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THE MM GAZETTE.
TUESDAY, APRIL -9, 1901. UNFAIR AND UNDEMOCRATIC. It is estimated that the late census will place the colored pop lttion of the South at io, 000,000. The colored population will en title the South, under the present ratio of representation to fifty one representatives in the lower house of congress and the same number in the electoral college. In most of the Southern states this negro population is nearly all disfran chised upon one pretext or anoth er. What an immense power this condition of affairs places in the hands of the democrats who retain representation in congress and otherwise for these negroes and yet they are not allowed to vote. Any fair minded demo crat is certainly ashamed for his party for demanding the contin uance of this unfair and undemo cratic inovation upon the funda mental principals of a true demo cratic government. Suppose the republicans in the North should in like manner claim representa tion for the Indian population in the Northern states. If people North or South are not permitted to vote for lack of educational qualifications, . then they should not be counted as a basis of representation. The representa tion 01 the South should be re duced to correspond in propor tion as they have disfranchised their voters. Their pretext for a . cause for the disfranchisement of the negro in the South is said to be for lack of educational quali ncations. But that is not true. It is done in the interest of the democratic party and -against the negro. This is self evident, be cause the same rule in many of tne states that disfranchises the nerro for lack of education does not disfranchise the ignorant wnlte tor the same cause. Con gress can not much longer ignore the flagrant violation of the con stitution of the United States, If a Southern state or one in the North decides to disfranchise any .part of its population for lack of educational qualities let the rule apply to white and black alike. A strong plea made by some of tne ooutfiern democrats as an ex cuse for disfranchising the South'! negro vote," was that it was neces sary to prevent negro domina tion. In ttaryland the " same process is going on, although the Maryland bill is not so radical as measures adonted to disfran chise the negroes in other South ern states. Yet another signifi cant feature exists in Maryland, and that is there never lias been a fear or likelihood of anything approaching negro domination in Maryland. The action Maryland is simply, a desire pure and simple to prevent the negro from voting, and yet he will be counted as a basis for representa tion all the same. County Court. County court was opened for for the transaction of business, Wednesday, April 3rd, 1901. Aside from the various bills al lowed, the following matters were considered: Oa petition and proof showing that Alfred Bicknell was entitled to a rebate of $4. on account of wide-tire wagon, en taxes, he wis granted the same. It having been shown that the Geo 1, Thompson road, which had formerly been ordered open ed by the court, had not beea duly opend for its eatira length, H. -.1 i -r . tuo viciK. vi inc -court was in structed to notify road supervisor of this district tp comply with order. The county court deemed It wise to assist the Beaten County Citizens League in the matter of 7. pablishing a pamphlet advertis . ine this county, and the clerk was ordered to draw a warrant of $50 for this purpose. It was ordered that the judge and commisioners of this court, and Benton cntintv. ho anthrax. ized and empowered to execute c w U Jtleckarl a quit-claim de4 to lets 5-6-7-8, in block 8, County Addition to Corvallis, to remedy defect In said deed. The