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About Corvallis gazette. (Corvallis, Benton County, Or.) 1900-1909 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 17, 1905)
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WASTEDBOARD AKD LODGISVi
1 for gentleman, at pnvaie hoi ee lira
buehiesa Bei-.tion. Address, ABC.
iIwHKS'r OASH PRICE PAID FO!
nil -kinds o! Poultry alfo drepeed I'orV
mith A Boulden. Corvallis, Oregta,
iext to Wazktte office.
WAITED 5G0 SUBSCRIBERS TO THE
Gazette and Weekly Oregonian at
$2.50 per year. "
WANTED, SEVERAL CORDS O)
wood on subscription at the Ijazettb
THOROUGHBRED BARRED FLYM"
outh Rook Cockerels for sale Aheap at
2.00. J. r Taylor, at C-& E. cross
RBY CARRIAGE FOR SALE AL
most new combination carriaere and go
"art with silk parasol and rubber tires
for sale at a bargain. Enquire at thif
office. " .
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"'OFT-SHELLED ENGLISH WAL
nuts oiitvielrl all other varieties. If
von desire trepp write for prices and
particular!" to Bert Brooks, McMinn
ville, Or., RFD No 2.
"OR SALE ONE FULL-BLOOD J Sli
ppy bull, subject to register from first
class milk Btook. Address, M. S.
Woodcock, Corvallis, Or.
WO REGISTERED OXFORD DOWN
Rams and four half-breeds. Peter
W hi taker.
ENAMELED GOLD PIN, WITH Ini
tials "P. R C." Please leave at the
PIANO INSTRUCTION MVENIS
ny prade of- advancement. Also
tiianos tunvl and repaired in fust-class
Tianner. Ind. phone No. 405. F. A.
"ELL! WELL! HERE'S JOHN LEN
ger. Known him 22 years Still car
ries Uncle Sam and baggage. John is
an acom jnodating man ?nd always
can be found at his post Allen's Drug
Store, or phone 251. , '
P A KLINE. LIVE STOCK ATJCTION
eer, Corvallis, Or Office at Huston's
hardware store. P. O. address Box 11.
Pays highest prices for all kinds of
live stock. Twenty years' experience.
Satisfaction guaranteed. :" ' ' 1
PHILOMATH AND ALSEA STAGE
Stage leaves Alsea 6 :30 a. m. ; arrives
t Philemath at 12 m ; leaves Philo
math 1. p. m., arrives at Alsea 6:30
p. m. All persons wishing tovgo. or
return from Alsea and points west can
be accomodated at any time; Fare to
Alsea $1.0J Bound trip same day $2.00.
M. S. Eickabd.
AV. E. YATES, "'
v - THE LAWYER,
Both Phones. . COKVALLIS, OR.
. R. BRYSON ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office in Post Office Building, Corval
lis, Oregon. -
JOSEPH H. WILSON, ATTORNEY-at-Law.
Notary, .Titles, Conveyanc
ing. Practice in all State and Federal
Courts. Office in Burnett Building. '
E. H. TAYLOR, . . DENTIST. i PAIN
less extraction. In Zierolf bnilding
Opp. Post Office, Corvallis, Oregon.
B. A. OATHEY, M. D., PHYSICIAN
and surgeon. .Booms 14, 5anr iuua
ing. Office Honrs: 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to
' 1 p. m Residence : cor. 6th ana Ad
ams Sta. Telephone at office and res
idence. . Corvallis, Oregon.
C ffi- KEWTH, 'Mi UVPHYSICSIAN
and Surgeon, Office and Residence, on
- Main street, Philomath, Oregon. .
LIVE STOCK POINTERS.
Corn smut will not injure cattle un
less they eat too much of it. " .
Hogs will fatten on alfalfa, but
should be finished off with some grains
Horses are- Tery fond of artichokes
and do well on them as a partial food.
Infuse some new blood into the
swine herd and you will find that it
At night in hot weather animals
should be kept out of doors as much as
Is 'the animal panting and no Shade
or water to partially relieve the dis
tress? Bad, very bad.
Flies do not like kerosene oil, and
just touching the hair of the animal
with sponge .saturated with the oil
will help keep the flies off..
