Corvallis gazette. (Corvallis, Benton County, Or.) 1900-1909, January 11, 1906, Page 2, Image 2

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HE C0BVALL1S 6HETTE
Published Tuesdays and Fridays by
Gazette Publishing Company.
The subscription price of the Gazette
- veral years haa been, and remains
$ r annum, or 5 per cent, discount if
piid in advance. This paper will be
eoaliuued until all arrearages are paid.
the sole purpose of instructing s Billey Gates and Allen Gove
President Rwsevelt and making : have been on theck iistlne
his dutv clear to him. Pooff aavs-
OTHER GRAFTERS.
F. J. Heney has tendered h's
jrjsiecnation to the Attorney-Gkn-eil
in the Binder Hermann case.
It is expected that Mr. Heney,
wuo proved himself so able a
prosecutor in the Oregon land
fraud cases, will likely have no
further connection with them
at last not, for some time. The
reason is that Mr. Heney has an
ab aidant and all-satisfying task
o i hand nearer home, in San
Francisco.
i he mayor of the bay city is
under indictment for the misap-
p .? ttb:i o? !) i bli .i funds, and
ioc binga purty to a policy of
extortion whereby he profited
mr.iy thousand dollars. In re
turn for the money said to have
bi)i ;'-'. 1 t'i3 mayor, certain
parties reseivorl protection and
w : tii'o.ve I to operate and ccr.
d i"r. -qae.-tioiab'.e businesses in
violation of the law. Ugly ru
mors are also afloat regarding
"resoluters!" From the word
ing of certain of' these, notable
resolutions "one is forced to the
! conclusion that the men who
drafted some of these tried their
utmost to feel thrills similar to
those which are presumed to
have jlayed hide-and-seek about
the anatomy of the signers if
the "Declaration of Independ
ence." Bah!"
Again we are confronted with
another class who are almost in
hysterics for fear we will, or
will not, have war with Japan.
If the little brown man really
SEWER NOTICE.
George Gove : went to Port
land Monday to take in the sights
of the metropolis. ' - v.
- There was a surprise partyt
given at Mr. Duffy's lastlpt'day
eveuing. It was an enjoyable
affair to all present
Irvie Starr has returned -home
from Greenville, where he . fcas
been attending sctaooV
Beaver Creek school began
last Monday with Proh Peterson
as teacher. .
The farmers of Beaver are all
anxious for the freezing weathei
to break as their farming -isn't
NOTICE 13 HEREBY. GIVEN, that the
Viewers appointed by ordinance No. 212 of
the City of Corvallis to view the sewer or
dered to be constructed from a point in Polk
street on the center line of the alley through
Block No. 7 in'"IixQn's Second Addition to
the City of Corvallis, Oregon, if extended.
SE IYER NOTICE.
NOTICE 13 HERE3Y GIVEN, thtt the
Vlerors ippcmied by ordinance No. ..II of
the City ct Corvallis to view the sewer order
ed to. be constructed from a point in "O"
street in said city on the center line of the
alley through biotk t"H" in Avery's Addi
tion to said City, if extended, and 12 feet
and 12.4 feet distant from the North proper-1 eiuht inches distant from the Bronerty line
ty line of said block, and running thence I of said biock, thence northerly through the
southerly rough-the center of the alleys I center of the alleys of blocks "H" and "G"
of block No. 7 in' Dixon's 2nd Addition to the in Avery's Addition to said City and block
City of Corvallis and -Blocks No.' 6 and 5 in I 13 n the original town of Marysville, now
Dixon's Adoption to the City of Corvallis said City of CorvaUis, to the north i-ide of
to connect with the Van Buren street - sewer Washington street, ar.d t connect with the
in said City and the property along the line south terminus of tha lateral sewer now
of said sewer which will b3 directly bene- constructed thrcuth blocks 14 and 15 in said
fitted thereoy, to ascertain ana oetermme 1 original town of Slarysvillo, now Cirv o
what property will be directly benefitted ty J corvallis. and tne or-oertv alcni the line
such sewer and to estimate the proportionate I 0f saj,i sewer which w;!l be direotly bene-
share of cost thereof to De assessea to me titled ther lv. lo aw-er at mm determine
several owners of such property . have filed I hat " will bo eirec8iy benefitted by
their report witn me - j q d to e,atEate the proportion-
City of Corvallis , ad that the PPy H ate sUare of the cost thereof to be asss-M
ceriaiiieu " j .vT fitted thereby, to ascertain and determine
be directly benefitted by said sewer ' tta Jg. c
extent and proportion of such benefit is as filed their repcrt vUh tbe polloe judge of
IOHUW3 . I cniri Cit-r nt Onrvo'lia anil that h nrODertT
.I2W5' D,X0n8 Aduuonto tne CKy ascertained and determined by said Viewers
TTiviOv t'"t'". to Rin
wanted to fight us he is not in a advancing much now.
