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;; CQRVALUS, OREGON. MAY 13, 1905.
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one given to each home. - We have- an "immense
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Seven tne jsew Baiue oaips.y
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Rates: $1 .00, $1.25 and $2.00 per day.
HOT LIKE SAILORS
commander expected to find the ne
cessary orders for effecting a junc
tion v-th Rojestveneky and revictu-
aiiiug cis iieev. . fxa was aanau . at
sea fcv'a'5cout belonging to the Rus
sian becfind Paeifi5quadron, which
communicated t(f hica France's-rde-
eire that the junction of i theSRus
sian squadrons should' occur ", out
side of- lode-Chinees waters..' -,Ne
bogatof Jhen disappeared oa'the
open soaf sailing; toward th&Secoad
is awaMog aS the Annarja coa?t.'
': c V&teitch Watets."'
News' Hoa Koce correspoaaeot
cables thastwo colhers arrived there
today f from -Honkohe Bay, - where
tney delivered 4000 tone of coal to
the Russian Beet. Aaofficer of one
of these 1 vessels, ' the" Nevuneblin,
said to tbaT)aily ISews'-correspQnd-
ent that the Russian veE8ei8are ;n
pond trim an i JikeiV, if : well hand
led. ta firive the Japaiiese more than
thev baraained. - lor an.- omcer
of another vessel said:
"The - Russians have" stven fine
new battleships and a: dozen torpe
do hoata in Kankohe Bay, "Their
p.rflws. howaver.1ne not like sailors
Thev are lazsrul preter to smote
and drink. - fbe mostly consist of
reserves who were torceato leave
home against, their inclination.
Thev are ignorant jtnd istupid'and
have no knowledge of theij destina
tion or th&.object of tbeir'BruiseiVit
is difficult dt conceive- how Russia
hones to win with snch""materiaW-
Thfi nffinerB ot these TieBeeia caer-
ed $5 -a bottle for .whisky--dae
sailort -pegged for, -whisky,, tobacco
and other luxuries. 'The ships are
well armed and coaling at the- rate
of 250 tons a day. The, warships
cojild. not swing .theirgu'ns In order
to nermit coaling to be done. repe-
ditiouslv. The fleet lieswitnin two
miles of the shore in ..Jbiee. lines
The torpedo boats ate witbiii half a
mile of tne shore... , ,
f- Marcu-ettel K-a-a., 5ia"y 9.-iTwen'
ty'jjf asfwmastfre known to hav,e
hpeft-Rwisa and ovr na.wera m-J
)arL(va Jornada, the most' dlsaB-K'N Oklahoma City, .0. T
SWEPT "BY, -TORNADO
FIVE HUNDRED - DEAD",AND
MINJURED HALF OF POP-.--.
V. ULATION GONE.'
Snyder, Oklanoaia, DenioUthed ia
'fan Instant Twenly'Jibe Kill-,,.--'
yAk Marquette.; KanT, " by -"7v
Furious Tprnado-" -i
Other Towns Struck..
trons'ip Xvla hittjry of Central Kan- Telephone reports", from Hobart,
s as,- w b'J cb s wept over, this portion i Okla., indicate that the entire town
of the fci.ate at midnight. One large
lection -401' Marquettef -where the
prktGipSE loss of life occurred' was
entireiyiwi pedant.", - Reports from
(hi sur-landing couptry- show- that
the Cde ruction tov lift? srieciallv.
.wafjaw". jespread',. ancf "the '--list ,of
dead ai3 iniuredJa growing .con-
fltautl j A storeroom has been cop
veriea HOtov lempurary iuurgao,
ajvd at -7:30, "i4 , dead bodies had
been liroughfc lb. "Following the
storia 5be utmost confusion prevail
ed, a's si it will b9some time before
in aui'jai eittsub ot' mo eiuiut .10
known'.-i-- V . .
