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THE MllS GAZETTE.
FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1901.
JTOr ATTRIBUTIVE TO TARIFF.
The immense wealth accumu
lated by Mr. Carnegie is attri
buted by many to the operation
of the protective tariff. It i to
be expected that socialists and
cemmunists will promulgate
such statements, but it is sur
prising thai reputable writers
and reliable publication will re
let- to Carnegie's phenommal
uccess as proof positive that the
protective system is simply
rc-bbery of censumers to enrich
producers and monopolists. Even
though a writer is unable te
divest himself of the merely
academie view of free trade and
protection, he should not be
reckless nor careles9 of facts.
The truth is the tariff has been
an exceedingly small facto; in
producing Mr. Carflegie's wealth
Other manufacturers of iron and
steel in the field before him and
reaping all the benefits of proteo
tioa fe-ralsnger time than he
hai, have aot become immense
ly rich.- He cared very little
what protection was given his
business by either the Wilson
tariff e-r afterward by the Ding-
ley tariff act. In fact, the tarifi
on strustoral steel was reduced
by the act of 1897. Mr. Car
negie well understood that the
sources of his wealth could
neither be harmed nor benefited
by any possible tariff legislation
We must look in ether direc
tiens if we would understand
how a poor and almost friendless
Scotch boy became a "king of
industry" and amassed immense
wealth. While yet in an humble.
subordinate position with the
Pennsylvania Central Railroad
Company, his fidelity, great
energy and natural ability
brtughl kirn to the notice of
Edgar Thompson, president of
the railroad Company and gained
lor aim exceptional opportu
nities for advancement. With
Thompson and other railroad
men he became connected with
several manufacturing concerns
in Pittsburg. Of course these
were given special advantages
ib the way of transportation and
patronage by the railroad com
pany. The Pennsylvania Railroad
company was organized, it is a
huf e monopoly, controlling many
utilities beside transportation
Men connected with it or close
in its councils bonght up large
tracts ot coal lanas, beds of iron
ore, limestone, etc. Mr. Car
negie became a large holder in
these undeveloped resources.
His first large manufacturing
plant was the Edgar Thompson
steel works at Braddock. This
was to manufacture steel rails by
the Bessemer process, and of
course had the assured patronage
of the Pennsylvania company.
The Homestead works, the works
- at Carnegie, numerous blast
furnaces, mines, and quarries
followed. He organized or
gained control of many lines of
manafacture of steel, rails,
armor-plate and structural steel
being the leading products. He
was rapidly converting his large
holdings of raw material into
manufactured commodities and
He oalled science to his aid.
. Skillful chemists and metallur
gists were employed at princely
salaries; inventive genius was
patronized; new processes were
discovered; new machinery and
mechanical devices invented and
employed, and every effort was
put forth to bring the processes
of manufacture to the greatest
attainable point of economy in
labor time and material and the
highest degree of perfection in
tha finished product. He in
fused his subordinates with seme
thing of his own indomitable
energy and pertinacity of pur
pose and all labored to make the
Carnegie works and their pro
duct the best in the world. Dur-
. f 1 : a 1 ..
ly through his efforts the cost f
a ton of steel as been reduced
over six hundred per cent, while
the uses to which it is applied
have simply become innumera
ble. His own sterling integrity,
ssV C i
industry, good judgment, energy
and daring courage; his early
and influential associates; his
wise selection and liberal treat
ment of subordinates; his con
trol of natural sources of wealth,
these, and not a protective
tariff, are the real sources of Mr.
Carnegie'. immense fortune.
During the session ot the legis-
ature f 1890, a law was passed !
giving the clerk of the supreme
court a salary direct, which also
provided that parties presenting
cases for appeal to the supreme
court should pay $25 on filing
their transcript, and the respon
dent should pay $20, which
should be paid over by the clerk
to the stata treasurer. The ob
ject being to reimburse the state
for the salary paid to the clerk.
