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Official Paper of Beaton Comity.
OOBTAIXJS, OBEGOX. SETT S.'V.
WIN ANOTHER BATTLE?
In a battle that, from the stan d
pqint of number of -men -and. guns
engaged is ese of tre most im--
portant ufc.Aistoty, the - Japanese.
have again ...defeated the, Russian?.
, The battle ground was tpe , immed
iate vieinity of Liao Yang and af
( ter'the two armies,' mfsballing
I nearly half 'a inulibir men and'r.jsoo
canrion, f remained,' Rocked! a.dead
i ly. etnrace "for &. vera j3 days, .Jhe
i Russians have withdrawn to a i new
2 Position or the right bank of the
; TaWriyer: ' Meagredispatcne4 We
; to" the' effjiet that ttie crty, "f Iiao
Yane has. fallen kito, the hands of
the Japanese, and that the victory
is being-, celebrated at . Tokio with
parades and illuminations. Com
j meftt byjhe Londpn papers is. to
,$hp ;effecV.tht Kusopatk'm, , Jhe
Russian commander is in a perilous
position, utid that the final fobtcpme
may be the envelopment arid des
truction of his entire army number
ing 175,000 to 200,000 men. A
matter of even greater calamity to
:the (R;us6jan i9 partly A confirmed
iTeport that the raitroaditM.between
Mukden -Yahfe'. has"'"1 been
Critical;,i;'''- if f aoiiacu- r f s-tiha i
The attacking Japanese army" is,
a,nd from Pq9:,ooq jEunsr.f,Xhe
ftosn are fighting with a : valor ( that
amazes 'the World, '"trader genitals
wn6 tie' a'eVdatfohHo fnilitfy
experts and,ith an arill-ry serv
Ice tat Jajthe pest-the ,- wprld, has
yet .seen. ?jThe operations now.lion
at the scetie 6fc h stffifiesT have
jfea'ch'ed a crisis'. iin'd! h& 1 de'velob
inent&'qf the near - future 1 Will 1 be
Watched all over the globe "with en
grossing interest. J'
.1. 1 .!
A JJSK STORY.
. !!- j i jii.
With a Turtle in it
' - -With a Hatchet in if
. Oyer.at Elk City reqently,. Tbq?.
Callahan caught, a huge trpu un
der reraarkable. circumsiances. His
description of how it was done is
bound, to be', truthful,- for once inffia'me'1 had' made
his v out h Thomas, , with a hatchet
cut dwu ,the family cherry tree and
subseqviently made a , clean breas'
of., it, ; sayings ' It was I,.fatheri; :it
was, I that cut the cheri.y tree- with
my, .little ;, hatchet.' The. cherry
tree incident is bvlieved to be the
second instance of the kind on re
cord, and that is.why it is general
ly -.. believed, i around (Elk; jtythat
Thomas', account (Of how be caught
? iW-Jnch trout is strictly Jr,ae,
although, spme of the derails, indi
atjeitbjat'he s.l,'inay baye, een
frying to,clinjt S tree,,atthemoniant
Peter hooked it. t;... rtB -..
j A;.,nagr, remaikble, ;fislf sj story
QWffic-i; ne thati(CQnjgs, jfr,m
Iftwaj" where thepeople.) are all.ot
unimpeachable 1 yeracijty, , -eveiii rou
thq subj.cjt ?f;. fishing.;,- The -dis-i
pa(cb) descjibirig the ipcidant is as
f.OUpWS:; . ;1,SC 4 ,- j ( 3:5, ' iw !
jiWa.B5;jvi fivers t are.ry low
at thjs tiipe.iof ,-tha year ud,sao.d
barsi ; js.'arijds 3aad wing danis.. are
high andidry , The big-fish, espec
ially., talong .the t Mississippi,) ,nd
themselves pocketed? , jr intr ?-;c ,
.tA.:Jattnch owner yilxo, lives, near
Dubuque, says without a emije that,
he saw, a turtle ; that , he .estimated
n;ust ti.aye weighed about seventy
five pounds, and which was in size
about 20 by 30 inches, making
regular trips over a sandbar with
something on its back, and in order
to further ioves'.igate he moved his
boat up as close as he could without
running onto the end. of the bar.
He waited for aSfew minetes.whea-
he saw the turt&! coirunijli up
south side of the, bar? with. th&e-J
fish on hisf bacc h0ld,ingr:ijni wth.'
their nectoraVfift'R'The intirtiiw
was made across the bar, when the
turtle and his passengers, Centered
.1. r . - ' Tv - . ,
lueir uaiive cinncnt anu disappear
ed. The launch owner .presumes that
the fish-ate . all -Ihel minnows: and
other small fry , and were then be
ing taken I to .a new "feeding ground
by the kind turtle.
i S.-X '
Ia hereby given that ou and after Sep
xo, 1904, the City Delivery Company un
der an agreement with the merchants,
will not deliver any feed on Saturdays.
