The Corvallis times. (Corvallis, Or.) 1888-1909, April 10, 1906, Image 2

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    Corvallis Times
CORVALLIS OREGON,
TUESDAY EVENING APRIL JO, 1906.
THE MOTHER DEAD.
IF THEY MURDERj-
, Possibly a conspiracy is hatching
to murder Mountain wntpr. T?ti.
mors that fly and the statements of
a lawyer give such suggestion
Dallying with its water supply has
suffering and death that money can
not recompense . and the plague of
typhoid, though checked, is not
eliminated. Constantly recurring
cases of typhoid in Coryallis are a
warning of . how . we may stand on
the. vprcrp of a similar fnir1iml
which .care alone might forfend.
The people of Corvallis hear the
uauoiiDg oi me cooi, crystal stream
; in the gorges of the snow( peaked
mountain to the west. They wait
with longing for Its cool, clear flow
into their .homes, uncontaminated
it will bring to the menace and
dread of a fever scourge. It
would seem ao unseasonable time
to seek, now to murder, or even
maim mountain water.
Northern Pacific.
2 Daily Trains 2
Duluth, Minneapolis, St. Paul
; and the East.
.. 2 Trains Dai 1 y 2
Denver, Lincoln, Omaha Kan
sas City St. Louis and East,
And Only two Survivors Left
-rThe Passing of Mrs.
John Day.
Mrs. John Day died at the home
of Mrs. Mattie Knight in Forest
Grove at 16 o'clock Sunday night,
with typhoid fever. The funeral
occurred from the Christian church
in Corvallis at two o'clock this af
ternoon, the remains having arrived
from Forest Grve on the train to
day. The services were conducted
by Rev, Handsaker, and the Order
of Washington was in charge of
the ceremonies. Interment was in
Crystal Lake cemetery.
Mrs. Day was a native of Ger
many, having come to this country
when a small child. She was 41
years of age on the 1 8th of last
February.
This is the fourth death to occur
in the Day family ; from typhoid
within five weeks- Miss Eva, the
eldest daughter died February 24th,
another daughter, Miss Ina, Feb.
29th, and a son Joseph, March 5th.
The mother, who had been ill with
typhoid in this city, but who teem
ed about recovered, went to Foreit
Grove to be. with 'her friend, Mrs.
Knight for awhile, was stricken
again with disease, amd she too,
passed to the great beyond.
The only survivors are Mr. Day
and one son, the latter of whom
early died with typhoid some
weeks ago in Corvallis. The case
of this family is perhaps the saddest
ever known in Corvallis, and the
sympathy for those who are left
to mourn is general and ' sincere.
Four dally trains between Portland and Seattle
Pullman First-class sleepihg cars. Pullman
Tourist sleeping cars, Dialog cars night and day,
Observation and Parlor cars.
The regular Yellowstone Park Route via. Liv
ingston and Gardiner, Mont., the government
official entrance to the Park.
Park season June 1st to September 20th.
See Europe it you will but see America first.
8tart right Se Yellowstone National Park
Nature's greatest wonderland.
Wonderland The famous Northern Pacific
book can be had for the asking or six cents by
mail.
The Route of the "North Oonrt limited" the
Only Electric Lighted Modru Train from Port
land to the East.
The ticket office at Portland to (it 2,"w Morrison
street, corner Third; A. r. Carlton, Assistant
benerai passenger Agent, Portland, Or.
SEMI
ANNUAL REPORT OF COUNTY OFFICERS, BENTON COUNTY,
STATE OF OREGON, FOR SIX MONTHS ENDING
MARCH 31, 1906.
COUNTY TREASURER.
hand and received from October 1,' 1905, to March 31, 1906,
Amount on
both inclusive:
County
Fund.
Amount on hand last report $ 2,056.04
Received from sheriff taxes 1904-1905 35,316.67
Received from sheriff taxes 1904-1905, school No. 9
Received from sheriff taxes 1905, school No. 17
Received from sheriff taxes 1905. school No. 59
Received from sheriff taxes 1905, school No. 1
Received from sheriff taxes 1905, school No. 14
Received from sheriff taxes 1905, school No. 25
Received from sheriff taxes 1905, school No. 18
Received from sheriff taxes 1905, school No. 19
Received from sheriff taxes 1905, school No. 69
Rece'ived from sheriff taxes 1905, school No. 23 '.