additional bond f -M P Burnett as sheriff and tax-cellee-tor, with the United States Fi delity and Guarantee Company of Baltimore, Md., as security, was approved. The clerk was instmc'ed to return the original 1900 tax rolls, with an alias war rant thereto attached, to the sheriff, ordering him to proceed and collect the'taxes on said rolls antil May 25, 1901, after waieh date the sheriff is instructed to make a list of delinquent tax payers on said iqoo rolls and submit the same to the court en tie 5th day of June, i9or. In tae matter of petition of D O Quiek for correction in erron eous valaation of land, the cenrt saw fit to deay the same. J J Waggoner having deposited with the olerk ef the court the sum due A Hilbert as awatled him for damages sustained en ac count of a 30-foot road of public easement across the latter's land, the court confirmed the same aad ordered it opened as a public road on filing ef the proper re ceipts. The county surveyor, and view ers appointed, haying reported favorably on alteration Independ ence School Heuse road, said al teration was sanctioned. On report of viewers, the eoart saw fit to grant the petition for road In the Oliver Creek district and the same was declared a pub lie highway. Forty-five persons who had aid the bicycle tax for 1900, haying petitioned to have said funds applied en the walk from Marys River bridge to Crystal Lake eemetery, the same . was granted and the clerk - was an thorized to draw a county order in favor of A W Fiseher on bi cycle fand for $45, in accord ance with said petition. David Hnggins was awarded the contract of constructing , a bridge across Muddy at the How ard place at $125. The petition f numerous : citi zens, resident of the north end of the county, for a rock - crusher for their section was taken under advisement. D B Farley and C J Ralls were awarded the contract for con structing a graveWoader at a price of $250. " . . . ' ,v In the matter of the Philomath and Lloyd settlement road,' Fred Whitby, Frank Wyatt and Thos H Cooper were appointed view ers, and Surveyor Waggoner or dered to sarvey and plat the same and report at the next reg ular term f court.- The semi-annual reports of the county clerk, sheriff and treasurer for the six months ending March 31st, 1901, 5 were presented and placed on file. TO HOMESCEKERS. 92 A nice residence 1 acre of land in Corvallis, 5 minutes walk from postoffice; price $809. - ; .J 88 SO acres; 50 in cultivation; good bouse, barn, fruit and water; 3 miles from Philomath. A good farm for $2,200. .' : . 74 160 acres ; 30 in cultivation small bouse; good barn and water ; 1 miles from town ; cheap at $1 ,500 ; on main county road ; good pasture and tinker. 113 A good 7-room house with one half acre lot; fruit, good water, chicken houses and Sheds, price $600; well ar ranged for ponltry raising; this is a cheap little home, 10 minutes walk from Corvallis postoffice. . HENRY AKBI.BR, ... .- - Heal Estate Agent, Box 59, Philcmatfaj Benton County, Oregon. - Notice or Final Settlement. Notice is heveby given that the uDdersieued. administor ef the estate of John L. Clark, deceased. bag filed his final acccant, in said estate in the county court of Benton countv. Ores-on. and that saia eoni-i nas appoiatea Batureav. ue 1 1 in day of May A. D. J 901, at the heur of ten o'clock a. m. at county court room, in the court house, in the city of Corvallis, Benton county, state of Oregon, as the time ana place to near objections, jt any, to said final account, and the settlement of said account and estate Coryallis, Oregon, April 6, 1901. ' EDWIN M. OLARK, Administrator o! the Estate ol John L. dark. De ceased. - - ... - - "Last winter I was confined to my bed with a very