Robinson t Birrell,tPn)ps.'
HIS FOOT GONE.
Took it off Accidental
charge of.Shqtgnir Cansed.-the
atcGedrge' lies lit his home just
across the ferry from Corvallis,
with one foot crone. Tire ' nf&tx&cnri-
was amputated at ? e ankle" -ggTOS d
ing. The amputation was made
in r-WMTiif V.ff rftlsea country. She arrived in
in wbich.the contents of aysh
wf&p>te 1 in the; footf isrti
Mr. GeorgeT resides with his fam
ily in one of the houses just beyond
the Corvallis ferry I- He formerly
resided in Corvallis,' where he' own
ed property bat whichJhe disposed
of sometime ago, and purchased
the property - where he now resides.
He is about 55 years of age, and
has a family. , "1
Mrl George had been engaged to
serve as nightwatdh'-at- the! Beach
hop yard. .. His duties 1 wferei to be
gin Thursday eveniago j After sup
per, he took his shot gun and went
to the hop house. The gun, he
leaned against the wall in one, corT
ner, and started to" walli .across the
room.' -V Almost ' immediately,',' the
gun fell' to thefiobt',. and the fall
discharged it. ' The entire .contents
pissed into the left fotitX mangling
it beyond repair. . ;
"'Bf lttcky charice a little nephew
flapb&ied'tb: be1 . 1 with '"Ms George,
at TiHe'time. and nfe ' was ' sebt:' at
oncil'iil&inmbii helt s,rjs,. ,Rr-
..ui.sr 5i . in
'li t 5U- H'f. ' " rjr.
And the Contents Origin of the Final a
low anna - f.- JdJ j.si
The"house dn the "farifl of At N.
Locke; - hofth -6f sGoirvallispsb-:
gether With its contents; was berri
ed to- the ground Thursday evening.
Tha house is the i first1 bri this 'Side
of the Mountain View schdol House
and was "occupied by Andrew
Rickard, a bachelor 'Mrl :5Pickard
hid been absent throughout the
day, and there was ot? ' so ' fer as
known, anyone in the vicioUy when
the fire started. -The nearest neigh
bor is Robert Wy lid1. 'who'Was'flrst
to discover the flame3.s ' -'That : was
abtint six1 o'clock1 in the ' evening.
He gave the alar ni immediately-by
use of the rural telephone lines and
within' a! comparatively short time
a dozen ' irien were on the" 'scene. f- -'
- The arrival of help was;' "how
ever,' too-late to b of servicvThe
too great 'head-
Way, and: the efforts of neighbors
was confined to prevent a further
spread.'"-' ' ;:fi:;- ''! 1 :i '
The building was an ordinary
farm dwelling, a story' and 'at ' half
highland to replace it' cow 1 would
cost f8oo:bf more:' ; It s was. 'built
about 2ears go. It ' iyf .' '.in
shred in a Saft Francisco' Company
for $$bo o'f ?4y. ; Mfi- -tocke.the
owner, resides in CorValiis'; J '
' The loss of the" contents: all of
which' were destrov'ed; far noP gf:kt:
Mr. R ii-fard is a;pkchelof ahd. ; his
furniIriinrs'are''not 'as1 ieitens'ivecas
are' usual liilk crtaVitrv bom?.' The
VOiUClS pciuctps UUUC1 pzuu? , uu
ih61uding a sum 6t ' money wMich
was n. theouse at . tjjf, time; "" but
tlie 'anio'unt J6f which' has ".'peen
discovered bv'Mr-'AVvlie. wasfri6-
tWed 6 iie on the; west J iidef the:
An incident' or the afternoon is;
thejfact ihat a- tramp, Icarrying a
bundje, 'passed' s? the Wj-lier'hotnf
from t,he direption i oi , the. ,.'. JIjQcke
ho use, about . an fhpnr before , the'Ere,
was.di5co.veref:f, e ;was'4 walking
fa'st,,ard appealed' to , be- "great
naste, . reopie laminar . witn , tne
fact, are wondering if, the.' ipreserjee
of the travelerin thej,'. yicinity "1 ta
anything? to do v,;th thelbiaze.