The country butcher is an advantage
to the farmer because he will buy-an
animal occasionally and furnish fresh,
meat for the farmer's table.
Oxen are not much used in the west,
t but you will sometimes see them in the
! far west. They are not profitable for
team service, but the bull could be
i worked with profit..
j An alarming report from swine
, breeders is that there is not much buy
ing of pure bred swine. This is a detri
ment to the farm breeders, we fear.
Keep the standard high, and that can
! only be done by an occasional intro
j duction of new blood. Western Plow-
Exercise for Brood Mares.
Mares with suckling foals should be
exercised plentifully with slow and
: light work. After the foal is a month
! old it may be left in a box stall or feed
lot out of sight "and hearing of its dam
from morning till naon, when it should
be allowed to suckle. If the mare's
udder is very full of milk it should be
partly emptied when the animal comes
home at night and before the colt is
allowed to get its evening drink.
Farmers' Review. .
PREVENTION OF ROUP.
Germs of the Disease Do Not Develop
-' Without Assistance oJ Filth
Roup Is a disease that is not feared D j
those that have never had it in their
nocks. Ar person will sometimes rais :
poultry for many years and never haw.
a case. It is our belief that it is possible
to keep the disease cut of the flock alto
gether by using due precautions. ., BaJ
weather conditiocs seem frequently tj
be the cause of the disease, but it is cer
tainly due to a germ, and however bad
the weather the disease cculd not come
without the germs being present. But
even if the germs are present they may
not find a chance to cevelep without the
assistance of filth,1 dampness and crafty
roosting- places. The way to keep roup
out of a flock is to keep the Henhouse
clean, supply it with an abundance of
light, have it so tight that the fowls will
be exposed to no drafts, and then be
careful about introducing new birds.
New fowls must be purchased now and
then, but such ones should be kept by
themselves and away from the rest of
the flock for a month after purchase to
make sure that they are healthy. When
the disease is once introduced it is like
ly :: to prove a very stubborn visitor to
eject Prevention is far easier than
Roup is frequently very destructive,
but at other times the disease seems to
be mild in form, carrying oft no birds at
afll. This has led to the suspicion that
there are several diseases that we ig
norantly named roup. Y"o ars certain
, that there are at least' two, one being
common in winter and the other most
fatal in summer. The bacteriologists
are working on the diseases at the pres
ent time and may ultimately bring light
out of the darkness. But with our pres
ent knowledge we must treat all of these
diseases as one and call them simply
roup. This word is an old one and nia.E3
"to cry out" It was probably given to
this flisease because birds affected with
it cry out. A synonym is the "pip." -
When this disease gets into a flock the
losses from dead birds may be great;
but the incapacitation of the live birds
may be even greater. One man, claimed
to us that he had a recipe that had cured
hie,- flock of roup. It was quite an ex
tensive combination of drugs that were
made up into pellets. Each bird had to
be caught in turn and have the pellets
crammed down the throat. It took sev
eral months in the "winter to cure the
flock, and this work had to be done just
atthe time when the fowls should have
been laying eggs. - "But," said the man,
"I cured them any way, and without los
ing a single fowl, but . I didn't get any
eggs till the middle of the next sum
mer." It may well be doubted if the
cure was worth the- trouble. Doubtless
it. would have paid ; better to have
chopped off the heads of the well- fowls
as soon as It was apparent that the dis
ease was likely to take them.'
' - Roup is indicated by the birds having
swelled heads, , watery eyes, . nostrils
clogged with matter, by diarrhea, and
by a high fever. Sometimes all symp
toms except fever and ' diarrhea are
wanting,- - It is better to kill cheap birds
that are sick than to doctor them. But
if if is , desired to doctor them, , their
heads and throats should be washed in
antiseptics and the well and sick birds
should be separated. Farmers' Review.
...i.i.a-p.-: ...-.j in ...u-.u 'u i jit , 1 -I'L.-j'a'rf.atfC
Hla Oum Aot of Wlattom.
"That young Jolrikings seems to be
about the biggest fool I ever maw. ' All
lie does is go gallivanting , around,
spending mopey like water nd letting
the girls who want to have a good time
making; a. monkey af,hiob- iWJiatgooji
'does such1 a felibW-dotneWor'ld? .