Received from sheriff taxes 1905, school No. 6
Received from sheriff taxes 1905, school No. 15
Received from sheriff taxes 1905, school No. 3
BaTSnce on hand last report school No. 25
Balance on hand last report school No. 59
Balance on hand last report school No. 69 '. .
Received from sheriff taxes 1904-5, City Corvallis 5,593.44
Received from sheriff taxes 1905, City Philomath . . . 668.72
Balance on hand last report institute fund
Received from school supt. for institute fund
School
Fund.
$13,188.54
13,027.32
3,282,42
564.11
34.81
84.86
8.25
81.99
8.78
20.41
17.33
53.90
184.15
69.52
105.96
10.55
1.18
53.53
74.00
88.90
Received from recorder, fees
Received from county clerk, fees
Received from clerk,' redemption taxes 1902-3-4 .
Received from justices of peace, fines
Received from H. S. Pernot, donation on roads .
Received from' sec'y Lewis and Clark' exposition .
Received sec'y Lewis and 'Clark, overcharge work
Received secretary of state for road fund
Received from recorder, "indemnity fund"
Received from county clerk for road Dist. No. 3 . .
Received from county clerk for road Dist. No. 12.
Received sheriff special tax 1905 road Dist. No. 2 .
Received sheriff special tax 1905 road Dist.
Received sheriff special tax 1905 road Dist.
Received sheriff special tax 1905 road Dist.
Received sheriff special tax 1905 road Dist.
Received sheriff special tax 1905 road Dist.
Received sheriff special tax 1905 road Dist.
Received sheriff special tax 1905 road Dist. No,
Balance on hand last report "indemnity fund"
Balance on hand last report road fund ......
Balance on hand last report road Dist- No. 1 . .
Balance on hand last report road Dist' No. 13.
Balance on hand last report road Dist. No. 15.
Balance on hand last report road Dist- No. 19.
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
5....
13...
15...
17...
18...
19...
22...
633.40
362.65
7.25
26.50
50.00
60.00
.50
192.37
1.00
3.00
4.17
690.38
303.66
694.68
; 743.72
567.73
283.64
206.77
263.39
9.75
10.25
1.50
161.92
13.22
15.86
1.16
IOSt.
Last Sunday between Corvallis
and the Sol King farm, a folding
pocket book issued by the Mer
chants Bank of Pembina, North
Dakota. Finder will be liberally
rewarded for the return of the same
to the Times office.
William McCarty.
DIXIE JUBILEE SINGERS.
The Original Dixie Jubilee Sing
ers,, the best colored musical show
touring the West this season, will
give a grand peformance at the
Opera House next Thursday night.
The members of this company have
a high moral as well as a ' musical
standard, and they have been train
ed in some of America'sbestschools
Rust University of Miss.,Knoxville
College and Fisk University of
Tennessee, and Oberlin College of
Ohio, are represented in the com
pany. Their quartette is a special
and is always a favorite. Their
selections of songs varies from op
era to the negro boat and cabin
songs. J. K. Shields, pastor of the
M. E. church, Chicago, says of
them:
"The Dixie Jubilee Singers gave
a concert in our church, which was
filled to its utmost capacity. Their
singing was so satisfactory that we
expect to have them again."
The prices are only 25, 35 and
50 cents, and every one who loves
darkey singing should attend this
entertainment.
- $30,961.67
School
Fund.
v
For Sale or Rent.
Two good cows. One Canton
sulky plow, five cords oak wook.
Inquire at Times office.
Wanted.
Good broadcast seeder,
corn cultivator and goats.
Inquire at Times office.
riding
Imported Black Percheron Stallion.
55296 Potache 40064
Will make the season of 1906 at
Abbott's feed barn, Corvallis, Ore.
Potache was winner of 1st prize
at St. Louis Fair; 1st at American
Royal Live Stock Show, Kansas
City; 1st at Government -Show in
France; also International Live
Stock show at Chicago 1904.
Mares from a distance will be
furnished first class pasture. Terms
$25 to insure.
. T. K. Fawcett, .
Corvallis, Oregon.
j $48,942.18
Amount paid out and on hand from October 1, 1905, to. March .31, 1906,
inclusive:
County
"Fund.
Paid on state tax for 1905-6 : . $11,815.00
Paid on state violation game law 42.00
Paid on county warrants 18,174.04
Paid interest on warrants 354.85
Balance on hand county fund 8,127.12
Paid on school orders
Balance on hand school fund
Paid school District No. 9
Paid school District No. 17
Paid school District No. 1..
