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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1900. " First Farmers' Institute. The first farmers' institute of the season under the auspices ef the Agricultural College was held at Stafford, Tuesday. Dr. James Withycombe and Profess ors Kent and Coote wero the principal speakers. Prof. Kent replied to the address of welcome and spoke on "Creameries and Oheese Factories, " while Prof. coote read a paper on "The Vegetable Garden." In discussing "Common Di S2ases of Herses" Dr. Withy citnbe stated that "90 per cent ot the diseases of horses at the present time is due to errors in; feeding. Some are under-fed, but more Commonly the trouble 19 due to over-feeding, thus pro ducing acute indigestion. Treat ment for this trouble must be largely mechanical. Watering immediately after feeding is one of the mast prolific causes of the disease. The proper way to feed is to allow the horse to firstj have good drink. It the animal is qnite warm it is not best to al low him to have all he will drink. Then give him some hay and follow with grain Exerdise daring winter is con ducive to the health of horses They should not fail to have daily exeroise. The diseases known as heaves is due to over feeding, usually on hay. Clover hay is believed by many to be productive of this disease, but the reaseu for this belief is that clover hay is very palatable, and the animal will over-eat it if giv en the opportunity. Hundreds of thousands of dollars are wast ed by Oregon farmers annually by feeding mora than the am mals require. Don't ieed wet food to a horse. In proportion as the feed is wetted the secre tion of saliva is lessened, aud di gestion is thereby im paired. If nay is very dry and dusty, a alight sprinkling is advisable, but not to such an extent as to make it wet. If a horse beoomes fleeted with heaves, feed abou. half the usual amount of hay and inorease the grain feed, thereby decreasing the bulk." Sawbuck to Supreme Court. In the month of July, 1858, a youth entered the store of Alex ander & McEwan in Corvallis, and enquired for work. Mr. McEwan, a good natured "Scot," enquired of the young man what kind of work he was seeking. The answer -was, "lam willing to do any kind of work." After sizing the applicant up (proba bly to decide whether he was a tramp or not) he said, "I have nothing for you to do, unless you will come out baok of the store and clean ap my woodshed, cut up same wood and goods boxes, and pile it all up in a neat pile." The offer was glad ly accepted and the young man went to work. It took about a half day to finish it np, and when he called his employer out to inspect it, he was so well pleased that he paid for the work, and said, "I think I can get you nother job; come with me." So they went across the street to meat markeft of Maurer & Brown son, -immediately oppositewhich now stands a handsome brick block afterwards built and now owned by this same young man. Mr. McEwan said to Mr. Maurer, "If you have any work to do bhia young man will do JOB a good job." In answer Mr. Maurer said, "I havS been tryiag for some time to get a man to make some fence posts for me up in the bottom above the mill, and build me a corral at the mouth of Mary's river ad joining my slaughter house, and if he can do that I will give him a job." The offer was accepted at once and the next morning work was commenced. This job lasted a week, at the end of which time steady employment was obtained from the same firm during the balance of the sum- mer and fall and the ensuing winter. In the spring of 1859, having laid by a little money, the young man commenced reading law with ont of the leading lawyers of the city, working at odd spells when -.ot engaged in his studies in ha: vest and at other work. By close application and hard study he was enabled to pass an exim. nation oh his application to th bar of the district in i860, and received a license to prac tice law from Hon. R. E. Strat ton, then judge of the dirtiict. For ften years be followed the practice with the usual ups and downs of a new beginner. In 