THE COBMUIS GAZETTE,
TUESDAY, M 1UH
WEN AND NOW.
The Albany Democrat, in itslthe Willamette valley
usual narrow and bigoted fashion,
is making a great ado over the
fact that the judges of the recent
inter collegiate oratorical contest
decided that Minchin was entitled
to the gold medal in that event.
It says that Sherman Wallace
was entitled to the medal, "re
gardless of plagiarism, his,
oration and delivery being head j
and shoulders above Minchin."
A few years ago a similar contest
was held at Albany in which one
A. W. Wright, of that city, was
awarded first honors, and Wallace
took second place. The public
was almost a unit in saying that
Wallace was entitled to the medal
at that time, but it memory j
serves us right, the Democrat did j
not clamor against the decision of
the judges. Commenting on the
attitude of the Albany papers the
"Considerable agitation is re
ported from Albany over the dis
covery that Elwood Minchin,
who recently won the state ora
torical contest on behalf of Pa
cific College, Newberg, had pre
pared himself for the oration on
Wendell Phillips by reading, and
that irom at least one book he
had taken ideas and even words,
While plagarism, of course, is a
crime of peculiar turpitude, the
deleated colleges that hope now
to take from young Minchin the
honor they failed to win from
mm in open contest run great
risk of making much ado about
nothing. The amount of knowl
edge possessed by a 17-year-old
boy on the subject of Wendell
Phillips, or any -of the subjects
custom imposes for collegiate
orations, cannot be extensive or
profound, and if he has found
books that helped him and used
their contents effectively, this fact
Itself is not enough to condemn
him as unworthy to wear the cov
eted honor. Surely it is not ex
pected that a youth of his tender
years will bring to history and
economics any great amount of
new thought or original investv
gation. There is very little orl
ginal thinking in this pretentious
It is just as well to be correct
in our statement of facts,
Among recent dispatcnes was
one stating that the superintend
ent of the Dubaque division of
the Chicago Great Western Rail
road Company has issued an or
der whioh prohibits the employes
of that road "from entering sa
loons or using liquor, whether on
or off duty, and the penalty far
violation of this rule is imme
diate discharge of. the offender."
Commenting editorially on this
matter, the Oregonian says: "A
railroad exacts and seoures total
abstinence in its ampleyes only
so long as they are on duty.' No
railroad company dogs its em
ployes to their homes to discover
whether they are always total
abstainers from wine or beer at
their family dinner or during
their home life."
Summer Fallow is Wrong.
During the Farmers' Institute,
which closed a two-days' session
at Sheridan last Friday night,
Dr. James Withycombe, in dis
cussing "Conservation of Soil
Fertility," said in part:
"The single-crop system not
only depletes the soil of plant
food, hut changes its mechanical
condition. The soil becomes
compacted, owing to the loss f
nnmus. Humus has two great
functions first it keeps the soil
loose, giving it warmth early in
the season, and greater Bioistiire
holding capacity later; second,, it
furnishes nitrogen, the most val
uable plant-food element. Our
soils have been robbed f humus
by the one-crop sjstem, but re
storation can be made by the
growing of leguminous crops,
which besides increasing the
amount of humus, add to tho
plant food in the soil by trans
formation ot atmospheric nitro
gen in a form ava : ible for grow
"The summer fallow is expen
sive, wasteful and entirely wrong
in principle in a humid climate
such as we have in the Willam
ette vdley. In enii-a:id re
gions it is not so bad, since there
is little loss by leaching. About
five times as much nitrogen is
liberated by the summer fallow
as the following wheat crop can
utilize, When the winter rains
come on, this excess of nitrogen
is leached out of the soil and
carried away by the streams.
The amount of nitrogen which
in this manner has gone down
the Willamette river is prebably
equal in value to the total pro
ductisn of wheat during the
time this crop has been grown in
' 'T! rOk rf til mmmai1 f1
low, the following treatment Is
recommended: Plow early in
spring, and Sow to rape early in
May, Replow and sow to wheat
early in the fall. The next Feb
ruary sow on the fall wheat red
clover to the amount of eight
pounds to the acre, with about
5 pounds ot land plaste
Allow the clover to stand two
years; then break up and sow to
fall oats or wheat. It is essential
for the best results in the pro
duction of clover to sew the
land plaster not later than the
first of April."
