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-.You are Invited
7 (.- ." TO CALXi ' .
, AIVD INSPECT OIJR
Ladies Jackets, '
Misses Jackets, '
From one of the leading Cloak
Houses in the United States; Sv-
Jlaue fso eiud
A big spipment of Gents Suits,
Overcoats and Shoes. '
r See the goods, get the prices and
it will pay you. . , ....
Fine Light Sample Rooms.
J. Hammel, Prop.
'- Leading Hotel in Gorvallis. Recen tlj opened.5 ; New :
brick building. Newly furnished 7 with modern' con-
veniences. Furnace Heat, Electric. Lights, Fire J3s-.i
capes. Hot and cold water on every floor. Fine single;
rooms. Elegant suites. Leading house in the Willam-:
Rates: $1.00, $1.25 and $2.00ler dayr "r "
interests then to support by pecu
niary aid the party controlling - the
government. . . This is corruption
organized on a national Bcale.
"The . idea that a nation in its
THE REAL ROOSEVELT FAL-1ealie with other nations, is not
oouoa py me moral, coae recogniz
ed between man' and man is in the
highest , degree dangerous to a de
mocracy, because it insideouely con
f uses the popular conscience as to
moral standards or obligations in
LEN FAR FROM IDEAL.
"Citizens Must . Consider That the
Real and Not the Legendary !
Roosevelt Will Be Presi
dent, if Elected," Says
- Carl Schurz.. '
"An ounce of preven
tion is worth a pound
Prevent any abnormal
condition of the eyes by
properly fitted glasses
and you'll prevent at the
same time years of mis
ery and pain.
E. W. S. PRATT,
, ; ; - .The Jeweler and Optician, -,
.Pioneer Gun Store.;.
Hunters Supplies, Tisbing Cackle,
SEXG IACHIXE EXTRAS " : ' '.
Stock ol 6 Bodes at Big Bargain
New York, Oct. 5. New York
World: There are two Roose'Velts
in the field the ideal,' the legenda
ry Roosevelt, as be once' appeared,
and as many people imagine him
still to be, and the real Roosevelt as
he has since developed. '.7 There arei,.
no doubt, many good citizens who
thing of voting for Roosevelt, hav
ing the legendary Koo3evelt :iu-
mind, bat they will do well to con
aider that if elected the real Roose
velt will be president."; i . , : m
r. ThiB ia the keynote of a 15,000
word letter written by Carl Schurz
to the Parker-Independent Club and
made public .yesterday. Mr. Sahurz
wrote it to 'supply the place, of
speeches which he has been asked
from all sides to make. ' Translated
into half a dozen' languages', more
than a million copies of the letter
are to be spread broadcast over the
country, : . - v Ia 'V '
- "It was said of President Cleve
land," Mr. Schurz writes, "that
good citizens loved him for the en
emies he had made. I apprehend it
will be said of President Roosevelt
that we have to distrust him for t be
friends he has made. : It is an ex
perience as old - as the world that'
the friendship of good men is freely
given where deserved, but that the
friendship of the wicked haB its
price." ' ' ' .. 7-7.7 ., i,
l Mr. Schurz declares that rthe re
publican patty. is.no longejr.te.par.
tj of liberty and human rights or
the party -'of moral ideas." As
lone as it was he voted its ticket.
"It is more and more becoming the
partv of rich men, who. want to be
come through it still richer," he
He riddles President Roosevelt's
recent declaration in his letter of
acceptance that protection ia the
preserver of prosperity and high
wages for the workingman. "The
boabt that the great advances of this
country m wealth and prosperity
were owing to the republican policy
of high protection is simply a slan
der on the American people," he as
serts. ' : ' " ' '-" '
"The idea that this . country, of
all 'known countries the richest in
natural Teeources, .with its labor the
most intelligent, energetic and pro
ductive in the world, should need
the .' highest protective . tariff 'ever
enacted in any civilized country to
make our industries go aud to save
our people from ruin and starva
tion, is to wildly preposterous that
I do not understand how any self
respecting man can utter it." '
'"And yet that id 'what weTiave '
the higheet protective tariff of any
.civilized' country -a tariff which
would have made Hamilton and
Henry Clay stare in blank amaze
ment. And this mere statement
"brands as equally preposterous the
other audacious pretense to the it
eration of which, I regret to say,
the president bas recently -again
lent himeelf that this - tariff is
needed, ' or that it is one of its
main purposes, simply to offset, in
favor of the American laboring man,
the difference - between American
and foreign wages. No subterfuge
could be more shameless."
Mr.;Schurz lays down these prin
ciples: . i - ----
"The government of this repub
lic must be a government of law,
not a government Of adventure.