1870 he was elected oounty judge of Benton county, and in 1874 he waa elected a judge of the supreme court ef the state of Oregon. Something -New. Just published bythe Southern Pacific Company is a pamphlet upon the re sources of Western Oregon, which in cludes an excellent map of the state, and contains information on climate, lands, education, etc., existing indus-t-ies Bnd their capabilities. Attention is also directed to such new fields fcr energy or capital as piomise fair return. This publication fills a need long ex perienced by Oregonians, in replying to inquiries of Eastern friends. Copies may be had of local agent of the Southern Pacific Company, or from C. H. Markham, G. P. A,, Portland, Oregon. Vermont maple syrup, 95c per ZlEROLF. gallon; bring pail. Fine Holiday Slippers for men, women and children just received at Nolan & Cailahaa'e. Ladies' Purses and Pocket Books in many different styles at E P Greffoz's The Leading Jeweler. Holiday presents for men, women and children, all worth 100 ccntfl on the dollar the day after Christ mas, at Nolan & Callahan's. You are. cordially invited to call and examine asy stock of Silver ware and Sterling Novelties. It is largest and most complete in the city, E P Greffoz The Leading Jeweler. , Latest novelties ware at Zierolf's. in fancy glaBS Bargains in lamps at Zierolf's. A full lfRe of the calebrated 1847 Roger Bros.' silverware at E P Greffoz's The Leading Jeweler. A nice present for old folks is pair of spectacles or eye-glasses; . large variety to ehose from at E Greffoz's The Leading Jeweler. Extia bargains in oil paintings a Bamhart s. Paintings relate to scenes of every description and are offered very cheap. Call and in spect them. Home ground buckwheat at Zie rolf's. For Rent. Will rent 200 acres of land west of Monroe and take part payment of rent in work and improvements on the place. Address M. S. Woodcock, Administrator, Corvallis, Oregon. Primes at Retail. Fine lot of first-class prunes at retail at the following prices: Italians, 6c per pound; Silver pruner, prunes, 3Jc. For tale by Petite D. C. Kose. Music Lessons. Lessons given on the piano and organ in a manner .that trains the ear, mind and hands and saves years of needless drudgery. M. A. Goodnqugh. Pianos and Organs for Sole. Call at residence in Wilkins Addition and see samples of bigh grade pianos and organs just unboxed. Can give bar gains on goods of the highest merit as they are shipped direct from the faetory llius saving middle men's profits and giving the benefit of this economy to patrons. All invited to inspect goods. MoBDAUirr A. Goodnough. Latest Music. Under this bead will be found the latest popular music. Kept constantly on hand by I. R. Daniel at the Book Store: Vocai'A Bird in a Gilded Cage," "I Never Liked a Nigger With a Beard.'' "I Love Thee, Columbia,'' by Tobani. Instrumental '"Hearts are Trumps," a Two-step Msrcn ; "Miss joiiuy; ' "Chewin' the Rag,'' a Rag-time March. "Moments Musical," by Kretchmer; "Valse" by Margie; "Hearts and Flow ers, tor violin and plana, by TODam. Poultry wanted. I vi ill pay in cash for all kinds of live poultry the highest market price. J. H. Mattlev, Residence west of S P depot, Corvallis. a a. P Complete External and Internal Treatment for livery Humor. Consisting of Cuticura fOAP (ffic.), to ' ileahsc fflo" skin of crust? u, socles, and soften the thickened euticl'.', Ju ricuaA Oint ment (50c.), to instantly allay Itching, irrita tion, and inflammation, and soothe and heal, and Cutjcuka Resolvent' (50c), to cool and cleanse the blcod. A slnglo set Is often '- 1lc:ent to cure the most torturing, disilsf: . ; sSln, scalp, and blood humors, rashes, i.:;hings, and irrita tions, with loss ot hair, v. heu the best physi cians and all other remedies fall. 8oldthrouehoutthe world. Vottbe Druo and Chsu CoBP.,So:e Props., Boston. Howto Cure Uuraorsfiee- FALLING HAIR "'cSSSSBS!1 by Arrived thi week at Nolan & Callahan's New Outing Funnel and Flannelettes, Dress Goods Fur Trimmings, Rainy-day Skirts, '.Col ored Sateens, Ladies', Misses' j and Children's Union Suite, Satinsjand Velvets. ti first wmm Of Corvallis, Oreg Does a general and conservative banltmg business. IE- Jl- BRYSOIT, ATTORNEY - AT - LAW Corvallis, Ore?dn. Office in Zierolf bnlnliug. DR. JAS. A. HARPER DENTIST Office In Wbiteharn Klork GorvsMis, Oregon "THE RESORT" THOS. WHITfinORS, Prop. W. IT. McfBrayer and Old Crow Wbis kvs. 1-1 mt Titles. Liquors anil Cigar. J3. H. NEWTH PhytJcicm 4" Surgeon VHJLOMATH, OREGON. Notary Titles. Conveyancing; JOS. H. WILSON. - ATTORNEY-AT-I,A.W. Practice in. 