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THE UMIIS GAZETTE.
FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1901. ON WHAT BASIS? On what basis will the demo crats party of Oregon efiect re organization? This question is before the leaders of that party, especially in Multnomah county. It is not the province nor the purpose of the Gazette, even if it could, to render any assistance in this matter. As a matter of fact so many diverse faotlons are found in that party, all clamoring for recogni tion and each striying for domi nance that its reorganization will be exceedingly difficult if not actually impossible. This is especially true sinea several of the issues it presented have been decided at the ballot-box by ad- versa majorities so great as to eonstitate a final verdict. No new issne which Carries the promise of victory has been nor is likely to be found. By some means, however, not easily un derstood, tha leaders hope to hold tao pirty together hoping that tie republican party in Mult nomah county will be so divided at the next general election that tile democrats ma slip into power, or at least share the spoils of victory with one of tha repub Iican factions. The Hope of par ticipating in the spoils is, as the democratic party is now consti tnted, its strongest incentive to cohesion and action. This, how ever, is a vagae hope when built oa the hope of republican dis sention, for it is not at all proba ble that any dissentioa will ex ist among republicans. Fot years the republican parly in Meltaomah county has not Bad so little cause for aissention ts it now has. Bach of the late factions has been recognized and given a sharepf party honors and trust. No one has been read cut of the party nor excluded from its councils because of be ing "a Simon man" or "a Mitch ell man," because he opposed tie city charter enacted by the late legislature; because of the consolicatioa of county offices, aor for any then reason. What is true of the party in Ifaltaemak county is equally true of it throaghout the state It never had less cause for dis station than it now has. For years the state has not been so ably represented in the councils f the nation. Our members ot congress are industrioas, active and alert in looking after the in terests ef their respective dis tricts. Our senators are both men Of recognized ability, in dustry, experience and influence. uur wnoio delegation is in political accord with the par ty and ' fairly in harmony with the administration. The defeat of Mr. Corbett for senator left no bitterness behind it He and his adherents are too honestly repabliean in prin ciple to permit mere personal disappointment to turn them aside from party fealty. The election of Mr. Mitchell provokes no antagonism. Our senators will work harmoniously together for the best interests of the state and in upholding republican principles. Self-interest, if no other reason, will keep them In harmony. There will be no party dissention from this direc tion. We heard a democrat say re cently: uThe Oregonian will oppose and belittle both sena tors." Doubtless the wish was father of the thoaght. It is safe to say that the Oregonian will offer ao factious opposition to either. It knows that both are able men. It has known Mr. Simon qaite all his life and kaows him to bo a man of irre proachable character, of remark able industry and more than average ability. The Oregonian surely has no personal reason for opposing Mr. Simon. If it, in deed, once opposed Mr. Mitehell n personal grounds, that is long since past and will not be re newed. Unless our senators make some very improbable and bad break it is altogether resson ble to believe the Oregonian will be found leading the repub lican press in holding up their hands. It is without doubt thai demo crats who hope to ride to victory because of republican faction will be doomed to disappoint