Prof. A. L. Kniself, chemist
at the O A C Experiment Sta
tion, has just issued a circular
bulletin concerning acid soils
of the state. ' This balletin cart ;
be obtained bv applying to
the college. The eircular
contains directions which will
enable any farmer to make ex-'
periments for himself. Among
other important items, the fol
lowing facts are set forth:
In seme sections of the coun
try crops fail without any appar
ent cause. Injurious conditions
of the soil or climate exist and
cause these failures.
It is with the idea of sifting
out one or more of these injur
ious caases or conditions that
this circular bulletin is issued.
Recent investigations have
shown that one of the most im
portant causes of the failure f
the clover crop is that the soil
has become sour or acid. Clover
will not thrive on acid soil. The
beet plant is also very sensitive
to acidity and will not thrive on
sour or acid soil, but when the
acidity ef the soil has been cor.
rected or done away with then
clover beets, etc., will thrive
The potato plant on the other
hand, seems well adapted to add
soils, and when gr&wn a saeh
soils the tubers are smoother and
of better qnality than when
grown on soils that are not sour.
The station wishes to deter
mine the extent of the acidity of
Oregon soils, and, ih earrying
out this investigation, the intel
ligent farmer can be of great as
sistance to it; in fact he can
make the tests lor acid soils on
his farm and then report the re
sults to the Experiment Station.
The Future of the Valley.
A recent visitor to the Wil
lamette valley wrote to his home
paper in Eastern Washington
that he saw no reason why the
towns and cities of the Willam
ette valley should ever be any
larger than they now are. As
they depend upon the farming
community and country is all
settled up he saw no hope for
farther growth. This was not
written in an unfriendly spirit,
but the writer failed to grasp the
situation. The value of the
agricultural production of the
Willamette valley will probably
be quadrupled within a genera
tion. Under proper develop
ment this valley with its adja
cent foothills is capable of pro
ducing in the same year more
batter, eggs and poultry than
are produced in the whole Pacific
Northwest; more wool than is
now grown in all Oregon; more
hops than the total present but
put of the United States; enough
potatoes to feed everybody in
the United States west of the
Rocky Mountains; more mohair
than the present production of
the United States, and enough
wheat to supply the home de
mands of Oregon and Washing
ton, besides avast quantity of
fruit, hay, oats, onions, garden
vegetables, etc. It will proba
bly be a long time before the
agricultural and other resources
of the Willamette valley are
fully developed, but long before
that is accomplished there will
be more than one large city in
1 a 1.1 taear su
kvA Every him of Torturing
Bisfiguriag Skin and Sca'p
Humors Cured by
Speedt Coll Treatment. Bathe the
affected parts iJOToughly with Hot Water
anil Cuticura tfCAP. Next apply CrmccitA.
Ointment, the ftat 8kin cure, and lastly take
a full dose of Wicusi Resolvent. This
treatment will afford instant, relief permit
rest and 8leeptand point to a speedy, perma
nent, and econeaical cure whenall else fails.
Sold every vhert. Price, Tub Set. 91 .a?i or. Citici-ra
Boap. 25c ; Oistit.'JIt. .Wc.: Reholvknt (half ze). 30c
Potteb Drvo Avr Chim. Cobp.. Rote lrnpc. Button
How to Curt ISczema,' Gl.pagc book. free.
the place of the small cities of
the present day. Oregon Agri
culturist. Uniformed S. P. Porters.
The Southern Pacific Co. intends,
shortly, to uniform its passenger attend
ants at the Oakland pier and San Fran
They will wear dark blue suits and
bright red cajts with a broad black band
bearing in gold letters the words, "S. P.