Ihe last legislature, however,
passed an amendatory law re
ducing the amoBnt to be paid by J
the appellant to $15 and the re
spondent to pay $10. This is In
harmony with the action of the
legislature for several years npon
the lees and salaries paid county
ofEoers. When the count? offi
cers were placed on salary, tho
legislature irom time to time re
duced the fees to a mere wothicg
waica originally were paid to
compesae the officers fer their
work and when the salaries were
first had the fees were to be paid
to the county treasurer to reim
burse the taxpayer for the sal
aries paid. As soon as the offi
cer is plaoed on a salary and has
no longer an interest in keeping
the fees up the legislature loses
all interest is the taxpayer, and
consents to the passage of any
law which will prevent the gen
eral publie from obtaining their
The new law passed by the
last legislature requiring; chattel
mortgages t be recorded in full
npon the county records, and
farther providing that the lien
expires after thirty days from
the time mortgaged personal
property is removed from the
coanty where the property was
mortgaged and the mortgage
filed, has the unmistakable ear
marks that it originated and was
passed in the interest of curb
stone speculators .whose busiaess
is to buy and speculate in per
senal property which may be
meved about the country from
osunty to county. It certainly
was not passed ia the interest
of the regular business of the
county. Neither was i t passed
ts make chattel mortgage secur
ities better or to enable people to
do business on that Glass of
security. The effect will be to
put a stop to a large portion of
business being done with chattel
security which has hitherto been
Notice ia hereby given that the county
ceurt of Ban ton county, Oregon, will ac
cept scaled bids up 'to 1 o'clock p.m.
Wednesday, April 24, 1901, for the build
ing of a covered bridge across Marys
River at camp ground near Philomath,
Oregon. Main span 60 feet, approaches
180 feet. Said bridge is to be built of
red or yellow fir, in accordance with the
plans and specifications now on file in
this office, and to be completed by Jnne
Also, at said time bids will be received
for the construction of two small bridges
adjoining Corvallis on the north, same
to be built in accordance with the plans
and specifications now on file in this
office, and to be completed oy Jane 1,
The court reserving the right lo reject
any and all bids.
.V. E. Waiters, County Clerk.
Corvallis, Or., April 9, 1901."
92 A nice residence 1 acre of land in
Corvallis, 5 minutes walk from postoffice;
88 80 acres; 50 in cultivation; good
house, barn, fruit and water; 3 miles
from Philomath. A ood farm for
74 160 acres; 30 in cultivation; small
house; good barn and water; 1 miles
frem town; cheap at $1,500; on main
county road ; goad pasture and timber. ,
113 A good 7-room house with one
half acre lot; fruit, good water, chicken
houses and Sheds, price $600 ; well ar
ranged for ponltry raising; this is a
cheap little home, 10 minutes walk from
Real Estate Agent,
Box 59, Philomath, Benton County, Oregon.
"Last winter I was confined to my
bed with a very bad cold on the lungs.
Nothing .gave me relief. Finally my
wife bought a bottle of One Minute
Cough Cure that effected a speedy cure.
I cannot speak too highly of that excel
lent remedy." Mr. T. K. Houseman,
Manatawney, Pa. Graham & Wells.
Will rent 200 acres of land west of
Menroe and take part payment ef rest
in work andimprovements tha place.
Address M. S. Woodcock,
' .... Administrator,
Corvallis, Oregon. ... - '
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You cannot enjoy perfect health, rosy
cheeks and sparkling eyes if your liver
is sluegish and your bowels clogged. De-
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whole system. They never gripe, :Gra
ham & Wells.
Uniformed S. P. Porters.
Tho Southern Pacific Co. intends,
shortly, lo uniform its passenger attend
ants the Oakland pier and San Fran
They will wear dark blue suits and
bright red caj s with a broad black baad
bearing in gold letters the words, "S. P.
Co. Porter,'' so that they may be readily
distinguished. Their duties will be to
assist passengers in every way possible,
directing them to proper trains, boat en
trances, etc., helping ladies and children
without escort on and oil' trains, and
showing such attention to the traveling
public as will tend to make them a pop
ular feature in the Eervice.