'all State and.Federal "Court, ffice wFir6t National Bank Building. A. GATHEY, M, D. Physician $ Surgeon ooms 14 in Bask Baildlng. t Bice Hours ! 10 to 12 a. m, 3to 4 p.m. iB6idenoe: Corner College anti 8tb 8ts. iTeleplione at office and rssWere. A CorvaJliS, - Ore; E. H. TAYL DENTIST. Dmtistry of every description done in first class manner, and satisfaction guar anteed. OBflWK AND BRIDGE WCHK A SPC6FILTY Office Orer SHeroiVa grocery store, opposite the post olSce, Corvallis. Oregon. Southern California. Notable amOHg the pleasures afforded A D by the Shasta Route is the winter trip toSZfZXXJZ Z, aX:"mun, Southern California and Arizona. Rtf- newed acqdointaneo with this section wilt ever develop fresh points of interest and addsd industries, in its proline vege tatiou and among its numberless resorts of mountain, shore, valley and plain. The two dally Shasta trains from Port land to California hare been recently equipped with the most approved pat tern of standard and tourist sleeping cars, bat the low rates of fare will still continue in crToot. Illustrated guides to the wintewesorts of California and Arizona may be had on application to C. H. Markham, G. P. A., Portland, Oregon. Notice for Publication. Uxitkd States Land Office, Oregon City, Oregon, Dec. 10, 1B80. Notice is hereby given that in compliance with the provisions of an act of Cencress ef J un 3, 1S78, en titled "An act for the sale of timber lands in the States of California. Oregon, Ne vada, and Washing ton Territory, as extended to all the Public Land States by act of August 4, 1802, CHARLES D. TICK, Of Fall City, eounty of Follr, State of Oregon, has this day filed in this office his sworn statement No. 5S33. for the purchase of the N. J N. W. 1-4, N. J- N. IS. 1-4 ot section No. si, in Township No. 12 , Range No, 7 W.. and w-11 offer proof to show that the land sought is irorc valuable, for its timber or stone than for agricultural purposes, and to estab lish his claim to said land before the Regftter and Receiver of this office at Oregon' City, Oregon, on Friday, the 8th day of March, 1901. He names as witnesses: Miohael Flynu, Freeman Robinson, Peter Miller and Alvin Robinson, all of Falls City, Oregon. Any and all persons claiming adversely the . above described lands are requested to 'file their eiaims m this office on or before said 8th day of March J901. C IAS. B. HC-0RE3, Register, When you make your family or your friends Christmas gifts of furniture you confer on them a We would ask you to give this thought your consideration. From our large stock of new and elegant to only a few of the articles most suitable for gifts of the season. , Ladies' Writing Desks Nothing more suitable for a holiday gift. In oak, $5.-75, up. In light maple, shellac finish, $4. 75. Combination Writing Desks And Book Cases These cases are elegant pieces of furniture and are as useful as ornamental. In beautiful oak, with French Plate mir rors and glass doors; $14, up. Smaller sizes, oak finish, 7.00, up. Music Rack for Sheet Music A most convenient case of shelve for sheet music, some thing necessary for the proper care of music. They will delight any pianist and ornament any parlor. We have them in beautiful polished mahogany, from $8, up. BEDROOM SUITS 3 pieces io ashj $5.00. LARGE KITCHEN IN WHITE ENAMELED $3.50, Up. We can CORVALLIS, Notice for Publication. U. ft Lass Officr Oregon City, Orkoos, Nov; 19, 1900, Notice is hereby given that in compliance with the provWions of the 'act of Cangree3 of June 3, 1S78, entitled "An act for the ea'e of timber lands in tho State oi California, Oregon, Nevada, and Wasbine ton Territory," as extended to all the Public Land States by act of August 4, 1492, .