Co. Porter,'' so that they may be readily
distinguished. Tbeir duties will be to
assist passengers in every way possible,
directing them to proper trains, boat en
trances, etc., helping ladies and children
without escort on and off tiiiius, and
showing such attention to the traveling
public as will tend to make them a pop
ular feature in the service.
rutnain fadeless Lre leliow, is
absolutely fadeless to either sun
light, washing 'or bleaching, and
colors about twioe as much goods
as others. lOo. per package. Sold
by Graham & Wells.
No. 54 190 acres, 60 in cultivation
mostly bottom land, balance fine pas
ture and timber, gooj new barn, small
house, miles from PhHomath, price
$2,500; tbis is a fine farm
No. 8 1C5 acres, 140 in cultivation,
good 1 onse, barn, orchard and water,
All well fenced, two miles from Philo
math; one cf the Sliest farms in Oregon;
price, f30 per acre.
No. 61 80 acres, 0 in cultivation, bal
ance good pasture and timber, good out.
range, fair house, barn and other out
building?, good fruit and water; this is
a fine goat ranch, 6 miles from Philo
price $050 ; this is a snap.
No. 101 40 acres, 15 in cultivation,
gocd building, fine fruit and water, fine
bottom land ; price $650; 4 1-2 miles from
No. 103 18 acres near Corvallis, well
improved, a sightly home for $1,100.
Eeal Estate Agent,
Ph omath, Benton County, Oregon .
Notice for Publication.
Unitm States Las Ovficb,
Oregon City, Oregon. March, 4, 1991.
Notice Is hereby Ten that in compliance with the
provisions el the act of Congress ef Jane 3, 1878,
entitled "An act for the sale of timber lands in the
States of California, Oregon, Nevada, and Wash
ington Territory," as extended to all the Public
Land States by act ot August 4, 1893.
MRS. BESSIE S. FLYNN",
of Monmouth, county of Polk, state of Oregon, lias
this day Died iu this office her sworn statement Ko.
5353, for the purchase of Sof NEJ andNJofSEj
of Section No 2 in Township No 13 South. Rane-e No
i t est, anu win oner prooi to snow tnat the land
sought is more valuable for its timber or stone than
for agricultural purposes, and to establish her claim
to said land before the Register and Receiver of this
office at Oregon City, Oregon, on Wednesday, the
29th day o: May, 1901. She names as witnesses:
Michael G. Flynn. of Fall City. Polk Co., Or, Jas M.
Flynn, of Monmouth, Polk Co., Or., Samuel W.
Ewing, of Fall Citv, Polk Co., Or., John W. Hyde,
of Philomath, Benton Co., Or.
Any and ali persons claiming adversely the above
described lands are requested to file their claims in
this office on or before said 29th day of May,
1991. CHAS. B. MOORES.
For Sale or Exchange
One linndred and eighteen lots, in half and whole
blocks, in the original town of Newport, that health
ful and beautiful summer resort, in Lincoln county,
Oregon; some business lots: residence lota near the
principal churches, school house, and other resi
dences; also residence lota commanding beautiful
views of ocean and. bay. .
Five fractional blocks, south ol and near voe
State Agricultural College; all completely tiled,
street thrown up and graded; beautiful, convenient
and healthful for residence.
Large dwelling, barn and outhouses, "eentralij
located on roomy and commodious ground?, In
Corvallis; will exchange for farm near Corvallis.
Twenty acres highly improved, all tile drained,
and in good state of cultivation; excellent roomy
buildings; about one-fourth mile from Agricultural
Large and roomy house and stable'and lot in Cor
valtts, good residence, two bl ocks Horn Com
Bouse; high, rolling ground. Kic. -j.
Eight nice residenee lots, thoroughly tile drained
in Wilkins Addition to Corvallis. agJ
One lot and hotel, The Vincent House, oo Front
street, in Corvallis, oentrally located.
Seventy-three acres, 6 In orchard, 18 in wheat,
balance in grubs, timber and pasture; situate west
adjoining the odd Fellows Cemetery, near Corvallis.
