Sour-ty Clerk's Oiftoe 1 J " VoT:Xrai.-No.f :-; CORVALLIS, OREGON, SEPTEMBER 10. 1905. B.F. IBVIMB dl aal Propel " LIGHTING BOLTS Ask Your Dealer for Economy Jars Summer ' V And take no other - Economy Jars are sanitary, ho zinc, no poison, MARION COUNTY BUTCHER KNOCKED SENSELESS IN -- ELECTRICAL STORM. ' no mould, ho separate rubber ring. ; ? K V;.-- :--&;?rSalek . : -1 - - IK ? a Great Bargains in jaJLPepartments T 56 v. ant'. ; , , , Bi Stock to make your selections . . , Get our Prices . ; . and make -J. JEi Comparison. ARRIS. - V A Fine Light Sample Rooms. -Anrv -. fir -' 7 Hotel ff if f 5 ftS 3 ' .0 ff ! f 4 -Sm i .V- ,V .VII If II V W II II II II -r J. C. Hammelj Prop. "r Ft vs. : Leading; Hotelln QojyqJl., . lecentlX ogened.JNew bricV huildingi CjejflJ' flB&i&Ma taodertj-ton-veniences. Furnace Heat, Electric Lights, Fire Es capes. Hot and cold water on every floor. Fine single rooms, iiiiegant spues, ljeaaing noise ituo mam - i m. mm. yJJi A '-$iX,;$1.25 and 2.00p6ray.l s t s i! k i f f r. " r a , It 8C A f s ij-g i i s and Silverware. ' C tr"l''b;FJyesi1;e:sted;free;. ; t ' gy gial fit 'rectly at prices within reach of all , -. r . ; - . i Fine-watch repairing a spe-. n Pratt The Jeweler 6c Optician. Many Barns Damaged Addicks Threatens to Expose- Graft In Order to Make Hje Old - Tims 'Followers Remain Faithful Other 1 j . . . NewsC . Silverton,' Ore. Sapt. 12 A" ter rific thunderstorm, accompanied by a downpour of rain, b--gan last eve ning about four o'clock and lasted for several hours. A barn belong- ias to H, E. Steen who lives in the northern part of town, and a bam belonging to John English, .- who lives five miles north of Ablque Creek, were set fire by the lightning and burned. Two buildings on the Upper Abiq ie Creek are reported o have been destroyed in the same manner." - , The" rain continued all night and if it does not clear up much damage to unpicked hops will result. . Salem. Oregon, January 31; 1904 Kerr Glass Manufacturing Company. Portland, Oregon. . Dear Sirs: .- ' : ;'. .V ., '-T r , ' I used six dozen Of your fruit jars last season and am very muchpleased -with1 them. The: Economy Jar is the nicest looking and the best jar I have ever used." 'r"J ' I canned all kinds of fruits, vegetables, meats, fish, pickles and chicken, and hadfine success with the Economy Jar. : - - " " :,y' ' -h I was awarded all the first prized, congisting of 8 blue ribbons, at' the Oregon ' State Fair, 1903, for my exhibit of canned fruits and jelly. - ; . ,. : ; : The Oregon commissioners bought all my fruit to- represent Oregon at the St. Louis Eair. I have been requested to put up fruit for the Lewis & Clark Centennial Exposition 19Q5, and I will use your-Economy Jars. They are a sure seal, easy to open, and T prefer them to any jar I have ever used. : ' . ;.- ; . ;. . . , , t , Yours very truly '. ': j 1-'r-"' Mrs. S. R. Foster. Mount" Angel, Or. Sept." 12 A heavy rain began , .here at " four o'clock this afternoon. It .was preceded by an "electrical storm more intensa than ever .known "here befdft. The crashes of thunder and lightning -were terrific . and numerotrS. George Caney, a butcher , here, was knocked down and stunned by a stroke of lightniag. Hs is- still half paralyzed. - ' The large new barn of John Eng glisb two miles south, was Btruck and instantly burst into flames. I burned with nearly all its con- jMa76rSo&waDr baYiTwas-etrxrcsq and one end . blown , out., oome other damage was done to telephone and. light systems. r:rr :. - : It is worth your, while to know' YOUR preserved fruits and vegetables are free from" poisonous compounds? You know this if you use the ECONOMY JARS they are endor sed and used by the - - - - :.' : : - : -' ' -:; , , OREGON AGRI COLLEGE, LELAND STANFORD JR. UNrVERSITY, CALIF - . " ' and other Colleges and Universities. 