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About Corvallis gazette. (Corvallis, Benton County, Or.) 1900-1909 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 10, 1905)
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Tueso ind Fridays,
TSANSPOm HI ON AND TARIFF.
Merchamli.-w brought into any
country fri.r.i abroad must first
bear the co . t . of transportation,
trade : have been!
3 states and two!
Jury List for 1905.
proat'mass of: bellowing is tne list ot jurors
legislation is. for the most part '"PPwnted by the c oimty court
highly penal; its purpose was to ' ,
correct industrial wrongs by thej. - corvallis .
infliction of severe punishment. j b Goodman, H Hammersly,
Much of the legislation was as c D Abt.ott, John Alien, Fsxer
bad as the evils it was intended. Iiltu, CC Chipnn, W H Dil-
to destroy. It was enacted,. with, ley, A W hi'chrr. H.M'Flem-
honest intent, but with poor. nini,; Q A Graog. G Harding,
judgment and ignorance of real L' Henkle, - Riley Hrdburt,
conditions. . . nos Bonljn Joh,rBier Ed
Qn the other hand, there have! J"xlon' J r CronV Pr? '
, j. tl. , ;lhos H Cot.p-r, G W Dixon,
been passed mjnany of the states John- Fishei. Robert Glass H H
lawsoiauuiy oppugn G!a.-sfor, Henry Gerhard, GG
acter. borne states permit ana ; Horning, E B Homing, . R H
encourage the, formation of cor-1 Huston, J D Hnkill, S Tensen.
I porations and combinations with 'ST Kerr, A N Locke, W P
times which foreign goods must unlimited power, subject to no.Laffcrty, J H Moure, Tbos. C&U
and in tiir '
when the- cost of
was great, and
' V animal power or
.-ailing vessels for
, made the high cost
a protection to the
domestic producer in any coun
try. The distances in those
be carried and the cost of trans
portation over that distance alone
served to create a protection for
the domestic producer.
I recer.t times, the distance
and" costly transportation have
changed. The railroad and the
modern steamship' have reduced
the cost of transportation com
pared with that of . forty years
ago, while the telegraph and
telephone have removed delays
in distance and time. Goods or
dered by tlie.se methods or cable,
transported from its place by
trolley road, or boats operated
by steam or electricity, or by
railway . to xhe Atlantic, and
thence by great steamships, built
to carry hundreds of carloads at
a voyage, across the ocean,1 and
again by railroad to the interior
of the United States being the
cheapest transportation known
to man prior to this time, can be
placed at the door of the con-
somer in the United States for a
small percentage of the cost of
transporting -the same fifty years
ago. The protection which dis
tance and the cost of transporta-
tion once afforded to the local
producer has disappeared, and
without a protective tariff, estab
lished by the government, he has
a formidable competition in the
low priced labor of every part of
the world. The cheap labor of
the densely populated countries
-cf Europe, the 140 million low
priced workers of Russia, the
3GQ million people of India, whose
average wages are but a few
-cents per day, and the 400 million
-workers of China , are today as
:mach the competitors of : the
workmen of the ' United , States
without the. aid of, the tariff as
though they Were -located just
across the border of the - United
States. Modern methods of
transportation and communica
tion have brought these masses
of cheap laborers and producers
to our doors, and without the
protection which the tariff
affords would place that cheap
Jabor in as close competiton with
'(Dor own people, as it would have
been a half century ago if located
Jboi one hundred miles away. .