- BRIDGET FLYNN, Of Fall City, county of Poik, State of Oregon, has this dav. filed in this office her sworn statement No. 6324,.for the purchase of lov , S. , N. W. U and N. K. i, S. W. of Section No. In Township No. i3 S llauge Ko. 7 West, and will offer proof to show that the land sought is more valuable for its timber or stone than for agricultural purposes, and to establish her eliim to saii land before the Kegistel and Re ceiver of tills office at Oregon City, Oregon, on Thursday, tbe lith.day oi February. 1001. She names as witnesses: Freeman W. Robinsou, Lettie If. Robinson, Michael ilynn a:id Albeit N. Robin son, all oi Fall City, Oregon. Auv and all persons claiming adversely the abovc descrited lands are requested to file their claims in this office on or before said 14th day of Feb., 1901. OHAS. B. MOORKS. efS"!-. Register. Referee's Sale. Notice is hereby civen that in pur&uJhrti to a de cree and order of sala heretofore made and entered by the circuit court oi' jtfte state of Oregon, for the county of Denton, on the 9th clay of November A. D. 1600, in 9 suit in equity for a partition of real property wherein J. H. Gibson and Edith Gibson werii plaintiffs, aud MayM. Gibson and Ho mer Gib son .i minor, .were defendants, in which suit it was ordtaod, adjudged and decreed that the follow- y iiescritwa real property, to-wit: ' irfts one, two, tifr. e. four. six, seven, eignl, nine ana ten and Lots one. two, three, four, Hn Hock N& ft ve six nine, ten, eleven ana twelve m' j e above described premises Wefis. Benton county, state situat thcsouth half of the following de Bfgii.ii.ng' ? 60 chains north of ion corner m tne center ot section an-je 4 west of the WiiL Mer. ins, thence west 18.57 chains ;s west 16. 9 chains, thenct D the place of beginning-, contain - .-a:t iW.oU acres, in Benson county. Aiso, alt of the following' de t-wit: A part of claim No Co ihedatt follows; Beginning at the f .liwptth hninhprldtn's 1 ) mat inn HwasBip 30 south Tinge 4 west of ier.te north 33.25 chains toabitr 77 chains to a slake 'SO feet t the railroad track, thence ..:.i) chains, thtnee wont 2 .leen hams. south 12. GO chains, thence the place of beirinninir, con L.f4 eh: t.w ,1 Mi.'M sulate in Polk county, Oregon. Al-'t:. &1 fel ig described premises, to-wit: H:-.r.i.,nk M.4 lams east of the northwest cor- ne of A. 'ion wnship 10 south range 4 wct-t of thq W.nT .V, 13. '0 . hums m:e ciiat 8.57 chains, tnence south nee west 7 degrees soutn 8.02 chain.- ; o a stai 0 feet east ox the center of the sues north '2 'degrees east 14.00 railr.-p.J trAck, chains ti ths pi a of beoinnltuE. eontaiumg 11.45 acres, sr.uate t'olk coanty, Oregon, be sold by me, the 'inuigncd, a referee appointed by said court, in the wanner prescribed bylaw for the sale of real propo. tv under ec-trcn; I, Punderson Avery, a referee apponted bv taid circuit court, in the above entitled isnit U, sell said leal property, will j on Monday, tht 7th dy of Januarj', 1001, at the 1 door of the c. un.v ouit house in Corj-allis, Benton wuml, wit !UU,-SCll.:iI- p:U"B ttuttmw v..c ... u- est bidder t..r wb ia hand, al! of the real property above depcrihed andll th&right, title and interest of the above named flhimiffs and defendants there in. Said sate.to be nlSe subject to the confirmation ef said court. Dated December C, 1(100. l'UNERSON AVERY, Referee. Nolle of Final Settlement. Notice is hereby given that tba undersigned as administrator of the estate oj Susan Gibson, de ceased, has filed his final acceuut in said estate in the county court of the state of Oregon, for Benton county, and Monday, the 7'.h day of January, 1001, at the hour cf 2 p in. of said day, at the eounty ceurt room in the court house in Corvallis, Benton county, Oregon, is the time and place set for hear ing objections, if any, to said final account aud the settlement thereof. Dated this 6th day of December, 1S00. R. E. GIBSON', k Adm'r of the Ft tate Susan Gibson, Dec'd. Notice t Guardian's Estate. Sale of Real Notice is hereby trlTcu that bv virtue of aB order of tale and license from th county court ef Clackamas- county, state ot Orego.n, made and issued at' the December term thereof, to-rwit: on the 3rd day of Dec, 1900, lieepMsgjoe to sell certain real estate, I will on Saturday, tfe 20tb dav of January. 