Notice is hereby given that, pursuant
to an order of the district court of the
United States for the district of Oregon,
the undersigned trustee will, on Friday,
April 26, 1901, beginning at the hour of
10 o'clock iu the iorenoen of that da v,
on the Osburn stock farm, two miles
we&tof Corvallis, Oregon, Bell at public
auction to the highest bidder or bidders,
twenty-eight head ef blooded cattle,
being the blooded cattle raised by John
M. Us burn, on said farm.
The trustee is authorized to sell said
cattle one or more at a time. A pedigree
will be delivered with each animal sold.
Terms of sale, cash in hand.
J. O. Wit son.
Trustee of the Bankrupt Estate of
John M. Osburn, Bankrupt,
- Notice of Final Settlement.
Notice is hereby triven that thj undersigned.
administer of the estate of John L. Clark, deceased,
has filed his final aectnnt, in said estate in the
county court of Benton county, Oregon, and that
said court has appointed Saturday, the 11th day of
May A. D. J 901, at the hour of ten o'clock a. m. at
county court room, in the court bouse, in the city
of Corvallis, Benton county, state of Oregon, as
the time and place to hear objections, if any, t said
final account, and the settlement xf said account
Corvallis, Oregon, April 6, 1901.
EDWIN M. OLARK,
Administrator of the Estate of John L. Clark, De
ceased. Executor's Sale of Real Property,
. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of authority
and direction to me given by the list will and testa
me&t of James E. Fisk, late of Benton county, state
of Oregon, deceased, I will on Saturday, the 4th day
of May, 1961, at the hour 2 o'clock in the afternoon of
that day at the front .door of the court house, in
Corvallis, JSenton county, Oregon, off er for sale at
public auction, to the highest bidder for cash in
hand, all the right title and interest that said de
ceased at the time of his death had in or to the
following described real property towit:
"Beginning at a point on the east boundary line
(1S2.64) one hundred thirty-two and 64-100 reds
north from the south east corner of the Donation
Land Claim of Way man St. Clair and Maiiala J.
St. Clair, it being claim number forty-seven (47),
notification number six thousand fur hundred and
forty 6440, in township twelve 12 south, range
six 0 west of Will Mer; thence southerly alonjr the
east bouncary line of said claim to the north line
of the Oregon Central & Eastern Railroad Com
pany's risrht of way; thence southwesterly along
said boundary line of said right of way to the east
line of E. Whitehead's tract of land; theaca north
along said cast line to the northeast corner of the
E. Whitehead tract of land; thence westerly along
the north boundary line of said tract of land to
the southeast corner of the lot or parcel of land
hereinbefore (said will) deviBcl to Rosetta A.
Buchanan; thence north along the east boundary
line of said lot ef land to the north boundary line
of my (James E. Fisfc's) said farm or tract of land
93.75 rods; thence easterly along said narth bound
ary line to the place of 'beginning 76.47 rods, con
taining 36 acres of land more or less in Benten
county, state of Oregon," said tract ef land belong
ing to f aid deceased at the time of his death. The
proceeds of said gale to be applied to the payment of
expenses of last sickness of said deceased, funeral
expenses, expenses of administration and claims
against the estate of said deceased, the residue, if
any, to be paid to the widow of said deceased,
Louisa J. Fisk.
Dated at Corvallis, Or., this 5th dav of April, 1901.
Sole sutviping executor of said last will and Testa
ment of James E. Fisk. deceased.
The first National Bank
OF CORVALLIS, OREGON.
- OFFICERS- & DIRECTORS
M. S. WOODCOCK, President.
C. E. MOOR, Vice-President.
WALTER T. WILES, Cashier.
GEO. E. LILLY, Assistant Cashier.
JOHN WILES, Corvallis, Oregon.
On alt kinds of approved security, and especially
to encourage and build up the legitimate busi
ness enterprises and industries of this country. ,
Received subject to check payable on demand.
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FORTUNES MADE IN OIL STOCKS.