ment. THlPV miicf fin A n 'live, national issue which the' '. dominant party refuses to meet. 11 must purge itseli ot its mis chievous isms; it must recall its Clcvelands, Carlisles and Whit neys to its councils. So hopeless is this task that wo are doubly thankful that it floes not .devolve upon us. School Apportionment. The regular apportionment of the school iunds ot the county was made April 1, by Stipt. Den man. The amount disbursed to the several districts of the county was $7,500. Each district re ceived as follows : District Number 1 $ 127 10 " " 2 40 30 " ' 3 182 90 2 145 70 5 27 90 " " 6 108 50 7... 34 10 " " 8 89 90 9 2073 90 " " 10 29 90 " 11...' 114 70 ' ' 12 108 50 " 13 176 70 14 74 40 " 15 40 30 " 16 C8 20 " 17 610 70 " " 18 40 30 " 19 158 10 " 20 120 90 " 21 99 20 ' " 22 99 20 " 23 251 10 " 24 52 70 " " 25 125 92 " 20 108 50 " 27 11 60 " 28 18 60 " 29 69 32 ' " 30. 9 30 " 31 77 50 " 32 46 50 " " 36 68 20 " 37... 24 80 " " 41 89 90 " " 42 89 90 " 43 251 10 " 45 80 60 " 46 24 80 " 48 124 00 " 19 62 00 " " 50 58 90 " 51 46 50 " 59 1.... 65 20 " 62 83 70 " 69 12 90 72 24 80 " 74 ..J... 124 00 " " 77 37 20 79 65 10 " 81..... 4S 40 " " 83. 31 00 " " 85 2170 " 93 145 70 94 55 80 " 95 40 30 " 96 55 80 " 97 96 10 " 5 Joint 21 70 call for Warrants. Notice is hereby given that there is money on hand at the county treasurer's office to pay all orders endorsed and marked not paid for want of funds up to and including those of May 12, 1900. Interest will be stopped on same from this date. W. A. Buchanan, Treasurer of Benton Co., Or. Corvallis, April 3, 1901. Executor's Sale of Real Property, Notice is hereby trlven that hv virtue of antwit and direction to me given by the last will and testa ment ol James E. Fink, late of Benton conntv. atatn of Oregon, deceased, I will on Saturday, the 4th day l . M1 -' ' 1 1 .1 . 1 1 . ! r " , i t i uw Hum a v ciuck in tuc auernoon ot that day atthe front door of the court Wi in Corvallia, Benton county, Oregon, offer for sale at public auction, to the highest bidder for cash in hand, all the light title and interest that said de ceased at the time of his tleath had in or to the following; described real property towit: "Betinninir at a ooint on i.he east bounrliu-v ln (132.64) one hundred thirty-two and 64-100 rods aorta irom tne south east corner of the Donation Liod Claim of Wavman St. Clair and Mahala J. St. Clair, it being claim number forty-seven (47), noti6cation number six thousand four hundred &nri forty 6440, in township twelve 12 south range six west of Will Mer; thence southerly along the east boundary line of said claim to the north line f the Oi'egan Central & Eastern Railroad Com pany's rl?kt ef way; thence southwesterly along said boundary line of said right of way te the east line of E. Whitehead's tract of land; thence north along said east line to the northeast corner of the E. Whitehead tract of land; thence westerly along the north boundary line of said tract of land to the southeast corner ot the lot or parcel of land hereinbefore (said will) devisei to Rosetta A. Buchanan; thence north along the east boundary line of said lot ef land to the north boundary line of my (James E. Fisk's) said farm or tract of land 98.75 rods; thence easterly along said nerbh bound ary line to the place of beginning 76.47 rods, con taining 36 acres of land more or less in Benten county ,gtate of Oregon," said tract of land belong ing to said deceased at the time of his death. The proceeds of said sale to be applied to the payment of expenses of last sickness of said deceased, funeral expenses, expenses of administration and claims against the estate of said deceased, the residue, if any, to be paid te the widow of said deceased, Louisa J. Fisk. Hated at Corvallis, Or., this 5th day ef April, 1901. HOMBR WYATT, Bole surviving executor of said last will and Terts ment ef James IS. Fisk, deceased. JCt. 