1981, atthehourof one o'elooklp. m. of said day, at the court house door in the city of Corvallis, in Benton county, Oregon, s M at fmblic auctioa.to the .high est bidder, the following described real nro.Bertv.to- wit: Lot No-S-.tri Block JCo 7 in nixon's Adnifaon to the city of Coreallisy ia Benton county, state of Oregon, said real property hereinbefore described being the property of Geo.- F. Cook, Thomas O. Cook and Hazel Cook, mipors who are under the. guardianship of the undersigned. I)ate4.Deceiubef:21, 1900. - -. . iiiKsnt-cooK. - Guardian of Said Miuors. Try this Office for Job-Work. j ne . HBaaMB Itt scr, bet LSBBBb i Tan 1 Clainn 1 . wesx siotb j 1"9.2S 1 CHRISTMAS does without home. does not i urn is FURNITURE makes the best Xmas gifts that can be bought. golden oak finish, $13, up. DINING TABLES Solid j oak, SAFES 4 doors and 2 drawers, $6.00, smaller size, 2 doors and furnish a home throughout in New or Second-Hand Goods. J. D MANN The Housefurnishers Executrix' WotJe to Creditors. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has b'enduly comfirnied and appoiuted sole executrix of the last will and testament of L. G. Kline, deceased, by the County Court of the State of Oregon for Benton county for probate. AH persons having claims against said estate are requ'red to present ths same, duly verified, to me at rav residence in Cnral lis, Oregon, or at the law- office t f K. tlolgate in Corvallis, Oregon, within six months from the date of the first publication of this notice. Bated at Corvallis, Or. this 2nd day of Nov., 1900. , Paulxxa Kline, Executrix. Administrator's IXotice. Notice is hereby given that the .undersigned has been appointed administrator of the estates of Ban som A. Belknap and llahala Belknap, deceased, and all creditors of sy id estates are required to present their c!aini3 as per law requiiod, stith proper vouch ers, to said undersigned at his residence near Mon roe, Benton county, within six months from this date. Corvallis, Or., October 31, 1&00. tf. C. LslkxaP, Adm. Estates of Ransom A. Belknap and Mabala Belknap, deceased. AUtnl' .trator's Notice. Notice ia hereb -iven "that the uiOe-rs'gi'cd has bocn appointed administrator of the estate of Arthur Johnson, deceased, end nil credi tors of said estate are required to p'eseat their claims duly verified as by hVw required, with the proper vouch er, to said undersigned at his residence near Wells, Benton county, or to Yates, Yates & Gibson at tbelr offices, Corvallis, Oicgon, within tin months from this date. Corvallis, Or., October 11, 16P0. JOHN D. HARRIS, AdraV Estate Arthur Johnson, Dec'd Notice for Pttblication. UsifED State Lato Orncis, Oregon City, Oregon, Nov. 19, 1900. Notice is hereby given that in compliance with the provisions of the act of Congress of June 3rd, 1S7S, entitled "An act for the tale of timber lands in the states of California, Oregon, Nevada, and Wash ington Territory," as extended to all tho Public Land States by act of August 4, 1898, LETTIE II. ROBINSON, Of Fall City, county of folk. State of Oregon, has tUs day filedin this office her sworn statement No. 5343, for the purchase of the N. E. quarter of Sec tion 14 in Township No. 13 S , Range No. 7 West, and will offer roof to show that the land sought is more valuable .ir its timber or stone th l for agri cultural purp s, r-id to cstabti: iher t nimto said land before tli IU ter and Rect iver of t!i' office at Oregon City, eg '. on. Thursday, the 14tb day of Februarv, 1901. feiie names of witnesses: Michael Flynn, Freeman W. Robinson, Bridget Flynn and Albert N. Robinson, all of Fall City. Oregon, Any and all persons claiming adversely the above described lands are requested to file their claims in this office on or before said 14th day of February, 1901. v CHAS. B. MOORES, Register. - ' Estray. A small bay pony, with white