positoin to do so. It costs money, Qn account ot the hl-gh wat.,
lots of it, to carry on a war. the mail carrier r ould not come
Japan has no money, but she al- Thursday, Fiiday or Saturday
ready has an enormous war aeoc an(j there were some glooim
on her shoulders as a result of looking laces.
the conflict wttn Kussia. onouia M Averts ieft toriav for Mod-
1
she want to borrow money she mouth whete he will look aftei
would find it an uphill undertak- his farm.
11 l 1 I
ing. especially 11 10 were kiiowh, Chas Aim,tTon anrj Pratt
as it would be, that she was Qove were P.iilomath visiters
thinking of whipping the United Monday.
States, tVi
We want war witn no peP the oronosed tunnellast Sun-
17 J . 1.1 I O 1 X
peace is preieraoieac any ume- dav We are not sjrc but ihmk
But should the inhabitants of the it will corre out in the can von h
"Flowery Kingdom" become so front of Daniel's house instead of
puffed up and overconfident re- at the Gove saw mill
garding their powers as toper- Grandpa and Grandma Gove
m't themselves to worry, tanta- dre reported to have been baing
iize and badger us beyond the an attack of la grippe,
point where patience ceases to Bi1 p k a Corvallis vis-
CLASSIFIED ADVERT I SKMSNT8:
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successive insertions, or 00 fte- per
month; for all up to and including ten
additional worJs, i cent a word for eaub
insertion. v
For all advertisements over 2a words,
1 ct per word forjthe first insertion, and
K ct per word for each additional inser
tion. Nothing inserted for less than 25
cents.
" Lodge, society and church notices,
other than strictly news matter,, will be
charged for.
nf Conrallis.
Lot No. 1, l-36th of total cost sewer.
Lot No. 2. l-36th of total cost sew jr.
Lot No. 3, l-36th ofj total cost sewer.
Lot No. 4. 1-3 6th of total cost sewer.
Lot No. 5. x-36th of total cost sewer.
Lot No. 6, l-36th of total cost sewer.
Lot No. 7, l-36th of total cost sewer.
Lot No. 8, l-36th of total cost sewar.
Lot No. 9. l-36th of total cost sewer.
Lot No. 10, l-36th of total cost sewer.
Lot No. 11. l-36th of total cost sewer.
Tt Nn. 12. l-36th of total cost sewer.
In Block 6, Dixon's Addition to the City
of Corvallis.
Lot No. 1. l-36th of total cost sewei
T nt Kn. 2. l-36th of total cost sewe
Lot No. 3, (South 1-2), 1-7 2nd of total
Lo No? 3. (North 1-2). l-72nd of total LCity of Corvallis
to be directly ' benefitted by said sewer and
the extent and proportion of sucn oenem is
as follows : ;
In block "H" in Avery s Addition to saw
Cityi of Corvallis.
Lot No. 1, l-36th of total cost sewer.
Lo No. 2, l-36th of total cost sewer.
Lot No. 3, 1-SGth cf total cost sewer
Lot No. 4, l-36th of total cost sewer
Lot No. 5, l-36th of total cost sewer.
Lot No. o, l-36th of total cost sewer.
Lot No. 7, l-38th of total cost sewer.
Lot No. 8, l-36th of total cost sewer.
Lot No. 9. l-36th of total cost sewer.
Lot No. 10, l-36th of total cost sewer. .
Lot No. 11, l-36th of total cost sewer. .
Lot No. 12, l-36th of total cost sewer.
In block "U in Avery s Addition to said
cost sewcr.
Lot No. 4, l-3Gth of total cost sewer.
Lot No. 5, l-36th of total cost sewer.
Let No. 6, l-36th of total cost sewer.
Lot No. 7, l-36th of total co?t sewer.
Lot No. 8, l-36ih of total cost s?wer.
Let No. 9. l-36th of total cost sewsr.
Lrt No. 10, l-36th of total cost sewer.