60 YEARS' V- "EXPERIENCE Trade Marks Desionb CewmaHTa a. Anyons sending a sketch and deeorlptkm ma qnlekJr aeoartaln onr hrvenWon is probably catentaMe Mxain our opMuon Tree whether an i to probably pitontable. Commnniea, ttooe strictly ocmfldaritfaJL Handbook on Patents sperfnf asWes, without charge, in the A handsoesely illustrated weekly. Torrent dr. oaleUeei of any selentUo feuraal. Terms, ts a rear: for months, L Bald eyali newsdealers. ftnceF&t F eVr7atuigio?J,S. I .. - i m kin-Tortured Babies CRY FOB CUTICURA. Instant relief and sleep, in a hot bath with Cuticura Soap and a single anointins with Cuticok. Ointment. A blessing to skin tor tureil Infants and worn-out, worried parents. BnM everywhere. ';.-'0';Tv9v; TTrt D. ao C. tu, l'rope.. Bourn. Sen fereip. beck, ue. Tou cannot enjoy perfect health, rosy cheeks and sparkling eyes if your liver is slaggish and your bowels clogged. De Witt's Little Early Risers cleanse the whole system. They never gripe. Gra ham & Wells. Uniformed S. P. Porters. The Southern Pacific Co. intends, shortly, to uniform its passenger attend ants at the Oakland pier and San Fran cisco depots. They will wear dark blue suits and bright red caps with a broad black hand bearing in gold letters the words, "S. P. Co. Porter," so that they may be readily distinguished. Their duties will be to assist passengers in every w:iy possible, directing them to proper trains, boat en trances, etc., helping ladies and children without escort on and off trains, and showing such attention to the traveling public as will tend to make them a pop ular feature in the service. "Last winter I was confined to my bed with a very bad cold on the lungs Nothing gave m relief. Finally my wife bought a bottle of One Minute Cough Cure that effected a speedy cure. I cannot speak too highly of that excel lent remedy." Mr. T. K. Houseman, Manatawney, Pa. Graham & Wells. TO HOMESEEKERS. No. 54190 acres, 60 in cultivation, mostly bottom land, balance ine pas ture and timber, good new barn, small house, 1)4 miles from Philomath, price $2,500; this is,a fine farm. - No. 8165 acres, 140 in cultivation, good house, barn, orchard and water, All well fenced, two miles frem Philo math; one of the finest farms in Oregon; price, $30 per acre. No. 6180 acres, 10 in cultivation, bal ance good pasture and timber, good out range, fair bouse, barn and other out buildings, goed fruit and water ; this., is a fine goat ranch, 6 miles from Philo- price $650 ; this is a snap. No. 10140 acres, 15 in cultivation, good building, fine fruit and water, fine bottom land; price $650; 4 1-2 miles from Philomath. No. 10318 acres near Corvallis, well improved, a sightly home for $1,100. HENRY AMBLER, Eeal Estate Agent, 59, -rmiomain, teuton county, urcgon. "I have been troubled with indiges tion for ten years, have tried many things and spent money to no purpose until I tried Kodol Dyspepsia Care, 1 liave taken two bottles and eotten more relief from them than all other mediciue taken. I feel more like a boy than I have felt in twenty years. An derson Riggs, of Sunnv Lane. Texas Thousands Lave testified as did Mr. Biggs. Graham & Wells, Hetlce for PuMieatle. Land Ofvici at Oregon City, Oregon, March 9, 1901. Notice i hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice sf his intention to miu nnal proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be naade before the County Clerk of Benten County, at Corvallis, Oregon, nn Anvil Q 1 lull 1 -. ' .... ..j.iii '.'fJ , it. . THOMAS M. LA8KEY. H. E. No. II 888, for the NE,, Section 82, T 11 bouth, Range 7 West. He names the follow ing witnesses to prove his continuous residence up" "u uuiuvuon ox sua jana, viz: J. Abner Woods. George Woods, Thomas Mulkey, Jtlvarow .Mulkey, all of Blodgett, Oregon. CHAS. B. MOORKS, . Register. Hie first National Bank OF CORVALLIS, OREGON. ESTABLISHED 1 8SO. OFFICERS & DIRECTORS