1 ?: Prof. Snellof the Oregon Agricultural College especially recommends ECONOMY JARS because the cover is Sanitary and free from any Possibilities of Forming Poisionous Com pounds with the contents of the Jar - , ; Wadhams 6c Kerr Bros. Distributors Wholesale Grocers. - x .... .' , . Portland, Oregon- Wilmibgtod.'Dil.j Sept. 'J- 12 A plot to accomplish -the- politioal annihuaUob of Ji Edward Addicks hatched1 within the ranks of " :' the Union men at the hands of his erst whilje staunch Bupportars7-; 'Add cks detertnined ib u8e;. every means in his power to whip his men into? line has let it-be known- however,' Uhat be is ready to punish severely those who desert him.- It is Baid that for years he has kept a set of books, containieg records of graft and cor ruption in Delaware politics, and will make exposures which he be lieves will send to jail those"-who turn against him; ' - k ' --- A.rumor to this effect added to day to the uneasiness of - the - taeh who'are sitting On the- fence. Some of the Addicks men - who are ready to desert their ' chief have been strangely silent. : ; -' . . Chicago, Sepf, 12. "I waot to make my position perfectly "clear; I want to say to you that not only ami not announcing a candidacy, but I am not permitting a candidacy.".-; '.a ;..;. : ; ; ' In these words, William; J. Bry an administered ..a.cbeck to the en thusiasm which at the : Jefferson Club banquet given tonight in Mr. Bryan's honor, greeted the speeches STATE DAIRY A f . s. V 1 ' Li r-r i ,f .. OFFICE -OF" W. BAI LEY FOOD COMM ISSIONER -BREEDEN BUDO-. . V i -r'-t- -1 -r- i . ptt Hnrt, nnrl I )rficrnn . not. V'rt 1V1 f . e two Mason Jar caps has been examined. Upon fixdmihation 'the metal of the Lason cap- was launa .ta..ba pure-ZlPC me samupm nwui, j-ub uii lasqa cap r: were undoubtedly caused by' the action of vegetabie acids. ; Asa 'result the'fruit iri'the-' iaf mxiliWe' ieeb' etlycoiifaminated itlrdisoftoiisinc compounds.' & its; f I jgard. the-use-of jars withine eaps as very unsanitary :and"evn dangerona.;. ,j . - i , Yotlrrverjr truly, ntr ;S:SBAILEY,. : ad vocatingrinn3nTtronTotli5 third:time for the -presidency. - 1 here had been warm words - of praise for Mr. Bryan, particularly lrom cex-Represectative OUie M. James of Ken4uckyv,and Judge - J. B. Mrvin, of Covington Ky.c who had declared . unqualifiedly for Mr; Bryan a3 the -democratic nominee far president ln-1908, and. from Al exander Troup t)f New Bti ven who declared that. Bryan was. the legiti mate leader of. the . democratic par ty in the coming campaign.' ? When Mr; Bjryap; who came. last on the; program,- Tose to;respond to respond to, the toast,.-. Democracy vs,- Centralization'': be deferred his formal addreas for a few i moments until he had returned : t-hanks for the words. of. praise showered upon him by. the speakers who : preceded him and until he -had set himself right upon the question of his can didacy, for the presidency. . : . ; I am not now," eaid.Mr. BryaD, "a candidate for. any office.;. -I have said that I never again would be a candidate for office, but I want -to sayinbw that ,talk of candidacy for office does not-affect me as it once did.: : I believe my. place in history will be determihed,; not : by what th 3 people: are ble to dp : for . i me, but what I am able to do for ; the people. I think it is how too soon to choose a candidate for president, t mtike the race three years, from now; it - Is Jtpoarly to pledge our selves to any one- man. . trust that before the time comes to name a man for. the . next presidential nomination more, light may , be thrown upon, our party's