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2EWS OF CORVALLIS AND
VICINITY TOLD IN BRIEF.
Tae Comings and Goings of People
Social Gossip, Personal Men
tion and Otber Items
Sam Moses of Philomath spent
Wednesday in Corvaliis on busi
ness. Mrs. Charles Blackledge left
Thursday for a visit with her
daughters in Portland.
M. F. Hoefs moved this week
on to the Glass ranch north of Cor
valiis. H. Bills and wife of McMinn-
vine were vishujb " vunui".
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Herron of
Irish Bend were Corvaliis visitors
S. K. Brown and family moved
Thursday into the residence known
as the Neugass property, in the
fVi ccMtprn nart of town.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Huffman
ot Eugene were in Corvaliis Wed
nesday, enioute to Newport for.a
visit. ''--" '
Mrs. Mattie Fruit, of Peoria, a
former Corvaliis resident, was; visit
ing -old friends Wednesday. Mrs.
Fruit now lives at Peoria.
Mr. Hathaway and family
moved this week from Big Elk to
Corvaliis. The gentleman, is the
father of the well known Hathaway
brothers of this city.
After a few days visit with
friends in this city Mrs.
Totnlinson left Thursday
borne near Wells.
Mr. Handle, who arrived a
short time ,, ago from Canada and
las been living in the Ingle, homey
. moved Thursday on . to j the . John
Ctoose farm, between Corvaliis and
Harvey K. Brown, of Baker
City, was in Corvaliis Thursday.
Mr. Brown is a candidate for nom
ination for the office of governor
on the republican ticket.
The time for filing nominat
ing petitions expires Wednesday
night. Unless such petitions are
filed by that time the person filing
them cannot get on the primary
About 400 pounds of literature
civins information about the bills
to be voted on at the next regular
election, has been received at the
clerk's oftice for distribution among
There is to be a regular meet
ing of Corv-jllis grange in Adminis
tration hali at the college Saturday
afternoon at t wo o'clock, with work
In the third and fourth degrees.
All grangers are urged to be pres-
R. H. Kaltz, the piano tuner,
will be in Corvaliis on 'his regular
timing trip,. April 3 to 7. Should
you wish your piano tuned, leave,
orders at Hotel Corvaliis, as he will
mat call on you unless an order is
3eft. , No charge for estimates on
Prof. Cordley's bulletin on San
Jose scale and Prof. Pernot's on
-canning fruits and vegetables are
ready for distribution. Both f re of
extreme interest aDd great value,
-and any person, not on the regular
bulletin list can secure copies free
-on application. Many requests are
being made for the bulletin on San
,Jose scale as a result of newspaper
notices printed in advance of the
publication of the pamphlet,! i "- -
Miss Bertha Davis gave a de
lightful luncheon Thursday in hon
or of Miss Winnie Ewart of Port
land. In the center of the table
was a huge bunch of daffodils, and
the place cards were hand painted
daffodils. Besides the guest of
honor were; Miss Mabel Withy
combe, Mrs. Cecil CatEey, Miss
Mabel Davis. Miss Bess Danneman,
Miss Edna Irvine, Miss Mary Nol-
an, Miss Iuhi Spangler and Miss
..Mary Danneman. ,
A verdict of $166 for the plain
tiff was returned by the jury in the
case of Eewis vs. Bicknell. The
suit was for large damages, due to
the charge of shot into Lewis' knee
from a gun set in Bicknell' s house.
The case occupied more than . two
days, going to the jury shortly be
fore noon Wednesday, A verdict
was reached early in the alternoon.
In addition to the $166 in the ver
dict, the defendant is required . to
pay the costs of the suit. The le
gal battle in it was of more than
If you knew the value of Chamberlain's
Salve you would never wjsh to be without
i it. Jlere are some of the diseases for which
' it iseapeeially valuable: sore nipples, chapped
nanus, uurns, iruab uiics, cuuuuuub, uiiruBiu
.sore eyes, itching piles, tetter,, salt rheum
and eczema. Price 25 cents pr box. For
paie by Graham $ 'Vy'ortham.
Miss Sopbia Elgin is vlsitiDg
Thomas Murphy, a horpe buy
er of Portland, was io towu Thurs
day, but failed to secure any horeee.
Mrs. F. A. Helm, exptcta to
leave Monday for an txtended vieit
with Jacksonville friends.
Mrp. Gene Simpson is expect
ed to arrive tomorrow from a visit
with San Francisco relatives.
Mrs. Knicker-I thought you
were going abroad? Mrs. Bocker
So I was. but my doctor offeied ma
such a lovely bargain io appendi-ciiie-ooly
Daujihter-I thought I saw the
duke come in. Where is he? Father-He
bB just had an interview
with me, and at present he Is in tbe
library trying to figure out whether
he loves you or not.