Will exohange the 'town property named for
suitable farm or acreage property; or will exchange
the acreage property described, tor town property or
other farms or acreage; or will sell any or all of
aid property on reasonable terms and time at rea
sonable rates and prices.
M. S. WOODCOCK,
Anyone teaatng s sketch and description nay
qwcxly ascertain our opinion free whether aa
invention u probably patentable. Oommmfca
ttons strictly ormeaentlsJ. Handbook on Patents
BsfitAre?- V'Se,t f iot securing patents.
?otl.al!en.Eron?h MHnn Co. receive
(Metal netitt, without chartrs. In the
A haodeoBMJynimrlreted weekly. Twteet 'efe
mitum ot any eoteaonc Journal. Terra.. $8 a
h.IS?1-12tJia' L 6 bjallnewBdeaJers.
Branca Office, ffiS F Bfc, Waaington, IXC.
FORTUNES AD IN 01 STOG S.
"THE PORTAND COMPANY
Of Portland, Oregon,
Owns Sixty Acres of the Best Oil Lands in California, is Incor
porated under the Laws of Oregon; Stock is
GUARANTEED Stock at 20 centu per uliare; COMMON Stock at
10 cents jer Bhare. Company componed of responsible business men of
Portland. PAR VALUE 00 PER SHARE.
HUY NOW and take advantage of rise in nrim vhinli in aura .in
follow. Active operations have already beeun. Oil will be struck with.
in four months. Bcok of company
OrJers for stock should bo iojompanJed with draft or money order.
Many similar stocks have advanced to $10 a.,d -120 per share. No cer
tificates will be issued for less than one hundred shares.
For all further particulars arjd prospectu3, write to
L. Y. KEADY & CO.,
110 Sherlock Bldg, Portland, Oregon.
OUR CLUBBING RATES.
Subscribers to the CORVALLIS GAZETTE ran obtain the following
papers in combination subscriptions with the GAZETTE, at the very low prices
ftnted below; ca8h in advance always to accompany the order. These wishing
two or more of the publications named with the GAZETTE, will pleasn cor
respond with this office and we will quote you Ihe combination price. We can
save you money on nearly all publications you desire.
The abbreviations below are explained as follows : . W, for eekly ; S W,
for semi-weekly; T W. tri-weekly ; M, monthly ;. S M, semi-monthly.
OREGON AGRICULTURIST ANI RURAL NORTHWEST $ 50 $1 80
S M, Portland, Oregon.
OREGONIAN, W, Portland, Or l 50 2 55
RURAL SPIRIT. W. Portlnnd.Or 2 CO 2 55
Contains a correct live-stock market report.
PACIFIC CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE, W, Portland, Or 2 00 3 05
THE THRICE-A-WEEK WORLD, T W, New York 1 00 2 20
HOMESTEAD, W, Des Moines, Iowa 1 00 2 30
A thorough stock and farm journal.
THE REPUBLIC, S W, St. Louis, Mo 1 00 2 05
THE AMERICAN FARMER, M. Indianapolis, Ind 50 165
THE COSMOPOLITAN MAGAZINE. M, New York.. 1 30 2 83
and Atlas ot the World bound in cloth, 56 pages of latest
THE OUTING MAGAZINE, M, New York 2 25 3 80
THE WEEKLY INTER-OCEAN, W, Chicago. Ill 1 00 1 90
YOUNG PEOPLES' WEEKLY, W. Chicago.. 50 1 90
CINCINNATTr INQUIRER, W, Cincinnatti 1 00 2 05
THE FRUIT GROWERS JOURNAL, M, Cobden, 111 50 1 75
It is well to remember that you
can cover Benton County
Thoroughly by Iplacingf
your advertisement in the
They get Proper Display, Proper Position
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, Corvallis, Oregon.
On all kinds of approved security, and especially
to encourage and build up the legitimate busi
ness enterprises and 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, Oenmnrk, Italy, Russia, Spain, Portugal, Ger
Letters of Credit
Issued available in the principal cities of the
Principal Correspondents Upon Whom We
Sell Sight Exchange
The Commercial National Bank of Chicago.