bad cold on the longs. Nothing gave me 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. V,. BO YEARS' itWn- t.KXPERIENCE j1 tram marks jale!T attar torn ur oyfetioa fro wnauu nuftn raacsta Scitttlific-Miericast. mlatiwt o? say mmmOU toaraaL Taral iTa rw I four moatla, H. BatA yall tunrsdealara. a I iisiinssmMMirsiMisa-Mial I Skin-Tortured Babies CRY FOR CUTICURA. Instant relief and sleep, in a hot bath with . CtrricuKA Soap and a single anointing with CuTicim Ointment. A blessing to skin tor tured infante and worn-out, worried nareuts. irMmryrhm. "OAr. Je.iOmniiiT.IV!. .Pnr- l. amd U. Cvar Crop., Button. Send ferWp. bouk.lifaE. You cannot enjoy perfect health, rosy cheeks and sparkling eyes if your liver is sluggish and your bowels clogged. Ds. 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 pasrenger attend ants at the Oakland pier and San Fran cisco depot. They will wear dark blue suits and bright red caps with abroad black band bearing in gold letters the words, "S. P. Co. Porter," so that they may be readily distinguished. Tbcir duties will be to assiet passengers in every way 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 serviee. Examination for County Certificates Notice is hereby given that for the pur pose of making an examination of all persons who may offer themselves as candidates for teachers of the schools of this county, the county superintendent thereof will hold a public examination at his office in - Corvallis, commencing Wednesday, April 10, at nine o'clock a. m., and continuing until Friday, April 12, at four o'clock p. m. " . FIB ST, SECOND AND THIRD GRADE CERTIFICATES. Wednesday Penmansnip, history, or thography and reading.. Thursday Written arithmetic, theory of teaching, grammar and school law. Friday Geography, mental arith metic, physiology and civil government. Commencing Wednesday, April 10, at nine o'clock a. m.,and continuing . unti Thursday, April 11, at four o'clock p. m.: ; PRIMARY CERTIFICATES. ' ' Wednesday Penmanship,' ortography and reading. .-' - Thursday ;Art of questioning, theory of teaching, and methods.' , Dattd this 26th day of March, 1901. ' .. . G. W. Denmax, " .-. r County School Sopt. Executor's Sale of Real Property, Notice is hereby given that by virtue of authority and direction to me given by the last will and testa meat of James . Fisk, late of Benton county, state Of Oregon, deceased, 1 will on Saturday, the 4th day ef May, 191, at the hour 8 o'clock in the afternoon of that day at the front door ef- the - court house, in corvallis, Beaten county,- Oregon, offer for sale at public auction, to the highest bidder for cash in nana, au tne ngnt title ana interest that said de ceased at the time ot his death had in or to the following described real preperty towit: - "Beginning at a point oa tbe east boundary line (132.64) one hundred thirty-two and 64-100 rods norm rrom tne soutn east comer of the Dcnatkm Land Claim of Waman St, Clair and Mahals J. St. Clair, it being claim number forty-seven (47), notification number six thousand feur hundred ant- forty 6440J, in township twelve 12 south range six 6 we3t of Will Mer; thence southerly along the east boundary line of said claim to the north line ef tbe Oregon Central & Eastern Railroad Com pany's riyht of way; thence southwesterly along w uuniMnrjr iiu vi sain ngnii oi way te tne east line of K. Whitehead's tract of land; thence north along said eabt Use to the northeast corner of the E. Whitehead tract of land; thence westerly aloDg .iiv uurm uouduuv line oi saia tract OI isna to the southeast comer of the lot or parcel of land hereinbefore (said will) devisci 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 88.75 rods; thence easterly along said