Paid school District No. 59
Paid school district No. 14
Paid srfhool District No. 25
Paid school District No. 18
Balance on hand school District No. 18 .
Paid school District No. 19
Balance on hand school District No. 69
Paid school District No. 23
Paid school District No. 6
Balance on hand school District No. 15
Paid school District No. 3
Paid City of Corvallis 5,593.44
Paid City of Philomath 668.72
Balance on hand indemnity fund 10.75
Paid for institute use '
Balance on hand institute fund
$13,203.50
13,013.52
3,282.42
564.11
84.86
35.99
8.25
92.54
5.25
3.53
20.41
70.86
53.90
184.15
69.52
105.96
8.00
154.90
For County Recordei.
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for the democratic nom
ination for the office of county re
corder, subject to the decision of
the voters, at the primaries April
20th.
Harley L. Hall.
Spraying.
City or country work, country a
specialty; reasonable rates. Inde
pendent phone, 852, or 362. En
quire of J. R. Smith.
Read, Fullerton & Hubler,
Corvallis.
Order Seeds Now.
Red Clover AUike, Alfalfa, Rap
Speltz and Artichokes. I can furnish
inoculated seeds and land plaster, that
will double the yield. See sample of
seed at Wellsher & Gray's store.
,v. Wanted 80 ton Vetch seed for May
shipment.
I, li. Brooks. ,
Tea
One Dollar Savnd Represents
' Dollars Earned. "
The average man does not save to exceed
ten per cent, of his earnings. He mustsnend
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
vested, like buying seeds for his garden, will
save several dollars outlay later on. It is
the same in buying Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It costs
but a few cents, and a bottle of it in the house
often saves a doctors bill of several dollars
x or sale by Graham & Wortham.
Sawmill for Sale.
I will sell my mill property located
4 1-2 miles southwest of Philomath, Or
egon, consisting of 160 acres all good
second and old growth fir, excepting 12
actes which are under cnltivation. House
barn, mill, and outbnildiugs all new.
Mill was cut in two years ago, 35 horse.
water and steam power .combined, 44
and 50 in. saws, edger. plainer, saw-dust
and slab conveyers, large water tank
and tower, all complete and in perfect
running order, capacity 10,000 feet per
dav. worth fc.oooi will take $1,500 if
taken soon. Call on or address
OTIS SKIPTON.
tf. 309, Second St., Portland, Or.
. ... Wanted.
To buy 500 goats. ' State grade,
age and price, also how many nan
nies. : .
Address C. M. Giddings,
" Albany.
Paid on road orders
Balance on hand road fund
Paid road District No. 1 .1
Balance on hand road District No. 2. .
Balance on hand road District No. 3 . .
Balance on hand road District No. 5 . .
Balance on hand road District No. 12.
Paid road District No. 13 ......
Balance on hand road District No. 13.
Paid1 road District No. 15
Balance on hand road District No. 15.
Balance on hand road District No. 17.
Balance on hand road District No. 18.
Paid road District No. 19
Balance on hand road District No. 19.
Balance on. hand road District No. 22.
12.12
190.50
1.50
690.38
3.00
303.66
4.17
186.95
669.65
163.22
593.72
567.73
283.64
15.86
206.77
263.39
Total
State of Oregon,
$30961.67
$48942.18
)
)ss
County of Benton. ) .
I. W. A. Buchanan, county treasurer of Benton county, Oregon, hereby
certifv that the foregoine is a true statement of the amounts received, the
amounts paid out and the balance on hand . in the counjy treasury for
six months ending March 31, 1906.
(Signed) W. A. BUCHANAN,
County Treasurer.
SHERIFF.
the
Semi-Annual Statement of the Sheriff of Benton County, Oregon.
Semi-annual statement of the amount received, amount paid over to the
county treasurer and the balance on hand for the six months ending March
31, 1906: ;-!
Debits. i 1
Oct. 1, 1905, to cash on hand $ 3,366.61
To amount taxes collected 67,413.49
To amount mileage collected ' 3.80
$70,783.90
Credits. 'f 1
By cash paid to the county treasurer ,.$62,876.61
By cash on hand .-. 7,907.29
Disparene Spray.
For fruit trees and shrubbery.
See Montgamery & Newton. For
sale by
Thatcher & Johnson.