The First National Bank of Portland, Oregon.
The Bank of California, San Francisco, Calif. -Anglo-Cahfornian
Bank, San Francisco, Calif.
The National City Bank New York.
The Bank of New York National Banking Ass'n.
Importers & Trader's National Bank, New York.
Shoe and Leather National Bank ef Boston, Mass
Philadelphia national Bank of Philadelphia, t
Notice for Publication.
Land Office at Oregon City, Okeoon,
' ' . . " March 9, 1901.
Notice Is hereby given that the followlnp-.
to'SSkeafn8 rfi-,ed noti,e "I- intenue?
IhaTsaid V? suPPr of nis claim, and
Clk f ,of vAn be M"de be"'e "e County
?nBES5u?ffi' " Corvallis' n
THOMAS M i AT!-i.v-
H. E. No. 11838, for the NE1 Sertion T il
lng wuuees to prove his continumm roiri
aC -55iault,Ttion o' Mid laud, viz T
are always OPEN TO INSPECTION
Notiee (o Creditors.
ftoticc is hereby- given that the undersigned has
been appointed adminiatrabir of the estate of
Thomas Wyatt, deceased, ty the county court of
Benton comity. Oregon. All persons havinc claims
against saiu estate are hereby notified to present
the same, duly verified, together with the proper
vouchers to me at the law office of Bryson & Wood
son in Corvallis, Benton count-, Oregon, within six
months from the date of this notice.
Dated this 1st day of March A. B, 1901.
GEORGE W. WYATT,
Administrator o said Estate.
Notice for Pnbllaatiea.
Oregon City, Oregoa, Ker. 19, 1E00.
Notice is hereby given that in compliance with
the provisions of the act of Congress of Jane Srd,
1878, entitled "An act for the e&leef timber lands in
the states ef California, Oregon, Kevada, and Wash
ington Territory," as extended to all the Public Land
States by act of August 4, 1898,
LETTIE M. ROBINSON,
Of Fall City, coonty of Polk, State of Oregon, has
this day filed in this office her sworn statement No,
5323, for the purchase of the S . E. quarter of Sec
tion 14 in Township No. 13 S , Range No. 7 Went,
and will offer proof to show that the land sought is
more valuable for its timber or stone than for agri
cultural purpose, and to establish her claim to said
land before the Register and Receiver of this office at
Oregon City, Oregon, on Thursday, the 14th day of
February, 1901.- she names of witnesses: Michael
Flynn, Freeman W. Robinson, Bridget Flynn and
Albert N. bobinson, all of Fall City, Oregon,
Anyand all persons claiming adversely the above
described lands are requested to file their claims in
tbis office on or before said 14th dav of February,
CHAS. B. MOORES,
Notice for. Publication.
Unitbd States Lakd Office,
Oregon City, OrrgcR, Dec. 10, 1900.
Notice is hereby givpn that in onpllance with tlie
provision of an act of Congress of Jnne 3, 1873, en
titled "An act for the Bale of ti ruber lands in the
States of California, Oregon, Nevada, and Washing
ton Territory," as extended to all the Public Laud
States by act of August 4, 1892,
CHARLES D. TICK,
Of Fall City, county of Folk, State of Oregon, has
this day filed in this office bis sworn statement No.
5333. for the purchase of the 8. h N. W. 1-4, N.
9i. K. 1-4 ot section io. 34, in Mown snip t. iz b,
Range No. 7 W.. and wll offer proof to show that
the land toueht is irore valuable lor its timber or
stone than for agricultural purpose!, and to estab-
iihH nis claim to baia land before the Register and
Receiver of this office at Oregon City. Oregon, en
Friday, the 8th tiav of March, 1901. He names as
witnesses: MicKel Flynn, Freeman Robinson,
Peter Miller and Alvin Robinson, all of Falls City.
Anv and all Dersons claiming adversely the above-
described lands are requested to file their claims in
this office on or before said 8th uav of March 1901.