nerth bound ary line to tne place ol beginning 70.47 rods, con taining 36 acres of land more or less in Benten county, state of Oregon," said tract of land belong ing to said deceased at tbe time of his death. The proceeds oi saia sale to be applied to the payment ef expenses of last Bickness of said deceased, funeral expenses, expenses of administration and claims against the estate of said deceased, tbe residue, if any, to be paid to the . widow of said deceased. Dated at Corvallis, Or., this 5th dav of April, 1901 ROMKR WVATT Sole surviving executor of said last will and Testa ment ox wames js. run, aeceased. : - - rhe first National Bank OF CORVALLIS, OREGON. ESTABLISHED laso. 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 nets enterprises and industries of this country. Deposits Received subject to check payable on demand. Foreign Exchange Siffht exchanre and transfers sold Available In me principal cities et sngiana, Ireland, Switzer land, Prance, Belgium. Holland,- Norway, Swed en, Denmark, Italy, Russia, Spam, Portugal, Ger- Letters of Credit . , Issued available in the principal cities ot the United States. .' . . .. Principal Correspondents Upon 'Whcin "Wi Sell Sight Exchange The Commercial National Bank of Chicapo. The First National Bank of Portland, Oregon. The Bank of California, San Francisco, Calif. : Anglc-Californian Bank, Ban Francisco: calif The National City Bank New York. Tm Bank of New York National Banking Ass'n. Importers & Trader's National Bank. New York. 6hoa and Leatiier National Bank of Boston, Mass Fh.llade)phi Nattenalpaukpf Philadelphia, Pa FORTUNES MADE IH 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 ehare; COMMON Stock at 10 cents rer share. Company composed of responsible business men of Portland. PAR. VALUE sfl 00 PER SHARE. 15 UY NOW and take advantage of rise in price which is sure to follow. Active operations have already begun. Oil will be struck with in four months. Book of company are always OPEN TO INSPECTION OF STOCKHOLDERS. Or Jers for stock should be aocompanied with draft or money order. Many similar stocks have advanced to $10 and $20 per share. No cer tificates will be isiuod for lets than one hundred shares. For all further particulars and prospectus, write to L. Y. KEADY & CO., 110 Sherlock Bldg, Portland, Oregon. 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The first price represents the" subscription rate of the-pTrbhcatioirialoiie) and ,be second the rate-for the Rubhcation offered in" conjuuetich ith the uregon Agriculturist and Rural Northwest, Po.t- uuiutur.B.nr.l ou cents; 91.8U.- - L Oregonian, Portland, Or., W M.50; 2.55. : Kural Spirit, Portland, Or , Cftntalns a live-stock PaciSc Christiin (. Advocate, Portland, Or'.. W. $2.00. 8.05.- . . : - '-rr '- .. The Thriee-a-Weel i V&d, New York. T. W . Il.oo; 2.20. - r-r,.. Homestead, Des Moines. Iowa, A thorough stock ....... journal, rr .. .uu;;i..iu. The Republic, St. Louis,, Mo S. W., $1.00; 2.05. .la American r'urmer, Indianapolis. Ind., Live lanoana poultry journal, M., 50 cents; 1.65. Jne uosmopolitan Magazine, New York, M., and Atlas of the World, ' bound in cloth, 5B pages of ... .-O.l. The Outing Hagaxine, New York, JL, $3,00; a80. Paeifie Homestead, Salem, Of., w;,-$1.00; 2.30. vregon rouitry - Journal, Salem, Or.. 