Moie than a score of women in
iTw York have filed charges against
a man who posed as a physician,
and promised to send the stork to
tbeir homes. For his advice they
paid $1 each visit. This' would in
dicate that race suicide has not so
t-trong a hold on Americans as the
alarmists would hv us believe.
Continued from page one.
cry of four of them, and getting aB
explanation of what became of tbe
other.,., 1 .v-,- ' !
j Adams in his confession, etated
he took the bottles pf.explosives.ao
Pocatello, for tVe puf poBe'of kiHiog
uonunion miners on their way from
the Coeur d'Alenes to Colorado in
September. IqO-i.- He was confident
he could go to tbe spot, and Tues
day. morning he was taking down
The story of bis locating the
building and of the unsuccessful
digging, which continued all day
ba been told heretofore.
Four of the bottles which Steve
Adams buried in the old mill were
found, sooa "After) six t o'clock this
e veDMig, as the result of ineBtiga
tions started "by Chief of Police -C
F. Smith, of Pocatello. When the
chief learned the object of the visit
of McParlaod and others," be re
membered some circumstances
which f itii seemed wise. ;toi investi
gate, de tipped off his suspicions
and an Investigation turned out eu-
tirely successful, i i be bottles were
found under a pile of cinders not
far from tbe mill.
A year ago, Jest spring George
MiCookey, engaged in taking out
timbers at the mill, discovered tb
tin containing the bottles in the ex
! act location pointed out yesterday
by Adams. He tcok the stopper
out of one bottle and tbe fire burn
td his hands and clothes severely.
He threw the bottle out of the mill
as far as possible and buried the
rest uuder a cioder pile, where they
were located tonight.'
. A fe w 'days after this happened,
Thomas 7 McConkey, his brother,
who was working io the storehouse
of the Schoolcraft Wholesale Co.i
near its mill, saw blue smoke coin
inz from a rubbish pile where the
first bottle had been thrown. He
ac(f Con Regan went over and be-
gan stamping the rubbish to smoth
er tbe tire with' their leet. lneiiq
uid got on their shoes and burned
the leatbet to a crisp. They had
to tbka 6ff. their shoes to prevent
burning their feet, h Water poured
over the smoking shoes seemed to
add to the strength of the acid. eat
ing the leathersis -a; -tzz ::. :.f
Gorge McConkey, J. A. McCon
key, Wilbur Schaffdr and others
testified today to seeing the grip
near tbe mill and all separately
gave similar descriptions of the
same. Detective Thiele remains
here to conduct investigations to-
morrow, with the. view of. securing,
further evidence in the shape of tes- i
timony' from general men named
who have not sheen seen today.
Salt Lake City, March 28. Tha
Tribune says today that through
service on the San Pedro, Los An
geles & Salt Lake road , cannot be
resumed before May I5. One hun
dred miles of track extending from
Acoma to Rocks, Nev., is virtually
wiped out of existence by the late .
floods. Construction has been start-,
ed at both ends. Towns in the in
tervening space are beginning to
suffer for supplies. ;
Chicago, March 23. A dispatch
to the Tribune from Anderson, Ind. ,
saySv Aa Mabel Reeves, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. J.-Rv beeves, jwas
about to cross the, tracks of the Big
Four railroad ' oa- her way to
echool yesterday she saw a ; little
girl standing on the tracks, evident
ly taying to extricate her foot from
a frog. Miss Reeves saw a passen
ger train bearing down upon them.
The child began to . scream land
struggle desperately, but could not
free herself. Miss; Reeves hurried
ly drew & pen-knife from, her pock
et, and slit . tha.-. child, a. shoe ;and
jerked Jier. away, frbmjheirwk just
as the engine bore dopn upon her
EAT WHAT YOU LIKE.
Don't Starve or Diet, but Use Hi-o na.
and Cure Your Stomach Troubles.
The average treatment of stomach trou
bles consists of a rigid diet Hal. which
often sarves the patient. Of course it
would be foolish for any one wbo knows
that some foods are positively harmful
and poisonous to continue eating them,
even while following the Mi-o-na treat
ment, hut in ordinary cases of stomach
troubles it is not necessary to starve or
diet if Mi-o-na is faithfully used, a tablet
Derore each meal.
This scientific remedy, for the cure of
stomach. roubles, acts upon the whole
digestive system, and .strengthens the or
gans so that they are able 10 digest any
food that is eaten without fear of distress.
If you suffer from loss of appetite, belch
ing of gases, . sour taste in tbe month,
furred tongue, severe pains in the region
of the stomach, degression of spirits, bad
dreams, lack of energy, a stomach cough,
offensive breath, headaches, back aches,
loss of strength and weight, you can be
assured that these troubles are all due to
btrengihen the stomach bv takin? a
Mi-o-na tablet before each meal, and
soon you will gain Ui weight, strength
will return, and your food will give nour
ithment so f bat the rich red blood will
carry good health to every part, of the
system, v .