restraint or regulation whatever, iahan, J F Aldiic.h.BW A Bates,
thus Drovidimr the means leading: J Blaekledge, Walter Brown,
to industrial .despotism. Both ;J' psutyaiu, u ti wivpman, K. ti
Colbert, J W Colbert, J W Craw
ford, W.G Davis, J A Dawson,
O De Haven: W E Dunham, W
.; Emery, Ellsworth Erwin, CXA
kinds of extreme legislation are
bad. The enforcement of a law
which prohibits corporate enter-
i i? .Li. -i
prise Decause oi tne gross aDuse'Qoul(j t Hartley
oi power oy a iew men, destroys
legitimate enterprise. . The state
which -grants unlimited powers
to corporations free from restric
tion and proper regulation mak
ing public the workings of the
corporation, creates an agency
that may by industrial supremacy
and abuse 'of corporate power
become a menace to free institu
tions. As long as industries are
kept within ' state borders the
national governme nt has . no
control over them
Import d 8 ack ,Prcheron wil
he in Corvailis, lor pervicp. fVr
January 1. For. further irf irma-
iioti address T. K Fawcett.
' B-llfunt,8i, O .
, 'or Infanta and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
A cyclone has struck our
. , KINGS VALLEY.
F Bevins, W S Alcorn, J Butt
par, W Maxfield, J Q Rogers,
F J Chambers. H L, Bash, R
Dunn, I Strand, H Sufert, C E
Notice for Pnbllcatlon. .
United States Land Office,
Oregon City, or., December 12, i904.
Notice is hereby (civou that the follciwing-immed
settler has tiled notice of his intcution to make
fiual proof in support of his claim, and that said
proof will be made before the County Clerk of Ben
ton county, at Corvallid, Oregon, on January 23,
1906, viz: .-
JAMES E. WKST,
H. E. No 12586'. for the Si SF, NEV SWtf SE1
NWJ, Sec 24, Tp 1C S, a 7 W. -
tie names the following witnesses to prove
bis continuous residence upon and cultivation
of said land, viz: Howard L. Bush. Bv Frantz.
John Bottger, Wallace Frantz, all of Hoskins. Or.
- - UKO. w. JBlBiSiS,
Real Estate Transfers.
. . TRUST. . ,
Laws for the prevention, reg
ulation, or suppression of trusts,
monopolies, or combinations in
For week" ending December 31 :
JMcI. Wood to E E Over
man et al, 27Q acres south of
Olive Underbill to Abram Un
derbill, 2 lots in Philomath;
M M Schenck and husband to
H M Cummin?, 4 lots, block 3,
Chases Add ; $500
W J Brown and wife to John
Brown, 5 ticres near Albany ;
$500. . . "
" P H Marley and .wife to E E
Wilson, 1 lots, block 6, Cor-
C. K. Greffoz and husband to
M C Miller, block 32, Averys
Add; $10. .
F S Holmes and wife to F, W
Holmes, 45 acrs near Albany; $i
M E Hisley et al to Geo Ver
non, 13 acres Alsea; $1.
J A Cauthorn to Ruth D
mormon, snerin s aeea lots 5
and 6, block 3, Corv; $1,968 72.
W, Winkle and wife to Wm
Newman, 165 acres neairv Bruce,
S McLain to A M McCaskey
and wife, 41 acres near Philo
M Schmidt' and wife to J F
Yates, small tract' in Corv; $10.
C B Crooks , and wife to U B
church, lot in Philomath; $125.
J. B. Horner and wife -to C. H.
Barnell, East - half of lots 7, 8
and 9, block 22, Co Add; $1,100.
H T French and wife to Eliza
A Belknap, near OAC; $2,425.
H Undethill, E F Stronk, W
F Miller, G E Barchard, A R
Duncan, F Long.-
A E Richardson, G H Warns-
ley, C H James, G I Seeldon, H
Scheele. - , -
All Cloaks, Jackets, Tourist Cloaks and Furs at
HALF PRICE during our January Sale. . . .
C C Huff, Scott KiDg, Geo
Bayne Sr, Wm Gellatly, J E
Johnson, R Matheny, Thos D
Huff), T E Read, Ed Pyburn,
R NWilliamson, J C Smith.
I A Eogsden, T C Baker, J
Harris, W S Tomlinson, .Wil
son, H Larvis, J W Holman, W
A Beal,' E A Bl&cke, B W Har
ris, E E Howe,1 G-eo Einderman,
Theo Parker, A D Price, E C
Stallmaker, J Tomlipaon, L A
Peacock, F H Hughes, J Cress -well,
C A Hopson.