ackrbacsei,' Socket day
SooJith'aFtober band'at one end,
anuoniaBwig iirresQipg accounts
of vaue,attoner. Please
leave aVSJT B?:orrflgs grocery
.e Renders the bile more .'fluid 'arid thus
relps the blood to flow; ita fiords prompt
.hlief from biliousness, indigestion, sick
and nervous headaches, ind the over in
dulgence in food and drink. Herbine
acts quickly, a.ddse after weal will bring
the patient into a good condition after
a few days. - - I- - -
G. t. CaldweHAsrt." M. Kr'and T. R.
R., Checotab, Ind. Ten, writes April 18,
1963 . 'tl was sick with ;nlaraeiment of
the liver and spleeu. The doctors did
me-no good and I had giwn up all hope
of heiug cured.-wfien my druggist advis
ed me to use Herbine. .It has made
mo sound and welL" 50c. Sold by Gra
ham & Wortha?'. :&f- .,
uui auu rana were, iti(u anu al
ter a'o ' exkmuiat,io'nV the-1 ptatvan'
of tbVfoof. Wai1'reSored ' fe."v Mrs.
PEELED HER CHITTIH.
He was her Hired Man H Soli the
Bark and Skinped With Proceeds.
a..f: ' i: h
A case ofJaCeged jfrau4- in jthe
chittim buskiessis reportebyiMrs
J. F. RicharrJson of Port'and, who
3UaidsoTr is hereetf j'acdjg to
counts, themctim xt T. the ' 'fraud.
Corvallirf rom Portland ' a dasgfjr
two ago;' and immediately made-m-quiry
fot a -fewyer: i-'She 5aidhat
she owned a tSmbef claim oyetc in
Alsea, on which fberewas i-a: bbn-
isideiable giowth'Ofithittim."'' She
had hired a' man to peel the; bark
for ier, and for' somefitae she had
beeB unable to hear fronw himiThe
assistance Of a local lawyer -wase-cured,
and MfisVRiehardsonlt at
Oaise for Als-'a. i : There i arr 2 investl;
gatiotf of. the i4ctsi wak made!, : and
yesterday "Mrs 'Richardson' was
again in Corvallis." '1""' taia:
s e The' Alsea- inqairy 1 -'tkrveloped the
fact that thfe faired man had pealed
nd dried a large-amount of bark
a the' lady's timber iclaimv; that
some timfe aBoi.phe had;? sold : it i to
Wade Malone, and'-that- he' "had
thereafter disappeared from the !A1-
ea eountry.c:Ther valtte!jf: f'the
baik, aodording' to' all' accounts was
between $600 and f 700. .
MrSaRichardsbnu left yesterday
noon' for Albany-to roofltinoe' he?
iestigatioiist ' The" hire d '( marl is
ftamed Brryi ind be- hails i: from
the vicinity Portland; v'i ThiB s is
aftothef casein -which -the - exper
ience of Portlanders'WhlStake1 'tim
ber claims in the interior is ct eck-'
ered and altogether uncertain.
s-35 Jtf MIDNIOfiT FIRfiP '
f.y-i t-acai isn't--;- t ..1 i ,vaax.
fcOt--' iff ) ,f!8V?E :ip.-. ! i-
u'i 1: oi W4ea4ai(;SIi8afe lew its
', ednfisdiy" njgtit tmt, destroyed1
old (ibuildpg at thje sotithwe?t1
corner qik w.asn;nt.on1aija,,.i?jn
street, fogethef w.Hh itSjCetenjof
aD ui eign-jr tons , or paeq... .nay.'
The fire was discoetedisticrtly bs-
jjbreeleyen.o'Qlqck.YancJ. hati gained
ucn, headway betore, the depart
jhent arrjlveol tat both the building
and. thpj contpatsVareJa, tofal Jos
Te building was.Ovned. by '.',p,
Starr, and the .hay , by i Julian Mc
adden. The hay j , was', valued '.at
p j.oob, ai wascinsu'ed fo.joo-.
The loss on,ithe'1.buii.ding;rn.as,npt
covered by ,insuranpe an,d wi t be
only nominal, as thstructure, was
pf but, small, value., t. V;j(J ", ,.,n ..