M. S. WOODCOCK, President. C. E. MOOR, Vice-President. WALTER T. WILES, Cashier. GEO. E. LILLY, Assistant Cashier. JOHN WILES, Corvallis, Oregon. Loans Made On all kinds of approved security, and especially to encourage and build up the legitimate busi ness enterprises and industries of this country. Deposits Received subject to check payable on demand. Foreign Exchange 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 many, Austria. . Letters of Credit Issued available in the principal cities ot the TJnited States. Principal Correspondents Upon Whom W Sell Sight Exchange The Commercial National Bank of Chicago. The First National Bank of Portland, Oregon. The Bank of California, San Francisco, Calif. Anglo-Californian Bank, San Francisco, Calif. The Nation al City Bank New York. The Bank of New York National Banking Ass'n. Importers & Trader's National Batik, New York. Shoe and Leather National Bank of Boston, Mass. Philadelphia National Bank of Philadelphia, Fa FORTUNES MADE IN OIL STOCKS . THE PORTAND OIL COMPANY Of Portland, Oregon, Owns Sixty Acres of the Best Oil Lands in California, is Incor porated under the Laws of Oregon; Stock is Non-Assessable. GUARANTEED Stock at 20 cents per share: COMMON Stock at 10 cent s f er share. Company composed of responsible business men of Portland. PAR VALUE $1 00 PER SHARE. BUY NOW and take advantage follow. Active operations have already begun. Oil will be struck with in four months. Book of company are always OPEN TO INSPECTION OF STOCKHOLDERS. OrJers for stock should be accompanied with draft or money order. Many similar stocks have advanced ti6cates will be issuod for lees than For all further particulars and prospectus, write to L. Y. KEADY & CO., 110 Sherlock Bldg, Portland, Oregon. It is well to remember that you can cover Benton County thoroughly2Jiby2ti'placing yotir advertisement in the "Gazette" They get Proper Display, Proper Position and Proper Treatment. Oar Clubbing List. Subscribers to the CORVALLIS GAZETTE can uu& ,w,U. a(jciT iii CDBiiioailon BUD- Bcnptioiia with the GAZETTE, at 'the rery low , - t .a m i . aut-C MlWiiys V, coirpany the order. Those wishing; two or more niinli. ftt.inna noman hmIi il.- n a 7rfinp m , tut WflALA lb, Will UltBSO correspond with this office and we will quote vou the POinhinat.i.iTi miw W. n . ' The abbreviations below are explained as follows W. foi weekly; 8 W for semi-weekly; T VV, for tri weekly; M, for monthly; S M. for semi-nrontblv. The first puce represent? the subicriplion rate of the publication alone, and .lie second the :-ate for the publ ca.ion offered in conjunction with the seml-weeklv GAK'lTl'-. Orejon Agricukurist and Rural Northwest, Po:t- uu, w., o. w., ou cents; si.bd. Oregonian, Portland. Or.. W.. Ji.BO: 2.B5. Rural Spirit, Portland, 6r , Contains a live-stock uumhv ICUih, II., f.UU, Pacific Christian Advocato, Portland, Or.. W. $2.00. 3.05. I ' The Thnce-a-Week World, New Tor . T W $1.00; 2.20. Homestead, Des Moiues, Iowa, A. thorough stock The RepubUe, St. Louit, lio' S. W.. fl.09; 2.05 Ihe American Farmer, Indianapolis. Ind., Live biock, larmana poultry journal, .M., 50 cents; 1.85, Ihe Cosmopolitan Magazine, New York, M., '"as oi me n, bound in cloth, fit) pages of The Outing Magaaine, New York, M., $3,00; 3.80 Pacific Homestead, Salem, Or., W., $1.00; 2.S0. uregon roultry Journal, Salem, Or., M . SO Tha nhBni1i Tilat.'n Ar iir n. 2.05. ' ' Tj" Deiiaraer, New York, Standard Fashiens, 1L, LO0; 2.8. A.-mirfann lirrintltiin.l 1U! 11 l-,j: " "6i.MuMutBi, miiu, in., inciuaing copy of Ye r Book and Almanac, W., $1.00; 2.30. F"m, Field and Fireside, Chicago, 111., W., $1.00; 2.15. St. Loui)l ninrM.TY1faf Gr T - : as a great mojern newspaper, T. w!, $1.00; 2.15. rue Weekly Inter-Ocean, Chicago, W., $1.00; 1.90. Tnunt Pflant.1, Vutl. rv : m m .a ... 