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American Hompa. - RnnTviiia - t.. -at a-, nn. 2.30. -.aat ACUU., iH., .Wi Boston Cook! j " a"-aJMo, Ai-jn., ov inmu; McClure'a Magazine, Kew York, M., $1.00; 2.40. Twice-a-Wek Courier .Tcnrn.l t.,;jh ir I?!J?f ih P 'roM the great South, T. w" 'I had piles so bad t conld get no rent aor find a cure until I tried DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. Alter usinir it once. I forgot I ever had anything like piles." u. Boice, Sotners Point, N. Y. : Look out tor imitations. Be sure vou ask for DeWitt's. Graham & "Wells'. " Dyspepsia Ours Digests what yoc eat. This preparation contains all of the digestanta and 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 sensitive. stomachs can take it. By its use many thousands of dyspeptics have been cured after everything else failed. It is unequalled for all stomach troubles. t can't he'-v---:v'i'v-;.'-' ! " f but do vou oood Prepared only by E. 0. DeWiti & Co., Chicago Aneti.DotuecontainsSH times the 50c size. Ceahan & Wells. 9? Notice to Crtditors. Notice ia hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed administrator of the estate of Thomas Wyatt, deceased, by the county court of Benton county. Oregon. AH persons hariiur claims against saiu estate are hereby notified to present the same, duly verified, together with the proper Vouchers, to me S.t the law nrTW of RrvKnn A son in Corvallis, Benton eounty, Oregon, within six momnH irom me aate oi mis notice. Dated Una 1st day of March A. D, 1901. : . GEORGE W. WYATT, Administrator of said Kstate. . Notice for Publication. r Land Offick a-T Oregon City, Oregon, vi ? . Mareh 9, 1901. Kotiua Ib hereby given that the following nanied seitler has filed notice of hla intention to make final proof in support ef his claim, and that said proof will be made before the County Clerk of Benten County, at Corvallis, Oregon, ou April 22, 1901, viz: THOMAS M. LASKEY, H. E. No. 11838, for the NEJ, Section 32, T il South, Range 7 West. He names the follow ing witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said laud, viz: T. Abner Woods. George Woods, Thomas Mulkey, llvarow Mulkey, all ol Blodgett, Oregon. CHAS. B. MOORES. - ' ' . Register. Notice for Publication. TJjutkb Btatks Lakd Office, . - Oregen City. Ortgen, Deo. 19, ISC. Notice is hereby given that In cen.pliance with the provision: of an act of Conertts of June S, 1878, en titled "All act for the sale of timber landa in the States of California. Oregon, Notada, and Washing ton Territory," aa extended to all the Fublic Land States by act ef August , 1892, CHARLES D. TICE, Of Fall City, eocnty of Talk, State of Oregen, has this day bled inthia office his worn statement No 6333. for the purchase of tho N. i M. W. 1-4, N. 1 N. B. 1-4 of Section Ne. 84. in Township No. 12 S Range No. 7 W.. and will offr proof to show that the land sought is ip ore valuable for its timber or stone than for agricnltural purposes, and to- estab lish his claim to said land before the Register and Receiver of this office at Oregen City, Oregon, en Friday, the 8th day ef March, 1901. Be names as witnesses: Uichael Flynn, Freeman- Robinson. Peter Miller and Alvin bobinson, all of Falls City, Oregon. - : Any and all nersens claiming advemelv thA .Wim. described lands are requested to file their claims in this office on or tefore said 8th dav of March 1901. CHAS.;R MOORES, ' Register, Drugs & Medicines Kodaks & Photo Supplies - Corvallis, Oregon. Established, . , Incorporated, 1898. WHOLESALE & RETAIL. The most complete line of" Pure Drugs and Chemicals in Corvallis, -. Books and Stationery, Commercial Pa pers, Fine Perfumery, Toilet Artlcla, , . Combs, Brushes and Mirrors. Pocket Knives, Scissors Fine Cutlery cigars - Manager of Perscription Departmemt, -T. A. JONES. Registered, Special Course in Pharmacy at Perdue Uuivcrsi- ty, Indiana . Those famous little pills, DeWilt's Lit tie Early Risers will remove all impuri ties, irom your system, tteanse vour bowels, make them regular. Graham & Wells,, - :;;';j -.. r - '"I have been troubled with indigestion- for ten years, have tried man'v things