. "You've got me guessing there.- And
yet, in spite of hie general foolishness,
. he .did none thing' .once that was much
wisen-than anything you,cr I ever did."
What was ttre'U' ; m r .
t'JPieked ota millionaire i.ta jH ti
lth,"--ChicagxiRecbrd-lHeraid, v ..'
. Stock and p-.ultry have few
troubles which are not bowel and
liver irregularities. Black
Draught Stock and Poultry Medi
cine is a bowel and liver remedy
for stock. It puts the organs of
digestion in a perfect condition.
Prominent American breeders and
farmers keep their herds and flocks
healthy by giving them an occa
sional doBe of Black-Draught Stock
and Poultry Medicine m their
food. Any stock raiser may buy a
25-cent half-pound air-tight- can
of this medicine from his dealer
and keep- his stock in vigorous
health for weeks. Dealers gener
ally keep Black-Draueht.Stock and
Poultry Medicine, it yours does
not. send 2o cents tor a
can to the manufacturers,
Chattanoosa Medicine Co., Chat- I
RoOHKLiiB, Ga., Jan. 80, 1903.
B lack-1 .-aught Stock and Poultry
Medicine is the best I ever tried. Oar
stock was looking bad when yon sent
me the medicine and now they are
getting so fine. They are looking 20
per cent, better.
- . S.P.BBOOKINGTON.
Reduction in Fare.
Commencing 'Nov. 7, rates between
Corvallis and Portland, via C. & E ,
Albany, and S P. will be reduced to
$2 60, ame as West Side rate. " Tickets
on sale by C & E. aent atul all offices
Anyone sending a sketch and description ma?
- quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
invention Is probably patentable. Communica
tions strictly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patents
sent free. Oldest agency for securing patents.
Patents taken through Munn & Co. receive
tpectaLnotice, without charge, in the
A handsomely illustrated weekly.
culation of any scientific journal. Terms, $3 a -
1V1UNN & C0.361Broadwa,,fjeW YOfll
xour monina, duiu. ojaxi uewuuea.it! re.
jsroncn umce. ts e bu. wasnuiKton. it. u.
All persons knowing themselves in
debted to me are. requested to call and
settle their arcounts at once. " Accounts
may be seen at my old stand, now Wine-
gar's harness shop. j. M. Cambkon.
' ; Pneumonia follows La Grippe
. but never fpllowa the use of
ULC I; Q and Tar
'It stops the Cohgh and heals the lnngf.
Prevents Pneumonia and Consumption.
Ma. Q. Vaohto, of 157 Osgood St., Chicago,
write.: "Mj wife had la grippe and It left hei
with a very bad eongh on Jhar Inim whioh
Four's Homer asi Txb oorad completely."
A twice-a-week newspaper
.containing 72 columns each
week of the current news of
Benton County. . '
'All 'the local neve all of the
time, withi large amount of
An interesting serial story
running every week jn the
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Second Wet k of "Short Course.
Fo lowing are tlie ' subjects of
the Farmers' Short Course, which
will be studied '"during this werk:
Tuesday Rose CuitUTe, Prof.
; Coote; Shtep on thtr Farm, 'Dr.
.With)Combe; SomePiune Pests,
j Prof Cord ey; Bacterial Diseases
of Pouitty,' Prof. Pernct; The
'i Fight Against Weeis. Prof. L,ake,
Commercial Ftrtiliztis, Prof.
'Knisely, , - : ''
;. " Wednesday Small Fruits, by
I Prof. Coote; Hr;gs for Profit, Dr.
iWithvcombe; San Jose Scale,
nor. voraity, rreserving lrui'.s
and Vegetables, Prof. Permit;
Piaut Economics, Prof. Lake;
S jil Problems, Prof. Knisely.
Thursday Pruning, by , Piof.
Coote ; . The Dairy Cow, " by Dr.
With combe; Some Inset ts of
the Garden,' Prof. Cordley; P.e
f.erving Fruits and Vegetables,
Prof. . Pcrnot; Plant ' Breeding,
Prui. Lke; Leguminous Crops;
Prof. Knisely. ; ; ;"' ""
Friday Vegetable Gardening,
Prof. Coote; The Farm Home,
Dr. Withycombe; Instcts in Re
lation to; Public Health, Prof.