1.90. ' iU' uu " ' w raats Cincinnati Inquirer, Cinc'nnati, W,, $1.00; 2 03. The Fr nit (Jma-on.' jAnmai nkj . tn SOcenti; ?1 76. ' " ' 50 cents: 1.75. Womrn'n rToma "am tv., nt.a. a: o.u $1.00; 2.15. ' ". """" LtBDiacntt'll 1sTiraiiia Bk;i.J.lnL!. n. r ;2.60;S.25. ' ' - EvV Mfinfh (Una'.n C.a. rt. u v i- M.. $J.00T $2.15: IUrK' The Century Majazine, New York, M., $4.00; 6.06. Hoard's Y-irwmnn . t: - . n. . .-w.v mwiiiud. vis., ine J?' up-to-date dairy journal in the world, W., JU.lW, 2,30. Table Talk. Philadelnhia. If., ll.rxv 9 is Ainer1rain TTAmoo iriiAwtiiA ft" r a. BotH Pnrtlrinr. blnkAnl u- m tr eA . 1 90 waux-iuo, ou cenu; , MeC lure's Magazine, New York, M., $1.00; 2,4a Twif-a-Wsplr s..;- t i t r r o ak be8tP&Pei' r the i "t South, T.W., VVV( a.vu, 'I had piles so bad I cnnlrf pnt nor find a tare until I tried DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. After nfiinc it emra I forgot I ever had anything like piles." Hi. u. Boice, Somera Point. N. Y. Lonk ont lor imitations. ' Be sure you ask lor DeWitt's. Graham & WelJs. Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. This preparation contains all of the uigesianis ana digests all Kinds of food. It gives instant relief and never fails to cure. It allows you to eat all the food you want. The most sp.nsit.ivA stomachs can take it. By its use many thousands of dyspeptics have been cured after everything else failed. It i unequalled ior ail stomacn troubles. It can't help but do you good Prepared only by E. O. De Witt & Co., Chicago Xtotf.boKlecontalns2s times the 50c size. . Ceahan & Wells. of rise in price which is sure to to $10 and $20 per share. No cer- one hundred shares. Notice t Creditors. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed administrator of the estate of Thomas Wyatt, deceased, by the county court of B.enton county. Oregon. All persons having claims against saiu estate are hereby notifird to present the same, duly verified, together with the proper vouchers, to me at the law ofiice of Bry6on & Wood son in Corvallis, Benton county, Uregon. within six months from the date of this notice.' Dated this 1st day of March A. D, 1901. GEORGE W. WYATT, Administrator of said Estate. Notice for Publication. Unitkb Statbs Lakd Office, Oreg.n City, Oregen, Deo. 10, 1900. Notice is hereby given that in compliance with the provisions ef an act ef Cengress of June 8, 1878, en titled "An act for the sale ef timber lands in the States of California, Oregon, Nevada, and Washing ton Territory," as extended te all the Public Land states oy act oi August t, 1S92, CHARLES D. TICE, Of Fall City, county o! Falk, State of Oregen, has this day filed inthis office his sworn statement No. 5333. for the purchate ef the N. )I.W. 1-4, N. J m. i. i- ei section no. , in lownsnip lo. 12 b, Range Ne. 7 W.. and will offer proof to show that the land fought is store valuable for its timber or stone than for agricultnial purposes, and te estab lish his claim te said land before the Register and Receiver ot this office at Oregen City, Oregon, en Friday, the 8th day ot March, 1001. He names as witnesses: Michael Flyan, 1 iceman Rebinsen, Peter Killer and Alvin Koeinaoa, all of Falls City, Oregon. Any and all parsons claiming adversely the asove described lands are requested te file their claims in this office on or before said 8th aa ef March 1901. CHAS. B. MOORES, Register, Drugs & Medicines Kodaks & Photo Supplies Corvallis, Oregon. - Established, 1 Incorporated, 1898. WHOLESALE & RETAIL. The most complete line of Pure Drugs and Chemicals in Corvallis. Books and Stationery, Commercial Pa pers, Pine Perfumery, Toilet Article, Combs, Brushes and Mirrors. Pocket Knives, Scissors, Fine Cutlery CIQARS Manager of Peremption Department, T. A. JONES. Registered, Special Course in Pharmacy at Perdue Universi ty, Indiana Bids for Wood. Sealed proposals for famishing wood for the Slate Agricultural College at Corvallis, Oregon, will be received by the undersigned