"It must be a government for the
general benefit, not a government
of favor for the promotion of special
"There never was a political par
ty in a democracy:" however virtu
ous it may have been at the etart,
that was not by long possession of
power more or less corrupted , and
made arrogant and arbitrary. : : '
"The things most dangerous to this
republic ara excessive party spirit,
corruption, and false patriotism,
which is another name for national
vanity, or greed under the guise of
"Of all agencies of corruption the
farthest reaching and the most gen
erally demoralizing- is a system of
policy by which the government
deals out benefits of pecuniary val
ue to special interests, those favored
OA J-llUga. V ..... ; .... f
, worship ot wealtK, 'or force, of
power or '.of . mere success, wheh--er
right or wrong,, is in a democra
cy one of .the mo.-t malignant dis
tempers of the popular mind one
of the prolific.sourcsa of anti-democratic
tendencies. ' '-7, 7 , , ; i
"Tbe degree of economy in the
public expenditures may be taken
as the barometer of honesty la the
public service, A lavish adminis
tration will, alwajs run 7 into cor
ruption." . " , jr.j i ,
, . Oo protection, Mr. Schurz writes:
."The more I study the history of
our Economic development the more
I bacome convinced that this coun
try would have by this time been
Just as rich .and prosperous as it is
naa that development beso permit
ted a take its natural course with
out -any artificial protection. ; It
would oe healthier, too, as the hu
man body. js .healthier when brought
up not, on medicinal stimulants,
but upon natural food. The die
tributioo of the product and accum
ulated wealth would probably have
been different, too, and very likely
more wholesome." 7 . '7
, The word 'robbery" in describ
ing protection may be crude, but it
io not unjust, he asserts. ' 7 i
. "It ia indeed time that the Amer
ican people open their eyes to the
meaning of those notorious facts:
A large number of manufacturing
establishments, as well as their al
lied interests, receive : from the gov
ernment favors or benefits of great
moiaey value in the ehape of. protec
tive tariff legislation. ..The politic-
DR. DARRIN TALKS
ON DEAFNESS A PARTIAL
; LIST OF PATIENTS CURED
r BY THE CELEBRATED r
- SPECIALIST FOLLOWS. . . "
-7 '7. ',- .'.. :-.!. 1 ' if i- v.
' "It is from the throat ' that the
citadel of the heariog is taken." J : ;
' The mucus- membrane -lining : Of
the throat lines also ': the passages
to the ears the Eustachian- tubes..
' - SAVED HIS LIFE.; -
J. W- Davenport, Wingoi Ky. writes,
Jane 14, 1902: -'I want to tell yoa I be
lieve Ballard's Snow Liniment saved my
life. I was under the treatment of two
doctors, and they told me one of my
lungs was entirely gone, and the -other
badly affected. I also had a lump ia my
side. , I don't think I could have lived
over two months longer. I was induced
by a friend to try Ballard's Snow Lini
ment The. first application gave, me :
great relief; two fifty cent bottles cured
me sonnd arid well. It ia a wonderful
medicine and I recommend it to suffering"
humanity. 25c, 50c, fi.oo. Sold by
Graham & Vfrrtham, ., ,1.
. Seed For Sale.
When disease sets up in the throat
it is finely to extend into tne n;ua-. veico nay, apenz, ungnsn rye
tachian tubes.- -.-.,:: rs c.fc t 'grass seed. second-hand waeon
- The 'fame conditions that "cause axle 3 1-4. ' '1 Kitelsman n, woven
swelling or inflammation, or. the se- .wire fence machine. 1 gang plow;
cretion ol thicK-and heavy mucua ' 15 coraa oik wood. . - ibese
in the throat cause the same effect
in the ear tubes. '
arparty "whfch7 . whenis7in poirgxi
confers these benefits of great mon
ey value, turns to the interests so
benefitted for pecuniary aid to sup
port it in its efforts to keep Itself in
power, or 1 1 regain power if it had
temporarily lost it." -The protected
interests give to' the political par
ty that pecuniary aid, of course, on
the understanding that they con
tinue to receive the. old , or greater
fave of money value from the gov
ernment through the instrumental'
itjr of the political party in queEtion,
THE BEST DOCTOR.
Rev. B. C. Horton, Sulphur Springs,
Texas. rites, July 19, 1899. "I have
used in my family Ballard's Snow Lini
ment and Horenouna syrup, ana. tney
have proved certainly satisfactory. . The
liniment is the best we have ever used
for headache and pains. The cough syr
up has been our doctor for tne last eignt
years." 25c, 50c, ti.oo. Sold by - Gra
ham & Wortham. -
Cures Winter Cough.. 7 ; r: !