THE PORTAND OIL COMPANY'
Of Portland, Oregon,
Owns Sixty Acres of the Best Oil Lands in California, is Incor
porated under the Laws of Oregon; Stock is
GUARANTEED Stock at 20 cents per share; COMMON Stock at
10 cents rer share. Company composed of responsible business men of
Portland. PAR VALUE ifl 00 PER SHARE. .
BUY NOW and take advantage of rise in price which is Eure to
follow. Active operations have already begun. Oil will be struck with
in four months. Books of company are always OPEN TO INSPECTION
Many similar stocks have advanced to $10 and $20 per share. No cer
tificates will be issuod for le?s than one hundred shares.
For all further particulars and prospectus, apply to WALTER G.
KEADY, Corvallis, Oregon, agent for
L. Y. KEADY & CO.,
110 Sherlock Bldg, Portland, Oregon.
It is well to remember that vou
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Notice te Creditors.
Xoliee is hereby given that the undersigned has
been appointed administrator of the estate of
Thomas Wyatt, deceased, by the county court of
Benton county. Oregon. All persons havincr claims
against saiu estate are hereby notified to present
the sane, duly verified, together with the proper
vouchers, to ute at the law office of Bryson St Wood
son in Corvallis, Benton county, Oregon, within six
months from the date of this notice. -
Dated this 1st day of March A. D, 1901.
GEOKGE W. WYATT,
Administrator of said Estate.
Notice for Publication.
Land Office at Oregon City, Oregon,
March 1901. -Notice
Is hereby sven that the following
named settler has filed notice ef his intention
to make flcaJ proof in support of his claim, and
mat saia prooi be znaae Deiore me uounty
Clerk, ol Benten County, at Corvallis, Oregon,
on April 22, 1901, viz:
THOMAS M. LASKEY,
H. E. No. 11838, for the NE, Section 32, T 11
South, Kangtt 7 West. He names the follow
ing witnesses to prove his continuous residence
upon and cultivation of said land, viz: J.
Abner Woods, George Woods, Thomas Mulkey,
ilvarow Mulkey, all ol Blodgett, Oregon.
CHA.S. B. MOORES,
Notice for Publication.
Uxitkd States Land Office,
Oregvn City, Oregcn, Deo. 10, 19eO.
Ntice is hereby given that in compliance with the
provisions f as act of Congress of June 3, 1878, en
titled "Ac act fr tb sal f timber lands in the
States of California, Oregon, Nevada, and Washing
ton Territory," as extended to all the Public Land
States by act cf August 4, 1892,
CHARLES D. TICK,
Of Fall City, county of Polk, State of Oregtn, has
this day filed inthis office his & worn btatement No.
6333. for the pm chase of the N. J N. W. 1-4, N. &
hi. E. 1-4 of Section No. 34, in lownship N. 12 S,
Range N. 7 W.. and will offer proof td show that
the land fought is vore valuabla for its timber or
stone than for agricultural purposes, and to estab
lish his claim to said land before the Register and
Receiver of this office at Oregon City, Oregon, en
Friday, the 8th day of March, 1901. He names as
witnesses: Michael Flynn, Freeman Robinson,
Peter Miller and Alvin Robinson, all of Falls City,
Any and all persons claiming adversely the above
described lands are requested to file their claims in
this office on or before said 8th dav of March 1901.
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SOUTH and EAST
Southern Pacific Company.
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Trains leave Corvallis for Portland
ana way stations at 1:20 p. m.