and spent- money to no purpose until I tried Kodol Dy spepsia Cure, I have taken two bottles; . and gotten more relief from tbem than all other medicine taken. I feel more like a boy than I have felt in twenty years. An derson Bigee,' cf Sunny LaDe, Texas'." Thousands tave testified as did Mr. Biggs. Graham & Wells, SOUTH and EAST via Southern Pacific Companv. THE SHASTA ROUTE Trains leave Corvallis for Portland arid way stations at 1:20 p. m. Lv Portland 8 :80 a m Ly Alhany 12:30 p m At AshJfttnl -12:33 am' Ar Sacramento -5 .00 p m Ar San Francisco-7 :4o p m 3 :30 p m 10-M p m 11 :3l) a ta 4 :35 a m 9.30 a ii Ar Ogdeo.- 5:45 p m Ar Denver 9:00 a m Ar Kansas 0itv 7 :25 a m Ar Chicago 7t55am 11 :45 a m 9:00 a rr 7 :25 a m :S0am Ar Log Angeles. 1 ;20 p m Ar El Paso 6:80 p m Ar Fort Werth- 6:88 a m Ar City of Mexieo 8 :85 a m Ar HoBfttOB 4 :00 a ru Ar New Orieana 6 :23 a m Ar Washington 6 :42 a m Ar New York 12 :43 pm 7:00 am 6:00 p m 6:80 a tn 9rS3am 4:00 am 6:S5p tn 6:42 km 12:48 p ffi PULLMAN ASO TOURIST CAES on both trains. - Ohair cars Sacramento to Ogden and EI Paso, and Tourist Cars to Chicago, St Loais, New Orleans and Washington. Connecting at San Francisco with sev eral steamship lines for Honolulu Japan, China, Philippines, Central and South America. See P. E. FARMER, agent a Corvallis station, or address G. B. MA RKHAM. G. P. A., Portland, Or. E. H. TAYL0R DENTIST. Dentistry of rtry dpsnrlptiau done In first class manner, fend satisfaction guar- anteea.. 6I0V1 IKS IHIKE Km A SPECIALTY 6See over Zlerolf 'a grocery store, orpos-- me post omce, (.G.-vaiire. uregon. WRS. DR. CYLTHIE RAMSEY, Osteopathist Specialties Diseases of women and children ; also deformities and all chron ic and nervous diseases. Occidental Hotel Monday. Wednes day and Friday, 1 :30 to 5 :30 p. in. B. A. ATHEY, M. D. Physician Surgeon Rooms 14 in Bank Building. ) 10 to E2 a, m. J 2 to 4 p. m. Office HOUTB Residence : Gornei College and 8tli Telephone at efEcfe and residence. ' Sts. Corva'fis, - - - - Oregon. L G. ALTMAN, M. D. Office Corssr 3rd ar.d Monroe streets Hodes 9 to 1.2; 2 to 6 ; 7 to 8; Sun day S t 10. . '" Residence Corner 3rd and Harrison streets, Corvallis, Oregon. Telephone S15, at residence. G. M. NEWTH Physician Surgeon : PHILOMATH, OREGON. J. R. HARLAN Veterinary Surgeon Residence in Block SO, Job's Addition, vervains, urejon. Orders snay be lelt at Graham & Wor tham's drugstore. . - STotaby TlTIiS. CONVETANCING I JOS.; H. WILSON". ATTORNET-AT-LAW. " Practice in ;all State and Federal Court. Office inp'in.tl National Bunk Btiiltling. Bryson Sr Woodson ATTORNEYS AT -LAW Corvallis, Oregon. Office la Postoffice Building;. DR. J AS. A. HARPER DENTIST OIBc la Wbltehorn Blork Corvallis, Oregon -OP Corvallis, Oregon. Does a general and. conservative banking business. - PLYMOUTH : ROGK ...EGGS... . . . White and Earred. - From prize win nine ttock, second to none on Pacific coast, . Egcs, $1 60 a set ting of fifteen at yard, or 00 if. packed. . . - J.U. UOPNiKG, Uorvallis. Ur. THE DIRECT ROUTE TC Montana, Utak, Colerado and all Eastern Points Gives choice of two faverite routes, via the Union Pacific Fast Mail Line, or the Rio Grande Seeuie Lines. Look at the Time . . 1 J2 days to Salt Lake s days to Denver iy2 days to Chicago 4 days to New York Free RcHlng Chair Cars, U6liolstre4 "Psmrlst SleejriBr; Can, ttk foil a an PMae S'eepers, operRln! n sfl trains. For farther rnibiniatiea, aV ( GEO. R EG LIS, Afetit, 5srvm., Or. 6. 0. TftRRY, W. Jt. COMAS. tvv Jass. Agt CB1 kfut 154 Third St., Portlac, br. Corvallis & Eastern Rattrsad. TIME CARD. 2 For Yaquina: Train leaves Albany 12:45 p. m. " Corvallis 1:50 p.m. " arrive? Yaquina 6:43 p. in. 1 Returning: Leavea Yaquina. . . . 