T. S.'.Gdver. lor N. Main St.. Ottawa
Kan., writes: "Every fall it has been
my wife's trouble to catch a severe cold.
and therefore to coush all winter long.
Last fall I got for her a bottle of Hore
houad Syrup She used it and has been
able to sleep ' Boondly all night long.
Whenever the coush troubles her; two or
three doses stops the cough, and she 11
able to be up and well." 25c, so, 451.00
Sold by Graham & Wortham.
This Name is Given to Some Turtles
, and Other Animals.
The giant turtles which are found
along the Atlantic coast and frequently
Jtx southern waters In great numbers
are Known as loggerheads. They com.
moirfy attain a weight of 1,600 pounds,
are rapid swimmers and are often seen
far from land, floating asleep upon the
waves. . ,
Carnivorous by nature these huge
tortoises feed on crabs and fish, espe
cially on a large species of conch, which
they break open with their massive
Jaws. ' The flesh of this terrapin Is
leathery and oily, with a strong smell
of musk. Xonng specimens are more
palatable and are. often on sale In the
markets. - 7 '- ' ' 1
A duck, as large as our goose, which
Is native, of the shores of Tlerra del
Fnego and the Falkland isles is also
called loggerhead, from Its seeming
stupidity and helplessness. ' " "
In the West Indies this name is also
given to two or three sorts of fly
-- "." ' To Huntere. : ; ,
All persons are hereby ; warned
not to tretpiss on our lands, sit
uated 8 miles south of Corvallie,
either by hunting or otherwise. .
. ' T. W. B.Smith. 4
J. G". Smith. -
' ' Phsryngitis, Laryngitis, Rhinitis,'
Tonsiiitis, Bronchitis and all .the
many diseases anecung the mem
brane of the throat may result in
deafness or discharging ears: - : ' 1 .
s bcarlet fever, Diphtheria. Typhoid
fever, produce inflammation of the
throat which often extends to- : the
ear tubes and causes deafness. 1 -
It is neceseary to use an entirely
different treatment; one that, will
reach the seat of the- Inflammation
in the ear tbes themselves and
that can be done' byelectricity.
Head noisesftndicate a condition
of impaired .bearing' or that, the
hearing is going to fail.
Whenever ; the treatment has
gained an influence over head nois
es, it is a certain sign that restora-i
tion of hearing will soon take place.
Nearly ' every ' case of ' deafness
caused by disease in the Eustach
ian tubes cau be cured by the prop
er use of electricity and medicines
if skillfully applied." 7,
The following list ot people cured.
and benefitted. t in this vicinity
should be convincing 'proof of the
superiority of -electricity over the
Judge J. J., Whitney, - Albany,
deafness and ringing noises in the
ear. . ' ' S . , .'
L., W. Moenoh, corner 4th and
Main streets, Albany, rheumatism.
stomach arid liver trouble. v
Mrs. Nettie Dempsey, Waterloo,
Or., catarrh and ulcers of the nose.
W. W... Parish, Sodaville, Or.
deafness cured. .
J. L. Oxford, Brownsville, Or.
deafness cured in ten minutes,'
Mrs. Pet Crabtree, residing at
Urabtree Ur., rheumatism ana ca
Mrs. N. E..01in, 508 1st street,
Albany, deafness, kidney and blad
der troubles. . "
P. A. Racey, Jefferson, Or.,
deafness cured 10 years ago. No
return of it.
D. F, Weet, . PJainviow, Or.,
chronic catarrh, stomach and kid
ney troubles of 15 years standing,
Henry Bruer, Turner, Or.',' deaf
ness and discharging ears cured. J
Misa D. G... Roddick, Lebanon,
Or., discharging ears, restored .
Mrs. Dora Hadlev, Sodaville, Or.,
discharging ears, constipation, and
,G. W. Benight, 105 Pine street,
.Mayor S. Tomlinson, of Wood
burn, rheumatism and generally
run down, cured 11 years ago.
Miss Irene Ashford, of . Salem,
discharging ear cured..
Hundreds of others might be men
tioned who do not want their names
published. , . ,
DR. DARRIN S PLACE OF BUSINESS.
Dr. Dirrin can be consulted' free
at the-new Hotfl Corvallis, Corval
lis", Or., from 10 to 5 o'clock daily ;
evenma 7 to 8, bunday 10 to 21
The doctor makes a specialty 'of
all diseases of the eye, ear, nose and
throat, catarrh, deafness, bronchitis,
Ia grippe, heart, liver, bladder and
kidney diseases, or those who suffer
from apathy and indifference; also
genito-urinary and skin diseases in
either sex, such as blood - taints,
seminal weakness and lost vigor,
varicoceles and stricture, i v .