Let No. 11, l-36th of total cost spwer
TJrt No. j.2. l-36th of total cost sewer.
In Block 7. Dixon's Second Addition to the
City of Corvallis. -
Lot No. 1, l-36th of- total cos'; sewer.
Lot No. 2, l-3flth of trtp.l cost sower.
Let No. 3, 1-P6th of total cor.t sewer.
Lot No. 4, l-36th of total cost sewer.
Lot No. 5, l-36th of total cost sower
Let No. ft l-3fith of total coit sswer.
T.nt No. 7. l-36th of total cost sewer.
Lot No. 8. (South 1-2), l-72nd. of total
-o'-t sewer.
Lot No. 8. f North 1-2), l-72r;d cf i.tal
ot sewer.
Lot No. 9. l-"6th of totnl cost sewer.
Lot No. 10, x-3eth of total cost sewer.
Lot No. 11, l-36th of total cost sewer.
Lot No. 12, l-36th of total cost sewer.
i'jt. rci during tho awful earth
q lake and subsequent fire. Di-
r-'CUy arcer tne nre lii; u.ayoi
mide a trip to Europe, but im
mdiitely he set foot on the soil
of California on his return he
was placpfl under arrest. This
is one of the matters which re
quire Mr. Heney's presence in
the stricken city.
Abe Ruef, for nany years the
greatest boss and master mind
of San Francisco machine poli
tics, is also in the same kettle
with the mayor and he furnish
er "Cause No. 2" for Mr.
Heney's remaining at home, and
there are other causes. Calif
ornia has her grafters as well as
Oregon.
be classed as a virtue, then God
help the Jap.
itor Monday
Henry Starr has been sawing
wood for Mr. Ireland.'
nf (his notice the owner of any property as-
ertained and determined to te beneiutea i
y such sewer may file objections to the
ndiners and determinations of said Vi?wers.
nd the same will be considered at the next
FARMERS' SHORT C8URSZ.
Ead Symptoms.
Tha -woman who has periodical head1
a-ches. backache, sees imaginary dark
t-rmts or Rnr-K-s flo.-ithiir or dancine before
aer eyes, uaenawing insurers ui uev .
full feelins Ui itomach. faint spells, drasr-
einff-downtaelir.cr in lower abdominal or
About XS dairvtnen, farmers pelvic region, easily starued or excited,
,i -u f -11 n,ne nf fir,. Irregur or paimui pcriouss w. tu ur
Attended by Many Farmers Be
gan Tuesday.
certained and determined to be benefitted by
such sewer may tile objections to tne nnttmga
and determinations of said Viewers, and
he same will be considered at tne next regu
lar meetinsr of the Council following tn
n,0Hn, nf th flmril fnllowiuf thj ""'"lOn CI Sam PUUU IU. UUUB
. .. ; will !. Tpt- '
rne aaie 01 miai uuuiii-iiuuu ui iuia uwutc t . ,r
. . . . nr- 1 I J ; 1 I ' I I lll 1. 1 ' L. 1 . - ' -
will De January ixtn, is'ii. T poj.ij YATES
J. FKEU I A lio,
Police Judge of City of Corvallis,
TALK MUCH NONSENSE.
The action of the San "Fran
cisco school board in excluding
from the public schools childrin
of Japanese residents has cer
tainly attracted all the attention
that could have been expected.
In many respects we are a ma
ture, deliberate people, but in
some ways we deserve the term
aoplied to us by the peoples cf
other nations, that of "Jingoes.'
Ic is a nutter of more than
usual moment that a class of
people so kvel-headed in some
c vses can x? off on a tangent on
s.i c;lirht provocation as the Yan
kee will, sometimes.
lio far as the rights of our own
citizens, or of these of Japan
are concerned, there is no indica
tion that the United States gov
ernment intends any acton
whin shall harm the people of
er.her nation. Beyond doubt
San Franc isio was feeling pretty
sni irt when she undertook the
settlement of a problem which
clearly is an Lactational one.
On the o:her hand. President
Roosevelt probably used stronger
terms than were necessary when
he gave the Calif ornians to un
derstand that the provisions of
our treaty with Japon should not
be violated.
While .it is to be regretted
that his terms were not so couch
ed ay not to have offended the
thin-skinned and blue-blooded of
our people, nevertheless it is
clear that when he declared that
Japan should have her rights,
according to treaty, at any cost,
he was simply doing what was
first and last his duty. The Uni
ted States assumes a position
amon? the foremost nations of
earth and cannot afford to dis
honor herself and her citizens by
permitting a violation of her
treaty.