up to 3 o'clock p. m. Satur day. April 6, 1901. Specifications : Six hundred (600) cords of body fir wood, cut from live trees, well seasoned. No wood cut frem dead timber will be accepted. Proposals for lots ef not less . than fifty (60) cards will be leceived. Wood to be delivered on or before September 15, 1901, at the option of the bidder. Wood to be ricked on the College grounds ns directed by the Purchasing Agent of the College. Wood to be measuied after ricking. No payments will be made before September 10, 1901. The right to reject any and all bids reserved. Bids sealed and en dorsed "Bid for wood." John D. Daly, Sec'y Board of Regent e. Corvallis, Or., March 15, 1901. Those famous little pills, DeWitt's Lit tle Early Risers will remove all impuri ties ifrom your system, cleanse yoor bowels, make them regular. Graham & SOUTH and EAST VIA Southern Pacific Company. THTE SHASTA ROUTE Trains leave' Corvallis for Portland and way stations at 1:20 p. m. Lv Portland 8 :80 a m S :30 p m Lv Albany 12:30 D m 10:58 fi m Ar Ashland 12 :33 a m 1 1 :80 a tn Ar Sacramento -5.00 p m 4 :85 a in Ar San Francisco-7 :45 pm 9.30 a Ar Ogden 6 :45 p m 11 :45 a m 9:00a a 7 :2S a m 8:80am at uenvsr y :00 a m Ar Kanse City 7:28 a m Ar Chicago 75 am Ar Lee Angeles- 1 SO p m Ar El Paso tMpm 7:00 a a 6 :00 pm Ar Fert Worth 0 m Ar City 6f Kexiao 9 :S5 a m Ar Hewteb 4 :00 a m Ar Re Orleans 6 :23 a m 6:S0 9 :68 a m 4:00 a a Ar Washington 6 :42 a m Ar New York 12 :43 p m 6:42 a,m 1!:4 p m PULLMAN AND TOURIST CAES on both trains. Chair cars Sacramento to Ogden and El Paso, end Tourist cars to Chicago, St Louis, New Orleans and washingrou.' Connecting at San Frsnoiaco with sev eral steamship lines for Honolulu, iaoaa China, Philippines, Central sad South America. See P. E. FARMER, sgeat a Corvallis station, or aaorees G. H. MARKHAM, G. P. A., Portland, Or. E. H.1 TAYLOR DENTIST. Dentistry of every description dene In 6rst ctaM manner, and satisfaction guar- anceea. CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK I SPECIALTY Offioe over Zlerolf 's grocery stora, oppos: me post ompe, uoryaiirB. uregon. MRS. DR. CVLTiilE RAMSEY, Osteopathist Specialties Diseases of women and children ; also deformities aad all chron ic and nervous diseases. Occidental Hotel Monday, Wednes day and b riday, 1 .60 to 5 :o(J p. in. B. A. CAT HEY, M. D. 4j s tlttKttBBHUKttKMWKttCBBUKKtKitB EoofflsHinBankBoilding. TIME SCHEDULES Arrive Office Hour I I0???' fob hom Portland fbom f 2 to 4 p. m. OQ.rago- o-,t Tflke T).ver Eesidenee : CotEcf College and 8th St. Portland Ft .rth. Oinalia Telephone at Office and resie'enee. Special Kansa8 city, St. 1 :30 p.m. Gorva!Iis, -. Oregon, .'V' Louis, Chieage . V. jjr - Atlantic Salt Lake, Denver, I R Al TMAN M D Express Ft Worth. Omaha, l VJ. ML. I MM IN, IV!. U. 9pm Kansas City, St 8:10 a.m. s via Hnn- Louis, Chicago and Ofwck Ceraer 3rd and Monroe streets 'illfcrton- 10 2 ,0 55 7 10 81 Snn" f- f5?-, on. 8 pa anHe; day 9 to 10. Fast. Mail MinneapoijB St. Biiidisci Corner 3rd and Harrison 6:00 p.m. paui Buluth, Mil-7:00 " m- streets, CorTallis, Oregon. via waukee, Chirago, . Telephoke 315, at residence. bposane aB(J Eajt . H. NEWTH Physician Surg eon, PHILOMATH, ORBSOS. J. R. HARLAN Veterinary Surgeon Residence in Block SO, Job's Addition, (.orvallis, Oregon. Orders may be left at Graham & Wer tham's drugstore. Notary. Titles. CosvBYAirciyo. JOS. H. WILSOF. ATTORNET-AT-LAW. Practice in -all State and" Federal Court, Office iafFirbt; National Bank Building. Bryson Sf Woodson ATTOBNEYS-AT -LAW CorvalliB, Orerot-i. Office In Fostoffice Building:. DR. JAS. A. HAMPER DENTIST" Ofllee In Wbttehoni Blork Corvallis, regon THE FIRST (TOM -OF Corvallis, Oregon, Does a geaeral and." conservative bantaat busintsa. PLYMOUTH ROGK ...EGGS.., White and Barred. From priie winning stock, second to none on Pacific coast,. Eggs, $1 50 a sot ting of fifteen at yard, or f 2 00 if packed. j.u. aoBNiKO, Lwrvaius. wr. OH (Imf) J is BAIIlEOAD. THE DIRECT ROUTE TO Montana, Utah, Colorado and all Eastern Points Gives choice of two favorite routes, via the Union Pacific Fast . Mail Lin, or the Rio Grande Scenic Lines. Look at the Time . . 