-. The general theory, ot th,e,, origin
of the fire is that it. wast set by' an
incendiary,'. , , Twenty minutes, , or ,so
befqj-e , the- blaze was discpve,red,
Frank Thrasher . passed, the. place,
aodajt that time nothing suspicious
was observable. $ r -He .went tot hds
home a short distance., away . and
retired to be , awakened j;shortly af
terward by the fire alarm. , He hur
ried ,tp the spot, -and.;, even .,, thus
wly, every parj.of te,iBsideiqf,the
Kpin wasjenyejpped in flames, ; Show-
lng; that ritimust ,pave .been . staffed
sirnultanepusly in?; several : parts, .pf
the; room ! oth; flay, and ,building
burned, like tinderj ap4 ttidf5a fire
iSrjliot 4ir.ift'i4bat rt.he ifirf de
artaaenijwas enable, fq gave even.a
:eqtpion ptjthe ppming-.oQjients.,
i :,.Gora.Qfl ha,tftjaf ijiXliS.e'sBuw
styleinstn. j At lie's. pCOt i ; :
iiu i fo-iif r I..- ininih i-4 on. tv-w t
Is None itToo Goodj
itn rac-m ra ? t tfttjn -21 ;
., 'dheBSoUiareA drikipfi,- ..1 :
'a.3;dCoffeef- ?iu Jaour! good:; '
'''Umtth td heM'tbe3 Sole '"f-'M
,! 1 ' Ag!ency::foV tBS vfam6u9", B '
We have all- the grades. from ;,2oc
per pound to the shightst priced.
Coffee Bold by this-celebrated ' firm.
; Give Us a TriaJ Order';;
for one of their Coffees arid you
l - r will use it exclusively . (
'.. ; -. i.i ?!';: li:- f -ii i i.n;
Groceries, Grockery & Stoneware
At for Libby Gut, Glass70
E. R. Bryson,
HIS COMING TRIAL.
Mnch Interest Here in Outcome of Crtf-
, field's Case in a Portlaai Court. I
S-eonsidecable iritirest is fftlt here.
hs the aDDBdachineftrialod CrefEeld
Which is ttakCpTace iotvt- Por
land court early this month, the
fear is that-the rctfe wM-ptay'the"
crazy dodge and instead 01 his just
against -him in the. adultery case for.
straight and convincing, and in
such abundance .as. to make bis con
viction certain, unless he . whole
business gets sidetracked on a sen
timental theory of , lunacy. They
say the" fact that he took advantage
of the weakness bf one of his fol-'
lowers and got himself into his
present position" shows that it is not
lunacy but downright deviltry that
affects him.' "It is -also nearly cer
tain now th'jt hypnotism,, has , been
thejagenejr withwhickhe has been
able to manage'his converts" so suc
cessfully and iso fatalfy. - William
Crabtree, whbwas -with CrefHeld
in the Salvation Army, has a book
on, hypnotism that the great saint
studied perseveringly before his ad
vent as acHoly Roller. .It is also
the statement ; ot 3 Salvationt lArmy
people withiwhom hefwas associat
ed in Portland before ; he ' came. : to
Corvallis, Uiatihe:had; powers then
ast a (hypnotist. iTherei is practical
tv ax other xplanajtkm . by r. which
this insignificant ; man coutdi iain
such contnoiioveri dHtighteiSj.-as.ito
cause them to deny theird patents,
and rsach power over-rf i ves as? to
induce them- to. forswear theiriiiPwih
-marital relations, treating their, wn
husband as; n worthy andyi. jis-
vcredited strangers." o fw,i!:if ej;
i itactSithat tend, tQiconhrmiidhe
hypnotic theorp is- the news, &em
the asylumi sSbfc'IooiBditHmi; Inof
Grelfield's. victims under treatment
there, is noto encouragirig. h.it jip
welhknown that -persons j long shot
often subjected to hipnoticinfluficce
suffer mentally; which may be,3h
part,; explanation of. the j unfortun
ate; condition ot some cf; the asylum
inmates. Similar ra&rence?ii$ tatf
tribntable to the case of Mrs.i Hart
ley; for several .weeks past in camp
at Bohemia minesr. She has largely
recovered from the religious 1 der
mentia, andadmi's the Holy Roller
idea to be a mistaken onebut; she
constantly suffers from a buzzing in
the head which rcaus :s- her relatives
to feel alarmed for her, safety; f i'l
If tCreffield ;. should, . on. u a
subterfuge , of lunacy, 1 cheat ; the
penitentiary, of its long overdue
deserts, indignation! in this city
would ba ivery, much heightened.
i'i.l iK-t-.-'ii '.!- ' nupy 'A.
s-1f f n .'kh ft 'od f " i 1 t . '
.-s c ; -.Wanted: ''ii ? 3T: ;ir .