' CHA8.B. MOORES,
SOUTH and EAST
Southern Pacific Company.
THE SHASTA RCTOTE
T.ains leave Corvallis for Portland
and way stations at 1:20 p. m.
Lv Portland 8:30 n m
S:30 p m
1050 p tn
t :35 a m
9.30 a m
Lv Albany 12:30 p m
Ar AfiDlaud 12:33 a m
Ar Sacramento .nft n m
At San Francisco-7 :45 pm
Ar Ogden 5:45 p m
11 :45 a m
9 :08 a D)
7 :2S a D
Ar jjenvttr 9:0U a m
Ar Kaoitafi City .7:25 a m
Ar Chictfgo -7.55 a m
Ar Loft AturulAR 'i ififl n tn
7 : tG a is
0 100 p n
9 :i8 a n
4 :00 k
12:48 p n
ArKlFam 6:66 t in
Ar Fart Wpftfc G;8S ft m
ArQiLvbf ICIIrvlaa O -S.'i a m
Arnsw uria-. 6 :2 b m
Ar Washington 6i42 a m
Ar Kew York. 12 :43 p m
PULLMAN ASU TOURIST CAES on
both trains. Chair cars isacramauto to
Ogden and El Paso, and Tsarist ears tc
Chicago, St Louis, New Orleans and
Connecting at San i"ranoico with sev
eral steamship lines for Hoaololu. Japao,
Cliina, Philippines, Central and Booth
See F. E. FARMER, ageat a Corvallis
station, or address
C. H. MARKHAM. G. P. A..
E. H. TAYLOR
Dentistry of every description done in iirsi
class manner, and saustaction guar
anteed. GROWN AND BRIDGE VC3K A SPECIALTY
Office over Zierolf 's grocery store, oppos'r
me post office, i.orvauis. uregon.
MRS. DR. CYLTK.E RAMSEY,
Specialties Diseaees of women and
- children ; also deformities and all chron
ic and nervous diseases.
Occidental Hotel Mondav, Wednes
day and Friday, 1 :30 to 5 :30 p. m.
B. A. GAT HEY, M. D.
Physician Sj- Surgeon
Rooms 14 in Bank Building.
Office Hoars " m'
J l to 4 p. m .
Residence: Corner College and Sth Sts.
Telephone at office and residence.
Corvallis, - Oregon.
LG. ALTMAN, M. D.
Office Oorer 3rd and Monroe streets
Houks 9 to 12; 2 to 5; 7 to 8; Sun
day 9 to 10.
Residence Corner 3rd and Harrison
streets, Corvallis, Oregon.
G. H. NEWTH
J. R. HARLAN
Residence in Block 30, Job's Addition,
Orders may be left r.t Graham & Wor
JOS. H. WILSON.
Practice in 'all State and! Federal Conrt.
Officeg inFirotj National Bank Buildinp.
Bryson Sf Woodson
ATTORNEYS -AT - LAW
Office in Pest office Building;.
DR. JAS. A. HARPER
OIBee In Wbltphom Blork
THE FiiiST ffiTiOf lif
Does a general and conservative bankui
White and Barred.
From prize-winning stock, second to
cone on Pacific coast, Eggs, $1 59 a sot
ting of fifteen at yard, or 2 00 if packed,
J. G. Hokmg, Ccivallie. Or,
"R A T1CiKOAB.
THE DIRECT ROUTE TO
Montana. ITtak Colorado
and all Eastern Points
Gives choice of two favorite routes, via
the Union Pacific Fast Mail Lin, or
the Tiiri fim1ff Sremp T.lnes.
Look at the Time . .
i daj's to Salt L,ake
2x2 tlays to Denver
34 days to Chicago
4 days to New York
Free Reclining Chair Cars, Upholstered
Ttftrrkt Sleeping Cars, and PsMaiaii
Palace S'.eepers, operated m af!
rvr lurruer lr.iorniauon, appiyrv
Sm F. EGLKI, Agent, CftVallfs, Or.
6. 6. TERRY, to, B. KjMAft.
