suirits. etc.
Go to your Druggist and get a bottle of
August i lower lor 7o cents. Two doses
will relieve you. Try it. Get Green's
Prize Almanac. Graham & Wortham.
Reliable and Gentle.
"A pill's a pill," savs the saw. But
there are pills and pills. You want a
pill which is certain, thorough and gen
tle. Mustn't grip":. DeWitt's Little
Early Risers fill the bill. Purely vegeta
ble. Do not force but assist the bowels
to act. Strengthen and invigorate.
Small and easy to take. Graham &
J. W. Bryan of Lowder, IIIh., writes:
"My little boy was very low with pneu
monia. Unknown to the doctor, we
gave him Foley's Honey and Tar. The
I result was magical and puzzled the doc-
tor,s it immediately stopped the rack
ing cough and he quickly recovered."
Graham & AVortham.
Executors' Sale of Real
Executors Notice of sale of real property. Notice
is hereby given, that in pursuance of an order of the
County Court of the State of Oregon for the County
of Benton, made on the 3rd day of- September, 1901,
in the matter of the Estate of Thomas Kglin de
ceased, the undersigned Executors of saidi estate
from and after Saturday the 0th day of November
will proceed to sell the real property herein
after described, belonging to Baid Estate, at private
sale at Corvaliis Benton county State-of Oregon, for
cash at the t.imo 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 3 of
Block No lin the Original Town of Marysville
now the City of Corvaliis, Benton county, State of
Oregon; and also all of the North half of lot No. 1
(except 25 feet'squara on the West end of said Lot 1)
all of Lot No, 2 and the South half of Lot No. 3, all
in Bkck No, IS of the Origiual town of MarybVille
now the City of Corvaliis Benton county State of
Said real property to be sold in two separate par
cels. Said sale subject to the connrmation of said
County Court of Leuton county State of Oregon,
Dated Oct. 8th, 19UL
Geo. F. Eous
Executors of the Estate of Thomas Kglin, Deceased.
. Satisfied People
are the best advertisers for Foley's
Honey and Tar and all who nse it agree
that it is a splendid remedy for coughs;
colds or sore lungs. Graham & Wortham.
A Physician Testilles.
"I ho. -e 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
Hall County, Ga. "Being a physician
I 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
Cine digests what you eat You need
suffer from neither dispepsia nor starva
tion, The worse case quickly cured.
Never fails. Graham & Wells.
Chas. Replo'le,' Atwater, O., was in
very bad shape. He says : "I suSered
a great deal with my kidneys and was
requested to try Foley's Kidney Cure. I
did so and in four days I was able to eo
to work again, now I am entirely well."
Graham & Worlham.
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. jou want them better,
we have them up to $2500. S. L
Kline. . . - -
A cangh, cold or la grippe can benip
ped in the bud, with , a doee or two of
Foley's Honey and Tar. Beware of sub
stitu(ea. Graham & AVortham.
Foley9 s Honey and Tar
cures colds, prevents pneumonia
Try this Office for Job Work.
B. A. CATHEY, M. D.
Booms 14 in Bank Building.
rm. tt 110 to 12 a. m.
Office Hours f 2 to 4 p.m.
Residence : Corner College and 8th Sts.
Telephone at office and residence.
Corva'iis, - - - Oregon.
LG. ALTMAN, M. D.
Office Corner 3rd and Monroe streets
Hours 9 to 12; 2 to 5; 7 to 8; Sun
day fi to 10.
Residence Corner 3rd and Harrison
streets, Corvaliis, Oregon.
Telephone 315, at residence.
JOS. H. WILSON. ,
ATTORN EY-AT -LAW.
Practice in all State and Federal Court,
Office in First National Bank Building.
E. R. Bryson
ATTORNEY - AT LAW
Office in Poetoffice Building.
DR. JAS. A. HARPER
DEN XI ST
Office in Wbltrhorn Block
Office over First National Bunk
J. E. FOWELLS
Repairing promptly and neatly done.
First door west of the Gazette office
E. H. TAYLOR
Dentistry of every description done in (irsi
class manner, "and satisfaction guar
anteed. CROWN 4?iD BnlOSE WOEK A SPECIALTY
I Office over Zierolf 's grocery store, oppos:'.-
the post office, (Jorvallis. uregon.
Drugs & Medicines Kodaks & Photo Supplies
Established, Incorporated, 1898
WHOLESALE & RETAIL.
The most complete line ot Pure Drugs aad
Chemicals in Corvalli?.
Books and Stationery, Commercial Pa
pers, Fine Perfumery, Toilet Artlcls,
Combs, Brushes and Mirrors.
Pocket Knives, Seissors, Fine Cutlery
Manager of Perscription Department,
T. A. JONES, Registered,
Special Course in Pharmacy at Perdue Unlversl
C. H. NEWTH
Physician Sr Surgeon
rhe first National Bank
OF CORVALLIS, OREGON.
OFFICERS & DIRECTORS
M. S. WOODCOCK, President.
C. E. MOOR, Vice-President.
WALTER T. WILES, Cashier.