As is customary with a lot of
"croakers" resolutions are being
; passed with great rapidity for
won are in attendance ac me
short course that began at OAC
Tuesday and will continue for
two weeks, closing on the 18th
These farmers have come from
Coos, Union, Klamath, Tilla
mook. Morrow and elsewhere to
take advantage of this excellem
opportunity for advancement and
self-improvement along the lines
in which they are engaged
The courses this year are on
dairying and agriculture, and be
sides a course of popular lectures.
there will be laboratory work and
out nHvic catasru, is suttering .ircra
weaknesses ancVuerangements tnat snouiu
have early attention. lot an 01 aDove
syraptoiS? an likely to be present in any
case at one i me.
Negloctoa or Daciy treated ana sucu
casesoi&sn run miuniaiuu)un.uuo-
man tie surgeon s Knue u mey uo no
resufiatally. ,
No med'cinfl pxtar.T, nas-Sticn a. icmg
ml numerous .rewcriof r'ir--5 m sucn
hcs as Ur. lJierce's7feWii,eljESiSIS:
tiin iNo modicine
ias such
a strong
rofessioiiaLJinv;T.i"riii, 9l ni-iJ
sfvprnl in 'Vf!!'' r Iiiar a"'
Trinvfrr'f ,nrHi"a"v nnp-.yrftfessioniiLi,cs-
Gaohia Os. The . very best ingredients
kiK.'.vn m medical science for tac cure of
woman's peculiar ailments, enter into its
composition. No alcohol;' harmful, or
hflhit.-forminsr drus is to be found ia the
list of its ingredients printed on each
hottle-wranner and attested under oath.
In any condition, of the female system,
T.r Pierce' s Favorite PrcscriDtion can do
evervthlBe 15 explained IUlly, so only good never harm, its whole etrc-ct
as to obtain the best results and J the Whole0fema'lo system and especially
m oil rwihn attnrl a nraftical the pelvic organs. VWien tnese are ae-
" "v:: " " 7 . mnifed in function or afiectcd by disease
inta or the dirterent SUMeCt thost.nr.ia.ch and other onrans of dicestior
touched udoh become sympathetically deranged .the
tOULUCU UUUU. I T.r.r.rr.H a ro wn.l..-pnf.f nnfl a. (l'l' list, of
Clrnrlf nts mppt for work SIX I hnrl. umileasant svmntoms follow. Too
, . . j .jj;;n I much must not be expected of tnis "Fa-
dVSin the weeK and in addltlOU vorito prescription." It will not perform
. wnnhr tpachina tnrrp tne I miraclesi will rot cue Lumors no sneu
services of an expert cheese
maker, L. B Ziemer graduate of
the Wisconsin dairy school, have
been secured. The short course
opened Tuesday morning and the
program for the week in full is as
follows:
TUESDAY, JAXI ARY S, 1937 F0RES03N
Bacterial Diseases of Dimjstic Ani
nials. Prof. E. F. Permit; Orc!"ard Loca
tions. Prof. C. I LsfU; Vii )tiirt j i
deuinc; Lo.atioa and Preparation of
Sail; Prof. George Coote
AFTERNOOX
The Soil, Dr. James Withycorobe;
Chemical Elements, Prof. A. L. Kniso
lv: lusectsaaJ Fan'i; Wha: are they?
Prof. A. B. Cordley.
WEDXESDAT, JANUARY 9 FORENOON
Bacterial Diseases of Djmesiio Ani
in Us, Prof. Pernot; Orchard Manage
inert. Prof. Lewis; Vegetable Gardening
--Varieties for Winter Production, Prof
Coo'.e.
AFTERNOON
Fora: Plants, Dr. Withy combe ; Pro
oertiesof Chemical Elements, Prof
Knisely ; The Relation of Insects to Our
Welfare, Prof. Cordley.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 10 FORENOOS
Bacterial Diseases of Poultry, Prof
Pernot; Orchard Management, Prof.
Lewis; Couetructios of Lawns, Prof.
Coate.
AFTERNOON
icinewiil. li 'wiil oiten prevent them, n
taken in time, and thus the operating
table and the surgeon's knife may be
avoided.