,.Vhoa' daylight broke over the
towD-i found the entire population
in k siM of panicJ. Tbe tornado
formed three miles "south of Mar
quette and did not, spend its force
until l baq ; passed many miles
horth'f f-tha towm' In Marquette
the residence,, portion we6t'of the
main'itreet suffere'd the particular,
daDQage. ; -The 'houses in the course
of thel tornado 'were, - with two " or
three exceptions, completely wreck
ed. . liV thi.B section" there were a
number -of modefn residences, of
which only pne,"was left standing,
The Swed'eh Lptheran and Metho
dist churches .were among tbe'-flist
buildi- gs etrnck, kod tfcey,-together
wit i the'parsoaa ge, adjoining the
tuTrh piiT an d telephone . wires
of Snider, O. T., was . destroyed by
a tornado. A train, of doctors, nurs
es and otner ' assistants' is Baid to
have, left Hobart forJSnyder.
; The wires are reported down . be
tween Snyder 4nd other neighbor
ing towns aad all communication
is being received from ,Hobarti
,? Oklahoma'City" May l. It "i's
reported from Hobaf t via Chicka-
8$wi-that bet wefen H5(S ,nd-400 peo'
pie are dead at " Sriydef : and that
bodies-are ecatteied alL over the
streets and surrounding' country.
The storm struck the town from
the south westj traveling north pn
til within abottt rlOOards of" the
Oklahoma City & . Western jrailroad
tracks' - Then it took a . northeast
erly course .through " the business
portion ot tbe'town. "North. '.of the
track not a building is left standing
The first relief train- sent from Ho?
bart has arrived on the scene. :.
ny is a citizen. Holt ned, and at
last report had! not been captured. -Stackony
who" acts as apeace officer :
on the reservation, : was taking Holt :
home, tbe latter being in a bad stats I,
of intoxication.' On the way to tha V?
agency, near ; MadraB, " they met
ancher to whom - Holt offered a -
drink from his damiiohn of whisky.
insisuiig on uia: paxia&iug oi it.
Stakony interferedj and theranch- "
er drove on J.- , r-'
'A few "minutes , later another
rancher met Holt madly gallopingV
in flight. -A little farther on in the
road he came on, Stackony's body
lying , across his path." Holt had ap-
parently knocked ,hlm irom his ';
hors 'wUh. the demijohn, then,
while his victim lay dazed, hunted
a rock with. -which to AJonish ' hiB
dBed.': The murderer," did not cross "
the ferry landing' to v the : agency,'-
and a last report from Madras said
his whereabouts-were unknown.' ' -
. "London. Mav IV. lhere- is - no
further new s of th e whereabouts of the
and Nebogatoff and,th9 dispatches were carried down, and it was ' sev
eral hottrs before the outiide world
could be aonrieed of the plight of
the citv. .It was not until a o'clock
that physicians and- surgeons be
gan arriving from surrounding
towns. In tbe meantime, willing
hands set to work to clear away the
debris and extiicate the dead and
injured. The Swedish Lutheran
parsonage and several private jesi'
dences were turned into temporary
hospitals, while the dead were tak
en to the storeroom of Oiaf Olson
wired from Paris to the eflect that
thpy had left French waters.- at the
request of the . French authorities
are not credited here. That they
joined in French waters is certain
and that they are btill there is a
likewise palpable fact. That tbey
are to move northward may be so,
but it is " not because . France de
maads it, but because the Russian
commanders feel that the time has
come to risk everything on. a des-
nerate move, and the naval experts
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here bf lieve now that a naval oatue and laid out in rows awaiting iden-
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will soon be inevitable.
. Roiestveaskv has remained in
French waters because he entertain
ed hopes that he' could lure Togo
far from bis base and tnus tnrow
the balance in favor of the Russians.
tification. - r
Just before daybreak, a represen
tative of the Associated Press made
the rounds on the different places.
Ia one rcom in the Lutheran par
sonage he found six injured, and in
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At Kings Valley.