Graham & Wells have so' much confi
dence in the power of Mi-o-na to cure
stomach troubles and resulting ills, that
tney give a guarantee with every 50 cent
box to refund tbe money unless it cures
READ AND YOU WILL LEARN
That' 'the leading ' medical writerW and
teachers of all .the several schools of
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affections, and all catarrhal diseases ol
whatever region, name or nature. It is
also specific remedy for all such chronic
or, long standing cases of catarrhal affec
tions 'and their resultants, as. bronchial,
throat and luniCdtseasetexceDt.corjsninD-
, Uon.) accompanied with severe coughs. It
is not so gooa tor acute coias ana coughs,
but fat linger tog, or chronic' cases it is
especially efficacious in orodncins ner-
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uoiuen oeai-root, Diooaroot, stone root,
Mandrake root and Queen's root all of
which, are highly praised as remedies for
all the above mentioned affections by such
eminent medical writers and teachers as
Prof. Bartholow, of Jefferson Med. Col
lege; Prof. Hare,' of "the Univ; of Pa. :
Prof. Finley Ellingwood, Mi D., of Ben
nett Med. College, Chicago; Prof. John
King, M. "D.; late of Cincinnati; Prof.
John M Scudder, M. D.. late of Cincin
nati : Prof. Edwin M. Hale. M. D.. of
Hahnemann Med. College, Chicago, and
rcores 01 otners equally eminent in tneu
everal schools of practice.
The "Golden" Medical Discovery " is the
only medicine put. up tor sa;e through
druggists for like purposes, that has any
such professional endorsement worth
more than any number of .ordinary testi
monials. Open publicity of its formula
on .the bottle wrapper is the best possible
guaranty of, its merits. A glance at this
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ous or harmful agents' and no alcohol
chemically pure, triple-refined glycerine
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unobjectionable and besides is a most
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ach as well as bronchial, throat and lung
affections. There is the hisrhest medica
authority for its use in all such cases.
The "Discovery " is a concentrated glyc
eric extract of Native, hiedicinal roots
and is safe and reliable.
A booklet of extracts from eminent,
medical authorities, endorsing its ingre
dients mailed free on request. Address
Dr. R. Y. Pierce, Buffalo, N, Y. : i ;
DeB Mo'nes, Iowa, March 27,
popular has ibe state inebr a e
b'pital, that opened only . a . few
i ks ago,-become that it is already
i-U to overflowing and the -board
n;. , OQtrol.has ordered that do more
ran Jidatep for the .'"jag cure" shall
l rreeeived until vacancies occur-.
loi consequence there nas ; gone up
ti. m every village and hamlet i
wild cry-of Dguish, fur the inebri
ety law has been a delight to Iowa
z-'Heasonlng tbat it is ju-t as cheap
Jo 6Ure a rrfan of the drink habit as
to keeri him in j ail ; the legielators
provided a boapital. As fast as
drunkatd applied they were hurri
ed to the baths, provided ; with new
clothing and assigned to pleasant
work. VV hen they felt cured they
The prfssnt overcrowdicg ia, due
to the return of most'of the former
inmates, who have come back to be
cured again. All declare they will
stand by tbe grand old common
wealtn to the end, ana so long as
she cures them thev will wrestle
with the demon rum.
White Side oats. Address,
Wm. Crees, Corvaliis.
. . Ind. phone 234.
Hay for Sale.
Inquire of M. M. Long,
n -r Corvaliis. . -
One Dollar Savd Represents
The average man does not save to exceed
ten per cent., of his earnings. He must spend
nine dollars in living expenses for every
dollar saved. : That being the case he can
not be too careful about.. unnecessary ex
penses.. Very often a few cents properly in
yested,Jike buying seeds for his garden, will
save, several dollars .outlay, later on. , It is
the . same ..in, buying Chamberlain's Colic;
Cho)e,(LiJDiarrhoea . Eemedy,, It. costs
but a few""cents'pn(f a bottle oJitin the house
Often Saves a doctor's hill nf wvarsil itnllsm.
7 JIM sale ,by Qraham. & .WoraB , ; i
J. G. MORRIS !
J SUCCESSOR TO A. M. AUSTIN
f Practical Shoer & General Blacksmith f
I Prices for general shoe-
ing. Setting 25c a shoef
I New shoes $1.50 a horse.
No 6 and over $2.
We have just received 45 Mai
lable Iron Beds, all - prices, from
$2 90 up. One thousand' yards
Matting, just in. ' New wall
Paper just received. lMl'vlxwer
than' any house in Benton county
The new ' foldmgj Go-Carts
here. " n ' f
J AJP-A-L-A.O .