Trav. Pass. Agt Gnl Afearrt.
114 Third St., Portland, br.
toallis & Eastern Railroad.
2 For Yaquina:
Train leaves Albany 12:45 p. m.
" " Corvallis 1 :50 p. m.
" arrives Y&quina 6:45 p. bj.
Leaves aquma. . , . 6:10 a. Bo.
Leaves Ccrvallis. . . . 11:80 a. m.
Arrives Albany .... 12:15 p. in.
3 For Detioit:
Leaves Albany 7:C0 a. m.
Arrives Detioit .... 1 1:20 t. m.
jipavps ueiroit iz:iu p. na.
Arrives Albany .... 6:45 p. to.
One and two connect at Albany
and Corvallis with Southern Pacific
trains, giving direct service to aad
from Newport and adjacent
Trains tor the mountains arrive
at noon, giving ample time to
rHcb ramping grounds on tb
Bruitebush and Santiau'i river the
II. L. YVai.den, Manager.
T. F. & P. A.
H H. Cronise, Agent, Corvallis.
Salt Lake, Denver,
Ft Worth, Omaha
Kansas City, St.
Louis, Ch i e a g e
Walla Walla. Lew
Minnepolis, S t.
8:40 a. at.
All Pulling dates!
8 p. m.
4 p. m.
subject to change.
For ban Francisim,
Sail Dee. 3, 8, 13,
18, 3, 28, 4 every
8. p. ra.
1 p. in.
To Astoria & ay
UmdiBp. 4 p. m.
Oregon City, Ke
lrg, Salem, fid
6 a. in.
7 a. in.
Willamette and m
Oipjron City, Day
tun & Way-land't.
6 a in.
Willa cite River.
Portland to Corval
lis & Way-land's.
ft y and
Ripuria to Lewig'n.
L e Ictoo
8 :S0 a. m
Notice of Administrator's ale of
In the rr alter of the Estate
James Abraham, Deceased. )
Notice is hereby civen that pursuant to an order
of the county court of tho state of Oregon for Malt-
nomah county made and entered on the 20th day of
xtoveraocr, rjuu, i win irom ana aiier me tia aay
of March, 1901, proceed to sell at prirate aal
the following described real property of rate estate,
and all the ritrbt, title and interest which the acid
James Abraham had therein at the tin e ! 1 if do
fieeinninir at the Quarter section comer between
fractional sections 2 and 3, township 11 south, lanfe
4 wet Willamette Meridian, running thence south
48 decrees cast 14.60 chains, thence routh 65 de
grees 50 minutes west 5.rt2 chains, thence south 10
decrees 10 minutes ea--t 17 0 chain to the north
bai.k of the Willamette river, tht-i co following; said
north l atik of tl.e Willamette rher with the lne
aiiders thereof i i a south wt su rly course to the
t-outheast corner of lot 1 in fn ctOial section 8 i
said towmhip tiifix-n north 37 minutes efct '?S 80
chains to the parent t cyinnjntr, contaniitg SO 40
acres, a'fothe noiiheat quarter of the roi theapt
quarter and t m.iitDtr 2 oi fractional rettion 8,
township 11 south, range4ct of the Willamette
Meridian, contain! i g 56.45acics, save .1 d exttpting
the rifrht of way heretofore deeded to tho Willam
ette Valley & Coast Ha ill end containii e about fr
acres, all situated in Benton county, Oigou; alro,
the east half of the following: described real proper
ty: The north half of the (southwest quarter, and
lots 3 and 4 in section 3, township 11 ti,utli, range
4 west, containing 78.10 acres in Bent n county.
Hie tcms of aid Falearess follcns: ILe entire
purchase trice is to be raid in eaf-li,
W. E. LUKKK,
Adiu'r de bonis non with thwill cm;txeaf the
estate of James Abraham, deceased, Portland, Or.
Will rent 2C0 aero oMard ett of
Monroe and lake pait payi&enief lent
in work and'impTovemer.tH cn tho place.
Address M. S. Woodcock,
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