The list will, be completed in
our nex issue. . .h
Foley & Co., Chicag", originateil Honey
anil Tar as a throat and lung remedy,
anil on account of the rreat merit of
Foley's Honey ami Tar many iuntaiioriB
are offeieil for the genuine. Ak- for
Foley's Honey and Tar and refuse any
substitute offered as 110 other prepara
tion will give the same satisfaction. It
is mil(l,h" laxative. It routaina no opiates
and is eafeut for children and delicate
persons. Vjraham & YYortham have it
We have on hand a few large rugs and art squares which we will
. . . close at cost for want of room. . . ..
Notice to Creditors.
Notice Is hereby eiven that the tmdersiened
has been duV appointed by the county court
ot tne state ot uregon, tor tne county ot uen
ton, administrator of the estate of B. B. Barnes.
deceased, and all persons having claim
against said estate are hereby y requirea to
present the fame properly verified, a by law
required, at the oltiee of J. P., Yates within
si& montns irom cne ate nereot.
Dated, December 21, lfl4.
FOEKST R. BARNES,
Adm'r of the Estate of B. B. Barnes, Dec'd.
County court adourned Satur
day, to me'et Jabuary 21. At
this term of, court, the tax levy
was made as-follows: State tax,
5 mills on the dollar; state school
tax, 3 6-10 mills; county, 4 6-io;
county roads,-2 mills; total tax
levy tor the year -1905, 1.5 2-10
mills. The levy this year ,is
1 2-10 mills lower than last year.'
In addition to the levies, road
district No. voted a special
tax of 5 mills; road district No.
16 voted a special levy -or 6
mills, and road district No. 19,
a special tax of two mills.
The appointment of road super
visors and the making of bounda
ries for road districts were laid
over until court meets at the ad
Have your cake, muffins, and tea bis
cuit home-made. They will be fresher,
cleaner, more tasty and wholesome
Royal Baking Powder ps Ae house
rife to produce at home! auirklv anA yv.-
nomicdly, ,e and tascake,, raised
hpt-bkcuit, puddings trosl&l layer
cake, crisp cookies,: crullers, icrusts and
muffins, with which fte ready-made food
found at the bake-shop or grocery does i
not compare. . . : ri"V
4 Royal is the greatest of bake-day helps."
ROYAU BAKINd POWDER CO., NEW YORK.
HOW IS THIS?
An offer to make you come up
stairs and see ,us.
New Mainspring (none better)
Cleaning (ordinary watch),
$1.00. Cannot be done better at
any price. ,
MATTHEWS, The Jeweler,
Room 12, over
How to Avoid Pneumonia.
He Did Not Advertise.
We have never heard of a single in
stance of a cold resulting in pneumonia
or other lung trouble when Honey and
Tar has been taken. It not only stops
the cold but heals and strengthens the
lungs. Ask for Foley's Honey and Tar
and refuse any substitute offered. Dr,
C J. Bishop', of Agnew, Mich., writes
"I have used Foley's Honey and Tar in
tnree very severe cases ot pneumonia
with good results in every case,'' For
sale by Graham & Wortham. '
$10 50 Tailor-made Suits $5 25
13 50 " " 6 75
16 50 " ' " 8 25
20 00 " " 10 00
25 00 " " 12 50
. Notice to Creditors. -
Notice is hereby Kiven that the undersigned
was appointed executrix of the last will and
testament of C, . Moor, deceased, and all per
sons having claims against said estate are re
quired to present same, with proper voucheis,
to me at my home or to VV. . . Yates at his
office in CorvaUis, within six months from this
date. PERSIS J. LINDERMAN,
Dated January 10, 1905. Executrix.