For Floors, Woodwork, etc.
i f i .U.lf '.r :. ; 'Hi-.. '
We dont have time to change our ads every week, but
' we sell goods to beat theoahd.' ; '
Dont buy until you see our large stock of riouse purnish-,
ing Goods 4 rooms full. ' '" Acme Washer.
Remember Blackledge is Here
Clothing and Shoe Store
First we buy our clothing from the factory, we get
the same prices as the city stores.
Second it costs us about one-tenth as much to run our
store as the city ones and we save you that differ
ence which is from $2 to $6 per suit. .
Third we have the best makes of ready-to-wear clo
thing. ; - ."- '
A. K. RUSS
Corvaliis, , Oregon.
We are not inclined to spend much time in
writing advertisements we prefer to let our goods ?jj
and castomers speak for themselvSs. - so
- : ' ' ';; '-?y;:-' VV'- g
OUR TRADE IS GROWING FAST; (.
, WE WANT YOUR TRADE.
WILL ASSURE SATISFACTION
; Times Job, off ice for the
feEST OF PRINTING ,
Anything fr.pm a calling card to
a one-sheet postrv f ' Gplior. work
Careful attention given
knee hitting, interfering,
without extra charge.
is: the Best
-: : j :-;. :
Tbe First National Bmkof Corval
iis, OregoD, transacts a general
corjpervfltive t asking business.
Loan- money uu approved secu
rity. Drafts bought aod sold and
money trans-ferred to the principal
cities of the Unitsd States, Eu
rope and foreign countries.
i DR. E. E. JACKSON
' - '
j Veterinary Surgeon
Office Winegar & Snows Barn
I O&ce Phone Ind 328
I " " Bell 441
E. E. WILSON,
ATTORNEY A7 XAW.
H. S. PERNOT,
Physician & Surgeon
( ' I, -- iy i . ...... j. ,'f.
Office over postofSce. Residence Cor.
Pifth and Jefferson streets . Hours 10 to
12 a. m., l.to 4 p. m. Orders maj be
eft at Graham & ' -ham's drag store.
J. FRED STATES
On'y Set Atstract Books in Benton County
B. A. CATHEY-
Physician & Surgeon
Office, room 14, BanK Bld. Hoarn
. IO to 12 and a to .
Phone, office 83. Residence 351.
CerralliS) ' , Oregon.
E. R, Bryson,
G. 11. FARRA,
Physician & Surgeon,
Office up nairiii 8irie-,t Srick
idence oa ta oner j;
Seventh st. P i in i i . i . : .; t i
C. H. Newth,
Physician and Surgeon
Always Keeps Chamberlain's Cough
' Remedy in His House.
"We would not be without Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. It is kept on hand contin
ually in our home," says V. W. Kearney,
editor of the Independent, Lowry City, Mo.
That is just what every family should do.
When kept at hand ready for instant use, a
cold may be checked at the outset and cured
in much less time than after it has become
settled in the system. This remedy is also
without a peer for croup in children, and
will prevent the attack when given as soon
as the child becomes hoarse, or even after
the croupy cough appears, which can only be
done when the remedy is kept at hand. . For
sale by Graham & Wortharo;
' Banking 4 Company
Deals in Foreign and Domestic
Bays Coanty, City and School
The Bank o
NEW YORK Messrs. J. P. Morgan A Co
CHICAGO- National Banlc of The Repnb.
lie. j ..... '
LONDON, ENG. N M Rothschilds & bona
CANADA. Cnlce Rank of Canada
In the Oircuit Court of the Stats ot Oregon for
Myetle Benson, Plaintiff.)
John T. Benson, Deft )
To John D. Benson, the above named defend
ant: In the name of the State ot Oregon, yon are
hereby summoned and required to appear and
answer the complaint of the plaintiff In the
above entitled suit In the above entitled court,
now on file 11 the olflce of the clerk of said court
on or before l.i ciat day of the time prescribed
in the order for publication of this summons
made by the county judge of Benton county,
state of Oregon which order is hereinafter re
ferred to to- wit, March 23d. 1906, and you are
hereby notified that if you (ail so to appear and
answer the said complaint as herein required,
for want thereof the plaintiff will apply to the
above entitled court lor the relief demanded in
her said complaint, namely, for a decree of
divorce from the said defendant forever c'lssolv
lug the marriage contract existing between the
plaintiff and said defendant, and for suchother
further and different rule, order or relief, as to
the court may seem proper. - .
This summons is published In the Cotvallis
Times once a week for six successive and con
secutive weeks, beginning with tbe issue of
February 9, 1906.. and ending with the Issue ot
March 23, 1906, under and la pursuance of the
directions contained in an order made by the
HonVirgU E., Wattem, .county judge of Benton
county, Oregon, befng the , county where the
above entitled snit is .pending in the above en
titled circuit court, dated February 8, 1906.
JPaUMI first publication hereof is February
, , - Plaintiffs Attorney.