GEO. E. LILLY, Assistant Cashier.
JOHN WILES, Corvaliis, Oregon.
On all kinds of approved security, and especially
to encourage and build up the legitimate busi
ness enterprises aud industries of this country.
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, Italy, Russia, Spain, Portugal, Ger
Letters of Credit
Issued available in the principal cities of the
Principal Correspondents Upon Whom 'Wj
Sell Sight Exchange
The Commercinl National Bant cf Chicago.
The First National Bank of Portlawd, Oregon.
The "Dank of California, San Francisco, Calif,
Anglo-Californian Uank, San Francisco, Caiif
The National City Bank New York.
The Bank of New York National Banking Ass'n.
Importers &Tradrrs National Eank, New York
Shoe and Leather National Bank of Boston, Mass.
Philadelphia Nations Bank of Philadelphia. Pa
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Steamer Ruth leaves Corvaliis for Al
bany, Salem, Portland and Way Land
ings, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
6 :0U a. m, ; returning, arrives Corvaliis
about Midnight, Monday, Wednesday
E. F. THAYER, Agent, Corvaliis.
A L CRAIG, Gen. Pass. Agent,
Notice for Publication.
Usitvd States Land Omen.
Oregon City, Oregon, October, 6, lfiOI
Notice is hereby jjiven that in eomplianue with
the provisions of the act of Congress oi June S, 1S7-B
entitled "An act fir the tale of timber lands in the
States of California, Oregon, Nevada, and Wauliiiiir.
ton Territory," as extended to all the Tubliu LanU
States by act of Aujpist 4, 1892, I
of Philomath, county of Benton, State of Oregon,
has this day filed in this office his sworn htatenteni
Pn. &.vi4, lor the purchase ot the S. A of a. W.
and Lots 3 and 4 of section No, 4 in Twribhip No,
13 South, iHnie No. 7 Wesi, and will offer proof to
show that the land Bought is nmre valuable for its
timber or stone than fir agricultural purposes
and to establish Ins claim to aid land before the
Register and Receiver of this office at Oregon City,
Orcgoii, on Satuiday, the 21 tt day of December,
He names as witnescesi Melrose Courier of Falls
City, Oregon, John liyoe of fhilomath, Oiegon,
Charles tdell .of Philomath, Oregon, and tred
bimerat of I'hilouiath, Oregon,
Any and all persons claiming ad verily the above
described lands are requested to file their claims in
this ofjee on or before said 2!jst dav of December
1901 CHAS. B. MuORES.
Notice for Publication.
United Statks Land Ofhcic
Oregon City, Or. Nov. 29, Itiol.
Notice is hereby given that in compliance with
the provisions of the act of Congress of June 3,
lis, cntitittt -An octi -rtne sale oi timber landi
in the States of California, Oregon Nevada, imd
Washington Territoriy," as extenued to all the Pub
lic Land States by act of August 4, 1892,
of Dallas, county of Polk, State of Oregon, has this
day tiled in this mce ner sworn statement No.
ftfWJ, for the purchase of the 8 W i of Section No,
12 in Township No. 13 S, hange No. 7 W, and will
offer proof to show that the land nought is more
valuable for its timber or stone than for agricultural
purposes, and to establish he claim to Siiid land be
fore the Register and Receiver of this office at Ore
gon City, on Thursday, the 13th day ot February,
1902. bhe names at witnsti-es; Michael G, Flynn, of
Philomath, Ore., Freeman W. Kohitisou aud Albert
M. Kobinson, l oth of Fall City, Ore., and Hort U.
liakin, of Dallas, Ore. -
Any and all persons claiming anverselx the abore
described lands are requested to tile their claims in
this office on or before said 1 3th day of February,
1002. GUAS B. MOOKLS,
Notice of Final Settlement.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned as
administrator oi the estates of Hansom A. and Ma
hala Belknap dercastu has filed bis final account in
said estates in the County Court of Benton comity.
State of Oregon and that said court has appointed
Saturday Dec. 7, 1K)1 at 10 o'clock a. m. at counlv
Court Room iu the couit house in the eity of Corval
iis, Benton county State of Oregon, as the time and
p!ace to hear the objections if any to bald final ac
count aud the nettlf.ment ot said account and estates.
W. C. Belkkap.
Ai'niinistiator of the estates of Ransom A- an
iliUiula J eikuap, Deceased.
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Notice for Publication.
United States Land Office.
Oreyon City, Oregon. October 2, 1001,
Notice is hereby iivtn that the following-named
settler has filed notice of his intention to make final
proof in support ot his claim, and that said proof
will be made before County Clerk of Benton County,
at Corvaliis, Oregon, on December th, 1G01. viz;
H. E, J 1045 for the Lots 3 tnd 4 of Sec 24, T. 18 8.,
R. 5 W.
lie names the followirjr witnefFes to prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation of raid
land, viz: Jchpo Porter, of Corval is. Oreiron.
John Whitaker, of Corvaliis, Oregon- Willitm New
man, of CorvalliB, Or(j-on. K. A. 11 uiili.it, of C(val
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