Women suffering from diseases of long
Standing, are invited to consult Doctor
Pierce by letter, .free All correspondence
is hold as strictly private and sacredly
confidential. Address ur. it. v. .fierce.
RnfTaio. N. Y.
Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser (1000 pages;
is S2nt free on receipt of 21 one-cent
st.amns for naner-covered. or 31 stamp;
for cloth-bound copy. Address as above.
Lot No. 1. l-36tli of total cost sewer.
Lot No 2, l-3fith of total cost sewer.
Lot No. 3, l-36th cf total cost sewer.
Lot No. 4, l-36t'n of total cost sewer.
Lot No. 5, l-3fith of total cost sewar
Lot No. 6. l-36th of total cost sawer.
Lot No. 7, l-36th of total cost sewer.
Lot No. 8, l-:fith of total cost sewer.
Let No. 9. 1-S6'h of total cost era.
Lot No. 10, l-3tith cf total cost sew.tv
Let No. 11, l-CStb of total cost sewe
Lot No. 12. -?.6th cf total cost sewer.
In block No. 13, original town of Mar7S-
ville, now City of Ccrvalli.
Lot No. 1, l-".(5tli of total cost sewer.
Lot No. 2, 3-3Glh of total cost sswer.
Lot No. 3. l-"5 h cf total cost sewei.
Lot No. 4, l-SGl'i of total cost sewer
Let No. 5, 1-SStb. cf total cost sower.
Lot No. fi. I-- rf tntil o-t 5--nr.
Let No! l-36th of total cost sewer.
Lot No. 8, l-;-:6th cf total cost sewer.
Lot No. 9; l-3Gth of total cost sewer.
Lot No. 10, l-3Gth of total cost sewer.
Let No. 11. l-3th of total cost sew?r.
T.nt No. 12. l-36th of total cost sewer.
Within ten days from the final publication
HOMES FOR SALE.
WILL BELL LOTS IN CORVALLIS,
Oregon, on instalment plan and as
eist poirhasers to build hon.es on them
if desired. Address First National
Banh. Onrvallia, Or. '
vVULSKLLMY LOT& IN NEA PORT,
Jr.,'- lor . wpvt cash, ba atice inoiaU
ljenlf, nnd.lieip parties to build hoaiea
'lheei-ij, iS dfKirer! Address AI. S.
Vccd o k. C -vailif, O
"ete r " n a c5 S y r a e o
r"-.',"" " l A.iC'nt; of this notice tha owner ot any proP3rty as-
of tho f.ml publication of ti:
11th. I VY.
Police Judge cf City of Cor-j
Notice of Stockholders' Meeting.
SE17ER NOTICE.
vnTTOl? TQ TJT?.T!TilP.V RIVEN, that t,M
iewers aoDOinted by ordinance No. 213 cf
The annual meeting of the storkhold- .he City of Corvallis to view the sewer or-
ersofthe First Natio al Bank of Co- val- iiev in block "F." Averj's
dditicn to the City of Corvallis in aa, i.u r
-1 1 1 1 it . . u . . : kni,:H.. u. . .-. -r I a
IS, Will 1)8 neiil at liitrir iwuMut; nuinr v... - . f
' rn a j. 1 o 1 County, Oregon, seventy-five feet sou 1 01
n t.lio nftprnnnn. nn Tnpsaav. tlie 2Vn fu ortv i;nrx nn tha south siqg of A
iirctors and transact such other busi
ness as may come before them.
Dated December 23th, 19.16. M. S.
WToodx.oc.k, Prer-fdent of said Bank. 5-11
Carrie Nation.
tf. t. bi. -J AClovi.V, ''tLli-fe-I All
aTirn(.n n' deiiti.' Eesic en. c - -t
Frimh ti . t. Ptoae c9. C ' e
TCI! i'!ni 1 t " pt;one LO-l
-r al".
YSICIANS
afldbj;?eon. KoomB 14, Bank Build
ing. 0ce Honrs : 10 to 12 a. 111 , 2 to
ip, m. Residence: coir. 5th and Ad
ams Sta. Telephone at office and res
idence. Corvallis. Oregon.
House Decorating.
FOR PAINTING AND PAPERING SEE
VV. E. PhuI, li.ct. 48o s ltf
MARBLE SHOP.