Lv Portland 8:80 a m
Ly Allmtiy 12:30 p m
Ar Ashland 12 :33 a in
Ar Sacramento 5 -00 p m
Ar Bah Francisco-7 :45 p m
S :30 p m
10:58 p m
9.30 a 11
Ar Ogden 5 :45 p ru
Ar Denver 0:00 am
Ar KanSaiCitv... 76 a rn
At Chicago 7 r55 a m
11 :45 a m
0 :00 a m
7 :25 a m
:80 a m
Ar Los Angeles- 1 :20 pm
Ar El Paso os88ffn
Ar Fort Ifmi 0 Stim
ArOityof eieo.9:55 a rn
Ar H&Bgton 4 :C0 a m
Ar Jfffw Orleans.. 6 :26 a m
Ar WMaiegtoti 6 42 a m
Ar K ew York 12 :48pra
7 :09 a ra
0:80 a tn
12:4 p tn
PULLMAN AHD TOURIST CARS on
both trains. Chair cars Sacraments ta
Ogden and El Paso, end Tourist Cars te
Chicago, St LoHig, New Orleans and
Gotnsecting at Sfcn Francisco with sev
eral frteratibi lioea for Hroclalu. Japan,
China, Philippines, OoBtral and Sooth
Bta F. E. FAESIEft, agent a Corvallli
station, ot (torn Ms
C. H. KAEKHAM. G. P. A.,
E. H. TAYL0R
DraMstrT' of ererr dascrrp&es Anne In &rm
ABas manner, and satisfaction guur
Office ever Zlerolf ' flrrteery seosra, oprorfrj
me post traics, uervams. Oregon.
MRS. DR. CYLTKIE RAMSEY,
Specialties Diseases of women and
children : alsodeformitiea aed all chron
ic and nervous diseases.
Occidental Hotel Monday, Wednes
day and Friday, 1 :30 to 5 :30 p. m.
B. A. GATHEY, M. D.
Physician $ Surgeon
Kooms 14 in Sunk Building.
Office Heur -)
z to 4 p.m.
Residence: Corset Colleae and 8th Stk.
Teltplwme at office and residence.
6orva'Il, - - Oregon.
L. G. ALTMAN, M. D.
Office Comer 3rd and Monroe si reeU
Houas 9 to 18; 2 to 5; 7 to 8; Sun
day y ta 10.
Rksidisce Corner 3rd and Harrison
streets, Cervallis, Oregsn.
Telephone S15, at residence.
S. H. NEWTH
Physician &Sur geon
J. R. HARLAN
Residence in Block 30, Job's Addition
Orders may bo left at Graham & Wor-
JOS. H. WILSCW.
Practice in 'all State antf. Federal Court,
Office ingFirfcti National Bank Building,
Bryson $ Woodson
ATTORNEYS - AT - LAW
Office in Postoffice Building.
DR. JASA. HARPER
. Office in Wtutehorn Block
Does a general an3- conservative banking
, . White and Barred.
From prize-winning stock, second to
cone on Pacific coast, Ejes. $1 50 a set
ting of fifteen at yard, or 2 00 if packed.
J. u. iior.NiKG, corvallis. ur, ,
THE DIREST ROUTE TO
Montana, TTt, Colorado
and all Eastern Points
Gives choice or two favorite routes, via
the Union Pacific Fast Mail Line, or
the Rio Grande Seenie Lutes.
Look at the Time . .
1 J days to Salt Lake
. 2J days to Denver
3j flays to Chicago
4j days to New York
Free Recusing Cait Cars, Upholstered
ttst StSJittt Cm, a PBUjnau
Palace Srespers, operated to afl
For farther inforniatios, vpptjto
GEO. P. BGLfiJ. Agent, (!Walt&s, Or.
C O. TEBRY, W. R. GtfS.
TfSVi Pass. Aft. CMPi Agent.
14 third St., Portland, .
Corvallis & Eastern Railroad.
2 For Yaquina:
Train leaves Albany 12:45 p. m.
" Corvallis 1:50 p. m.
" arrive" Yaquina 6:45 p. to.
Leaves Yaquina. ... 6:10 a. m.
Leaves Co'vallis. . . . 11:30 a. m.
Arrives Albany .... 12:15 p. m.
3 For Detioit:
Leaves Albany 7:M) a. tn.
Arriyes Detroit .... 11:20 m.
Leaves Detroit .... . 12:10 p. w.
Arrives Albany .... 6:45 p. m.
One and two connect at Albany
and Corvallip with Southern Pacific
trains, giving direct service to a,nd
from Newport and adjaeeat
Trains for the mountains arrive
at noon, giving ample timfc to
ruaeh ramping grounds 6ft the
Breitebush and Santiaifl river the
H. L. Walden, Manager.
T. F. & P. A.
II. II. Cronise, Agent, Corvallis..
Depabt TIKE SCHEDULES' am.v
for from Portland fbom
Chicago- g ,t Denver,
Portland Kt -Worth, Omana
Special Kansaa citv St. i:3o p.m.