' - Bartlett pears for shiprhent. Must
be two and, a,half(chesV.in, 'diam
eter, smooth and hard. , . Will re-
Lceiye until, the 6l1o, or jth, .pf, ,,Sept.
at i?. If, depot. Price, ,75sents Jr
I. Sill; :li ' n' I
'WiJl,. Donglas.xand,te.so mens::- fine
shoes-best in the'worldbiitNolan & . Cal
Jahenj - 5 .in'ii if ' 1
i' . . 01 j ' J, tUifjS IT". . r.-'i' '
! resh" vetch and' cneat' 'e'ed st
my place five milea north 'of Cpr-
vallis. .. "
Ti TTTTi tQi . i - V
,.Bpp;Pickers -Wjantjed. j
1 1 ji
- Inrfuire"'at City- :kestaant.""5
iclntsper Boy.':'' m'Sftig: 3-;
coBuatniuai 5 in t . j ixattTi tail:
"Ml. '.' . I i TFTJ T0V '
:..(-- :.!( i, it For5pal??Ui.f tn i
7 fir0o feetfef picket' '"fWoefofe.1' '-Ibqtffre
oi W M Crre3 613 Sfd streefv5' "
-.1 x;i ;f v For Sadei .-,cs;iJ
lia Ae.ld gr,"uh .oak, w.ood' eawid; J6 in
IODg,;Qne s.eqocd hand, wagon, 3M axel
o.ne.: shorg hpf 9 coWj-aodiCne Jep3ey
cow. Cm or4e from, Corvallla on
telephone, .oi; . t ! . .;t;i;: ;
i.nv-.-.vK . ' r- XklVBraoke.
i; From the pasture -of Wiley Win
kle on July 27th, a bald faicedj two
year old, steel gray! filly; Has' two
white hind feet ad whit'el spot on
right side.: -Will pay a i reasonable
reward' for information that) will
lead 'ito recovery.'! .' i jiwaicc:
-.i-.-.-) i 1 i" . Wv;H. Wilson !
1 hp i M u . :. s i'j.'KctAlsea,- Ore.
.... Physician and Surgeon-Philomatb,-Oregon.
'-When Kolan and Callahan say rem
ats they mean' it. ' ' ' '
JJlaCkledge keeps large assortment of
sebttoitheyluniii Thesev im V-'
srrtor ttt-Luuw 3a 11 that themuCTeei
matting. " ' , . . ' , . ',
- - ,., - . - . THE C'-OTHES .T-AHING YH!S LABEL1 '
ifjfs mxili: h
J r We wish every5 foune
make it a.ppint,to personally visit this store and see for him
self the unusual excellence and smart nature of these clothes-
AT5TTT A T: .1
)) at A m-ci
I pt" JZ'
1L -rtp. a Trr?-Tlin
-.--'. 4 5' i
better nabiscos of
iMait: '-Telephone :dr
F ff. WW-" W-i'. - i i W5?--.i.v- " - A p.
.fe Such as 'ftressWs1;'' 'Chiffionersl sideboards Settees
Planus ana many tmier useiui
found at Hollenbarg"& 'Cady8
. Come.,eaJ5lyand;avoidj'.thfj rush.., Wej make pres
right and guarajctteej gatisfactjon Tf refund y.our money, l&ta
o,new goods jjamind this weefe.'
THE LEADING FURNITURE HOUSE
.'From The, Celebrated Sunset
Creamery Company." Highest
price paid for Batter fat, Eggs etc.
281 ist Street Portland, , Oregon.
Phone Main' 52. u 1 " ' "
X -u U 'ov ---tr..j:.
' ' CURES SCIATICA.
ev. W. 1. Kiley, L. L.,D-Cuba,New
York, writes: "After 15 dava aoi exervt
dating pain from sciatic rheumatism, un
der various treatments, I was induced to
try Ballard's SBOw.iI4niment. the first
application giving my first relief and the
second lentiireliefvca ngiye.it .nnonal
ifie fewi5mradatron." - 25c, 50c, fr.
Sold by Graham AWortham. .
-t am Here" " '
For quick and safe delivery, . Call on
1 John. Lenger, Phones 483 or 306. .'
man in this communitv would
,(Siii.nfivoaTftll VinaaT Cinv
Pickles TaU kinds.! - But V
stop, try them- you'll want
ar Bandies are fresh
and delicious. If you
don't believe it try our
30c a lb. French canly
When vou entertain?
y ------ 'i
do it properi - Our Juie'fC
send "your' order
anu uery aninm rn nr.
grand , , --
For SafeT -
' ' Vetch; clover, oats, wheat and timothy
hay, 100 cords of grnb oak wood sawed
in 16 inch lengths, order early before the
after harvest advance' prices. One fresh
Jersey cow: Can order-fromCorvallis oB
telephone. , - .-. , .,
Get your camping outfits such as tents,
cots and stools at Hollenberg & Cady's
To read, good books? We have
jtist received 500 ( volumes of . , cholce
readi'ng from Chicago which we' will sell '
at prices that are right. , .r ?
, i. i, , -' - Graham & Wells, 1
DnJggistg & Booksellers.