6:10 a. tn. Leaves Co'vallis. . . . 11:30 a. m. Arrives Albany .... 12:15 p. m. 3 For Detioit: Leaves Albany. 7:(,) a, n, Arriyes Detioit .... 11:20 4. m. 4 Returning: Leaves Detroit ..... 12:10 p. ra. Arrives Albany.... 5:45 p. ib. One and two connect, at Albany and Corvallis with Southern Pacific trains, giving direct service to and from Newport and adjacent beaches. Trains for tbe mountains arrive at noon, giving ample time to reach camping grounds On the Breitenbush and Santiatn river, the same dav. EdwinStonk, . II. L. Walden, Manager. T. F. & P. A. U. II. Cronise, Agent, Corvallis. Depart TIME SCHEDULES Abkivk FOB from Portland, FROM : a- f , : vtu 7 Salt Lfke, Denver, Portlaud FtWonh, Omaha Special- Kansaa CitVi st.l :30 p.m. via Sun- Loois, Chieage! Atlantic Salt Lake, Denver, 1 Express Ft-Worth, Omalia, 9p. Bi. Kansas City, St- 8:10 a.m. via Hun- Louis, Chicago and lington. East . e. p . Walla Walla. Lew- r (,-. t- tVt ' -i iston, Spokane, . - tastMail MiuneHpr0iiB, St. , M " 6 :00 p.m. Mi vQl MU. 7 :00 a.mj cu wankee, Chicago, ? Spokane and EaBt. Through Pullman- and TourisS'eepers Ocean and Eiver Schedule. FBOM POBTLAKD. . All sailing dates! subject to change. For San Francisco, 8 p. m. 4 p. tn. Sail everv five days from April 2d. Daily Ex. Sun, 8. p. m. Saturday 10 p. m. Columbia River Steaaier. To Astoria & ay landing. 4 p. ru. Except Sunday Willamette River. Dailv Ex. Sun 6 a. 111. 4:30 p. m. Oregon City, New- Except Sundav lierjr, Salem, lnne peiulence and way lanilin'S 0 a. m . Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 4:30 p.m. Corvallis and Way- Monday, Wednsdy . Lanomgs. and Fri day. ; 7 a. m. T uesday, T hursd'y and SaturJ'v WILLAMETTE AND YAMHILL KIVEKS 3:30 p.m. Monday Wednes Oregen City, Day day and ton & Way-land s. rnday. - Leave Biparia 3-40 a. m, Daily. Leave Snake Eiver. Lewis ton Ripuria to Lewis's. Daily 8:30a.m A. L CBAIG, Gen. Pass. Agent, " A. P. TAPSCOTT, Agent, Corvallis, Oregon. Notice for Publication. Ukitkb States Lak Omen, Oregon City, Oregon, Irch, i, 1H1. Notice is Lerebv Kiven that in compliance with th provisicrui of the act of Congress f Jnhe 8, IS?!, entitled "An act for the sale of timber lands in ta States of Califcmia, Oreeon, rx-vada, aid Wash ington Territory," as extendtd to all the Pnblie Land States by act of August 4, 1S9!. MRS, BESSIE B. FLYNN, of Mi-nmiith, countv of Folk, ttate of Oreucn, has this cla filed in this office her tom statcirint Ko. 5853, fur ttu porchase of ol NhJ andhJofSKJ olSeotiuq No 2 111 Township No IS South, kang-e No 7 west and will offer proof Ui show that the land sought i hiore valuable for its timber or frtone than for agricultural purposes, and to establh h her claim to saiA lanl" before the lte-istcr and Kecoiver of thia office at Oregon City, Creai.n, 011 Vt eonetday, tht 29th day "V. 1901. the umeau Kitnctses: Michael G. Flynn, of Fall City, 1 oik Co., Or, Jaa II. Flvnn cf Konniouth, Polk Co., Or., Samuel W. EwinV. of Fall Citv, Polk lo., Or, John W. Hyda, of Philomath, Benton Co , Or. Anv and all peitons claiming adreirel.r tbe asT described lands are requested to file their claims in this office on l) .eiore said 2Mtta day of Bay, fSil til AS. B. MOORE8., Register Rotlce of Final Settl6nst. Knb't. la herebr cirta that the unCerdcned execs-; tor of tbe estate of Martha J. Itice, ontisid, t.aa filed his nal account in raid estate In tie Coualy Cenrt of tbe Stat of Orefea, tor Benton County, littlnr in probate, and Saturdsj, lie Itb Dtj ef v.h..n loci atlOe'elock a. an., at tbe Court House in Corvallis, Orefen, Is the time and (rise Cxerf by the Court for hearing bjecttons, If any, M taid final account and tbe aeitknent thereof. Dated January.ll, 1CC1. ' , . Cbasls I. Bica, - - Kzrcutor.