Apparently now be.de6pairs of ac- an adioinin room corpses of five
complishing this and has determm-1 persons who had died from injuries
ed to move boldly nortn ana give after thev bad been brought in. In
battle at any place, whether it be off half a dozen other houses similar
the coast of Luzod, in tbe Straits of ecenes were found. -
Formosa, or even in th open Paci- When the missing in Marquette
fic Ocean. . jhad been accounted for.thesearhers
Should Vladivostok be bis destm- directed their attention to tbe sur
ation, he must go one of two ways rounding country, v Soon half
via the Formosa channel and the iW.nri wnomnlnadn nf dead ' and . id
Shu8hima straits, or to the eastward jured had been brought to the town
of Formosa; Should' he choose the from tbe district adjoining it on the
former, he'swm be sunjected to re- south
peated torpedo attacks in a narrow The suflerers tell cot -many nar
chanLei where he will have great Low eecapes from death; ' lone Sai
difficulty in holding- his own and lPes, the Infant daughter.'of Cbari
protecting his floating steel fortrec s.j.teDi was lifted in tier Ted and
ees. If he goes to the eastward of carried to tbe middle of. the street,
Formosa, he must take " jshances of receiving only a few scratches. Sai
not having any friendly harbors leen and his wife were dangerously
near in case of defeat. His position injured,
is desperate, in spite of the superi- The mattress upon whioh tbe ba-
onty in armanent, and all ot his by daugater of the Rev. Smith lay,
boasted still will be needed it ne is doubled up.in a manner as to cov-
to reach a Russian harbor. er the .riild. and protect it lrom
Some naval exoetts here proress falling timbers.
to believe that- Roieetvensky will' Mr. aad Mr.s. O. S. lillvin were
move on with his squadron -and carried' en their bed a distance of
leave Nebogatoff to come on after- 500 feet "and laid down without be
wards. The vessels ot the latter icg eenously mtured. lbe tornado
commander are of small coal-carry- cut a clean swath 100 yarda wide,
ing capacity and would necessarily
be. at a disadvantage -on along
cruise. If Rojestvensky were to
move on and attack tbe Japanese
with reasonable fortune, be would
he able to inflict such damage, even
if he loses all of his own cruisers,
that the passage to Vladivostok
would be easy for his : junior and
the latter's command. ..
. Guthrie.'May , 11. Late reports
from Hobart, Okla., and .. Chicka
saw. I. T.' place - the ,nnmbeT of
dead and injured in the tornado at
Snyder,, Okla., at 500.- j
The storm-broke over the -town
at 11 o'clock at-pight7compl.tely
demolishing it. as near as reports
can be .obtained. The first news of
the disaster was received at Hobart
I by telephtw- giving 'a -bald .state'
mani OI lue loruauu ua,viug an uw
the town.- .The wires, both tele
graphic and telephonic,- then- went
down and no further news bas been
obtained directly from Snyder.
It is now impossible to reach
Lawton, Okla., the nearest town to
Snyder, and all the telegraphic
communications are reported down
between that place and Snyder.
Rescue trains have been started
from Hobart and Chickasaw which
will arrive at Snyder this morning.
Snyder is a town of about 2,500
inhabitants, in Kiowa county, Ok
lahoma,, in the Kiowa and Coman
che Indian, country opened to white
settlers in 1901 s' The town was
laid out largely by the-ban Fran
cisco railway at a Junction of two
of its lines, and the company erect
ed important buildings there.
jonn rnce, our roaa supervisor, -
bas had a ere w'cf men. working the ;
roaas ine, past weeic. -a - ? . - ,
ivir. J-iogan, tne luuier,- naa re
ceived a jiew grain cleanerfor bis - ;
mill. - He intends to - purchase all , ,
lag harvest that is for sale, . and hev ?
is preparing to handle it by A build
ing a new warehouse large enough .
A, B.i Miller is preparing to erect ;
a modern Jar m dwelling. -. i ,
Bad Alcorn has had a new roof -and
other repairing -done, on bis '
dwelling lately occupied by,. L." G. '-'
f rice, and he ia to shortly occupy ;
it ; himselfV". , , - (. "
The. Independent Telephone pa-
irons hereafter will have to pay five
cents lor switching. - ' The change :
Was made the first of this '."month. '
Switching heretofore has been free.