stripe on face, and left hind foot white; mane nnd tail cropped, has been at my place fcr some time. Owner may have same by claiming property and paying for this notice. M. O. Hart. Corvallis, Or., Dec. 7, 1900. Notice for Pttblication. Lakd Officr atOreoos Citv, Okeoos, December 15, 1900. Vnti.... lo herehv riven that the followlug-nanied settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof io 8uport of ' his claim, and that said proof will be made before the County Clerk of Be nton County, at Corvallis, Oregon, on eDruiry 4tn, 1901, viz: IRVING K. GLEASON, Father of Parson C. Gleason, deceased, H. E. Ko. 11,050 for the NEi Section 20, S 1J b, K 0W. the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land. Viz.: T A Lemasler'aud W H. Parish, of Ilia- rale, Cenjcmiu F. Ireland and Geo w Armstrong, oi Feni, Oregon. CHAS. B. MOOKES, Register. TO HOMESEEKERS. If you are looliiDg for bargains in Stuck, Grain and Fruit Farms . I have them , Come and see me or write fori my list. HENRY AM C1VEH, Eeal Kstafe Agent, Philomath, Benton County, Oregon. BoxSs. ' - " - Subsctile fur this paper. not mean much mean much without Ladies' Dressing Tables A article most welcome in any lady's apartments. We have them in polishe4 oak, with serpentine top, hinged French Plate mirrors; would make your wife a superb gift, $13. Center Tables .5 In polished maple, oak and ash from $1 to $10. We have some fine tables in this line that will gain your approval. Large Art Squfrrs e From 6 feet by 4 feet up, all wool, at 75 cents per square yard. Charming effects cau be mad by using these squares in small or large! rooms. Do not think fo a minute that these splendid bargains are all we have to offer. If you can come to our store, we will take pleasure in showing- you (K CO YEARLY to Christian ; man or vvoaaa to look a after our growisa bntinesa in this tj and adjoining Counties; t act as W Manisger and Correspondent, wotk jj cati ho done at homo. Enclose se:f-addressed, stamped onvelope ti. for particulars to H. A. Slit -man, W General Manager, Corceran litiil.i- ing, opposite United Stales Tiexs- nry, Washington, D. V. Cheese. Those desiring Jersey Creamery Clu ese will drop a postal in the postoffics ail dressing "Jersey Creamery, Corvallis, Oregon," stating the number of poundn of cheese wanted and the same will be delivered to your door any plate in Cor vallis ;or surrounding suburbs, and will .be Shipped to those at a distance. Most of the chfepseon the market is so highly adulterated with foreign coloring matter as to produce a deep yelidw color. This is free from all foreign matter, made of pure milk from fine cows, fed on the best and most wholesome food monev can buy. The cows are kept in well ventilated and thoroughly cleaned stables. Each cheese is warranted. Pa tronize home industry Address Jersey Creamery. Corvallis, Oregon. SOUTH and EAST VIA Southern Paoific Csispanv. THE SHASTA ROUTE Trains leaye Corvallis for Portland and way stations at 1:0 p. m. L,v Portland 8 :30 a m Ly Albany 12:30 p in Ar Ashland -12 ;83 a m Ar Sacramento 5 .00 p m Ar San Francisco- 7 :48 p m Ar Ogdsn 5 :4& p m Ar jDinver -0:00 a n: Ar Ktintas City---7:25 II m Ar Chicago-------? :55 a m S :30 p m JOdK) p m 1 1 :.) a ra 4 :S5 a m 9.SV a io 11 :45 a m 0 :00 a n 7 :S5 a m 9:39a m Ar Xj&b Angeles---! :20 pm Arfil Paso -6:M p m Ar Fort W5rth- 6.'3 a m 7:00 am 6:0flp W 6:90 am 9:Kan 4 :00 R m 0:43 a m 18i4S p to Ar City of Mexico 9:55 a m Ar Hiroston 4:09 a m Ar 5Tew Orleans. - 6 :28 a m Ar WfUhiOfjlOfi 6:42 a m At New York 12:43 p m PULLMAN AND TOURIST CARS on both trains. Ghair oars Sacramento to Ojrden and El Paao, and Tourist cars to Onidegb, St Louis, New Orleans and Washington. Connecting at San Francisco with, sev eral steamship lir,ea for Honolulu, J ft pan, Ohina, Philippines Central and South America.