pathway, and that a man may be chosen who will be best able to do for the party more than I have been able to dp," Covers were laid for 30O guests at the banquet, and among; - those present were, Representative H. L. Rainey, of Illinois:; Ollie- M. James of Kentucky; Mayor Edward F. Dunne bi Chicago; Judge James of Kentucky, o -r ; ;'.: ;jt "ug"fofb3amc(J-t-p-6t'& VlBrVJfSt-tor" er directly in front of them and af ter splashing around for a minute or more sank out of - sight. The next day the same performance was repeated;. According to the story of thelonters the monster was pro bablyv-30 feet long, with'a head as large as an ordinary washtub.'- -Th strange story is credited by many Eugene psople, as in "yearB past from time to time, this 'same ureature'or -others similar, have been seen in the lake,- and the des criptions given by all who claim to have seen it, are . precisely alike. The Indians of the -Warm Spring Agency, who frequently hunt in that vicinity, often tell of. having seen the mysterious- creature dis porting itself in ' the waters of the lake. '. It is pointed out that 'ITiere was very little combustible - material : aboard the battleship, yet the flames -broke out in several places - and spread so rapidly that th'y could not be extinguished. It is pointed out that' the magazines are so ar- ' ranged that they' could have been flooded yet the explosion occurred an hour after .the fire was discovered-. It is thought likely that : the fanatic bad accomplices. It will be remembered that in May, 1896, six: 'of the Sumarai ' leaders committed suicide after th treaty which deprived- Japan-1 of Port Arthur, on account of the dis grace brought on their native land" This act is said to be the real start of the warlike preparations made: by Japan for the conflict with Rus sia, which was partly to revenge the deaths of these Samaurai lead ers", whose deaths were regarded a sacrifice for the nation. : Anti-peace demonstrations con-, tinue.in some provinces of Japan. Last night troors were called to rer. store order in Yokohama. Eugene, Or.', Ssp't. strange lookinganimal; f Msernbling. ; des criptions of sea ssrpehts; has re cently been seeb in the water's" of Crescent' Lake ' in the" Cascade mpuntaihs,: over 100 r fniles east of Eugene, just cfpiithV ,'Une'r'irf Crook county. ;IA party' of Eugene hunters have jeturhed: ifrbm:'1 there arid tellthe story pT Bow they en-, countered the monster" in the lakeV London,; Sept. 12 The feeling is growing among the ' Japanese members of the diplomatic corps and citizens here, that the battle ehip Mikaso was destroyed by a fanatical descendant of the ancient Samurai," ." whose " leading doctrine is suicide rather than dishoqor.'it being the general feeiiog among at least the lower . classes of Japanese that the peace terms were most dis honorable; ' . '. -. . . It .is believed " that a . member of the. crew was Jwilling ' to r see the grand ship sink ratber than to re main' inactive because of the con clusion of the peace which redacted no credit pa; Ber--magnificent vict- New York, Sept. 13. It will cost it is estimated, the - T Interborough Company more than $l,ooo,ooo to satisfy the claims ' for damages that will arise out pf the elevated raif road accident. The number of those who lot their lives in the ac cident was three less than the nam - continued onpage 4 '- - ' hot muffins ; hot; cakes, ImadithlRbval Baking: - t 'i:!;u-;iit-'-' ".- ; tehi ? without feaft of o Freely indigestion. sine 1.i.s,jc-tr:;-t,tca i t,, . . .., . - -.,Vf 1 1 x uoy were uaomg uut 10 me mia- . c ;i,HS,2 :r!S State Dairy-when: " suddenly' a They wete fishing urc in 'the mid: 1 l'?5-'.''-. "'?'"? ' iX '.i -'xioc-r--' V - A :'.v; 7 ''