14 days to Salt Lake 2 days to Denver lY2 days to Chicago 4 days to New York Free ftxeftatag Ckalr Cars, TJptttBBtered Tvsrm Sleeping Can, sd FBDaan Palace S'eepers, operated n ffl train Par further faformatioa, mpCtyf GEO. ft. EGLOJ. Ageat, Cbrvaffift, Or. C O. TftlRY, tr. ft. COM AS, Tiw. Pass. Ajft. Cvi 1 Afvtn. 194 Third St., Porflaa, . Corvallis & Eastern Rail read, TIME CARD. 2 For Yaquina: Train leaves Albany 12:45 p. m. ' " Corvallis 1:50 p. at. " arrive Yaquina 6:45 p. . 1 Eetnming: Lmtw Yaqnlna..., 6:10 a. u. Leaves Corvallis. . 11:S0 a. tn. Arrives Albany .... 12:15 p. ns. 3 For Detioit: Leaves Albany ..... . 7: TO a. id. Arrives Detroit .... 11:20 . ro. 4 Returning: Leaves Detroit 12:10 p. tn. Arrives Albany.... 6:45 p. m. One and two connect at Albaay and Corvallis with Southern Pacific trains, giving direct service to and from Newport and adjaeent beaches. Trains for the mountains arrive at noon, giv;ng ample time ts i-ach camping grounds on the 1 eitenbuBh and Santiam river the same day. Edwin Stone, H. L. Waxden, Manager. T. F. & P. A. H. H. CronIssE, Agent, Corvallis. Through Pullman and Tourist S eepera Ocean and Eiver Schedule. FROM PORTLAND. All Bailing cate? enbject to change. For San Francisco. Sail every tiveday: Irom April 2d. 8p.ro, 4 p. m. Dailv Columbia River Sternier. Ex. Sun. 4 p. m. Except Sunday 8. p. m Saturday, To.Astoria & nay ' i I, 10 p. m. laiiumg. Wil!5ir,ettB Rim, Dailv Ex. Sun 6 a. m. 4 rSO p. m. O-tegon City, Sew berg. Salem, Inde Except Sunday pendence and nay landings. G a. m. Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 4:S0B.m. Corvallis and Way- Monday, Wednsdy and Fri day. Landings. 7 a. m. T nesdHv, Thuisd'y and SaturJ'v WILLAMETTE AND YAMHILL RIVERS 8iS0 p.nv Monday Wednes Oregon City, Day day and ton A YY ay-land 'b. riday. Leave Leave Snake Rivsr. Riparia I L ewistoa 3' 40 a. m, Riparia to Lewis'n, Daily Vaily. 8:30a. m A. L CRAIG, Gen. Pass. Agent, A. P. TAPSCOTT. Agent, Corvallis, Oregon. Notice for Publication. Usnra Btatm Lis, Oirni, Oregon City, Oregon. March, 4, 1S01. Wnt.tM i. i,w hv oiven that in cocaplianc with tfc. pro-'iBiona of the act of Congress ef June S, 1ITS, ent:tled "An act for the sale of timber lanei in the States of California, Oregon, Nevada, aad Vfaah ington Territory," aa extended to all the rublio L&nQ sutes ty act oi August iov. MRS. BESSIE S. FLYNN, of Mnnmnnth, countr of Polk, state of Oregon, baa this day Bled in thisifSce her aern Btateniaat l. 6353, for ihs purchase of SJ4 ol KEi and NJ of 8EJ ofSectiun So i 111 Township No IS South, Kange Ko 7 west, and will offer proof to show that the land 80u.rht lb more valuable for its timber or ttone than for aerieultural purposes, and to establish her claim to said land before the Kegister and Kectiver of tbia office at Ols" c"y- reeo, on Vfeoneeday, the Mthday of Mav. 1901. the nmesaa wiuieaaet: MicLel O- Flynn. of Fall tity. 1 oik Co., Or.Jaa II. Flvnn of Monmouth, Polk Co., Or., Simuel W. rwin,; of Fall Citv. Polk la, Or., John W. Hyd,, of Philomath, Benton Co., Or. , . Any and all pertons claiming adversely the aWre iescribed lands are requested to file their claima in this office on or before said 29th day ol May, UH. COAS. B. MOOEE8, Xottce of Fia1 Settletnet. Node 18 neroay tor oftheeatate of Martha J. Bice, deceased, has Sled his Snal account in said estate la tha Canity Cmt of tha State ef Oregen. for Benton County, sitting In probate, and Saturday, tha th Day ef February, w, - , - ". Bouse in t,orvai, uti. - r nxeo uj iij. . .... . . j - - . . aaid final account and the settlement tkereof. Dated January u, f Xxeoutofa Wells.