Stockholders of Corvallis Indepen-
dent Telephone Co. "
Notice is hereby given that the
annual meeting of the stockholders
of the Corvallis Independent Tele?
phone Company ' will be held at the
office of , the company, in . Zierolf
building ' In Corvallis, :,. Oregon, on
Wednesday, the 9th day of May,
1906, at the hour - of eight o'clock
in the evening of said day for the
purpose of electing directors for the
ensuing year, and the transaction
of such other business as may le
gally come before the meeting.
Robert Johnson, secretary.
Corvallis, Oregon.
April 6, 1906.
$70,783.90
State of Oregon, )
.' )ss
County of Benton. )
I, M. P. Burnett, sherriff of Benton County, State of Oregon, do hereby
certify that the foregoing statement is a true and correct statement of the
amount cash received, the amount paid to the, County Treasurer, and the
balance on hand for the six months ending March 31st,. 1906.
M. P. BURNETT, :
Sheriff of Benton County,' Oregon. ,:
COUNTY CLERK.
Report of the County Clerk of Benton County, Oregon, showing the
amount of the County warrants drawn as per order of the County Court,
and on what account the same were allowed, from the 1st day of October,
1905, to March 31st, 1906 both Inclusive.
County Court
Circuit Court. ?6.05
Season's Introduction
We make our spring annoncement with feeling of grati
tude to our friends and patrons for their very liberal patron
age during the past season, and we now open the spring cam
paign with the choicest, largest and most select stock ever
brought to this city.
New dress goods, wash fabrics, white goods, silks,
spring jackets, silk coats, wash shirt waist suits,
silk shirt waist suits, walking and dress skirts,
wash skirts, silk and Pres de soie petticoats, shirt
waists, muslin underwear, knit underwear, corsets,
- ladies and childrens fine shoes, linen dusters, wrap
pers, kimonas, ribbons, laces, embroideries, belts,
neckwear, haberdashery, lace curtains, curtain nett,
table linens, towels, napkins, sheets and pillow
cases, muslins, sheeting, blankets etc.
Bring along your favorite catalog from abroad and we
will duplicate and price on it Some eases less.
JhiStices Court... -
Sheriff's ! Office ,
Cflerksi's Office. .
Recorder's Office '
County Treasurer's Office
School Superintendant's Office
Salary Stock . Inspector.
Assessment and-collection of Taxes..
Assessor's Office. . , ...........
Tax Rebates. '
Current Expenses, Stationary, books, stamps, etc...
Court House expense. Janitor, Water, Lights, Wood.
Toll Vinorri PrlannAra At.fi ....l....
Care of County Poor, County Physician, etc ' 1088.80
Relief Indigent Soldier . i . .
Insane
Ferries
Election ,
Scalp Bounty on wild animals
Roads and Highways, Including special Road fuynds
TroHinfTinrw TTpariTis' Proa. Attv. Office
Lewis and Clark Exposition Portland 526.05
Advertisement Benton County. , 150.00
Continued on page 4
513.30
1028.71
988.00
499.98
-; 250.01
. 544.95
25.00
267.38
: 1100.00
i . 47.19
. 507.04
501.76
27.05
20.00
12.00
349.20
67.90
60.00
4345.68
91.60
In The Spring Time
In the balmy days of spring when the time for gen
eral house cleaning arrives there is always something
needed in the line of
Furniture, Wall Paper
Garpet, Matting Etc
We cannot mention in detail all we have, but here
a few window shades, curtain poles, hat hooks, clothes
racks, towel holders, dusters, whitewash brushes, wisp
brooms, bamboo goods, comb cases, portiers, rugs, shelf
brackets, carpet tacks, chair seats, stands, picture hooks,
room moulding, lamp and lamp burners. Have you ex
amined our new CARPETS and MATTING, it will pay
you to call expressly for that purpose.
Hollenberg & Cafly.
Large Line Go-Carts.
New Line Couches.
There are no better than the best
The flour that stands the test,
Pure, quality, appearance grand,
So surely, White Crest brand.
Good Bread
Delicious Pastrv
Fancy Cakes, Etc.
So easily made with White Crest
the flour of excellence so good
you always want more, order a
sack today, 105 cents per sack.
11UUC2) UlUtClJ, 203
.... Times Job office for the
BEST OF PRINTING.
Anything from a calling card to
a one-sheet poster. Color work
done right.