.VIAKBLE AND GRANITE MONU-
inentH ; cr.rl)iu made to order ; clean
ing and repHriug done neatly: save
auem'o cciuiiii jcifion . Shop North
Main St .Frank Vaunooseu, Prop, 9JH
Pprtninlv smashed a bole in tho bar
rnnma of Kansas, wt Bailar l a llore-
honnd Syrnp l.aa smashed.il records as .aid City of Corves, and that e property
h enre for con a ha, Urom hitis, lutinenza.
tnd al Pulmonary diseases. T. C H
Horton. Kansas, writes
found a medmne that would cure ft
eonsrh so qnitklv as Ballard's Hori'honnn
vrnt). I hnvnsPdit tcr years. aohi
by Graham & Wnrtham.
Notice To Creditors.
Xotice is hprebv !riv(n to all whom it may con
cern thst the unoeiigned has been duly appoiuleu
'idministnttrix of tho estate ot u. a. l-ee, an-ieaswi,
nv the Connt Oouit of Banton county. O.ejron.
11 persons havinjf claims aiciinst the e-itate of said
n H i.bb dweiwd. are herebr renuivert to present
.me. with proper vouchers the et'ore, dulyverifi'd
is l:y law lequi'reri. within six m-Mith- from the date
:ieref, to the undersigned at her resilience jn ior
allis. (tresrin. r at the oIF.uj of Mi'Fa.lden & Urv-
m, attorneys, iu the Pcstotiice Building-, Corvallis.
iresf,,n
ratod at Corvallis, Orcjen this 1st day of January,
I9"7' JO T V F LEF-.
Vdmiuistratrix of the Estito o; C. II Le i, deie ed
3 -it
Notice.
The law requires that anyone ownin
or harboring a do within thp torpors
limita of the City of Corvallis, shall, on
or before th- lirst day of January,
each year, pay inta the city treasury the
sum of one dolla' for each tua'e and two
dollars for each female dor so owned.
If the tax is nit paid by the time above
stated the law makes it incumbent upon
the Chief of Police to collect tise sane.
The books are now in my hiuids .and if
the tax is not paid at once I shall proceed
to collect it according to law.
5-8 W. G. Lane. Cl.i. f of Police.
Notice of Final Settlement.
The Joy.
Of living is to have good health. Use
Herbine and vou will have bushels of
joy. Yon need not be b!u, fretlulnnd
have that bid ta-te in yonr month. Try
a bottle of Herbine, a positive cure for all
liver complaints. E. rJariell, Austfn,
Texas, writes:
"I have'use.l Herbine for over a year,
and find it a tine ietju!ator. I gladlv re
commend it 1-8 a fine medicine for Dys
p:psia." Sold bv Graham & Wortham.
A'-i tne worm.
In the County Court of .he Stat? of Oregon
for Beuton Couuty.
In the Matter of the Etate
of -
James C. Taylor, deceased
Notice is hereby giveu that the undersigned
has tiled her fiual account us executrix of the
estate of James C. Taylor, deceised, with ihe
Clerk of the above entitledCourt ami that said
rnnrt fi fixed and aoDOinted Saiuiday the 9th
I .. Af L"Dhnurv iQkii- s.t ih hfiur of ten o ('lock.
Rotation of Crops. Dr. Withycombe ; J in the forenoou of said day acd the Coiiuiy
Properties of Chemical Elements. Prof. o?Jl ""0 as
Knisely : The Coding Moth, Prof. Cord- the time and place for 1 earing objections, if
jvuiaci . s 1 I any, to said account and aettlemint theieof.
ley. I All persons interested and desiring to object to
civuy.-i., '- nhw.tinns in wrltina ineretu at eaia iiuie ana
Eacteria in their Relation to Dairying, place. T 1Qn, .
uateu uua xiuu uoj w L. . . , . . .
LILLIAN L. TAYLOR,
as Executrix of the Estate of James C. Taj lor,
deceased.
Prof. Pernot; Propagation and Var
ietie6 of Ornamental Shrubs, Prof. Coote,
Propagation ot Fruits, Prof. Lewis.
Cereal Crops, Dr. Withycombe; Ele'
ments of Plant Food; Prof. Knisely;
Apple Scab and Apple Tree Anthrac-
nose, Prof. Cordley.
Beaver Creek Notes.
Special Notice.
The high water did consider
able damage to various bridgesron
Beaver Creeic. ,
All persons indebted to the estate of
C. H. Lee, deceased, are requested to call
at the office of McFadden & Bryson, post
office building, Corvallis, Oregon, and
Bettle their accounts.