Cordley; Vinegar Making, Prof.
Pernot; Setds and Seedage, Prof.
Lake; Composition of Foods,
Choral Union to Open Fair.
The Willamette Valley Choral
union which conducts a large
mtssicsl festival eveiy Vear in
May ;u one of the valley towns,
will meet -in fortlaud this year,
and unusually elaborate-prepara
tions are beiii? made tor it tn ac;
eount Of the Fair. The reprt
sen fa live chorouses from tach
I city" will probably be much larger
man heretoiore. -
it is hoped to have each town
included .in the union, send about
75 "or .100 local singers.. Mr.
Otto F. L. Htrpe, leader of the
Corvallis local' union, s'-iys he
thinks this city will easily furnish
her quota, t hough at this date no
definite arrangement has bten
Ii- is intended to have about
i,i oo voices to assist in the open
'U5z certnun it-s of 'he Fir, be
sides several days' work, presen
i"g"souie of the.'grekto-t oratorios.
Conductor Cressey Killed.
While attempting to board a
moving- train at Monmou'h Sat
urday afternoon, Warren Cressey,
a conductor on the motor line
between ..Monmouth and Inde
pendence, fell beneath the cars
and received fatal injuries. ' He
died" wliile being taken to Port
land; that night for surgical treat
ment. ' "' ' 7 j
"'Mr. Crrssey was for a number
of vears conductor on the C & E
and also on the Si P. He was
about 70 years old, and had bun
railroading for 50 vears, but was
on the retired list. At the time
of the accident he was only tak
ing the regular conductor's place
The Good Work Started.
Friday evening a banquet was
given by the Y. M. C. A. in the
College Armory. A number of
prominent speakers were present,
and at this time $3,200 was sub
scribed toward the erection of the
Y: M.- C. A. student building.
Ralph Shepard, secretary of
the local association started the
ball going: by subscribing $150
He has a scholarship at Harvard,
but has postponed taking his
course there for a' year in order to
assist in getting the proposed hall
started. - - . ;'.'. rvv f.'. .'';
' The "speakers of 'the' evening
'wete'''LWithycbrJlbe,' Lake and
Shepard, of OAC, and II. O.'
Hill, ol Chicago; Leslie McLain,
ot New York: H. T." McCoy. - bf
San Francispo; ;'W.: Stonef of
Portland, was toast master.
' ' Ail "of the "imbney; ' was sub
scribed by college students . ... The
money is ,, to be. payable in four
installments, covering' about four
years; - ' "
Four Hundred Babies.
St. Vincent's Infant Asylum, Chicago,
shelters homeless -waife ' awaiting adop
tion, and there are nearly , 400 babies
Sthere.1 Sister Julia writis: "I cannot
eay-too much in praise of Foley'-Honey
and Tar for coughs, colds, croup and
whooping cough." Contains no opiates
and is safe and. sure. Asa. forFoley'e
Honey and Tar - and insist npon having
itj as it is a safevremedy and certain In
results. Refuse substitutes. Go to Grei
ham A Wortham's drug store to get it. 5.
Agefesb!e Freparaltoii&r As-j
ting the Sloinachs artdBoweis ef
ness and Kest.contains neither
Aperfecl Remedy forConstipa
Worms .Convulsions .Feverish
ness and Loss of Sleep.
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a diy powdt-r, like shiii1. T: row a Kmall
handfnl on a'Sre, and il puts it out in
It is the cheapest thing in ihe way of
Fire Insurance evt r inverited. Call and
see one at the Co rvallis Oazktte cflir.e.
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Wouldn't you be glad if you could gfefc
a responsible Fire Insurance Company
to insure your buildings for $3.00 per
year? That is just what you do when
you buy one of tliose handy fire fighters,
, adopted by the U. S. Government and
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Leading hotel in Corvallis. Newl-I
'furnished with modern conveni
ences. Rates $1 $1.25. $2 ner
Ii yon are locking for some real good'
Bargains In Stock, Grain, Fruit and
Poultry Ranches, write for our ipeclal
fist, or cmie and see us; We wiH take
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