'k Frantz Bros- are. "making" and"",
selling a. lare amount xA lumber -.-'y
at Hoskins this spring., j . ";
Frank Plunkett ' is. ivixrAr.g 'a- ,
ging camps up the ljuckiamute.1 : v
Dick Dann and Howard Bush
are logging on the mountain west
of Bash's farm. '
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Mr. C. B. Wainwright of Lemon City,
Fla., has written the manufacturers that
much better results are obtained from
the use of Chambeilain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoaa Remedy in cases of pains
in the stomach, colic and cholera mor
bus by taking it in water as hot as can
be drank. Taat when taken m this way
the effect is donble in rapidity, - "It
seems to get at the right spot instantly,'
be says, nor sale by Lrrauam S wor
tham. . . - .
Paris, May 10. A dispatch from
Saigon to the Petit Journal, says:
"NebogatofTe squadron appear
ed at daybreak of May 9, 20 miles
off Cape St. James, preparing as
cend the riverto Saigon, ; where the
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' Vetch aud alfalfa, best cow bay In
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Harrieburg, Pa., May 11. An
express train on the Pennsylvania
railroad ran into a Ireight train in
which were. two cars loaded with dy
namite at 1:10 o'clock this morning
in South HarriBburg near the plant
of the Paxtang Light, Heat t Pow
er company. Three terrific explo
sions, that broke windows all over
the citv. followed, and the two
trains were completely wrecked and
took fire. -It was estimated at three
o'clock that s0 persons were killed
and 100 injured, though these fig
ures may be too small.
'It is impossible to obtain the ex
ect number of fatalities, because the
wreckage in which many of the
passengers and some members of
the train-"crews ate pinned, is slfll
ablaze, and unapproachable, and
many small explosions occur con
tinually. 1 -..
When the first explosion occurr
ed, bodies were thrown clear out of
the berths in the sleeping cars and
landed down the railroad embank
ment, some even having been hurl
ed into the Susquehanna river,
which parallels the railroad in that
locality. . :- '- ,
All the physicians of -,the city
were summoned to work with the
injuied. - ,
Prineville. OrJ. Mav 9. One of
the most brutal crimes in tbe histO'
ry of Crook county tookplace about
a mile north of Madras, in North
western Crook county, yesterday
noon, Kobert Molt Knocking J ames
Stakony off his horse with a whisky
demijphn and then hammering his
brains out by means of a Btone
placed in Stakony 's own hat and
used as a sling. Both men are
WarrrrSpring Indians, and Stacko
Notice to Creditors.
In the matter of the Estate of James
C. Irwin, deceased.
Notice is hereby given to all persons
concerned that the undersigned has been
duly appointed administrator 01 the es
tate of said James C. Irwin, deceased, by
the county cour- ot Benton county, state
of Oregon. All persons having claims
against said, estate of said James C. Irwin
deceased, are hereby required tc present
the same with the proper vouchers duly
verified as by !aw required within six
months from the date hereof to the un
dersigned at his residence near Bruce,
Benton county, Oregon, or at the law of
fice of E. E. Wilson, in Corvallis, Ore
gon. Dated this April 29, 1905.
- " - ' , ' R. S. Irwin,
3 Administrator of th'e Estate of James
V. Irwin, deceased. -.
v Notice to Creditors. .
In the matter of the Estate of George
W. Owen, deceased, - ;. -
Notice is hereby given to all persons
concerned that the undersigned has been
duly appointed administratrix of the es
tate of said George W. Owen, deceased,
by tbe county court of Benton county.
state of Oregon. .. A i persons having
claims against sai ; i itate of GergeW.
Owen, deceased, ar hereby required to .
present tbe same, w 1 the proper vouch .
ers duly verified as by law required with '
in six months from tbe date hereof, to
the undersigned at the law office of E.
E. Wilson in Corvallis, Oregon.
Dated this April 29th. 1905.
Margaret IS. Owen. is;
Autmnistratoi of the Estate of George,
W. Owen, deceased. . v
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Cigar clippings of onr own manufact
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