Dated January 5, 19o7.
-- . ETTA F.LEE.
Administratrix estate of 0. H. Lee, de
ceased. " -
Is a saae and B-iilaHs' Snow L'ni
ment p avs a mrst, in'pnrlfli'it part. Ii
li s no siiperior for RnmutisTn, still'
joints. cnts. sprains a;d all mine. Buy
it, trv it and yon will rI -hvs use it.
nvDodv who has used Billiards Snow
Liniment is a prooi 01 rat it uoea.
Bny a t'rial bottle 25 ". oflc and $1.
Sold by Graham & Wortham.
fhs iiov if said hloek F ani me
enters of the aueys of blocks No. 7, S and
i. in the orisdnul town 01 Marysvma, jiuw
t-r Onvvnlii and aci-oss the intervoning
s;inpts to connect witn tne sewer un
v, eiia nf .Tpffersnn street in the ..aid
auut.u o.uv " . " - .
nn, onH tho nronertv alons tne lliie ji
11 be directly benefitted
thereby, to ascertain ana determine v.u.ti.
property will be directly benefitted by such
.-on-ar snri ti estimate iub uiuuua .wu.
share ol the cost thereof to be assessed to
a. rv0i nwtinrs nf such DroDerty, have
fllerl their renort with the Police Judge of
ascertained and determined by said Viewers
to be directly Denentceo Dy sam-Bcci
H10 PTrtnnt. and Dnnortion of such benefit is
"I have never as follows: . . ..
In block r , Avery s aooiiiou tu
City of Corvallis.
Lot No. 5, -S6ths of total cost sewer.
Lot No. 6, 2-86ths of total cost sewer.
Lot No. 7, 2-S5ths of total cost sewer.
Lot No. 8, 2-86ths of total cost sewer.
In block 7, original town of Marysville,
now City of Corvallis.
Lot No. 1, 2-86ths of total cost sewer.
Lot No. 2 2-86ths ot total cost sewer.
Lot No. 3, 2-86ths of total cost sewer.
Lot No. 4, 2-S6ths of total cost sewer.
Lot No. 5, 2-86ths of total cost sewer.
Lot No. 6, 2-86ths of total cost sewer.
Lot No. V, 2-86ths of total cost sewer.
Lot No. o, 2-86ths of total cost sewr.
Lot No. 9. 2-S6th:s cf total cost sewe-r.
Lot No. 10, 2-8;Uhs of total coat sewer.
Let No. 11. 2-SGths of total cost sewer.
Lot No. 12, ii-Soths o total cost sewer.
In hlork 8. original town of Marysville,
now City of Corvallis.
Lot No. 1, 2-86f.hs of total cost sewer.
Lot No. 2-Sfiths of total cost sewer.
Lot No. C, 2-8(khs cf tctal cost sewer.
T i v-n -4. S-SiiHis of total ccst sewor.
Lot No. 5. (south 1-2), 1-S5th o total
cost sewer. .
Lot No. 5, (north 1-2). l-88th of total
Lot No. , 2-SSths of total cost sei-.-er.
Lot No. V, 2-86th3 of total cost sewer.
L"t No. 8, 2-R6ths of trtal cost sewer.
Lot No. 9. 2-86ths cf total cost sewer.
Lot No 10, -86ths of total cost sewer.
Lot No. 11, 2-S6ths of total cost sewer.
Lot No. 12, 2-86ths of total cost sewer.
In block 9, original town of JIarysvile,
now City of Corvallis.
Lot No. 1, 3-83ths of tctal cost sewer.
Lot No. 2, (norU l-'i, 3-172ths of total
cost sewer. , . . ,
Lot No. 2, (south 1-2), 3-172ths of total
Lot 'No. 3, (south 1-2), 3-172ths of total
cst sewer.
Lot No. 3, (north 1-2), 3-172ths of total
cost sewer. , ,
Lot No. 4, (outh 1-2), 3-172ths of total
?ost sewer.
cost sewer.
Lot No. ('lorth 1-2), 3-172ths cf total
Lot No. 5, 3-fifiths cf total cost sewer.
Lot No. .j. f-SClns of total cost sewer.
Lot No.. 7, 2-S6t"n.s of total cost sewr.
Let No. 8. 2-Rfiths 01 total cost sewer.
Lot No. 9, 2-86ths cf total cost sewer.
Let No 10, 2-86ths of total cost sewer.