-' - - See F. E. FARMER, agent a Corvallis station, or address C. H. MARKfIAM,G. P. A.. Portland, Or. NOTICE. Persons desiring to locate on limber eiaims tributary io the C. & E. R. R. wcnld do well ta all on or correspond with the nndersigr.ed Theraisantfm ber ol nrst-claes tunbeif claims to betaken up tmdrr the timber or homestead acts. ' W. L. CLARK, Getf a, Mano'i Ca.. Or. Loe; or. lasting and substantial pleasure. furniture we call your attention extension, 6-foot, $7.50; same in 2 drawers, $3.75. IR.ON BEDS, OREGON. Notice for Publication. CirrniD Statps Laicd Orrtci?, .Oregon City, Orejron. Nov, 1st, 1900. Notice 1 hereby given that in ..ui.)iHm-e with ttto rrnvik!i of the act o! Cnrgie f Jm.t 3, 18T8, entitled "An act for tLe sale of timber ihnds In the Rt:tes of California, Cicgn, Nt-vyda, and "Wash ington Territory," as extended to all the 1 ubllfl Larti Sti,t:g by uct of August 4, 18&2. CLAYTON T BLACK M A V. Of Salem, county of Muricii, sUte of dreg, n, has tltH day fljed in this off cc hi swru statement No. fc3in, for the i-urchat of the SWTJ.( of Section No. 14, in Township No. 13 Grange No. 7 West, and will offer proof to show th.tt tho land sought io 1 nice valuable for its timber or Ftone than for agricultural pun oaes, and to establi-h hie claim to said land before the register and receiver of this office at Oregon City, Oregon, on Tuesday, the 29th day January, 1901. He names as witnesses: levil!o M. Wilson. ibbert A. WiisGii, ami E V. Spei'ccr, all'f aleiii, Marion County, Oregon, an.l Hull V St elicer of Alfea, Benton County, Oregon. Any und ull eons claiming adversely tin- abut tfeserlbcd lands are requested to tile their claims in this orhee on or before said 29th day of January, 181. CHAS. B. MOOKKH. - Register For Sale or Exchange. One hundrediand e:gbteen lots, In half and whole blocks, in the oiiglnal town of Newpoit, that health ful aud beautiful summer roscrt, in Llrceln oounty, Oregon; some business lots: residence lot near the principal churches, school house, and other resi dences; also residence lots commanding beautiful views of ocean uudbay. Five fractional blocks, south of and tssar the State Agricultural College; all cetsuletely tiled, streets thrown up and graded; beautiful, convenient and healthful for residence. Large dwelling, barn aud outhouses, cenUanv located on rocniy and cotr-modious grounds. In Corvallis; will exchange for farm near Corvallis. Twenty acres highly improved, all tile drained, and In pood state of cultivation; excellent roomy buildings; about one-fourth mile from Agricultural Co liege. Large ai.d roomy house and strble and lot In Cor valiis. good residence, two bl lt iiem Ci-m floupe; high, lolling ground. , Eight nice residence lots, thoroughly tile drained, in Wilkins Addition to Corvallis, One lot and hotel, The Vincent Home, ati Front street, in Corvalli, cei:tra)lv located.' Seventy-three acres, 6 In orchard, 18 In wheat, fealauco in grubs, timber and pasture; situate west, adjoining the Odd Fellows Cemetery, near Corvallis. Will exchange the town propcrt) named for suitable farm or acreage property; or will exchange the acreage pro erty desoribed.for town property or other farms or acreage; or will sell any or all of said property on reasonable terms and time at rea sonable rates and ttvicch. H. S. WOODCOCK, Corvaiiis, Oregon. Corvallis & Eastern RaQroad, TIME CARD. 2 For Yaquioa: Train leaves Albany 12:45 p. m. ' " . Cor val lis 1:50 p. m. " arrives Yaquina 6:45 p. m.' 1 Returning: Leaves Yaquina. .. . 6:10 a.m. Leaves Co'val lis. .. . 11:80 a. rn. Arrives Albany .... 12:15 p. m. 3 For Detioit: Leaves Albany ..... . 7:00 a. Arriyes Detioit .... 11:20 i. 4 Returning: Leaves Detroit 12:10 p. Arrives Albany-.... 5:45 D. 03. m. in. Til. One and two connect at Albai.y and Corvallis with Southern Pacifio trains, giving direct service to aud from Newport and adjacent beaches. Trains for the mcun tains arrive at noon, giving ample time to reach camping grounds on the Breitenbush and Santiam rfver the same day. EnwiN Stone, H. L. Walden, Manager. T. F. & P. A. H. H. CkonisE, Agent, Corvallis. IH ey The Fixer is now rej.ared to do all kinds of 14 eycks repairing, enameling, varnishing, etc. Besidefi being a chsmpif n 'fixer' of the Willamette valley, he earries a foil line of bicycle sundries and supplies. His shop is the headqaaretrs for wheel men. Pay him a visit.