,nTu Louis, Chieage
via Hun- , v-I . "
tingtnn anJ EaSt
Atlantic Salt Lake, Denver,
Express Ft Worth, Omalia,
p. tn. Kansaa City, St 8:10 a.m.
via Hun- Lonis, Chicago and
c. , Walla Walla. Lew-
f ?? -i ie'on- Spokane,
fast Mail MiuBeapei8, St..m
6:00 p.m. Pauif DSith. Mil- ':00 a.m.
s!fvna wankee, Chicago,
Spokane and East.
Through Pullman and Tourist Sleepers
Ocean and Eiver Schedule.
All sailing nates
subject to change.
8 p. m. For San Francisco, 4 p. in.
Sail every fivedas
from April 2d.
T.. Railv Gc!mbia Hivsr .
tic. Sun . e.tR9ir.or P- Bt-
8. p. m. MeaiUBT. Except
Saturday. To Astoria & .way- 8undav
10 p. m. landing.
K.Dai'y Oregon Citv, New-4 jgjJ
E6Xk.n bej Sa.em, Inde-
fi a. m. 4 :30 p.m.
Tuesday Corvallis and Way- J.day'
Thursday; Landings. Wednsdy
7. m WILLAMETTE 3:30 p.m.
T uesday AND YAMHILL Menday
Thursday K1VERS Wednes
and Oregon City, Day- d 7, aEd
Saturd'v ton -Way-land's. rldy
Snake Rier. LB
.8' 40 a. m, .Riparia to Lewis B. Daily
Iily.l 8:30a. m
A. L CEAIG. Gen . Pass. Agent,
J. P. TAPSCOTT, Agent,
. Corvallis, Oregon.
Notice for Publication.
Ukitkd Statis Land Omcs,
OregoD City, Oregon. March, 4, 191.
Notice is hereby iriven that in compliance with the
provisicn of the act ol CongreM of June S, 1878,
entitled "An act for the rale of timher lanei in tke
States of California, Oregon, Kevada, ana Wash
ington Territory," as extendtd to all the Publie
Land States by act of Aogust 4. 1P92.
MRS. BESSIE S. FLYNN,
of Monmouth, county -of Polk, elate of Oregon, has
this day filed iu this office her sworn statemsat V:
53S3, for the iurcl a " ot Sot M-J andNJofSEJ
ofSictiun No.2 in Township ho IS South, Hang No
7 west and will offer proof to show that the land
souubt i.i more valuable for its timber or Hone than
for agricultural purposes, and to establish her claim
to saia laud befori the Register and UeceiT.r ef this
office at Oregon City. Orecon, on Wecnetday, the
20th day of May. 101. She mir.esa. witnewe.:
Michael G- u, of Fall City, folk Co, Or, Jaa U.
Flynn of Hon.outh. Polk Co.. Or Samuel W.
Ewin l- of Fall Citv, Polk Co., tr., John W. Hjd
of Philomath, Benton Co., Or. .
Anv and all persons claiming adversely the akeTe
deVcribed lands are requested to tile their claims ia
thii T office on o. before said SDth d.y ef May,
roil CHAS. B. MOORES.
i Kegiater '
Htlc et Fi-ol Settlcet.
Notice U hereby givea Ibet the pnderHjaoJ ftucn
toreftbeetaeofarth J. Rice, dechstt, baa
k tnal accousl is (aid estate In ta Ojosty
r.nrt.f tbattate ef Orerei, for Benton Beunty.
ittlag in probate, fcnd Saturday, ihe th Day ef
rebroarv, iser, w nw. , . v-.
Rn,,. In Cor.allil. Orezen, lathe tine aid
txed by the Court tot heannr ebjectfons, II any, to
said final accouat and the aeitltment tbereot ,
Bated January 11, IWA.
CaAtua B. Bioa,
' ' r . Kxecuter '