Lot No. 11, 2-86ths cf total cost sewer.
Lot No. 12. -SOtas ci total cost sewer.
Within ten days from the final publication
of this notice the owner of any property
ascertained and determined to be benefitted
by such sewer may file objections to the
findings and determinations of said Viewers,
and the same will be considered at the
next regular meeting of the Council fol
lowing the expiration of said period for
filing objections.
The date of final publication of this notice
will be January 11th, 1907.'
Dated December 21-t. 1906.
J. FRED VATES,
Police Judge City of Corvallis.
ATTORNEYS
J. F. YATES, ATTORNEY-AT LAW.
Ortice up utalrs in Zierolf Buiidintg.
Only set of abstracts in Benton County
S. R. BRYSON ATTORNEY ATLaW.
ythce in Post Office Building, Coi val
ue, Oregon.
WANTED
THAT IS THE STTJJTF
J. O. BALLARD & CO'S
ataioans kts ails maj3 of.
$3.50
Henkle S Davis
WANTED A MAN, WITHOUT STOCK
to rem a dwell ntt a'ijoinir.g Corvallis
who is a kind good workman with a
team of horses. 81-tf.
WAITED 500 SUBSCRIBERS TO THE
Gaze 11 B and Weekly Oregonian at
$2.55 per year.
WANTED Sixty tons of clean
vetch eeed, and oats in car lota
Oid cars at nearest raiiroad station.
Wanted clean Hal an and Eugiistx
Rye grass eeed, can furnish gaso
liu engine with cleaner and grind'
er to clean for farmers., For sale
youog cow, will be fres'i soon, $25;
G-year-o'd horse for sale or trade. L,
j. Erooks Phone 155 Mountain
View.
1 in. mil mm mi 1 11
BANKING.
Notice for Publication.
United States Land Office, Fortland.Ortgon, Nov
ember 23th. 1906
Notice is hereby given that in complamcj with
the provisions of the act of Conareas of June 3.
Ih78, entitled "An act for the sale of timber lands in
the States of California. Oregon, Nevada, and Wash
ington Territoiv," as extended to all the public land
states by aet of August 4, 1S92 Fred Fortmiller of
Albany, Oountv of Linn. State of Oregon, has this
dav filed in this office his sworn statement No. 7130
lor the purchase of the sw J of section No. 3o in
Township No. 10, south range No 5, west and will
otter proof to show that the land sought is more
valuable for its timber or s'one thaa f'r agricultural
purposes, and to establish his claim to said land be
fore County Clerk of Beuton Count v at his office at
Ccrvallis,Oregn, on Saturday the 16th day of Feb
ruary 19o7,
He names as witnesses: ROBERT L. GLASS of
Corvallis, Oregon: JOHN JOHNSON, of Wren.
Oregon; M. i CAMERON, of Albany, Oregon; WIL
LIAM IGO, of Wreun. Oregon.
Any and all fKsreons claiming adversely the above
inscribed lands ar- -wiuested to fie their claims
at Una office on or betore said 16th day of Febru
ary 1967. ALGERNON DKESON, Eegiiter
REAL ESTATE
IF YOU WANT TO BUY A HOUSE IN
Corvallis, or a larm near town, come
in and eee us before you buy. We have
ail kinds of properties for sale, many
of them are gcott bargain?, some.jgood
five acretraeta close ia. It don't cost
jou one cent for vis to show what we
have. C one ani see us-we may have
just what you want. McHenuy &
Fkice, CorvaliiP, Oregon. JJtt'
THE FIPS1' NATIONAL BANK OF
CorvaHis.'regon, transacts a general
conservative banking business. Loans
money on approved security Drafts
bought and told and money transferred
to the principal cities of the United
fctates, Europe and foreign countries. ,
Why Not Use Electric Lights?
Stop scratching matcneB on jour wall.
Tnose streaky match! scratches look
mighty bad on anywall. ' But as loDg as
yo:i continue to use gas or oil you've got
to use matches.
The "matchless light" is the electric
light, a simple twist of the wrist does it.
We are improving and perfecting oar
lighting service in this city and can give
better service for less money than ever
in the history of the city.
The cost of wiring has been reduced
until it is within reach of all.
If you would like to know more about
it, call on us in our new office opposite
the O. J. Blackledge furniture store or
phone as, Ind. Phone 499.
. , Willamette Valley Co.
G. A. Clark, Mgr. -