Jill curable ; chronic diseases
treated at $5 a week,' or in that
proportion of time as the case ' may
require. The poor treated free, ex
cept medicines,: from .10 to 11
daily. -No case published except
by permission of the patient. All
business relationswith Dr Darrin
strictly confidential. Electrical ap
pliances furnished. One visit is
desirable, though many eases can
be treated by hornet treatment by
writing symptoms. Eyes tasted and
glasses -fitted. -! : 7 , . '-: ; - :
This is the second visit of the
head of the Portland firm of Dr.
Darria to this city.
oargains in t machinery, are
nearly as good ' as new, except
wagon, and can order from Cor
vallis by telephone. -i
; ir L, L. Brooks.
, Philomath . Items. 7,
A new millinery anit r dressmak
ing establishment has -.' opened
one door west of the. poe'i office with
a select stock of goods, Mra. Truitt,
proprietor. l" -
' ProL WilHani Wvatt; whrf is at
tending Stanford University, has
been very, skk, but is now improving-
. :. . , ,s , s .
. At the last meeting of - the - city
council, Mr. Ambler was elected
mayor to fill the unexpired term of
Mr. Bui nap, who , resigned and
moved to Corvallie. - 1 -
Frank. Bennett and family, from
Polk county, Nebraska, 'who have
been visiting' George Bennett, of
Philomath, returned home on Mon
day, favorably impressed , with Or
egon. Mr. benoett mar sell his
farm in Nebraska and move to Or
gon. :.(-. v. -i t..-;
George'Leeper is building a house
on Main street for a photograph
gallery and ex pects" to be ready via -
business in a lewaays. , r
Ed " Allen met a bear - and two
cubs while out hunting last - week.'
He brought home one of the cubs
but the other two escaped. - ".
Notice to Creditors.- 7 !l
Notice Is hereby clven to all Deraons th'at
the undersigned has been Appointed guardian
of i the estate of James W. Dunn, deceasedby
the county court of theState of Oregon, for Ben
ton county ana nas quaunea. All persons
having claims against said estate are hereby
notified to present the same, to the undersign
ed at the office ot W. 8. McFadden 1st ;NaUoual
.KanK Duuamg, uorvaiua, Oregon, amy veri-
ned witnin six montns irom tnis- aaw. Dated
Sept 14, 1904.
.. . js,. jjunii,
Guardian ot said Estate.
'' "Summons. ' ' 7
- : : ' m . .:.',--?
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon
for the County of Jenton. ,,
Ella Tyler, Plaintiff, . . - - , .
Howard Tyler, Defendant . , .
To Howard Tyler, above named defendant,
in the name of the State of Oregon, you are
hereby required and commanded to appear
and answer the complalut filed against' you In
the above entitled suit in said , court on or be
fore Monday the 28th day of November, 1904, and
If you fall so to appear and answer the plain
tilt will take a decree against yoa for the relief
demanded In complaint herein, towlt: -
, A decree dissolving the marriage contract
now existing between you and the plaintiff and
tor the care and custody of Homer Tyler and
Frank Tyler, the issue of said marriage, by the
plaintiff and further decreeing her the costs
and disbursements of this suit against' yon.
This summons Is published by order of the
Hon. Virgil . Walters, County judge of Benton
County,Oregon duly made on September 12,
1904, in and by which order it Is prescribed
that this summons be published in the iGorval
lis Times, for six consecutive ' and successive
weeks. The date ot the first publication ot this
summons Is Sept 17, 1904. '
Attorney for Plaintiff,
Gorvallis & Eastern
Time Card Number 22.
Train leaves Albany. .. ....12:45 P-
- ' ' " Corvallis. 145 p. m
"t arrives Yaquina 5-40 p. m
Leaves Yaquina........... 7:15
.... 6.U0 p.
.6:50 a. m
.il:i5 a. m
Arrives Albany ... .
For Detroit:' r
Arrives Detroit. . . . .
4 from Detroit:
Leaves Detroit . . . . .
Train 'Na i arrives in Albany in time
to connect with S P south bound train,
as well as giving two or three hours in
Albany before departure 01 o r. norm
Train Xo 2 connects with the S P trains
at Corvallis and Albany giving direct ser
vice to Newport and adjacent beaches.
Train 3 for Detroit, Breitenbush and
other mountain resorts leaves Albany at
I :oo p. m. , reaching Detroit at 6:00, giv
ing ample time to reach the Springs the
same day. - . ...
For further information apply to
, ... -, Edwin Stonb,
'-t'--- "7 ' 'T" '"- -.' - Manager.
H. H. Crordse, Agent Corvallis.
Thos. Cockrell, Agent Albany.