Eight months ago there came
to Oregon City a merchant who
purchased a stock of goods. An
advertisement . was solicited of
the new merchant who informed
the newspaper man that he did
not believe in advertising, since
he seriously questioned the effi
cacy of reaching the public in
that way. ; Last week the same
business man paclied up his
goods and departed "for other pas
tures. The merchant who sev
ers partnership with printers' ink
will sooner or later find himself
divorced 'from the trading public.
The. Arioa Orchestra furnished
musio at the Hotel CorvaUis dur
ing the dinner vour Sunday evening,
and will probably continue to do eo
in the future.- The management of
Corvallir -popular hotel spare uo
eXpense in ' giving' their - patrons
only the best and by engaging the
orchestra during xhe bund ay even
ing dinner hour it will not only be
a source of pleasure to the guests
but also prove metropoliton.
in At , the meeting of the Board
of Regents on- Wednesday last,
the Y, AL: C; A. applied for heat
and water for their proposed new
building. ., This was referred to
I the -executive committee. ;
CorvaUis & Eastern .Railroad-
, , TIME CARD.
Noi 2 For Yaqufna: :- : . '
Leaves Albany.......... 12:45 p. m.
Leaves Corvallis 1:48 p. m.
Arrives Yaqnina 6 -20 p. m.
No. 1 Returning : . - .
lieaves Ya'quina. . . . . .-. . . . 6 :45 a. m.
. Leaves Corvallis..: 11:30a.m.
. Arrives Albany ...... 12 :15 p. m.
No..3 For Albany-Detroit: y-
Leaves Corvallis 6 :00 a. ru.
- Arrives at Albany...... v. 6:40 a. m,
Leaves Albany for Detroit 7 :30 a. m,
Arrives Detroit ... ,12:02 p. m,
No. 4 From Detroit: 1
, Jbeaves UJetroit........v.i:s5p. m
Arrives Albany...:.... . ... 6:15 p. m
iiv AiDany .lor oorvaliis. .7:15 p. m.
v Arrives uorvains. ....... .7 :6& p. m.
Train No. 1 arrives in Albany in.
time to connect with the 8. P. sosth
bound train, as well as giving two or
three hours in Albany before departure
01 b. jr. north Douna train. - .
Train No. 2 connects with the S. P.
trains at Corvallis and Albany: giving
direct service to Newport .and adjacent
Deacn.es. ; v t,;
Train 3 for Detroit via Albany leaves
OoryalHs at 6 a. m. and . connects with
the S. P. Albany-Portland local train
leaving Albany at 7 a. m. Train No. 3
leaves Albany for Detroit at 7 :30 a. m
.arriving there at noon, givipg ample
time to reach . the Breitenbush hot
an.mnB tt,A A.mA 'flow
ay 1 uid uj o mure u p ? . . j .
Traia No 4 connects at Albany - with
the Portland Albany local, which arrives
here at 7 aO. and runs to Corvallis leav
ing Albany at 7 :15 and arriving in Cor-
vallisat libit p. m.
For further information apply to
H.H. Ckonisb, Manager.
-Ageni, Corvallis. .
Thos. Cookbll-Agent Albanv.
When you pay out
good money for
printing, be sure
and get good print-,
ing forthe money!
Do not send out printed mat
ter to your customers that is
a disgrace to your business
a disgrace to your town-rand
a disgrace to the printer who
puts it out.
Good Work costs
you no more than
Good printing is correct in
spelling correct in gram
marcorrect in punctuation
on good stock printed
with good ink and some
thing that it is a pleasure to
look at. .
That is the kind
the Gazette turns
Fxices for good printing are
based on the cost of' good
material, and. the labor and
tasteemployed in doing the
work. To this every printer
adds a percentage for profit.
The cheap printer charges
the same profit as the good
printer the difference in
cost to you comes out of the
value of the material used
in fact you pay for all you
Skill, taste and ex
perience are ne
E xamine your work, and
don't pay for it until you
know it is all right. It is
your own fault if you pay
good money for rotten eggs.